News and Events from the Tseng College

Labor Day Closure Notice

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Classes will not be in session and university offices will be closed in observance of the Labor Day holiday from Saturday, August 30, through Monday, September 1. The Department of Police Services will be staffed during the closure and can be reached at 818-677-2111.

Semester at CSUN Students Get Ready for Fall

Semester at CSUN students line up for orientation at CSUN's Noski Auditorium.

(Aug. 21, 2014) - The Tseng College welcomed about 175 students from around the world today in the Semester at CSUN program, with an orientation about the campus the local area. “The campus is lively with a strong community and activities,” said Vanessa Andrade, international programs and outreach manager for the Tseng College’s Intensive English and University Pathways Programs (IEUP). “More than 90 different nationalities attend. It... Read more

Tseng College Hosts U.S. Constitution Event

U.S. Constitution Day

(Aug. 13, 2014) – Explore how political parties got their start and the purpose they serve at a special presentation hosted by the Tseng College Sept. 13 in honor of U.S. Constitution Day. CSUN history professor James Sefton and John Evans, political science professor at the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire will give a spirited talk on “The Constitution and Political Parties: Burden or Boon?” “Each year the CSUN campus celebrates the... Read more

Open University Starts August 25

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(July 30, 2014) – Community members can register for Fall 2014 CSUN classes through Open University, a program administered by the Tseng College. Open University allows students not enrolled at CSUN to take academic-credit classes on a space-available basis, if they get the instructor’s permission and meet course prerequisites. The California State University’s division of Extended and Continuing Education notes, “If you are a community... Read more

M.S. Taxation Professor Wins Outstanding Professor Award

Professor Rafi Efrat

(July 18, 2014) - Congratulations to CSUN accountancy professor Rafi Efrat for recognition by the California Society of Certified Public Accountants with the 2014 Outstanding Educator Award. The award recognizes full-time college accounting educators for leadership, teaching excellence and contributions to accounting education. Prof. Efrat devotes himself to helping students understand day-to-day practice as well as accounting... Read more

Summer Session at CSUN

(July 2, 2014) - Whether you’re a student at any college who needs academic credit, a community member who would like to take a university class without going through the formal admissions process, or someone who wants specialized knowledge in a field, CSUN offers more than 150 Summer Session classes starting July 9. Subjects include, business, education, engineering, ethnic studies, health science, history and science, with many... Read more

Tseng College Expands International Outreach

(June 16, 2014) - The Tseng College joins more than 600 universities and colleges around the world June 23-25 at an Education Forum sponsored by EducationUSA in Washington, D.C. EducationUSA operates under the U.S. Department of State and maintains advising centers around the world for college and university students who want to study abroad. “As a repeat participant, I’m excited to meet EducationUSA representatives from around the... Read more

M.S. Taxation Students Taught Power of Networking

Keith S. Dolabson, CPA

(May 31, 2014) - In a profession built around numbers, figures and legal codes, accountants still need to get outside of their offices and to network, emphasized Keith S. Dolabson, CPA, guest speaker at CSUN's Master of Science in Taxation class. Accountants prepare and examine financial records and also ensure accurate and timely tax preparation and filing. They can be found in business, legal and litigation, estate planning,... Read more

Communication Disorders Graduates Ready for Workforce

Graduates Danielle Yett (top) and Dawn Gipson

(May 20, 2014) - Hundreds of families and friends cheered graduates of the Master of Science in Communication Disorders and Sciences: Speech-Language Pathology program at a convocation and graduation this week at CSUN. Fifty-four students from around the country completed the online version of the two-and-a-half year program, administered by The Tseng College in collaboration with CSUN’s College of Health and Human Development. Speech-... Read more

Assistive Technology Student Wins Scholarship

Congratulations to Lyndon Dunbar, a student in the Tseng College’s master of science in Assistive Technology Studies and Human Services (ATHS) program, a recipient of the new Jane Small Scholarship for Advocates for People with Disabilities. Jennifer Kalfsbeek-Goetz, the Tseng College’s assistant dean of program development, and her husband Jack Goetz, academic lead for the Tseng College’s certificate in Mediation and Conflict Resolution,... Read more

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