We know you learn best when you can roll up your sleeves and dive in. That's why we offer hands-on opportunities that give you the freedom to explore your passion through real-world work and prepare for a fulfilling career.

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Academic Programs

Choosing the right major starts with a simple question: What are you passionate about?

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University Honors Program

If you're ready for an academic challenge worthy of your ambition, look no further.

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Faculty
Our Faculty

Our professors are invested in your personal and academic success from day one.

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Engage the world with integrity.

We cultivate a liberal arts learning environment that is student-centered, welcoming, and inclusive. We encourage students, faculty, and staff to explore and expand knowledge and to contribute their talents and abilities to fully engage their communities and world with integrity.​

The Cal Lutheran Experience

Art
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Opened in 2017, the William Rolland Art Center provides modern facilities for the Cal Lutheran Art and Multimedia departments. This venue contains spaces for visual arts such as painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, and sculpture. Also included are computer labs, video and audio editing suites, as well as a virtual reality and video production studio. A gallery space displaying student work is located at the entrance.

Criminology and Criminal Justice
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Teaching and mentoring experiential learning through research, instruction, and service has provided unique opportunities and invaluable academic growth for myself and my students. Our passions are deepened and our horizons are expanded.

Schannae Lucas
Associate Professor
Physics
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My research was in the area of neutrino physics, in association with the MicroBooNE collaboration at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. I was interested in coming up with a function to describe the optical response of a photomultiplier tube while submerged in liquid argon. This function would aid in reducing simulation time for MicroBooNE. From this project, I learned how to design and construct a small scale experiment, collect and analyze data, and produce a talk and scientific paper on my findings.

Eric Henderson '14

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