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    CSUN Spirit Flag

  • 60th Reunion

    Celebrating 60 Years at Grand Reunion

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    Connecting alumni to each other and to current students

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    Building Matador pride and spirit

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    Honoring and showcasing alumni of distinction

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    Helping alumni achieve personal and professional success

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    Engaging volunteers, leaders and advocates

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    Strengthening resources and philanthropic support


The strength of the Alumni Association is fueled by volunteers who remain connected to the university by sharing their time and talents. CSUN counts on volunteers for everything from mentoring students to running our chapter advisory boards to hiring CSUN grads for internships and permanent employment. Your knowledge and experience is invaluable to us. If you have some time and would like to help, raise your hand and reach out. Explore these quick and easy ways to get involved and fill out this form to start volunteering:

Chapters and Clubs

Special interest alumni chapters and clubs provide Matadors with a chance to broaden their career networks, build lifelong friendships, and give back to their alma mater through service and support.  All of our alumni chapters continually search for volunteers to fill leadership roles and committee positions. Volunteer time commitments range from a few hours making phone calls to a year-long commitment as an executive officer.  Please view our Chapter Volunteer Expectations page for more detailed information. Fill out our volunteer form to get started.

Host a Dinner with Matadors

The Dinner with Matadors program brings together CSUN alumni with current CSUN students in a relaxed setting outside of campus while sharing a meal. Dinner with Matadors is an opportunity for students to share their experiences at CSUN and learn more about their host’s journey as an alumnus and what happens after graduation. It also gives everyone a chance to expand their social circle by meeting new people. 

Spring 2019 dinners will be held on April 5-7. 

Find out more here.

Host a Corporate Connect Event

Corporate Job Shadow is one of CSUN Alumni Association's unique programs that serves as a catalyst for students to explore new and different places to work. This program opens up a range of possibilities allowing students to work closely with potential employers, consider different industries, hear alumni career stories and observe real-world corporate developments.

During a corporate job shadow, a small group of up to 20 students will spend approximately two hours at a company/industry of choice. The visit will usually include a site tour (or walk-through), an overview of the organization/industry, an alumni career story and a sponsored Q&A lunch.

Spring 2019 Corporate Connect visits will take place on February 27 and March 7.

Learn more about hosting here.

Hire A Matador

Discover how you can connect with CSUN talent and hire a Matador. Post jobs and internships, recruit on-campus or review student and alumni resumes online.  Visit the CSUN Career Center for more information on how to participate.

Be a Guest Speaker

Share your professional expertise and experience with CSUN alumni and students in a seminar or workshop or webinar. Fill out our volunteer form to get started.

Planning Committees and Advisory Boards

As a CSUN alum you can share your input and expertise to benefit future Matadors on a campus advisory board in your academic college, Intercollegiate Athletics, and other campus committees. Many leadership opportunities are filled by recommendation or invitation only. While each has a unique set of criteria, these leadership roles require only an interest in service and commitment to CSUN. Fill out our volunteer form to get started.

Mentor a Matador Online

The Matador Network is an online mentoring program that connects CSUN students and recent graduates with seasoned CSUN alumni and industry professionals. Whether you live near or far, this is a great way to stay connected to your alma mater. The Matador Network allows participants to mentor at their own schedules and convenience. Mentors are asked to respond to mentee questions at their preference via email, phone or Skype.

Scholarship Selection

The Alumni Association provides many different scholarships to talented CSUN students who apply on an annual basis. Help the Alumni Association Scholarship Committee read, evaluate and score scholarship applications according to the criteria and requirements specified for each scholarship. Fill out our volunteer form to get started.

Alumni Association Board of Directors

The Board of Directors sets priorities for the association and for on-going interaction between alumni and the university. Meeting quarterly and working through a committee system, the board develops support for the work of alumni, students and faculty, reviews budgets and longer-term strategic plans, and approves program plans for the association. Fill out our volunteer form to get started.

Market Your Company to Alumni

Would you like to market your business or offer exclusive discounts or services to CSUN alumni? Corporate sponsorships and partnerships are available to individuals and companies both large and small. Sponsorships guarantee visibility to CSUN audiences and identifies yourself or your company with award winning CSUN programs and services. Fill out our volunteer form to get started.

Advocate for CSUN

The Matador Advocacy Network is the volunteer legislative advocacy arm of the university. As a supporter of CSUN and the California State University system, you can make a difference in the quality of education students receive—but only if your voice is heard by our elected officials. Volunteer and take action  now on current issues we need your immediate help with or just sign-up to receive our advocacy e-newsletter. Click here for more information on how to participate.

Plan a Reunion

As a member of your class reunion committee, you can reach out to classmates by phone or email and encourage them to attend. Or plan a mini-reunion for dormmates, teammates or any other special group. Just an hour or two of your time can go a long way. Currently, CSUN hosts reunions for the 50 Year Class as part of Founders Day. For more information on joining the Founders Day reunion committee, contact for more information.

Advocate on behalf of CSUN

The Office of Government and Community Relations serves as the primary liaison between the university and government agencies and officials at the local, state and federal levels, providing information regarding campus programs and activities and working to meet the needs of our shared constituents. Take action to support CSUN's advocacy efforts by acting now for current issues we need your immediate help with.

Share your advice with Matadors

Share with fellow matadors your wise advice from first jobs to grad school to transitioning into the working world. Tell us what you've learned & what you wish you knew as a CSUN student! Click here to start sharing