University Student Union

Where Matadors Belong

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 mission of the USU is to foster the achievement of students’ educational goals by facilitating a strong connection between students and their campus community.

We are an engaging and energetic campus program that develops students through inclusive activities, meaningful employment opportunities, leadership experiences and innovative technologies, facilities, and services.

The USU includes the Computer Lab, East Conference Center, Games Room, Northridge Center, Oasis Wellness Center, Pride Center, Reservations & Event Services, Student Recreation Center, USU Events, Veterans Resource Center...and you!

Events and News


Rec Center Gains Gold for CSUN

November 9, 2012

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The Student Recreation Center received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold status certification in Oct. 2012. LEED is an internationally recognized green building program, which provides building owners and operators with a frame work for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building components. Read more

Free Screening of the Invisible War

November 8, 2012

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The Veterans Resource Center of California State University, Northridge and the Valley Trauma Center are collaborating to present a groundbreaking investigative documentary into the epidemic of rape within the U.S. Military.  The film will be screened on Thursday, Nov. 8, from 6 p.m.– 9 p.m. at the CSUN University Student Union Theater.  A panel discussion immediately following the screening will be moderated by the Sepulveda Vet Center and will feature Kirby Dick, the film’s director, and Amy Ziering, the film’s producer, in addition to experts on military sexual trauma and veterans.   “The Invisible War” paints a startling picture. Today, a female soldier in combat zones is more likely to be raped by a fellow soldier than killed by enemy fire. The Department of Defense estimates there were a staggering 19,300 service members sexually assaulted in 2010 alone. Read more


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