Bison, legless lizards, oarfish and dolphins are some of the animals being studied by faculty members and their students.
The CSUF Concert Choir performed a one-night-only concert of holiday favorites for the 25th annual "A Carol Candlelight Dinner."
Between classes, studying and other responsibilities during this holiday season, the Presidents Scholars are serving with the Boys and Girls Club of Fullerton to provide holiday cheer to area youngsters.
The University Police Dept. has been awarded the Accreditation with Excellence Award by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc. It is the first California higher education institution to receive the Excellence Award.
Marine biomechanist Misty Paig-Tran, shown with Michael McNitt-Gray of UCLA, prepare a giant oarfish for CT scan at UCLA's Translational Research Imaging Center. The oarfish was found recently in Oceanside.
Contributions to the Public GoodCSUF is a national leader when it comes to low cost, low student indebtedness, diversity, and educational impact.
Titans Reach HigherFrom powering our local economy to providing students access to a world-class education, it is evident at CSUF that Titans reach higher.
Strategic PlanCSUF seeks to become a national model public comprehensive university.