Cal State Fullerton releases limited documents that led up to firing of former Dean of the Pollak Library Clem Guthro

Cal State Fullerton won’t release certain documents regarding the administration’s decision to fire Clem Guthro, the well-liked former Dean

Current graduation rates compared to the Graduation Initiative 2025 goal percentages

Cal State Fullerton’s Graduation Initiative 2025 seeks to raise graduation rates across the board

Graduating college in four years is no longer considered the norm in terms of graduation rate. In the 2016 study

exterior of university police department building

CSUF Crime: University Police sees lower arrest rates in all areas during spring 2018 semester

On May 3, three suspects were convicted in a case of kidnapping and robbery that occurred in the Nutwood


CSUF accommodates less student enrollment due to ‘high impaction’ status

There is no need to change the high impaction status of the university, said Darren Bush, Cal State Fullerton’s interim


North Orange County Basin, an area including CSUF, may become a Superfund site due to groundwater pollution

Just two miles from Cal State Fullerton, dangerous chemicals have leaked from the soil into the groundwater that supplies

An illustration of an ROTC student hold books

The Cal State Fullerton ROTC program gives students military experience outside of the classroom

The curriculum of the Reserve Officers Training Program, ROTC, is different than that of the average Cal State Fullerton


CSUF ASI Board of Directors approved $12,000 in funding for Tuffy’s Basic Needs Center and 19 other items at last meeting of 2017-18 academic year

The CSUF Associated Students board of directors approved 20 items at its last meeting of the 2017-18 academic year

Exterior of the nutwood cafe on the first floor of College Park

CSUF Campus Dining could be closing the Nutwood Cafe Grill sometime soon

Nutwood Cafe, on the first floor of College Park at CSUF, could be closing The Grill this summer. The


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