Support Graduate Studies
The Office of Graduate Studies supports CSUN students who are interested in applying to graduate school as well as those who are already matriculated into one of our 76 masters and 3 doctoral level graduate programs. We are the third largest CSU in terms of number of graduate students on campus and we provide various scholarship, mentorship, and fellowship opportunities to our students. We developed the Graduate Resources and Academic Development (GRAD) Center to provide support for graduate students and for all students aspiring to attend graduate school.
We want to help retain and support our students, including those who are first-generation, working parents, international, domestic non-resident, or dreamers, as they work toward earning their graduate degree. Donations will provide additional scholarships and supplemental workshop opportunities that will allow our students to focus on their studies. This will enable graduate students to enter the workforce better prepared, thereby supporting local businesses!
Donating to the Graduate Resources and Academic Development (GRAD) Center within the Graduate Studies Office will allow us to continue to support and impact the lives of students across the campus.