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California State University Will Not Increase Tuition in 2018

To the Campus Community,

If you have not already seen it, I want to share news from California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White that the CSU will not increase tuition in the coming academic year and the vital importance of California lawmakers understanding and supporting the impact of high-quality public higher education in our state.

With nearly 40,000 students and 350,000 alumni, CSUN will play an indispensable role in this advocacy. We cannot allow the gains made in recent years supporting student success to disappear. It is not hyperbole to say that the future of California is at stake.

I believe in the power of our students, our faculty and our staff to have a positive impact. I ask you to share your stories of the life-changing experiences that happen at CSUN every day. Together, our voices can make a difference not just for CSUN and the CSU, but for future generations of Californians.

Thank you for all you do for CSUN.

Dianne F. Harrison, Ph.D.

a woman kneels down as she holds a childs hand CSUN Showcase to Throw Spotlight on Hollywood’s Future Filmmakers

The five filmmakers selected for California State University, Northridge’s 28th annual Senior Film Showcase are women, and their stories reflect the rich diversity of perspectives that make up America.The public is invited to explore these cinematic tales and preview the talents of the next generation of filmmakers on Wednesday, May 2, at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Continue reading about CSUN future filmmakers showcase.

the city attorney stand for a photo with CSUN'S criminal justice departmentLA City Attorney’s Office Taps CSUN’s Criminology & Justice Studies Dept. to Help Assess its Community Justice Programs

California State University, Northridge’s Department of Criminology and Justice Studies is less than a year old, but its students are already working closely with the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office to help officials there evaluate the effectiveness of some of its programs. Continue reading about CSUN’s Criminology & Justice Studies Dept.

CSUN assistant professor Kerry Nickols stands and smiles for a photoCSUN Professor Helps Efforts to Study Ocean Acidification in California

For Kerry Nickols, assistant professor in the Department of Biology at California State University, Northridge, it is important to conduct research that can have an impact on policy. With that goal in mind, Nickols is participating in a working group of 10 researchers convened by the California Ocean Protection Council and the California Ocean Science Trust, to evaluate strategies to tackle ocean acidification, a serious threat to California waters. Continue reading about CSUN assistant Professor Kerry Nickols study efforts of the ocean.

Wells Fargo representatives help with VITA Clinic tax preparationsWells Fargo Bank Gives CSUN $50,000 to Support Its Tax Preparation Program for Low-Income Families

Wells Fargo (WSF) has given California State University, Northridge a $50,000 to help expand the university’s income tax preparation assistance program for low-income families and individuals. The money will support the operations of CSUN’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Clinic. This will be the banks second year supporting the CSUN VITA program. Continue reading about Wells Fargo's support for the CSUN VITA program.

CSUN professor Sembiam Rengarajan smiles for a photoCSUN Professor Named Chair of U.S. National Committee for the International Union of Radio Science

California State University, Northridge electrical and computer engineering professor Sembiam R. Rengarajan has been named chair of the U.S. National Committee for the International Union of Radio Science (USNC-URSI) for the triennium 2018-20. Continue reading about CSUN professor Sembiam R. Rengarajan.

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