CSU Leader
News and Information for California State University Leaders
Vol. 13, No. 3, February 13, 2014

CSU Fosters Transformative True Love

Love CSU

Love has the ability to transform the life of everyone it touches, and the CSU provides a gateway for students to find true love through their education on campus. More.

CSU Bolsters College Pathways during Super Sunday

During the month of February, CSU officials will speak to nearly 100,000 youth and their families at churches throughout the state about the value of a college degree. Leaders from the 23 CSU campuses will work together during CSU Super Sunday in a united effort to give underrepresented students the tools needed to successfully enter college. To date, almost 500,000 churchgoers have received information about financial aid, been introduced to the 23 CSU campuses and learned how to achieve academic success. More.

CSU Initiatives Increasing College Opportunity


The CSU leads the state in awarding the highest number of undergraduate degrees to students of color. Increasing the access, achievement, graduation and employment of students who have been historically underrepresented in higher education continues to be a strategic priority to the CSU. More.




In the News

SDSU Receives $20 MIL for Student Scholarships

San Diego State will create scholarships for 150 students annually thanks to a $20 million gift from San Diego philanthropist Conrad Prebys. More.

Sac State Construction Management Tops in Nation

Sac State’s Construction Management students won two national championships in Associated Schools of Construction's 27th annual competition. More.

CSUSB Garners $5 MIL NSF Grant

CSU San Bernardino received a $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to research new materials that can be used to help power devices from ultrasound systems to smart phones. More.

CSU Stanislaus to Hold Women Veterans Conference

CSU Stanislaus will host a Women Warrior Wellness Conference on Feb. 20 to generate support for women veterans and greater awareness of their needs. More.

Chico State Mental Health Programs Earn Seal of Approval

Chico State received the JedCampus Seal, which recognizes schools with comprehensive mental health promotion and suicide prevention programming. More.


Advocating for Students on the Hill

On February 26, Chancellor White will lead a group of CSU trustees, campus presidents and other CSU leaders to promote system priorities in Washington, D.C. More.


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