Developed collaboratively by the Titan community, a thoughtful yet ambitious strategic plan continues to guide our university confidently into the future.
Titans Reach Higher
As Titans, we have much to celebrate! Our reputation as a top national university, our immersive learning experiences that enrich our students, and the trusted results we deliver for our graduates and our state shine as examples of how Titans Reach Higher.
Offering South County an array of academic opportunities with the resources of a large university in a more personal learning environment, featuring state-of-the-art classroom technology, a low student-to-faculty ratio and smaller class sizes.
The Cal State Fullerton Titans participate in the NCAA Division I Big West Conference and have 13 national championships in eight different sports.
The Pollak Library provides extensive services and assistance to the CSUF community, as well as to visiting students and scholars, and to the public. The library is nationally recognized for innovative spaces, collections, services, tools, and its programs.
The Fullerton Arboretum is a 26-acre preserve on the northeast corner of campus that is home to the Orange County Agricultural and Nikkei Heritage Museum and Heritage House, an 1894 house-turned-museum. Classes and special events are offered throughout the year.
Cal State Fullerton has built a 20-year history of instituting efficient, sustainable and green practices that save money and better the campus community. Examples range from lighting upgrades to green building construction and installation of solar panels.
Grand Central Art Center
Grand Central Art Center is dedicated to the open exploration of contemporary art and visual culture: locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally through socially engaged collaborations among artists, students, and the community.
Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary is a non-profit nature preserve in Modjeska Canyon, on the outskirts of Orange County. One of the few rural nature centers in the region, it provides a richness of habitat types that supports abundant and diverse wildlife.
The College of the Arts is a major cultural resource for both the University and the larger community. The College is home to more than 2,400 graduate and undergraduate students in the School of Music and the departments of Art and Theatre & Dance.