The Matador Involvement Center (MIC) is the place to learn more about getting involved on campus and meeting people with similar interests. Whether you are a new or returning student, make your mark at CSUN by discovering clubs and organizations, volunteer projects, fraternities and sororities, and resources for leadership development.
Newman Civic Fellows Awards are intended to honor the leadership legacy of Frank Newman by recognizing student leaders who:
- Take action in pursuit of long-term positive social change
- Inspire and engage others
- Demonstrate the motivation and potential for effective long-term civic engagement
Submission deadline extended to Friday, January 5th by 5 PM
Any student interested in being an active member of any Sport Club must complete the SportsPREP in its entirety. This program is estimated to take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. Sport club members will not be able to participate in any sport club activity, such as training, practice or competition, until they have completed the prep program.
CSUN students interested in joining a fraternity/sorority will need to complete the Pre-Recruitment Educational Program aka PREP, prior to attending any recruitment activity. PREP is a comprehensive online educational program. There are many things to know about fraternity and sorority membership and this program is designed to help students learn more about this particular involvement opportunity at CSUN.