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LATEST UPDATE: Effective June 1, 2022, CSUN has modified campus COVID-19 protocols in order to more closely align with the current Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH) requirements. Masking is now strongly recommended but not required indoors or outdoors, except in classrooms, laboratories and the University Library. More information can be found at Matadors Forward.

VITA tax preparer with client. Wells Fargo Grants Support Small Business, Tax Preparation Programs

The Wells Fargo Foundation has awarded California State University, Northridge two grants totaling $250,000 to support the university’s free tax-preparation program for low-income individuals and families, and a program supporting small business consulting in the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics. Continue reading about how Wells Fargo Grants Support programs.

Keith Weaver, Lauren Ridloff, Fred Nigro. From CSUN to Hollywood: Distinguished Alumni Awards Return

CSUN’s Distinguished Alumni Awards returned in person on Saturday, June 4, celebrating three special graduates Matadors who have built successful careers in Hollywood: actor Lauren Ridloff ’01 (English – Writing), Sony Pictures Entertainment executive and entrepreneur Keith Weaver ’96 (Journalism), M.P.A. ’07, and business manager Fred Nigro ’74 (Accounting). Continue reading about the Distinguished Alumni Awards Return.

Father with child. Every Day is Father’s Day (or Mother’s Day) — Student-Parent Guide to Campus Resources

Being a university student is challenging, even in the best of times. Juggling classes, studying and projects with a full- or part-time job is even tougher. Some students also have parenting duties in that mix. To them, every day may feel like Father’s Day, or Mother’s Day. It’s these kinds of balancing acts that put student-parents in a unique position — and make campus resources like Parent Scholars United so crucial. Continue reading about the Student-Parent Guide to Campus Resources.

Elayna Bisby and Art Garcia. CSUN Awards Scholarships to Outstanding Graduating Vets

Two United States military veterans and brand-new CSUN graduates were honored during the university’s Veterans Resource Center Graduation Celebration on May 19. Elayna Bisby and Art Garcia each were awarded $1,000 scholarships, as part of the center’s Outstanding Graduating Veteran Awards. Continue reading about the Outstanding Graduating Vets.

CSUN graduates from the past two years celebrate. Graduates From Past Two Years Walk the Stage — At Last

“Graduates, welcome home!” William Watkins, CSUN’s vice president for student affairs and dean of students, greeted thousands of Matadors with this warm welcome in front of the University Library on Friday, May 20. The university’s first two Commencement ceremonies of the spring were reserved for students who graduated in fall 2019, spring 2020, summer 2020, fall 2020, spring 2021 and summer 2021. Continue reading about how Graduates From Past Two Years Walk the Stage.

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