At Cal Lutheran, our commitment to helping you grow and pursue your purpose doesn't stop at graduation.
Cal Lutheran readers are invited to get together in October, December and March to read and discuss different genres of literature including nonfiction, poetry and fiction. All are welcome to participate in this book club – students, staff, faculty, parents, alumni and community neighbors. As the name suggests, coffee will be brewed along with some enjoyable sweets to enhance the meetings.
Master classes in dance will be offered in the Gilbert Dance Studio from 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. A Thrill the World Event will be held in Kingsmen Park at 2 p.m. The day's events are funded by a grant from the CLU Community Leaders Association and held in conjunction with World Dance for Humanity.
Alumni in the News
Jeffery Burgh, the acting auditor since April 2013, was appointed to the position by county supervisors.
Admirals first baseman excels early in season
It's time to defy health-care mandates issued by bureaucrats not in the healing profession, writes Daniel F. Craviotto, a CLU alumnus and orthopedic surgeon.
Gerald Halweg has co-written "The Lamb That Wanted to Be a Dog," based on vintage photos of Thousand Oaks.
At Cal Lutheran, our commitment to helping you grow and pursue your purpose doesn't stop at graduation. By providing communications and programs that connect alumni to one another and to the resources of the university, we take an active role in helping you continue to expand your impact. Because we believe that people who discover and follow their purpose can transform a community – and the world.