Support Matador Students
The following departments comprise the Division of Student Affairs, and support the development and wellbeing of all Matadors. Click on one of the programs at the bottom of this page to learn more about how your financial contributions can help support students by providing them with the basic necessities to focus on their academics and succeed in their studies.
Associated Students - Student government and advocacy, leadership, entertainment, transportation subsidy, recreational and competitive sports, a Children’s Center, sustainability education, and legal clinic.
CSUN with a Heart (Basic Needs) – Food and housing insecurity and emergency financial support, mental and physical well-being help, and support communities.
Career Center - Career exploration, advisement, job preparedness, resume development, interview attire, job and internship search strategies.
Center on Disabilities – Technological and human assistance and training.
Disability Resources and Educational Services – Individualized student strategies: additional time to take tests, one-on-one academic coaching, technology training, and career development.
Financial Aid and Scholarship Department – Grants, Work-Study, loans and scholarships. Financial Literacy Program addresses credit, student loans, building a college financial plan, and money management.
International and Exchange Student Center – International student advisement, orientation, academic advisement referrals, and personal support. Assists those who wish to study abroad in domestic exchange programs.
Klotz Student Health Center - Free and low-cost care for routine or urgent medical matters, dental and optometry clinics, and chiropractic care.
Matador Involvement Center – Student clubs and organizations, volunteer projects, and fraternities and sororities.
National Center on Deafness – Sign language interpreters and notetakers for classrooms and co-curricular activities, advisement, tutoring, scholarships, career and leadership opportunities.
Office of Admissions – Application and admissions processes for resident, out-of-state and international undergraduate applicants, and international graduate applicants.
Office of the Registrar – Class enrollment and verification assistance for regularly matriculated students, degree planning, records and transcripts, and baccalaureate graduation.
Student Affairs Information Technology - Division of Student Affairs web technology, and student-centric online services.
Student Development and Transitional Programs – Commencement, Honors Convocation, New Student Orientation, and Matador Mentors for first-time students.
Student Housing and Conference Services - Convenient residential options, academic assistance and programming.
Student Outreach and Recruitment Services - Undergraduate student relations, assists with admission communications, and coordinates pre-enrollment activities.
University Counseling Services - Free individual and group counseling, outreach and training.
University Student Union - Speakers, activities, student employment, food options, study areas, TV lounge, computer lab, Student Recreation Center, Pride Center, Veteran’s Resource Center, Oasis Wellness Center, and DREAM Center.