The Veteran Peer-to-Peer EITC Campaign is a collaboration between the university, Citi Community Development, the Los Angeles VA, the L.A. Mayor’s Office of Veteran Affairs and a few L.A.-based veterans service organizations. EITC stands for earned income tax credit, a benefit available to individuals and couples with low-to-moderate income.
The Veteran Peer-to-Peer EITC Campaign, located in the greater Los Angeles area, offers veterans help preparing their tax returns. Who’s helping? Fellow veterans — who also happen to be trained tax preparers.
“We all kind of sit down and really focus on getting [our taxes] done,” said Ruth Christopherson, senior vice president with Citi Community Development. “It’s a lot of work; it’s nerve-wracking. When you can do it with a volunteer income-tax preparer, it’s easier.”
You’re invited to join us for the excitingly diverse tastes, sights and sounds of CSUN after dark at the USU Night Market on the Plaza del Sol in the University Student Union. Read more
SAVE THE DATE - SATURDAY MAY 18 Read more
Get your retro glow on from the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s at the SRC during Neon Fitness Frenzy: Decades of Fitness! Read more
Please SAVE-THE-DATE for MDECOE Social Justice Dialogue: LGBTQ from A to Z: Learn How to be an Ally to CSUN’s LGBTQ+ Community, featuring Sarina Loeb from CSUN's Pride Center Read more
Using the latest investment software, intense research and hours spent on targeted analysis of the financial markets, the students in California State University, Northridge Finance 491A and 491B: Student Portfolio Seminar are outperforming finance professionals and turning nearly $5 million of investments into scholarships, research and other opportunities for the university.
From fall 2015, to present, the dividend portfolio has grown from $2,151,315 to $3,297,801, an annualized return of about 14 percent compared to the benchmark return of about 11 percent per year. Read more
Meet other Filipino parents and families
Share your experiences
Find out about upcoming events and resources
A professional resource person will be available to provide information on designated topics each week. Family Place is a program that supports parents and caregivers of children 0-5 years old in their role as their children’s first and most important teacher through free programs and a dedicated space within the children’s area. Read more