Dec. 15, 2020
Volume 6, Edition 12
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Alumna, Actor Lauren Ridloff Honored at 2020 Media
Access Awards

Rising stage and screen star Lauren Ridloff ’01 (English – Creative Writing) was honored at the 2020 Media Access Awards, which recognize depictions of disability that are accurate, inclusive and multifaceted. Ridloff, who is Deaf, is a Tony Award-nominated actor who stars on the hit show “The Walking Dead” and will soon appear in Marvel’s “Eternals.”


CSUN No. 4 in Nation for Improving Social Mobility, According to CollegeNET

CSUN is now the nation’s fourth-ranked school on CollegeNET’s 2020 Social Mobility Index, which analyzes and ranks which U.S. colleges and universities most effectively enroll students from low-income backgrounds and graduate them into good-paying jobs. This is CSUN’s highest rank ever on the index.

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A CSUN VITA volunteer works with two people during tax season.

CSUN Nazarian College VITA Tax Program Celebrates 50 Years

During the 2021 tax season, the CSUN VITA Clinic, housed in the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics, will celebrate 50 years of providing cost-free tax services for low-income individuals in the community. In 1971, CSUN became the first academic institution nationwide to offer free tax preparation services.

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Focus on Students


Register for Winter Term

Winter Term will be offered fully online. You can take a winter class, as long as space is available and you meet course prerequisites. Winter Term classes start Dec. 21.

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Fall 2020 Grades

See most or all of your fall grades in myNorthridge Portal on the “Academics” tab. You can view an unofficial transcript or order an official transcript after end-of-term processing.

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Spring 2021 Registration

Nonrestrictive (open) registration continues through Jan. 24, 2021. No appointment is required. View the full Registration Calendar for more important dates.

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CSUN Dance Films Capture the Emotions of a Challenging Year

CSUN participated in a series of virtual concerts by multiple California State University dance programs. CSUN has recorded two dance films, “Lux Aeterna” and “Missing,” which are available to stream on YouTube.

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