Skip to Content (Press Enter)

CSUF News Service

Opera Star to Teach Master Class

Opera star and alumna Deborah Voigt will offer a 7 p.m. master class Monday, June 8, at Clayes Performing Arts Center's Meng Concert Hall.

CSUF News Service

Building Student Collaboration

Six months after completing the Epicenter University Innovation Fellows program, Cal State Fullerton business majors Amerika Bernal and Cristian Sanchez are staying focused and on task, creating student connections and collaborations on projects throughout campus.

CSUF News Service

Scholar Wins Miles McCarthy Award

For his outstanding service, commitment to serve humanity and academic achievements, biological science alumnus Matthew Schroeder is this year's recipient of the Miles D. McCarthy Health Professions Undergraduate Award.

CSUF News Service

Titan Baja Racers to Compete

A team of mechanical engineering students will race their designed and built Baja off-roading vehicle through mud and dirt, climbing hills and rocks, in a May 27-30 Baja Society of Automotive Engineers competition in Portland, Oregon.

Orange County Register

Bravo! University Accomplishments

Cal State Fullerton’s School of Nursing recently celebrated its 40th anniversary with a luncheon attended by some of the school’s students, faculty, staff and alumni. Since 1990, the school has graduated more than 3,300 students.

Orange County Register

Alum Coaches at Fullerton College

Perry Webster looks young enough to still be playing. At 26, he is one of the youngest community college basketball coaches in the state and the second-youngest first-year coach in Fullerton College history. Formerly a Cal State Fullerton letter winner, Webster is returning to the city responsible for some of his greatest memories.

Orange County Register

Challenge: 'Great Personal Innovators'

MSNBC anchor Richard Lui had unusual advice Saturday for graduates at Cal State Fullerton. “We should be ready to cut hair,” Lui said. Lui was keynote speaker for the first half of the university’s commencement ceremony, which has been split into two days to accommodate this year’s class of nearly 11,000 graduates.

CSUF News Service

Selbo's Play Has LA Debut

Cal State Fullerton faculty member Jule Selbo is author of a play currently in production at Theatre West in Los Angeles.

CSUF News Service

Golf Classic Aids Next Gen Leaders

Business and community leaders will take part in a fun day of golf while supporting Cal State Fullerton business administration students at the 21st annual Mihaylo College Golf Classic June 22.

Orange County Register

HUD Secretary Castro Inspires Graduates

Julián Castro, secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Sunday noted the importance of federal financial aid programs and encouraged Cal State Fullerton students to do their part to ensure that the United States remains “the undisputed land of opportunity.” Castro, who has been mentioned as a potential vice-presidential candidate for the Democratic Party, spoke during the second day of commencement activities at CSUF

more news...

For Faculty & Staff

Orange County Register

CSUF Summer Children's Programs

Cal State Fullerton is offering an array of on-campus classes and camps for children in grades K-12 this summer. Among them is the Titan Youth Sports Camp, Crystal Cove Native American Summer Camp, Zoomars Summer Camp, Art Camp and classes specializing in writing, mathematics, public speaking, drawing, painting and swimming.


Honoring a Steadfast Friend

Longtime Cal State Fullerton donor and volunteer William J. McGarvey Jr., 93, died this morning (May 14) at his home in Fullerton.

CSUF News Service

Great Police Work Leads to Arrest

Good detective work by University Police office has resulted in the arrest of a suspect in a number of campus thefts.

Orange County Register

Student Success is Worth Celebrating

In this week's Titan Voices column, President Mildred Garcia reflects on the importance of celebrating faculty and staff contributions to student success.

CSUF News Service

Sports Historian Toby Rider

Toby Rider, assistant professor of kinesiology, aims to teach students to consider the role of sports in society.

This site is maintained by Strategic Communications.
To report problems or comments, please contact
© California State University, Fullerton. All Rights Reserved.

 Last Published 5/1/15