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We are nationally recognized for the diversity of our students, but the real pride we feel is knowing how that diversity enriches the student educational experience. By learning from differing backgrounds and perspectives, our graduates are strengthened, inspired and ready to excel in the workforce, in further education and as emergent leaders in their communities.


 

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No. 1 in California and No. 2 in the nation

for the number of bachelor's degrees awarded to Hispanics.  footnote

 

 

No. 6

in the nation in awarding baccalaureate degrees to underrepresented students  footnote

 

Celebrating our LGBTQ Community

through LGBTQ History Month, the Lavender Pride graduation ceremony, and special speakers and events

 

Center for Asian Languages Planned

CSUF's National Resource Center for Asian Languages improves the teaching, learning and research of Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese.

Fall 2016 Student Enrollment by Ethnicity-Race

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CSUF Office of Institutional Research & Analytical Studies (fall 2016); *ethnicity data is unavailable for international students

 

3,269 international students from 90 nations

 

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57% of bachelor's degree recipients are first-generation university graduates  footnote

 

 

 

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Recruiting Black, Hispanic Men for Teaching Workforce

CSUF Among 10 Institutions Nationwide Selected for AACTE Initiative