The campus celebrates Dia de los Muertos with two days of dance performances, face painting and altars beginning today and continuing Tuesday, Nov. 4. Both days' events are free and open to the public.
More than 300 students, faculty and staff members gathered Monday, Oct. 27, to review initial efforts to execute the University's Strategic Plan and explore next steps during the inaugural Titans Reach Higher Town Hall.
CSUF economists Anil Puri, center, and Mira Farka expressed optimism — at least in the short term — during last week's Economic Forecast Conference. Joining them was Emile Haddad, president and CEO of FivePoint Communities.
The College of Education is starting a pilot program to advance science and math instructional knowledge and skills of credentialed teachers supported by a $1 million Chevron grant.
Graduate student Peter Kloess research is among that currently featured in the Cooper Center exhibit at the Pollak Library. Photo courtesy of Gabriel-Philip Santos.
Titans Reach HigherCSUF powers our local economy and provides students access to a world-class education.
Campus Climate SurveyResults from the recent survey are now available, and next steps have been identified.
Strategic PlanCSUF seeks to become a national model public comprehensive university.