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Statement from William Watkins, Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students at California State University, Northridge (CSUN), Regarding Termination of All New Member Pledge Activity

I am dismayed to report that CSUN has learned of a new instance of possible hazing in connection with new member pledge activities at a university fraternity. As a result, effective immediately, all fraternities and sororities must terminate all pledging activities. Chapters that continue pledge activities will be immediately suspended and subject to proceedings for removal of university recognition.

The fraternity involved in the alleged hazing incident, Pi Kappa Alpha, has been placed on interim suspension by the university. Its members will not be permitted to engage in any chapter activities pending the outcome of the university’s criminal and administrative investigations, which are yet to be completed. Pi Kappa Alpha also has been placed on administrative suspension by its national headquarters.

CSUN takes hazing allegations extremely seriously, and we are deeply committed to protecting the health and safety of all students.

Read the complete statement here.

Two smiling femaile students at a desk.CSUN Receives $2 Million to Increase Diversity in Health Care Careers

California State University, Northridge has been awarded a five-year, $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to address the educational gap of Hispanics and other underrepresented groups in health care-related graduate programs. Continue reading about the DOE grant.

Event Poster: Lit Crawl L.A.:NoHo.CSUN Voices to Be Heard at Lit Crawl L.A.:NoHo

The distinct and diverse voices of the San Fernando Valley, in particular California State University, Northridge, will be heard next week as part of Los Angeles’ celebration of the written word, Lit Crawl L.A.  Continue reading about Lit Crawl L.A.:NoHo.

Photo of Sarah McLachlan.KCSN’s Fall Benefit Concerts to Feature Sarah McLachlan, Ryan Adams and More

Sarah McLachlan, Ryan Adams, Conor Oberst, David Gray and Laura Marling will take the stage over the course of two nights in December for public radio station KCSN 88.5-FM/Los Angeles’ 2014 Benefit Concerts at the Valley Performing Arts Center at California State University, Northridge.  Continue reading about the KCSN Fall Benefit Concert.

Lili Vidal and Demonte "Tray" Thompson smiling at the camera.Meeting the Need

When Demonte “Tray” Thompson was approaching high school graduation in 2010, he already had started learning lessons about the importance of making sound economic decisions.  Continue reading about CSUN’s Financial Aid office.


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