We’re part of our community's lifeblood — an intellectual and cultural center for Orange County and beyond. We're a place of coming together, a place that adds depth to the human experience, a place where minds expand and opportunities flourish. From degree programs and symposia to exhibitions and performances, our impact is substantial and our responsibility great.
Mihaylo College of Business and Economic's annual and mid-year Economic Forecasts for the nation, Southern California and Orange County are extensively reported on and cited by the media and valued by business and government entities.
Established in 2009 as a partnership between Cal State Fullerton and Orange County through OC Parks, the Cooper Center is committed to the preservation, curation and management of the fossils and artifacts within the County for the purpose of scientific research, outreach and education. The artifacts and fossils managed by the Cooper Center have been accumulated over the last four decades from sites in Orange County, California, that have undergone Cultural Resource Management (CRM) studies. Such studies are conducted as part of the permitting process for the construction of houses, office buildings, roads, freeways and other urban developments. The collections at the Cooper Center include artifacts and fossils collected since the 1920s.
The Lawrence B. de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History maintains the largest regionally focused oral history archive in California, with more than 5,700 recorded interviews and related transcripts, photographs and other materials.
The College of the Arts presents more than 400 theater and dance performances, music concerts and recitals, art exhibitions and other special events.
The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival has named 10 CSUF productions regional finalists, with three productions selected for presentation at the Kennedy Center in our nation's capital.
Setting Grand Central Art Center apart from other gallery spaces in Southern California is the philosophy of art as a crucial part of the community — a philosophy that keeps with the center's history of civic involvement and its birth as a cornerstone for Santa Ana's Artists Village.
CSUF's College of the Arts is No. 11 among the top 25 Animation Schools and Colleges on the West Coast.
Each year, Cal State Fullerton draws thousands of devoted spectators to Titan sporting events. Our NCAA Division I program has yielded more than a dozen national team championships across seven different sports. The Titan Athletics program is not only meaningful to our student-athletes and a vibrant co-curricular life, but is a point of pride for the broader community.