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A lot has changed since the recording of these events, which may mean some videos are outdated. Here are a few helpful notes as you navigate this page:

  • We’ve put the videos into categories that would be most helpful to a student going through the admissions process.
  • The first sentence in each event description states the intended audience for that event.
  • The videos appear from newest to oldest within the assigned category.

In December 2020 California State University announced all campuses are anticipating a return to in-person instruction for fall 2021. If you have any questions, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or email outreach.recruitment@csun.edu.

Applying

Cal State Apply Workshop for First-Time Freshmen, recorded Nov. 30, 2020

Cal State Apply Workshop for First-Time Freshmen

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to high school students who needed help completing their California State University application for admission in fall 2021.

In this workshop CSUN counselors guided high school students through how to complete the California State University application for admission in fall 2021. This workshop was recorded before the California State University announced that the application deadline had been extended. The deadline to complete the application for fall 2021 was Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2020.

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

Cal State Apply Workshop for Transfer Students, recorded Nov. 12, 2020

Cal State Apply Workshop for Transfer Students

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to community college students, and students at other four-year institutions, who needed help completing their California State University applications for admission in fall 2021.

In this workshop CSUN counselors guided transfer students through how to complete the California State University application. This workshop was recorded before the California State University announced that the application deadline had been extended. The deadline to complete the application for fall 2021 was Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2020.

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

Financial aid

Financial Aid & Scholarship Department, recorded June 24, 2020

Financial Aid & Scholarship Department

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to students who were granted admission to CSUN for fall 2020.

In light of CSUN conducting a virtual fall 2020 semester, we hosted webinars to support admitted students and answer their most pressing questions about transitioning to CSUN.

During the Financial Aid & Scholarship Department webinar, experts from the department answered student questions, including:

  • How do I find out my financial aid status?
  • What are the financial aid deadlines I need to know?
  • How do I access important information about my financial aid?

If you want to learn more about financial aid at CSUN, visit the Financial Aid & Scholarship Department

Academic colleges

College of Science and Mathematics, recorded Oct. 22, 2020

College of Science and Mathematics

 

 

Note: This webinar is for students who are interested in attending CSUN in the future and would like to learn about the majors we offer within the fields of science and mathematics.

If you’re inclined toward astronomy, biology, mathematics or physics, watch this webinar to learn how you can put science and mathematics degrees to use. You’ll also learn about the majors within the College of Science and Mathematics (listed below) and the careers open to you upon graduation.

Majors offered by the College of Science and Mathematics:

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Michael D. Eisner College of Education, recorded Oct. 21, 2020

Michael D. Eisner College of Education

 

 

Note: This webinar is for students who would like to attend CSUN in the future and learn more about teaching credentials and majors such as deaf studies.If teaching interests you, the Michael D. Eisner College of Education webinar is for you. You’ll learn about the majors offered and the career opportunities available to you.

Deaf studies is the only undergraduate degree offered by the Michael D. Eisner College of Education.

Follow CSUN’s University Ambassadors on Instagram for additional opportunities to connect with and learn more about CSUN.

Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication, recorded Oct. 20, 2020

Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication

 

 

Note: This webinar is for students who would like to attend CSUN in the future and learn more about majors including art, communication and journalism.

In this webinar, you’ll learn about all the majors (listed below), coaching and tutoring offered by the college as well as the career opportunities that await you.

Majors offered by the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication:

Follow CSUN’s University Ambassadors on Instagram for additional opportunities to connect with and learn more about CSUN.

College of Computer Science and Engineering, recorded Oct. 19, 2020

College of Computer Science and Engineering

 

 

Note: This webinar is for students who would like to attend CSUN in the future and learn more about majors such as chemical engineering, electrical engineering and computer science.

This webinar showcases the majors offered by the College of Engineering and Computer Science (listed below), including computer information technology and electrical engineering. Computer science and engineering are great fields, with countless career options and high earnings.

Majors offered by the College of Engineering and Computer Science:

Follow CSUN’s University Ambassadors on Instagram for additional opportunities to connect with and learn more about CSUN.

Once you've been admitted

Transition to CSUN: The Undocumented Student Experience, recorded Feb. 16, 2021

Transition to CSUN: The Undocumented Student Experience

 

 

This virtual event was for students who recently applied to or have received an acceptance offer from CSUN and are undocumented or in a mixed-status family.

View this webinar to learn about the CSUN DREAM Center and the experiences of CSUN DREAM students. DREAM stands for Dreamers, Resources, Empowerment, Advocacy and Mentorship.

