NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program

Welcome to CSUF NUFP!


NASPA is the leading association for the advancement, health, and sustainability of the student affairs profession. The NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program (NUFP) is a semi structured mentoring program for undergraduates that are interested in or exploring the field of student affairs. Institutions across the United States have NUFP programs on their campuses.

The mission of the NUFP program is to increase the number of underrepresented populations in student affairs and higher education. This would include (but not limited to) underrepresented students of color, persons with disabilities, first generation college students, and persons who identify as LGBT.

There are over 100 colleges and universities that support NUFP participants. Cal State Fullerton seeks students who want to gain knowledge about the work that we do in student affairs. Fellows are paired up with mentors participate in an ongoing exchange designed to help the fellow learn more about working in a university, explore careers in higher education, gain leadership skills and more.

The CSUF NUFP program is open to current students in good standing with the university. Cal State Fullerton has the largest NUFP cohort in the Region.

NUFP Students and Mentors


We build a cohort of fellows and mentors who are paired for an academic year to gain more exposure and understanding of the Student Affairs profession.

  • Student Affairs Mentor
  • Summer retreat
  • Monthly cohort meetings
  • Attend Local and National Conferences
  • Gain Valuable Work Experience
  • Connect with Campus Departments
  • Case Study Showcase

NUFP logoTo learn more about the NUFP program please refer to the NASPA NUFP webpage Opens in new window

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Last Published 3/15/19

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