News and Events from the Tseng College

VITA Offers Free Tax Preparation


(February 5, 2016) - If you're getting nervous thinking about filing your taxes, don't panic! Help is on the way to get your forms filled in and submitted by the April 18 deadline! Volunteers with the VITA Clinic will share their specialized knowledge in taxes! And it's free! Those with household annual incomes of less than $54,000 can take advantage of the clinic's expertise.  "Many low-income households cannot afford to pay a tax... Read more

International Students Join CSUN for Spring 2016

Semester at CSUN students are ready for their L.A. tour

(January 25, 2015) - Nearly 100 new international students join us for Spring classes! They flew from around the globe to study English and take classes through our International Programs and Partnerships (IPP).  And their education extends beyond dry book learning. IPP makes sure they get to explore Los Angeles and learn about American culture. They already went to Hollywood & Highland, Santa Monica and Griffith Park Observatory. ... Read more

Open House for Grad Programs in Business 2016

Juniper Hall

(January 13, 2016) - The quiet weekend at CSUN will pop with activity February 20 as CSUN's David Nazarian College of Business and Economics welcomes the public to an open house for its graduate programs this Saturday. Come get your questions answered about applying for CSUN's MBA, M.S. Accountancy, and Grenoble Doctor of Business Administration programs. The M.S. Taxation and the University Certificate in Business Administration --... Read more

UBI Global Honors LA Cleantech Incubator

LACI UBI Global Honors Award

(January 4, 2016) - Congratulations to Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator for recognition as a top business incubator! UBI Global ranked LACI third on its list of Top University Associated Business Incubators of 2015. UBI Global has an international portfolio of members dedicated to working with colleges and universities, government agencies and entrepreneurs throughout the world to launch new business start-ups.  “LACI has over 70 mentors... Read more

You're Invited to Open University!

Open University

As the Fall semester winds down, it's time to think about 2016! You can register for Spring-semester classes through Open University, even if you're not enrolled at CSUN. So long as you meet course requirements, space is available and the instructor approves, you can sign up! If you've been out of college for awhile and want to come back, or if you'd like to take a class to advance your career or try out a new field of study, then Open... Read more

Breakfast Series Launches Dec. 1


Learn how to turn your business plan into reality at our new Breakthrough Breakfast Series! CSUN alum Larry Twersky, CEO of Timer Cap LLC, will share success strategies and answer your questions! Enjoy a free breakfast and exchange ideas as you network with others and learn about successful business start-ups! The Tseng College, CSUN Alumni Association and the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator sponsor this exciting event! Date:... Read more

Students Can Still Register for Spring 2016 Programs

Bachelor of Arts in Public Sector Management

(November 4, 2015) - With the holidays approaching, you may think it’s too late to apply for a Spring 2016 degree program. But that’s not necessarily so. You can still apply for several of our programs, even though classes start as early as January 2016.  The Bachelor of Arts in Public Sector Management has a Nov. 16 application deadline. It meets online and at Pasadena City Hall starting Jan. 20. This degree-completion program... Read more

Winter Term Approaches

Winter Term 2015-2016

(October 12, 2015) - Make the most out of winter break by enrolling in a Winter Term course! You can choose from nearly 50 classes that run three to four weeks from Dec. 23-Jan. 22. Many of them meet online, so you don't even have to come to campus! Cut down the time to graduation or squeeze in a class to get ahead! Anyone in the community can take a class, so check out the schedule and register now!

MSW Meets Urgent Need for Communities

Female and toddler girl facing and smiling at each other

Tell someone you want to be a social worker, and it’s likely they won’t know exactly what that entails. Social workers are deeply involved in enhancing their clients’ well-being and improving their quality of life. From social services and crisis intervention to social reform and community development, social workers are actively engaged in helping those around them and their communities. A Master of Social Work (MSW) makes all these counseling... Read more

Foreign Policy Talk Draws Community to Campus

History professor James Sefton

(Sept. 12, 2015) - The Constitution came alive at our Constitution Day celebration! History professor James Sefton and political science professor John Evans led a presentation on the centuries-old conflict of who has the real foreign policy power: the president or Congress. "Our Constitution Day celebration gives us an opportunity each year to bring together participants to look at the past so we can better understand and prepare for... Read more