The HSI designation has allowed Cal Lutheran to receive Title III and V grants from the U.S. Department of Education. These grants allow the university to better address the needs of historically marginalized* students through tailored programs and resources. Click on each grant to learn more.
*refers to Latinx, Black/African American, Pacific Islander, Alaska Native, American Indian, and/or low-income students
ALLIES in STEM
Improving the enrollment, retention, and graduation rates for all underrepresented and historically marginalized* in STEM students.ALLIES in STEM
A partnership with Moorpark College to increase transfer success of historically marginalized students at both institutions.PROJECT CHESS
Increasing pathways for Latinx teachers in order to decrease disparities of diversity within the K-12 learning environment.educal
A collaboration with Oxnard College to increase STEM college-preparedness, retention, transfer and graduation rates in Ventura County for historically marginalized students in higher education.project acabado