Cyn McCurry, a classical figurative artist, spent October painting and exhibiting her works in the Kwan Fong Gallery.
Eight new faculty were welcomed to CLU at the beginning of fall semester.
The Rev. Mark S. Hanson called CLU to work for justice and peace in the world during the Founders Day Convocation in October.
The Board of Regents began the search for a new president of California Lutheran University this fall.
KCLU brings journalist and author Scott Simon, host of NPR's Weekend Edition Saturday to Thousand Oaks.
Magazine received the Associated Collegiate Press All American Award with marks of distinction in all categories.
Grant from the U.S. Department of Education to fund the program for the next four years.
Completion of a social and behavioral sciences facility will lead the way for a new science facility and a performing arts center.
R. Guy Erwin, Ph.D., has been appointed to the position of Assistant to the President for University Ministries.
New program enables students to earn degree and preliminary teaching credential in four years instead of the traditional five.
CLU welcomes largest freshman class ever, along with a record number of graduate students.
Several campus projects have been completed during the past few months.
Two CLU alumni have teamed up to help fight complex crimes relating to government fraud.
Alumn founds company that produces and sells music to raise funds for children's charities around the world.
Kelly Tiller '06 to work with young people to help them find jobs.
Thomas R. McCambridge, Ph.D. re-examines liberal learning in recent speech to faculty.