Centers & Institutes

Center for Academic Service Learning (CASL)

The mission of CASL is to promote service-learning as an integral and distinctive aspect of student learning at Cal Lutheran, and to foster university engagement in meaningful service that positively impacts and improves our communities.

Center for Economic Research and Forecasting (CERF)

If the success of your business or agency relies on accurate, well-documented forecasts about the economy, consider CERF.

Center for Entrepreneurship

We dedicated to the study of entrepreneurship for undergraduate and graduate students and house a full service co-work space where startups can operate, collaborate, and seek expert help.

Center for Equality and Justice (CEJ)

The Center for Equality and Justice will enable Cal Lutheran to broaden its reach into the community, support organizations with similar goals, and help students find meaningful service learning opportunities.

Center for Leadership and Values (CLV)

The Center for Leadership and Values provides resources, articles, speakers, and an extensive online database to promote discussions on value-based leadership.

Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)

The Center for Teaching and Learning provides faculty with resources for effective teaching and learning, helps faculty develop course redesigns and multimedia presentations, and sponsors a weekly lunch series on subjects related to teaching and learning.

Community Counseling Services

Providing affordable counseling services to the community, training for students in the Master of Science in Counseling Psychology program, and an active center for research.

Office for Undergraduate Research & Creative Scholarship (OURCS)

The Office for Undergraduate Research strives to support undergraduate research at Cal Lutheran in every possible way. All activities are aimed at increasing the number of students and faculty participating in undergraduate research and increasing the quality of this participation.

Segerhammar Center for Faith and Culture

In an effort to stimulate open communication and foster understanding, the Segerhammar Center strives to build bridges between the faith communities, academic theorists and leaders in professional life.

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