CSU Chancellor Mildred García

Dr. Mildred García serves as chancellor of the California State University​ and is ​the first Latina in the nation to lead a four-year public university system. Chancellor García is a strong advocate for public higher education and has previously served as president of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) and as president of both CSU Dominguez Hills and Cal State Fullerton.

The CSU is the nation’s largest four-year public ​university system, providing transformational opportunities for upward mobility to more than 450​,000 students from all socioeconomic backgrounds—​nearly one-third of whom are the first in their families to attend college. Its 23 universities, which stretch from Cal Poly Humboldt in the north to San Diego State in the south, prepare students for life-changing careers and power California and the nation.

Meet the Chancellor

Chancellor’s Communications

The Chancellor's Communications

Statements, interviews, addresses, acknowledgments, speeches and more.

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A few highlights from Chancellor García’s engagements, events and meetings.

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Past and Present Chancellors

Past and Present Chancellors

Meet the 10 previous chancellors of the California State University.

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The Chancellor’s Office

 The Office of the Chancellor serves as the headquarters of the CSU system. 

401 Golden Shore, Long Beach, CA 90802
(562) 951-4000

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