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LATEST UPDATE: While Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has relaxed its indoor mask requirement, at this time, CSUN plans to maintain indoor mask requirements for all students, faculty and staff, regardless of vaccination status, throughout the spring semester. For Commencement-related COVID-19 guidelines, please visit the Commencement Handbook, Security & Safety Measures.
Every year, thousands of students at California community colleges prepare to transfer to CSUN in the fall — and now are able to do so in the spring semester as well. As a group, transfer students make up more than half of incoming new students each academic year, at 56%. Continue reading about how CSUN and Peers Resources is to Ease Transfer Students’ Experience.
A team of assessors from the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) will visit California State University, Northridge next week to examine all aspects of CSUN Department of Police Services’ policies, procedures, management, operations and support services. Continue reading about the Accreditation Assessment Team.
CSUN is taking a big step forward in sustainability this spring as the campus expands its network of electric vehicle (EV) chargers from 29 to 88 stations. By April 1, the beginning of Earth Month, 56 charging stations had been installed and activated at the B2, B6, G3, G6 and G9 parking lots. The remaining 32 chargers will be installed in lots B5, F2, B4, F5 and E6 by mid-April. Continue reading about the new Electric Vehicle Charging Stations.
Matadors interested in ditching frequent visits to the gas pump and switching to electric had a chance to take some test drives on campus this month. Porsche models and three-wheeled ElectraMeccanica vehicles were available for a spin on campus at the Institute for Sustainability’s Campus EV Car Show on April 7. Continue reading about the Electric Vehicle Show.
Former CSUN President Jolene Koester has been appointed by the California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees to serve as the system’s interim chancellor. The board chose Koester to succeed Joseph I. Castro, who resigned as chancellor in February. Koester will assume the interim post on May 1 and serve for 12 months, while the board searches for a permanent chancellor. Continue reading about how Koester is to Serve as Interim CSU Chancellor.