• President Harrison congratulates a graduate on stage.

    Celebrating the Class of 2019

  • Various CSUN Graduates looking in to camera.

    Students Take Different Paths to Graduation

  • The six recipients to be honored as outstanding graduating students.

    Students Recognized at Honors Convocation

  • Susan Burton

    Advocate for Women to Receive Honorary Doctorate

  • Paul Pringle, an investigative journalist at the Los Angeles Times.

    Alum Wins Pulitzer for Investigative Journalism

  • Graduate on time with summer.

    Summer classes available online or on campus

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Memorial Day Observance

University offices will be closed in observance of the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May 27. The Department of Police Services will be staffed during the closure and can be reached at (818) 677-2111. In observance of the holiday, the U.S. flag at the Oviatt Library will be flown at half-staff from sunrise to noon, in accordance with the flag code for the holiday.

Ed Asner, son Matt Asner and daughter in-law Navah Paskowitz-AsnerCSUN Teams with The Ed Asner Family Center to Train Therapists to Work with Individuals with Autism

Officials with CSUN’s Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic and Family Focus Resource Center will be working closely with the staff at The Ed Asner Family Center to train therapists who have the skills to work with individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. Continue reading about the Ed Asner Family Center.

Ben Butler, of Amazon speaks at the tech fair.CSUN Technology Fair Showcases Innovation — From Flying Cars to Artificial Intelligence

In the hub of creativity and innovation that is Los Angeles, tech is life. That reality is ever-present on college campuses, and CSUN is one of the best at harnessing and sharing the latest and greatest in technology to foster student and faculty success. Continue reading about the CSUN Technology Fair.

CSUN professor Dave Moon works with students on a project in the VISCOM officeProfessor Dave Moon’s ARTpreneur Scholarship Blends Art and Business

Dave Moon ’89 (Graphic Design), a CSUN alumnus and professor of Design Strategy For Effective Branding in CSUN’s Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication, has made a career in art through business. He wants to encourage CSUN art students to see that talents in painting, sculpting, designing graphics, writing or creating music have entrepreneurial value. Continue reading about the ARTpreneur Scholarship.

Far Away Brothers Book CoverCSUN Continues to Engage Campus Community with its 11th Annual Freshman Common Read

Every year, California State University, Northridge staff and faculty choose a Freshman Common Read that encapsulates the current cultural climate, to inspire and encourage students to engage in meaningful and moving conversations. For the 2019-20 academic year, CSUN officials are inviting members of the campus community to discuss “The Far Away Brothers,” a book that explores two brothers’ tumultuous journey to America from El Salvador. Continue reading about the 11th Annual Freshman Common Read.

Volunteers at CSUN Orange GroveThe Giving Trees: Volunteers Harvest Fruit from CSUN Orange Grove

In what’s billed as the “biggest orange harvest in Los Angeles,” volunteers this past weekend harvested oranges from California State University, Northridge’s Orange Grove to help fight hunger in the community. CSUN Institute for Sustainability and Food Forward collected dozens of boxes of oranges to donate to local hunger relief organizations, including CSUN’s own Food Pantry. Continue reading about The Giving Trees.

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