• Graduate on time with summer.

    Summer classes available online or on campus

  • Group of  Africana studies students/faculty/staff at Golden Anniversary Celebration at CSUN

    Africana Studies Golden Anniversary

  • Nic Morreale and Julian Krisch from VOVE's Production Team working with a sound engineer, saxophonist Tyler Johnson and guitarist Jon Aparicio in a local recording studio

    Student-Run Label In Search of Music’s Next Hit

  • Group of students walking at CSUN Campus

    CSUN Popular Choice for LAUSD Seniors

  • Second-generation violinmaker Amnon Weinstein works with a violin

    The Soraya Celebrates Violins of Hope

  • Members of the first cohort of the Mentoring Male Teachers of Color and Their Administrators

    Retaining Male Teachers of Color

  • CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison addressing people

    CSU 5 Expands CSUN Tax Program

CSUN's VITA Program helps vets prepare their taxes — for free (via Military Times)

March 14, 2019

A student volunteer at California State University, Northridge's VITA Clinic helps a taxpayer with tax preparation at the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics.

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.”

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USU Night Market

Friday, April 12, 2019 - 6:00pm to 10:00pm

USU Logo Lede

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

Students Beat the Markets in Managing CSUN’s Portfolio

March 18, 2019

Senior economics major Idean Aminian demonstrating a concept to students in the Student Portfolio Seminar.

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

Filipino Support Group

Monday, April 15, 2019 - 10:21am

Oviatt Library

Meet other Filipino parents and families 
Share your experiences
Workshop topics
Find out about upcoming events and resources 

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Family Place Parent Child Workshop

Monday, April 8, 2019 - 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Oviatt Library

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

Hawai’i wins its 51st consecutive set, BYU, Stanford get upsets

There were three collisions in the AVCA top 15 on Saturday. Undefeated No. 2 Hawai’i kept things rolling, sweeping No. 12 CSUN again to extend its consecutive win streak to 51. It was also a good night to be home as there were two significant MPSF upsets as No. 8 Stanford defeated No. 4 UCLA in five sets at Maples Pavilion, and No. 9 BYU upset No. 6 Pepperdine at the Smith Fieldhouse. All of those recaps to follow, but first Sunday’s schedule. -- Volleyball Magazine