The California State University Office of Federal Relations works in Washington, D.C. to advance the interests of the nation’s largest four-year public university system.
The 23-campus CSU system consistently provides an outstanding return on federal investments in its students, institutions and research.
Learn About 2019-20 Priorities
See committee assignments, campuses served and alumni status of the state’s 55-member delegation.
Meet the Delegation
Meet the Washington, D.C.-based staff of Federal Relations,led by assistant vice chancellor Jim Gelb.
Every CSU campus designates an individual to act as the representative for the campus to the state Legislature.
As an entity that employs federal lobbyists, the CSU and its employees are subject to restrictions when working with members of Congress and Congressional staff.