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Explore CSUN

Thank you for attending Explore CSUN: The Virtual Experience! We hope the event helped you learn about the university, the value of a CSUN education and the resources available to students. We hope you took the opportunity to explore our campus, meet our faculty, staff, and current and recently admitted students — and got an inside look at what being a Matador is all about!

If you weren’t able to attend the event, missed a session or would like to revisit a session you attended, video recordings from the event are available below.

 

Welcome Address

President Erika D. Beck’s Welcome Address

Recorded April 9, 2022

Join us for welcome remarks from President Erika D. Beck, Ph.D.; Vice President of Student Affairs William Watkins, Ed.D.; and Provost Mary-Beth Walker, Ph.D. They will share updates for fall 2022 and highlight Explore CSUN’s events as well as those in the future leading to the start of the fall term.

I've Been Admitted — What's Next?

I’ve Been Admitted — What’s Next?
(for Freshmen)

Recorded April 9, 2022

The I've Been Admitted — What's Next? session will discuss your next steps to successfully enroll at CSUN for fall 2022. You will learn more about your steps to enrollment, provisional admission, how to submit your Intent to Register, academic advising and Early Start. You're considered a freshman if you're coming to CSUN after graduating from high school or obtaining your GED.

I’ve Been Admitted — What’s Next?
(for Transfer Students)

Recorded April 9, 2022

The I've Been Admitted — What's Next? session discusses your next steps to successfully enroll at CSUN for fall 2022. You will learn more about the steps to enrollment, provisional admission, how to submit your Intent to Register and academic advising. You're considered a transfer student if you're coming to CSUN after graduating from high school and attending a community college or another university.

I’ve Been Admitted — What’s Next?
(for International Students)

Recorded April 9, 2022

Find out about the steps to enrollment at our I’ve Been Admitted — What’s Next? webinar, where you'll receive information about resources for international students. This event is for students who come from outside the U.S.

Learn about:

  • Academic advising
  • Class registration
  • Completing the I-20 form
  • New Student Orientation
  • Resources available to students who live on campus

Student Finances

Financial Aid Basics

Recorded April 9, 2022

This workshop is for you if you’ve submitted your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or California Dream Act Application (CADAA) and would like to learn more about what happens next in the financial aid process.

This session covers:

  • The types of aid you can receive
  • What aid is available to you
  • What verification is and how to know if you are selected for it
  • How to submit forms and other documents
  • How to find updates regarding your financial aid award
  • How to access your financial aid status and award
  • Financial aid and how it impacts your costs
  • Financial aid and how it impacts housing

 


Conceptos basicos de ayuda financiera

Grabado 9 de abril, 2022

Este taller es para los estudiantes que han presentado su Solicitud Gratuita de Ayuda Federal para Estudiantes (FAFSA) o su Solicitud del Acta del Sueño de California (CADAA) y les gustaría aprender más sobre lo que pasa después en el proceso de ayuda financiera.

Esta sesión cubrirá:

  • Los diferentes tipos de ayuda que puede recibir
  • Qué ayuda tiene a su disposición
  • Cómo saber si ha sido seleccionado para verificación
  • Cómo presentar los formularios y otros documentos
  • Cómo encontrar información acerca de mi ayuda financiera
  • Como encontrar acceso a su ayuda financiera y carta de notificación
  • Ayuda financiera y su efecto relacionado con costo
  • Ayuda financiera y su efecto relacionado con el costo de alojamiento

Cultural Connection Talks

Cultural Connection Talks: The Asian American and Pacific Islander Experience

Recorded April 9, 2022

This event is for students who would like to hear from our Asian American and Pacific Islander community. Join us for a conversation about the living and learning experiences of Asian American and Pacific Islander Matadors. During this webinar, you’ll have your questions answered by:

  • Current students
  • Parents
  • Alumni
  • Faculty and staff

Cultural Connection Talks: The Latinx Experience

Recorded April 9, 2021

Join us for a conversation about the living and learning experiences of Latinx CSUN students, alumni, faculty and staff. Bring your questions and concerns and hear from CSUN’s Latinx community and discover how to build your community at CSUN.


 

 

 

 

Cultural Connection Talks: The Black Experience

Recorded April 9, 2022

Join us for a conversation about the living and learning experiences of Black CSUN students, alumni, faculty and staff.

This session features:

  • A video that highlights the campus and educational departments
  • Black-centered resources around campus: journals, conferences, tutoring, mentorship and the Black Student Success Council
  • An overview of the University 100 Black Excellence class (meet the professors)
  • A student panel — the student experience, classroom experience, housing and the student life experience
  • Black clubs and organizations — you’ll hear from the Black House director and learn about Black-centered resources around campus.

Meet the Colleges

Michael D. Eisner College of Education

Recorded April 9, 2022

The Michael D. Eisner College of Education offers Deaf Studies as an undergraduate major and numerous teaching credential programs. Our mission is to prepare teachers, counselors, marriage and family therapists, administrators and other professionals to serve the educational needs of a diverse region. Our faculty and staff are dedicated to ensuring that students are provided with support, mentoring, hands-on experience and a world-class education — making CSUN the No. 1 public university for preparing future teachers in California.

Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication

Recorded April 9, 2022

Faculty and staff from each department of the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication will provide information about the many opportunities available to you. Join us for breakout sessions with each major within the college.


 

College of Science and Mathematics

Recorded April 9, 2022

The College of Science and Mathematics is among the top in the nation for preparing students who go on to earn doctoral degrees in the sciences. You’ll receive outstanding instruction and access to laboratories, faculty-mentored research opportunities, government- and industry-funded programs, and field experiences. The college plays a critical role in ensuring the region and the nation have a pool of talented scientists capable of assuming leadership roles in industry. You probably won’t be surprised that NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory employs more CSUN alumni than graduates from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

David Nazarian College of Business and Economics

Recorded April 9, 2022

Nazarian College is one of the largest business schools in the nation and is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the highest standard in business and management education. Representatives will share more about:

  • Nazarian College majors and minors
  • Student involvement
  • Highlights
  • Career opportunities within business fields
  • Q&A