This webinar covers:

  • An overview of the support services offered by the CSUN DREAM Center
  • Next steps and important deadlines specifically for undocumented students

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

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I’ve Been Admitted — What's Next? (for Freshmen), recorded Feb. 12, 2021

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

 

 

This virtual event is for freshmen who have been admitted to CSUN for fall 2021 and would like to learn about their next steps. You’re considered a freshman if you’re coming to CSUN after graduating from high school or obtaining your GED.

This webinar covered:

  • Conditions of admission
  • Financial aid
  • Student housing and campus dining options
  • And more!

Attendees were able to ask questions of our outreach counselors, learned more about CSUN and got tips to help them achieve personal and academic success as a Matador.

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

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I’ve Been Admitted — What's Next? (for Transfer Students), recorded Feb. 12, 2021

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

 

 

This virtual event is for transfer students who have been admitted to CSUN for fall 2021 and would like to learn about their next steps. You’re considered a transfer student if you’re coming to CSUN from a community college or another four-year institution.

This webinar covered:

  • Conditions of admission
  • Financial aid
  • Student housing and campus dining options
  • And more!

Attendees were able to ask questions of our outreach counselors, learned more about CSUN and got tips to help them achieve personal and academic success as a Matador.

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

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Student Housing and Residential Life, recorded Oct. 14, 2020

Student Housing and Residential Life

 

 

Note: This webinar is for students who would like to learn more about the student housing options available at CSUN.

Living at CSUN is a great choice for both freshmen and transfer students. Research shows that students living in on-campus housing do better academically and have higher graduation rates than those living off campus. Our on-campus housing offers multiple living options to meet the needs of our students. With supportive professional and student staff, ample resources and clean and well-maintained facilities, student housing at CSUN is committed to student success.  

Student Housing and Residential Life exists to promote student development and academic success and to create a strong sense of community among all residents.

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or applying for student housing, contact Student Housing and Residential Life at (818) 677-2160 or via email.

Student Housing and Residential Life, recorded July 1, 2020

Student Housing and Residential Life

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to students who were granted admission to CSUN for fall 2020.

In light of CSUN conducting a virtual fall 2020 semester, we hosted webinars to support admitted students and answer their most pressing questions about transitioning to CSUN.

During the Student Housing and Residential Life webinar, experts from the department answered student questions, including:

  • Is the student housing application still open?
  • What will student housing look like in fall 2020?
  • Can we still live on campus during fall 2020?

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or applying for student housing, contact Student Housing and Residential Life at (818) 677-2160 or via email.

Navigating Advising, recorded June 18, 2020

Navigating Advising

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to students who were granted admission to CSUN for fall 2020.

In light of CSUN conducting a virtual fall 2020 semester, we hosted webinars to support admitted students and answer their most pressing questions about transitioning to CSUN.

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

I’ve Been Admitted — What's Next? (for International Students), recorded April 23, 2020

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

 

 

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to students from outside the U.S. who were granted admission to CSUN for fall 2020.

Learn about the steps to enrollment at our I’ve Been Admitted — What’s Next? webinar. This online event was tailored to address students who come from outside the U.S. and have recently received an acceptance offer from CSUN. Representatives answered questions about:

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

Student resources

Supporting Undocumented Students: The DREAM Center, recorded Oct. 27, 2020

Supporting Undocumented Students: The DREAM Center

 

 

Note: This event is for undocumented students and students in mixed-status families who are interested in attending CSUN in the future.

The DREAM Center serves undocumented students and students from mixed-status families who want to earn a college degree. This webinar discusses how the DREAM Center helps students and their families reach academic, personal and professional success.

Follow CSUN’s University Ambassadors on Instagram for additional opportunities to connect with and learn more about CSUN.

Health and Wellness, recorded July 14, 2020

Health and Wellness

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to students who were granted admission to CSUN for fall 2020.

In light of CSUN conducting a virtual fall 2020 semester, we hosted webinars to support admitted students and answer their most pressing questions about transitioning to CSUN.

During the Health and Wellness webinar, experts from the Klotz Student Health Center, the Oasis Wellness Center and University Counseling Services answered student questions, including:

  • What campus resources are available to me?
  • How is CSUN going to make sure students stay safe?
  • Does CSUN offer free therapy to students?

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

Student life

Cultural Community Talk: The Latinx Experience, recorded Nov. 24, 2020

Cultural Community Talk: The Latinx Experience

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to students who were interested in applying to CSUN for admission in fall 2021.

