Center for Equality and Justice

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

Center for Entrepreneurship

Dedicated to the study of entrepreneurship in both academic and real-world settings, the Center for Entrepreneurship's Westlake Center houses a full service co-work space where startups can operate, collaborate, and seek expert help.

Church Relations

Preserving and enhancing strong relationships between CLU and Lutheran congregations and synods of the Southwest, Church Relations offers resources to pastors, lay leaders and student-oriented leadership programs.

Community Counseling Center

Community Counseling Services provides affordable counseling to families, children, couples and individuals.

Community Leaders Association

As a community-based organization, CLA supports the students and faculty of California Lutheran University with fund-raising and community outreach events that promote the mission, vision, and values of the University.

Community Service Center

In keeping with Cal Lutheran's mission to educate leaders committed to service and justice, we work to create service opportunities that match both community needs and student interests.

Corporate Leaders Breakfast Series

The Corporate Leaders Breakfast Series brings business and civic leaders together to share ideas and hear from executives in the region.

KCLU Radio

NPR and award-winning local news. 88.3 FM in Ventura County, and 102.3 FM and 1340 AM in Santa Barbara County.

Kwan Fong Gallery of Art & Culture

The Gallery hosts art exhibitions throughout the year and is home to resident artists as they create new works on campus.

William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art

The William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art, located adjacent to the William Rolland Stadium, opened in October 2011.

Visitor's Guide

Find directions, campus locations, hotels and accommodations, and more.

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