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Non-local transfer students face stricter admission requirements

Non-local transfer students face stricter admission requirements


January 25, 2016

By Javier Cabrera, Maria Cortez and Wendy Paniagua Transferring has always been the goal for Rio Hondo College student Carolina Live. Like many of her friends at community college, Live finished applying to a list of CSUs and UCs and is waiting for a response. CSUN is one her list. “I wan...

Men’s Soccer: Nine players to join CSUN for 2015 season

Men's Soccer: Nine players to join CSUN for 2015 season

Kenneth Berry

June 5, 2015

CSUN men's soccer head coach Terry Davilla announced nine new players that will join the roster for the 2015-2016 season in a press release on Tuesday.Adrian Vera, Chester Castellaw, Andrew Rizeq, Alejandro Gomez, Stuart Close, Jules Cailliau, Papy Diouf, Ramiro Baranza and Trevon Deminson make up t...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN adds Australian transfer Jordan Smith

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Kenneth Berry

May 29, 2015

The back-to-back Big West Conference Tournament Champion CSUN women's basketball team has added 6-3 forward, Jordan Smith from Adelaide, Australia, to the roster for the upcoming 2015-16 season via press release from CSUN athletics. Smith spent last year at Casper College in Casper, Wyo. where she...

Event for transferring students lends a hand to help find the right college

Incoming Latino transfer students listened while  in a workshop called,

Michael Arvizu

May 6, 2015

CSUN Raza Transfer Day, hosted on May 2 by the Chicano/a Graduate Student Association, is an event held each year with the hope of providing students with the tools necessary to successfully transfer to a four-year college of their choice. “We feel like there is not enough outreach for these students,”...

CSUN officials anticipate a record 38,000 plus students to enroll this fall 2013

CSUN officials anticipate a record 38,000 plus students to enroll this fall 2013

Charlie Kaijo

August 25, 2013

University officials are expecting record numbers for students enrolled at CSUN this fall. More than 38,000 students have been accepted to the university and about 10,000 are incoming freshmen and transfer students alone. “We have more freshmen than we have ever had. We’re guessing 5,800 ...

Student pursues passion for community service

Kristin Hugo

May 5, 2011

Donning a shirt with a cartoon skeleton on it, colorful beaded bracelets and safety pins for earrings, Terry Marshall proves that things are not always what they seem. The transfer student, double majoring in child development and music therapy said she remains dedicated to community service, children and her Catholic faith. Mar...

Cancer survivor learns about true beauty

Steffanie Tate

May 4, 2011

Growing up, Tina Maskan was always the center of attention and the class clown. You could always count on her to turn any dull moment into a hysterically funny one. In 2007, at the age of 19, Maskan realized that something wasn’t right with her body. She went to the doctor and found out some things c...

Additional funding and classes for spring opens up enrollment for transfer students

Reanna Delgadillo

January 26, 2011

CSUN has opened enrollment and granted admission to transfer students as a result of additional funding and the opening of new classes. According to the CSUN Institutional Research website, 715 new transfer students will start their first semester at CSUN this spring as of January 13. Dr. Bettina...

SB 1440 makes transition from community college to CSUs easier

Reanna Delgadillo

December 9, 2010

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed into action a new Senate bill that will help reform the transfer process from California community colleges (CCC) to California State University (CSU) schools. Senator Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima) authored SB 1440, also known as the Student Transfer Achievement Reform...

Freshmen admission to decrease in the of Fall 2011

Reanna Delgadillo

October 13, 2010

The Undergraduate Studies program has taken on the task of reducing the number of first time freshmen by declaring impaction. CSUN, along with many other CSU’s, are enforcing new eligibility requirements for high school graduates who wish to come to CSUN for the Fall 2011 semester. “Impacting...

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