Listings in Los Angeles
- Los Angeles5
- Dominguez Hills4
- Long Beach2
Cal State LA has established multiple initiatives to address the needs of students struggling with food and housing security concerns. Food and housing insecurity can have a profound impact on the health and wellbeing of our students and, as a direct corollary, on their academic success. Cal State LA offers food security services, emergency housing, and financial assistance to support students’ progress toward graduation.
The Faculty Fellows for the Public Good program is intended to encourage and promote engaged scholarship and interdisciplinary interaction around the central theme of the University and the public good. Engaged scholarship redefines the focus of faculty research from the application of academic expertise to the practice of community engagement. In doing so, it involves faculty in a reciprocal partnership with the community in a manner that not only works across disciplines; but also integrates the faculty roles of teaching, research, and service.
The Educational Opportunity Program helps first-generation, undergraduate students from California overcome social and economic barriers to attaining a higher education. We provide EOP-eligible students with admission, transitional and academic assistance. Our goal is to give students the support they need to thrive and earn their degree.
Project Rebound assists formerly incarcerated individuals seeking to enroll at Cal State LA with support. Project Rebound was started in 1967 by Professor John Irwin at San Francisco State University. The program is staffed by students who have had prior incarceration experiences. The program offers an alternative to the revolving door policy of the criminal justice system by offering a program, which encourages students to excel in a course of study. The program seeks to encourage full time students who are motivated to succeed in a field of a study which leads to a Baccalaureate Degree.
Project Rebound serves as a liaison and advocate with campus services and programs as well as with community organizations. By offering resources and connections with supportive entities, Project Rebound attempts to help students with their basic needs so that they can concentrate on their studies and achieve educational and personal empowerment
The Network: Men’s Success Initiative supports the development of undergraduate students of color who self-identify as men and their allies. We want our men to grow, thrive, succeed, and build a cohesive community here on campus.