Six years after California State University, Northridge and Southwestern Law School teamed up to establish 3+3 B.A./J.D. Success in Six — a joint, accelerated multiple-degree program, through which students can earn a bachelor’s and law degree in six years, rather than the usual seven — the program is showing signs of success with their first cohort. Continue reading about how CSUN 3+3 Law School Program Proves to be a Success.
A recent ranking by BestValueSchools.org hailed CSUN’s music therapy program as the No. 2 Most Affordable Music Therapy Degree nationwide. In compiling its top 20 list, BestValueSchools.org used data from the National Center for Education Statistics website to determine the rankings, focusing on four main criteria — tuition value, total enrollment, admission rate and graduation rate — with tuition being the most significant category. Continue reading about how Music Therapy Program is Ranked No. 2.
CSUN President Erika D. Beck discussed CSUN’s efforts to boost the success of Latinx/a/o students, on a panel of higher-education leaders examining the national impact of Hispanic-Serving Institutions. Featuring national higher education leaders including new U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, the April 21 event, “National Briefing on 25 Years of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) Accelerating Latino Student Success Confirmation.” Continue reading about how CSUN President Erika D. Beck Discusses Equity.
Nearly 60 years ago, two brothers converted the outbuildings on their Welsh farm into one of Europe’s best-equipped recording studios, and rock ‘n roll history was made. Rockfield Farm became one of Great Britain’s most famous and organic recording studios, serving as a production house for such music legends as Queen, Oasis, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant, Coldplay, The Stone Roses and David Bowie. Continue reading about how 88.5 FM is to Premiere the Rock n’ Roll Film.
The CSUN Model United Nations team once again has been recognized for its superb work at a national conference. At the National Model United Nations (NMUN) New York Conference, which took place virtually April 5-8, the CSUN team was awarded Outstanding Delegation — the conference’s top prize. The team, which represented the countries of Niger, Guinea Bissau and the United States across 14 committees, also took home individual first-place awards in five committees. Continue reading about how CSUN Model UN Wins Outstanding Delegation.