During our various Cultural Community Talks, current students, parents, alumni, faculty and staff discuss what it’s like being a Black, Asian American and Pacific Islander, or Latinx student at CSUN.

This talk was among members of our Latinx community.

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

Chalra comunitaria: La experiencia Latinx, grabada el 19 de noviembre del 2020

Chalra comunitaria: La experiencia Latinx

 

 

Tome en cuenta: Este evento fue dirigido a estudiantes que estaban interesados en applicar a CSUN para admisión en el otoño del 2021.

Durante nuestras charlas comunitarias, estudiantes de hoy, parientes, alumnos, facultad y personal platican de cómo es ser un estudiante Negro, Asiático or Latinx en CSUN.

Esta charla fue entre los miembros de nuestra comunidad Latinx.

Si tiene alguna pregunta sobre la información compartida en este evento o de como matricularse en la CSUN, contacte a Student Outreach and Recruitment llamando al (818) 677-2967 o por correo electrónico.

Cultural Community Talk: The Black Experience, recorded Nov. 17, 2020

Cultural Community Talk: The Black Experience

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to students who were interested in applying to CSUN for admission in fall 2021.

During our various Cultural Community Talks, current students, parents, alumni, faculty and staff from our campus discuss what it’s like being a Black, Asian American and Pacific Islander, or Latinx student at CSUN.

This talk was among members of our Black community.

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

Cultural Community Talk: The Asian American and Pacific Islander Experience, recorded Nov. 10, 2020

Cultural Community Talk: The Asian American and Pacific Islander Experience

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to students who were interested in applying to CSUN for admission in fall 2021.

During our various Cultural Community Talks, current students, parents, alumni, faculty and staff discuss what it’s like being a Black, Asian American and Pacific Islander, or Latinx student at CSUN.

This talk was among members of our Asian American and Pacific Islander community.

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

CSUN Student Life, recorded Oct. 13, 2020

CSUN Student Life

 

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to students who were interested in applying to CSUN for admission in fall 2021.

This webinar was for students who wanted to learn more about getting involved outside the classroom. While getting involved on campus is strongly tied to a fulfilling college experience, we know it’s difficult to feel connected to campus when we’re all engaging remotely. During this discussion, CSUN representatives shared involvement opportunities, including:

  • Clubs and organizations
  • Sororities and fraternities
  • And more

Follow CSUN's University Ambassadors on Instagram for additional opportunities to connect with and learn more about CSUN. If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

Life as a CSUN Student, recorded July 7, 2020

Life as a CSUN Student

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to students who were granted admission to CSUN for fall 2020.

In light of CSUN conducting a virtual fall 2020 semester, we hosted webinars to support admitted students and answer their most pressing questions about transitioning to CSUN.

During the Life as a CSUN Student webinar, experts from Associated Students, the Matador Involvement Center, New Student Orientation, the Office of Student Involvement and Development and the University Student Union answered student questions including:

  • How can we get involved on campus if we can't physically be there?
  • Can we still join clubs even if we can't go to campus?
  • Which student services will still be available to us virtually?

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

Conversations with CSUN's former president

A Conversation with CSUN, Hosted by Former President Harrison (for Freshmen), recorded June 11, 2020

A Conversation with CSUN, Hosted by Former President Harrison (for Freshmen)

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to high school students who were granted admission to CSUN for fall 2020.

In light of CSUN conducting a virtual fall 2020 semester, we hosted webinars to support admitted students and answer their most pressing questions about transitioning to CSUN.

CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison, along with other campus leaders, addressed high school students who were admitted to CSUN and discussed how our campus is ensuring a safe, enriching and rewarding educational experience during COVID-19.

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.

A Conversation with CSUN, Hosted by Former President Harrison (for Transfer Students), recorded June 11, 2020

A Conversation with CSUN, Hosted by Former President Harrison (for Transfer Students)

 

 

Note: This event was targeted to students in community college, or another four-year institution, who were granted admission to CSUN for fall 2020.

In light of CSUN conducting a virtual fall 2020 semester, we hosted webinars to support admitted students and answer their most pressing questions about transitioning to CSUN.

CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison, along with other campus leaders, addressed transfer students who were admitted to CSUN and discussed how our campus is ensuring a safe, enriching and rewarding educational experience during COVID-19.

If you have any questions about the information shared in this webinar or enrolling at CSUN, contact Student Outreach and Recruitment at (818) 677-2967 or via email.