The University Student Union (USU) at California State University, Northridge is a student centered non-profit organization that works to expand the college experience through various programs, services, employment, and involvement opportunities.
The University Student Union, as the heart of campus, uplifts and empowers students to achieve educational, personal and professional goals by providing leadership development, meaningful employment, and innovative programs, services and facilities. We promote equity, inclusion and well-being, while encouraging social justice advocacy to help Matadors feel heard, respected and connected to CSUN.
The University Student Union at CSUN includes the DREAM Center, Pride Center, Computer Lab, East Conference Center, Games Room, Northridge Center, Oasis Wellness Center, Reservations & Event Services, Student Recreation Center, USU Programs, Veterans Resource Center...and you!
Events and News
Calling all lovers! Join us to connect with and learn from David, Mark and Ray, a polyamorous throuple known as “x9x26x” on TikTok, during the first event of Bi, Pan, Poly Power from by the Pride Center of the University Student Union! Read more
The Veterans Resource Center of the University Student Union invites you to join us every Wednesday for The Blend on Instagram. Read more
We know just how crowded campus can get, that’s why the Veterans Resource Center of the University Student Union has your back every Friday with our Study Jam! Read more
Come sip some tea and experience the support and guidance that T-Time at the Pride Center has for YOU and all of our other trans and non-binary CSUN students. Read more
More information is coming soon about this exciting opportunity for CSUN Students this semester at the University Student Union … Where Matadors Belong! Read more
This fall, get inspired in your own personal advocacy with a little help from your friends at the University Student Union. Every other Thursday during the semester, we invite you to join us in exploring a variety of different themes from social justice issues to cultural celebratory advocacy. Read more