Come to a virtual celebration of Constitution Day Sept 12, 10 a.m.! The annual event delves into Constitutional issues of particular relevance today. Every year the Tseng College hosts a presentation about the Constitution to commemorate the signing of the document on Sept. 17, 1787. This year the discussion focuses on the Fourth Amendment and... Continue reading about Constitution Day
Join us virtually for August info sessions for the Master of Knowledge Management and Master of Public Administration. Attend online from anywhere you live or work. Get all your questions answered! The Master of Knowledge Management info session meets Aug. 12, 6-7 p.m.
Campus classrooms are quiet, but classes are more dynamic than ever! All programs offered through the Tseng College will run in a virtual format this fall. That includes the Intensive English Program, which for the first time won’t greet students in person. “IEP will be fully online in the fall,” said Vanessa Andrade, director of International... Continue reading about Fall 2020 Intensive English Program
Join the live webinar, Coronavirus Crossroads – Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Local Governments, June 16, 10-11 a.m. The free Zoom event features Master of Public Administration faculty David Cain, MPA; Shauna Clark, MBA; and Steven Wantz, MPA. The panel will give strategies to help state and local governments respond in the wake of COVID-19.... Continue reading about COVID-19 Webinar
We’re just starting summer, but it’s never too soon to plan for fall! Event if you’re not a CSUN student, you can take classes through Open University. Classes will be offered in a virtual format this fall, meaning your can take your class online, from the comfort of your home. Choose from more than 6,000 classes to learn a new skill or reach... Continue reading about Fall 2020 Open University
The COVID-19 crisis has people worried about their livelihoods and their future. In response, The California State University Chancellor’s Office – in collaboration with Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE) units of CSU campuses – launches Courses for Causes. Anyone can take these free, short-term classes.
CSUN Summer Session [will now be offered virtually in an online format. And you don’t have to be enrolled at CSUN to register for Summer Session. Anyone in the community can take an academic-credit class so long as course requirements are met. Choose from more than 600 classes offered during three separate sessions, May 26-Aug 18. Because all... Continue reading about Summer Session 2020
The Tseng College continues its online Information Sessions for upcoming programs, so don’t miss out! For your convenience, all these information sessions will be offered online. Program managers and faculty will give you the latest updates about classes, program requirements, financial aid and tuition. They’ll answer all your questions. Find a... Continue reading about Information Sessions moving to online
Meet Gary Powers Jr., the son of famed Cold War pilot Francis Gary Powers, at a special presentation, “Cold War Controversy: The Capture and Release of Francis Gary Powers, U-2 Spy Pilot”. The event takes place Monday, March 23, 2-3:30 p.m., at the Oviatt Library in the Jack & Florence Ferman Presentation Room. Gary Powers Jr. will talk... Continue reading about Gary Powers Jr.
Tax season is under way, and so is help with tax preparation. Don’t struggle alone. If you earn no more than $56,000 a year, CSUN’s VITA Clinic may provide free help. “We are excited to launch our 50th year of providing free tax preparation to residents of the San Fernando Valley and beyond,” said Rafi Efrat, the Bookstein Chair in Taxation and... Continue reading about Free Tax Prep Help