This 2014-15 report highlights the work the CSU does with more than 3,200 community partners throughout California.
Learn How We Engage
The CSU campuses’ service learning programs focus on a variety of areas of need in the community, including:
This program places volunteers in CSU campus science, technology, engineering and math departments, and institutes to encourage STEM success in underrepresented students.
Each of the 23 campuses has its own creative approach to community service learning.
Do you want to lead programs that combine community service and instruction?
Search by campus or topic—from access to higher education to youth development—to find research being done in communities across the state.
The CSU Super Saturday and Super Sunday events are just one part of an initiative that encourages more young people to go to college.
Learn More About the Programs
Improving college access and graduation rates for Asian American and Pacific Islanders is the goal of these programs.
Find Out About “Journey to Success” and More
Did you know that 20 CSU campuses are designated Hispanic-Serving Institutions? The CSU serves the Latino community with events like Feria de Educación.
Discover the CSU Latino Initiative
The Native American Initiative succeeds by increasing the number of students from Tribal Nations who attend and earn a degree from the CSU.
Learn About the Program
Engaging moms and dads is crucial to a student’s success—especially that of a first-generation college student.
Learn About the Parent Institute for Quality Education
If you’re an active-duty member of the armed forces, a veteran, or a military spouse or family member, this initiative can help you complete your degree.
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