Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing


Every Wednesday starting 02/06 - 05/08

12:00 - 12:45 in Santa Susana Hall 115
45 Min. walk and discussion open to Students, Faculty, and Staff.

Need to get out the office? Tired of staring at your computer screen? Want to learn more about CSUN? The Institute continues to offer themed walks encompassing fun facts about CSUN from the best Pokemon Go Tips to CSUN's campus efforts to stay sustainable.


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February 6The CSUN Food PantryTBD12:00 pm
February 13TBDTBD12:00 pm 
February 20TBDTBD12:00 pm
February 27The Marilyn Magaram CenterHoney12:00 pm
March 6TBDTBD12:00 pm
March 13The Marilyn Magaram CenterTBD12:00 pm
March 27Elizabeth Poloskov  (UCS)TBD12:00 pm
April 3TBDTBD12:00 pm 
April 10SustainabilityTBD12:00 pm
April 17TBDTBD12:00 pm
April 24The Marilyn Magaram CenterTBD12:00 pm
May 1TBDTBD12:00 pm
May 8The CSUN Breastfeeding CoalitionTBD12:00 pm














The Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing

The Institute is a collaborative of campus and community members committed to enhancing the health and wellbeing of individuals, families, organizations and communities within Cal State Northridge’s service region. The primary mission of the Institute is to foster healthful living through community and campus partnerships

The CSUN Marilyn Magaram Center for Food Science, Nutrition and Dietetics (MMC)

The CSUN Marilyn Magaram Center for Food Science, Nutrition and Dietetics (MMC) encourages health and wellbeing through education and community services in the fields of nutrition, food science, dietetics, and health promotion. In collaboration with other CSUN programs and centers including the Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing, MMC has developed and supported many health and wellness programs that utilize the expertise of faculty, the energy and talents of students, and the extensive and diverse resources of the community. 

The CSUN Food Pantry

The CSUN Food Pantry exists to provide emergency nourishment and basic necessities at no cost to CSUN’s students. The CSUN Food Pantry supplies food and offers food program assistance to those who are without reliable access to affordable, nutritious food. Our goal is to minimize the academic impact on our students by providing the needed essentials. The CSUN Food Pantry is a resource for CSUN students, faculty, and staff to help alleviate food insecurity and hunger within our campus community..


Sustainability is a key priority at California State University, Northridge, integrated into all aspects of the university from operations and infrastructure to outreach, education and research.  CSUN’s 10-year Sustainability Plan lays out our goals and activities in ten different functional areas.  Everyone at the university – administrators, staff, faculty and students – is an integral part of these efforts. We are a proud signatory to Second Nature’s Presidents’ Climate Commitment and are following a Climate Action Plan that will guide us towards climate neutrality by 2040.

University Counseling Services

University Counseling Services (UCS) wants you to fulfill your personal and professional dreams and get the most out of your experience at CSUN. We have a remarkable team of psychologists, marriage and family therapists, social workers, psychiatrists, doctoral interns, postdoctoral fellows, psychiatric residents and administrative staff. Each team member promises you ethical, respectful and professional care.