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Jason Dietrich Named Head Baseball Coach

Dietrich, who served as the Titans pitching coach in 2013-16, is the program's sixth head coach.

Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott and Husband Dan Jewett Give $40 Million to CSUF

Philanthropists MacKenzie Scott and Dan Jewett surprised the university with its largest gift in history.

Campus Welcomed New Business Dean

Sridhar Sundaram sees opportunity in preparing students for careers of the future and meeting the needs of the regional business community.

$500,000 Grant Advances Training of Diverse Journalists

This grant expands training for underrepresented student journalists with help from NBCUniversal.

Music Alumna Stars in ‘CoComelon’ Series on YouTube, Netflix

Alumna Kristen Princiotta landed a leading role on the popular children's show, “CoComelon.”

University Earns Seal of Excelencia for Advancing Latinx Student Success

CSUF was one of only 10 institutions nationwide to earn the 2021 seal recognizing trendsetting leadership in this area.

University Welcomed Students Back to Campus

After 18 months of remote, virtual learning, students, faculty and staff returned to campus in fall 2021.

Center for Oral and Public History’s New Space Preserves Stories for Future Generations

COPH's new space will enhance its role as the premier center for documenting Southern California oral history.

9 Projects Transforming the Campus

The campus is elevating its infrastructure and technology to ensure students are equipped to lead in the workforce and community.

New Ethnic Studies Requirement Promotes Inclusiveness Beyond the Classroom

In fall 2021, incoming freshmen were required to take at least one ethnic studies course to earn their bachelor’s degrees.

$650,000 Grant Promotes Women in Computer Science

This grant will help remove barriers and increase the number of women graduating in computer science.

Nursing Students Administered COVID-19 Vaccinations in OC

CSUF nursing students helped to deliver the new COVID-19 vaccine when it first arrived.

SchoolsFirst FCU Donation Enhances Support for Teachers

Future and current teachers can find study and support services at the SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union Center for Careers in Teaching.

Nearly $1.8 Million Grant Trains Diverse Students in Alzheimer’s, Aging Research

CSUF is partnering with USC to train diverse students in the high-demand field of neurocognitive aging.

Alumna Persevered to Land a Mission on Mars

Alumna Lauren DuCharme was part of NASA's Mars 2020 mission that landed the rover Perseverence on the red planet this year.

African American Studies Chair Named Orange County’s First Poet Laureate

Natalie Graham's commitment to the arts, community engagement and social justice earned her the title of Orange County’s inaugural poet laureate.

‘Big Ideas’ Seek Innovative Solutions to Society’s Challenges

The College of Engineering and Computer Science’s “big ideas” initiative is providing real-life solutions to society’s most pressing issues.

Commencement 2021: Promise Fulfilled

Commencement 2021 celebrated the resolve and resiliency of the classes of 2020 and 2021.

$1.5 Million Grant Supports Students Entering Hot Field of Data Science

The program encourages more students to enter and become leaders in the rapidly growing field.

New ‘Gender Affirming Closet’ Offers Clothing for LGBTQ Students

The new closet provides a free clothing resource for transgender, nonbinary and gender-nonconforming students.

School of Accountancy Established in Business College

As one of only four such entities in California, this new status highlights the strength of CSUF's accounting program.

2021 in Photos

2021 on Social Media: What Engaged Us