President's Office

Update on Campus Career Fairs

April 4, 2017

Dear Campus Community,

Last week, CSUN's Career Center hosted its Non-Profit and Government Career Fair that included representatives from numerous entities, including U.S. Customs and Border Protection and other law enforcement agencies. 

Moving forward, to better serve and respond to the needs of our students, I have directed Student Affairs to consolidate law enforcement-related agencies and recruiters into a focused event so students interested in employment in this sector have the opportunity to engage with the potential employers in a productive and meaningful way. This practice has been effectively deployed in past career fairs on campus that focus on careers in specific fields, such as technology, engineering and education.

Questions regarding this week's career fair for students with disabilities, which will no longer include law enforcement agencies, can be directed to the Office of Disabilities Resources and Educational Services or the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.

CSUN prepares students to succeed in a wide variety of fields, and CSUN's Career Center excels at matching students with employers. I am confident this focused-approach will result in better outcomes for all.


Dianne F. Harrison, Ph.D.