California State University - Fullerton
Founded in 1957, California State University Fullerton (CSUF) is a major regional university in an area that includes Orange County, metropolitan Los Angeles and the Inland Empire. It is a leading campus of the California State University, serving as an intellectual and cultural center for Southern California and driver of workforce and economic development. The university is an emerging national model for supporting student success through innovative high-impact educational and co-curricular experiences, including faculty-student collaborative research.
Clubs and organizations at California State University Fullerton represent the most visible and accessible avenue to student involvement. There are over 375 clubs and organizations to suit a various interests, fields of study and cultural pursuits, including social, academic, sport, faith, community service, and more. The university’s Sports Clubs program provides high-quality, structured, competitive and fun activities that offer participants the opportunity to experience physical, social and emotional growth in a safe and fun learning environment.
It is primarily a community-based institution, with three on-campus residence facilities. The Cal State Fullerton Alumni Association is a not-for-profit auxiliary organization of the university that represents the university’s more than 265,000 alumni and provides ways for current students and alumni to be involved with campus initiatives and activities. In addition, the association provides students and graduates with networking, educational and social activities.
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