Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa
|Liceo Rosales (Rosales Lyceum, 1873); Colegio Rosales (Rosales College); Universidad de Occidente (Western University, 1918); Colegio Civil Rosales (Rosales Civil College, 1922); Universidad Socialista del Noroeste (Socialist University of the Northwest, 1937) and Universidad de Sinaloa (University of Sinaloa, 1941)|
|Motto||Latin: Sursum versus|
|Established||5 May 1873|
|Rector||Juan Eulogio Guerra Liera|
|Campus||Several across the state; mostly urban.|
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