"Beautiful afternoon isn’t it?"
I had just sat down on a couch in the Student Union Building. A gentleman was peering at me over the Los Angeles Times.
"Yes?" I said anxiously. I was waiting for an interview with Bill Rosser, VP of Student Affairs and couldn't help but be nervous. The gentleman offered some of his sandwich and some conversation about the CLU campus. I felt at ease and very comfortable. I was also glad to hear a bit more about the campus before my interview.
After a few minutes, he packed up his lunch and introduced himself as Bill Rosser! From that day on, I have felt CLU is a campus that is comfortable and relaxed. Just like Bill, CLU cares about people over titles, students over tuition, and the stories that are created.
My son was born four days after KCLU went live on the air.
She kept my interest in counseling while igniting my passion for knowledge and desire to become a professor one day.
Tom tried something new- a business class. He liked it and did well.
I think this is one of CLU’s strong points- there were always faculty members encouraging us to press on.
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