The CSU works with a wide variety of organizations to create more college-ready high school graduates in California.
This initiative helps to grow the number of promising doctoral students who want to teach at the CSU.
Twenty-one of the system's 23 campuses meet the criteria of a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI), qualifying them for federal funding to expand educational opportunities for those of Hispanic descent.
With undergraduate enrollment of at least 10 percent Asian Americans and Native American Pacific Islanders, 14 CSU campuses qualify as AANAPISIs.
Our campuses are committed to providing an inclusive, safe environment for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning and asexual students.
Our 23 CSU campus presidents advise the system on issues that affect students and their families in underserved communities.
Reducing the achievement gap and reaching more prospective students are among the CSU's top priorities.
In 2014, Chancellor Timothy P. White formed this statewide committee, which issued a report with recommendations about ethnic studies programs.
The increasingly diverse faculty, staff and administrators of the CSU are profiled in this annual report.
The CSU strives to attract diverse, talented and highly trained faculty and staff.