Commencement gradudates

Congratulations to the Class of 2018! More than 11,500 graduates will receive their diplomas this month. Students in 135 undergraduate majors, 87 master’s programs and two doctorate programs will march in cap and gown at the Oviatt Library Lawn. Tickets are required, but if you can’t make it in person, catch the ceremonies on YouTube or Facebook.

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Professor Rafi Efrat, Director, M.S. Taxation program

Tax Day recently passed, but learning about tax law never ends. Even experts have to keep up with changing rules. And while most people wouldn’t call a day of tax talk fun, professionals in the field look forward to CSUN’s taxation get together. The Alumni Association hosts the 2018 Bookstein Institute Tax Development Conference May 4 and expects a big crowd. “We have several Master of Science Taxation faculty presenting, and students may attend as well,” said Accountancy Professor Rafi Efrat, director of the M.S. Taxation program and the Bookstein Institute. The Bookstein Institute for Higher Education in Taxation organized the annual event.

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Summer Session 2018

Springtime is on the way, but we’re jumping a season ahead to Summer! More than 600 Summer Session classes will launch starting May 29.  You don’t have to be a CSUN student to take them. Anyone in the community can register for these academic-credit classes so long as they meet course requirements. Choose from three separate sessions: May 29-Aug. 21; May 29-July10; and July 11-Aug. 21. Whatever your field or interest, CSUN has a class for you.

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VITA Clinic signs

It’s tax preparation time, but help is on the way! CSUN’s VITA Clinic provides free tax preparation and filing if your annual household income is $54,000 or less. The David Nazarian College of Business and Economics administers the annual program through the Bookstein Institute for Higher Education in Taxation.

“This year the VITA Clinic offers free tax preparation services, along with financial education, at sites throughout Los Angeles County,” said Rafi Efrat, Professor of Accountancy, Director of the Bookstein Institute for Higher Education in Taxation, and Director of the M.S. Taxation program. We offer services six days per week throughout the tax season. This year we also are collaborating with Citi and the Veterans Administration to serve veterans in Los Angeles County at nine dedicated sites.”

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Spring 2018 Open University

Register for Open University starting January 29!  Even if you’re not regularly enrolled at CSUN, you can take an academic-credit class through Open University. Weekday classes start Jan. 22, and anyone in the community has a chance to sign up. Choose from thousands of classes offered in dozens of subject areas.

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CSUN Gets High Ranking in Social Mobility Index

Congratulations to CSUN for rising to the top 1% of the 2017 Social Mobility Index by CollegeNET! CSUN placed 13th out of 1,363 colleges and universities nationally.

The ranking measures the commitment of higher education to success and opportunity for economically disadvantaged students. “The Social Mobility Index helps policymakers determine which colleges are addressing the national problem of economic mobility,” said Jim Wolfston, CEO of CollegeNET. “Administrators have a better chance to help strengthen U.S. economic mobility and the promise of the American Dream if they can identify and learn from the colleges that are skilled at doing this.”

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Liberal Studies Degree to Launch in Fall 2018

Expand your mind and increase your competitiveness in the workplace! CSUN’s new online Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies gives busy professionals an expanded perspective.   If you finished lower-division classes but never got your degree, this program is for you! It will give you new ways to think and expand your insight.  At the same time, you’ll get strategies to address local and global challenges in the workplace and in your life.

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Samantha from Alumni Relations and Sherry from the Tseng College

Homes are expensive, California unemployment runs higher than national levels, and an inland versus coastal economy splits California. Even so, business activity and venture capital are way up, many fields are projected to grow, and California is a center of design and innovation. Jeffrey Kravetz, regional investment director of The Private Client Reserve of U.S.

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Winter Term 2017-2018

Finish a semester-length class in just a few weeks in Winter Term! You can spend the time between Fall finals and the start of the Spring semester completing an academic-credit course. CSUN offers two Winter Term components: Dec. 21-Jan. 18 (online classes), and Jan. 2-19 (face-to-face classes). Get a class out of the way before the Spring semester starts. You don’t even have to be enrolled at CSUN to take a Winter Term class.

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