The university encourages the public to inquire about using Cal Lutheran facilities and grounds for private, corporate or nonprofit events and meetings. Excellent locations and competitive rates are available for retreats, seminars and reunions.
Community Counseling Services provides individual and group counseling services to the community. Services are provided by second-year students in the graduate psychology program and interns in the post-master's degree program. Licensed therapists supervise trainees. Sliding scale; no one is refused service due to inability to pay. Mon.-Sat. and evening appointments available at Matson House on campus. Call (805) 493-3390.
As a free service to the community, Cal Lutheran provides speakers for organizations and groups. Faculty, administrators and alumni offer engaging presentations on diverse topics including international relations, business and finance, social concerns, religion, education, personal development, arts and entertainment, sports and travel. Contact University Relations at (805) 493-3151 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Center for Leadership and Values provides a free online database to the community and University. It contains information on demographics, employment, education, healthcare, socio-economic conditions, and other data for the Tri-Counties region. http://www.venturaprofile.org/