The University Student Union (USU) offers all CSUN students, faculty, staff and community members the perfect location to hold your next meeting or special event, with a wide variety of meeting rooms and event spaces to accommodate conferences, banquets, receptions and more.
The University Student Union is inviting all CSUN students to “Crunch Time” for finals week stress relief with free exam supplies, free snacks, free breakfast, free massages and more to help get you across that finish line.
The Pride Center at the University Student Union is inviting all CSUN students, faculty, staff and the surrounding community to the second annual “Sex in the Library: Beyond Boundaries” event. This compelling three-day lecture series will cover a range of gender and sex topics.
The University Student Union presents “Matador Nights – Aloha!” and invites all CSUN students to experience a spectacular tropical evening under the stars at the USU on Friday, April 24 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. for this Hawaiian-inspired party. Throw on your shades, dig your toes in the sand and get ready for free food, live entertainment, great music, carnival rides and Hawaiian- themed games at CSUN’s biggest party of every semester.
The University Student Union is offering all CSUN students, faculty and staff an opportunity to potentially exhibit their artwork at the new Oasis Wellness Center. Scheduled to open in Fall 2015, the Oasis will be a welcoming destination where students can find serenity and relaxation amid the rush and activity of campus life.
The University Student Union is inviting all CSUN students to enjoy CARNAVAL, an entertaining celebration of global diversity on Thursday, March 26 from noon to 7:30 p.m. in the Plaza del Sol. Bring your friends to share an adventure that includes free international cuisine, live performances, music, crafts and more.
The Inclusive Language Campaign at CSUN is intended to encourage all students, faculty and staff to think about the power of words we use everyday. The new campaign is about helping all of us understand the impact of potentially offensive words we choose to say and consider different ways that we can communicate the same message.
The University Student Union is inviting everyone at CSUN to think about potentially offensive words we choose to say and consider different ways that we can communicate the same message. The words we say have an impact on others – whether it’s intentional or not. The “Inclusive Language Campaign” is all about understanding the power of the words you choose to say and considering different ways that you can communicate the same message. The new campaign kicks off with “Inclusive Language Awareness Week’” at the USU.
An episode of the PBS “Visionaries” program featuring the University Student Union (USU) at California State University, Northridge is to be broadcast throughout Southern California by PBS SoCaL Plus on Sunday, June 22.
The University Student Union (USU) is committed to inclusion, diversity and personal growth for all students while providing services such as study areas, a computer lab, TV lounge, prayer room, lactation room and wireless printing kiosks in addition to a variety of food options and a wide range of events. The USU includes the Student Recreation Center, Oasis Wellness Center, Pride Center, Veterans Resource Center, DREAM Center, USU Board of Directors, Computer Lab, Games Room, USU Programs and more. For additional information, please visit www.csun.edu/usu.