Listings in Northridge
- Dominguez Hills4
- Long Beach2
- Los Angeles5
CSUN ASAP is a program designed to support academically disqualified students in navigating the path back to matriculation at CSUN. The program serves former CSUN students who have been academically disqualified, stopped out or left the institution before obtaining a degree, and/or very few courses to complete a CSUN degree.
The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) at California State University, Northridge designs, administers, and supports programs that deliver access and retention services to CSUN students. EOP provides services to historically low-income, historically educationally disadvantaged, first-generation college students; a population that not only reflects the diversity of CSUN’s feeder communities but also the diversity of the University itself.
CalFresh is a nutrition assistance program that helps low-income individuals and families buy the food they need. CalFresh dollars help stretch a tight food budget and help many people afford to incorporate healthy foods like fruits and vegetables into their diets.
Assistant Director – Patricia Gaynor, had the vision to assist students with their professional outfits. Patricia wanted to provide a resource at the Career Center where professional clothing was accessible to students. Patricia, along with the incredible help of student assistants, interns from FCS, and the support of the entire Career Center, successfully created a space where this vision became a reality.
The mission of the CSU Project Rebound Consortium is to support the higher education and successful reintegration of the formerly incarcerated through the mentorship and living example of other formerly incarcerated students, graduates, faculty, and staff.
In 1967, Irwin created Project Rebound as a way to matriculate people into San Francisco State University directly from the criminal justice system. Since the program’s inception, hundreds of formerly incarcerated people have obtained bachelor’s degrees and beyond. In 2016, with the support of the Opportunity Institute and the CSU Chancellor’s Office, Project Rebound expanded into a consortium of nine CSU campus programs.
At CSUN, Project Rebound was preceded by Revolutionary Scholars, a grassroots student organization started by two formerly incarcerated students to create a campus support system as an alternative to criminalization and incarceration.
Lily Gonzalez, Coordinator