Campus and community members dined, danced and thrilled to "All That Jazz" and fireworks Saturday night.
Cal State Fullerton is again ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the nation's "Top Public Regional Universities (West)" and No. 1 in the West for students who graduate with the least debt.
"Seeing the Invisible: Life on the Street," showcasing 22 artists' work that brings awareness to the issue of homelessness, runs through Oct. 11 in the Begovich Gallery.
The School of Nursing received a $36,466 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Health Resources and Services Administration grant to help pay for books and fees for students enrolled in the master of science in nursing.
Jane V. Hall, emeritus professor of economics and a nationally recognized expert in environmental economics, is focusing her attention these days on global economics, particularly in the Middle East.
Concert Under the StarsSaturday, September 13, 2014
"All That Jazz" featuring Grammy Award-winning jazz pianist, composer, arranger Bill Cunliffe.
Strategic PlanCSUF seeks to become a national model public comprehensive university.
Contributions to the Public GoodCSUF is a national leader when it comes to low cost, low student indebtedness, diversity, and educational impact.