Dream Center

University Student Union Pride Center: Where Matadors Belong

The DREAM Center of the University Student Union at CSUN is a welcoming resource center that provides resources and services to undocumented students, mixed status families, staff, faculty, allies and future undocumented students while fostering a more inclusive campus community. DREAM stands for Dreamers, Resources, Empowerment, Advocacy and Mentorship. You can meet with us by appointment or just walk in to our space at the USU.

We provide resources and services to help empower students so that they can become advocates during their educational trajectory.
We increase knowledge of the ever-changing political climate which affect students in their personal and professional lives.
We believe students thrive and undergo a transformation when they feel supported and empowered in their autonomies to confidently pursue their aspirations and goals.

The University Student Union at CSUN includes the Dream Center, Pride Center, Computer Lab, East Conference Center, Games Room, Northridge Center, Oasis Wellness Center, Reservations & Event Services, Student Recreation Center, USU Events, Veterans Resource Center...and you!

Virtual Assistance Available Now

Email: dreamcenter@csun.edu
Phone: (818) 677-7069
Mondays – Thursdays
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

If you need help with finding resources, navigating financial aid and admissions, or need general support from the DREAM Center, you may now visit us virtually. Both Daniela Barcenas, our Student Success Advisor, and Madison Villanueva, our Program Assistant, will be available to assist you by appointment. All you need to do is email us 48 hours in advance and then join us via Zoom during the times below:

Daniela Barcenas
Monday – Thursday
2 – 4 p.m.
Email at least 48 hours in advance for the Zoom meeting link.

Madison Villanueva
Monday – Thursday
2 – 4 p.m.
Email at least 48 hours in advance for the Zoom meeting link.

Events and News

News

DACA Protections Upheld, Work for Permanent Relief Continues

June 18, 2020

Oviatt Library

To the Campus Community,
Today is a welcome reminder of the promise of our country. This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to retain the protections for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which provides work permits and protection from deportation for close to 700,000 DACA recipients. At CSUN, the ruling means that many members of our campus community — students, faculty and staff — have a temporary reprieve from the threats of deportation. Read more

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