USU

University Student Union

“Welcome

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

Upcoming Events

DREAM Center: Craft Your Greens

Monday, April 22, 2024 - 11:00am to 4:00pm

Craft Your Green

Express your creativity and nurture the planet alongside your community at the DREAM Center’s Craft Your Greens event. Read more

7th Annual Social Justice Conference

Tuesday, April 23, 2024 - 11:00am to 6:30pm

SocialJusticeConference

Join the USU’s Diversity Equity and Inclusion department, in collaboration with CSUN’s Civil Discourse and Social Change initiative for a special event focused on activism and research during the 7th annual Social Justice Conference! Read more

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News

Remembering 9/11

September 11, 2023

Remembering 9/11

Today, we remember those who lost their lives, those who served and those who made innumerable sacrifices in the wake of 9/11. Read more

Empowering Students Through Compassion and Empathy: How the HEAL Project is Improving Basic Needs Accessibility

July 10, 2023

HEAL Project

Struggling financially and with family, CSUN graduate Serge explained his trials to a professor, hoping to receive some resources to support him through college. With few resources given, graduation appeared to be out of reach for his foreseeable future. According to Serge, it wasn’t until he encountered the HEAL (Healing-Centered Engagement through Access and Love) Project that he was able to get the help he needed. Read more

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