Student Programs

Cal Lutheran Undergrad Weekly

The Cal Lutheran Undergrad Weekly Update is published on Mondays at Cal Lutheran and is distributed electronically to traditional undergraduate students. CLU Faculty & Staff requests, please email Andrea Treptow at  Requests must be made one week prior to the actual event. 

Student Life Updates

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (clustudentlife)!

Student Life

Commuter Lunch
Thursday, April 16, 2015
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Come out for some pizza and ice cream!

Run to Save Innocence
April 18, 2015

Most people do not know that there are more slaves today that at any time in world history.
This run/walk will be a way to raise awareness for human trafficking in the United States and to raise money for a non-profit fighting this cause called Saving Innocence:

The race will begin at 9 am. in Buth Park (think swing sets!) on April 18th and will be a run/walk around campus. Free Noah's Bagel, friends, food, and fun to follow along with a keynote speaker.

Free t-shirts to first 300 registrants!

Wellness Programs

Biggest Loser Recognition Ceremony
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Lundring Events Center

Rec Sports


Cal Lutheran’s Hall Cup is a campus wide competition designed to create student engagement, friendly competition,and team work between all of Cal Lutheran's Resident Halls and Commuter Students. The competition will consist of 6 to 7 athletic tournaments that will test the dedication, commitment, and athletic skills of students across campus. The sports for this year long competition will include Darts, Kickball, Capture the Flag, Ultimate Frisbee, Ping Pong, Cosmic Dodgeball, and 3v3 Basketball. Each tournament will consist of teams from all Res Halls plus one Commuter Team. With each sport there are coed regulations for the amount of players per team and teams / individuals per sport. Please check with the sports rules and regulations for these policies. More information can be found on the Intramural Sports and Fitness Webpage. Please sign up for any of these tournaments with your RA for residents. Commuters can sign up by contacting


Community Service Center

Alternative Breaks Reunion and Conversation
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Jack's Corner

This will be an evening of reunion for all students that have gone on an Alternative Break trip in the past and an opportunity to share about this year’s trips, with the hope of getting other students interested. There will be s’mores and snacks for all, and presentations on past trips. If you have ever been interested in one of our trips and want to learn more, please come!

Transitional Leadership and Development

Stay tuned for more news from TLD!

Campus Offices


ELS Host Family

Would you like to have an international learning experience without the costs of traveling? Host an international student! You can learn about new cultures, create lifelong friendships, and help an international student learn English. In, addition you will receive $825 financial compensation per student every 4 weeks. If interested Crysta Bliss, the Housing Coordinator for ELS at or by phone 805-493-3498.

Scandinavian Festival at CLU
April 18-19, 2015
Work opportunities for CLU Students

The Scandinavian Festival is looking for CLU students to work in different areas of the Festival. If you enjoy working with children and the general public, this is an opportunity to earn $10/hour for the shifts you work. It does require you attend a ½ hour training session the week before the festival to learn the craft you will be helping with. You do not get paid for the training session, however, will be given a Festival T-shirt which we would like you to wear during the Festival.

To be eligible to be paid, you must have a Social Security Number. We cannot pay International Students if you are here on a study visa, as this would violate the conditions of the visa. Of course, you are welcome to volunteer your time! We can use all the help we can get.

*** If you want to see what volunteer options there are, look for the flyers that will be posted around campus. ***

Student Life Conference Funding Request

Is there a conference or event that you would like to attend,
but don't have enough money?

The office of Student Life is now granting funds (by way of application) to full-time traditional undergraduate students who want to attend a conference or event. Print out the form below and turn it in to Andrea Treptow at the Student Life & Programs Office.

Visit: This Link for more information about applications and deadlines.

Discount Ticket Sales at


Muvico $7.50

Pick up your tickets in Modular 2 at the front Desk.




Feedback Form