Welcome to the home page for California State University, Northridge’s chief executive, President Dianne F. Harrison. The President’s Office website provides access to President Harrison's biography, speeches, messages to the campus community, and other communications; university planning goals and initiatives; and the major organizational areas of the university, including its divisions and colleges. Announcements, news and other items of interest related to the President are listed below. For the latest in other university-wide news and achievements, visit CSUN Today.
President's Welcome Address Set for August 25
CSUN Baseball Receives $1.5 Million Lead Gift
11,000 Invited to Walk at Commencement
Honorary Doctorates to be Conferred
Topic 7 Results: Dining Experience
The results to Topic 7 of Help Make CSUN Shine Bright is now available here. The report summarizes the feedback received, as well as actions already underway to address some of the comments submitted.
We are grateful that so many in the CSUN community continue to take the time to share insights and suggestions.
2016 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients Honored
The three recipients of California State University, Northridge's Distinguished Alumni Awards—opera singer and educator Shigemi Matsumoto, urban developer and philanthropist James Ring, and financial industry leader and social justice advocate Robert D. Taylor—were honored on April 16 at the Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village. Click here to read the full story.
Chief Diversity Officer Appointment
Help Make CSUN Shine Bright Topic 7: Dining Experience
CSUN Receives Eddy Award
On November 12, 2015, the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC) presented California State University, Northridge with a 2015 Eddy Award for Educational Leadership during a gala celebration at the Beverly Hilton.
CSUN Joins Initiative for Sustainability
On Oct. 5, California State University, Northridge President Dianne F. Harrison joined a group of 10 university presidents in signing a pact as part of the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC), working in conjunction with the nonprofit organization Second Nature.