Campus Update for Legislative Aides

Northridge Magazine Now Online

A fitting theme of “sustainability” kicked off the inaugural online issue of Northridge—Cal State Northridge’s magazine for alumni, friends and the community.  Read about all the ways sustainability is integrated into academic and research activities, as well as campus operations. These sustainability efforts not only help students learn and contribute to campus sustainability, but also ensure Cal State Northridge leads by example through efforts to decrease our carbon footprint left by campus operations.  


New Website and New Online Calendar

You may have noticed that the Cal State Northridge website has a new look.  The new website also has a new University Events Calendar, which lists all campus events open to the public. Please feel free to distribute and use in your own newsletters. The Cal State Northridge campus is busy each day with various events open to the public—athletic events, films, lectures, and the performing arts, and the public is encouraged to check out all of the exciting activities happening.


Bookmark the Cal State Northridge Newsroom

When you need the latest news about Cal State Northridge- visit our virtual newsroom. Consider adding this page to your bookmarks folder so you always have access to the latest news about projects, activities, and events happening at Cal State Northridge.


Admissions Reminder

The fall application window for first-time freshmen will be shorter than in previous years.  Admissions for Fall 2010 opened October 1, 2009 and will close November 30, 2009.  Spring 2010 enrollments were closed last July. Please consider including this information in e-newsletters and other communication with constituents. For more information see  the prospective student web pages on the Cal State Northridge website:


Cal State Northridge Campus Tours

Has it been awhile since your boss, you, or one of your colleagues have visited Cal State Northridge? Have you had a chance to take a hard hat tour of the under-construction Valley Performing Arts Center? Do you know of a community organization or business that may be interested in Cal State Northridge's sustainability initiatives or other projects? Contact the Office of Government and Community Relations and we'll be happy to set up a personalized campus tour.

As always please let me know if our office can be of assistance to you.

Brittny McCarthy
Director of Government and Community Relations
California State University, Northridge
(818) 677-2123