California Lutheran University is expanding its Public Price Promise program to match the costs of all University of California undergraduate campuses.
Propelled by an increasing graduation rate, California Lutheran University has risen to its highest spot ever in the U.S. News Best Colleges rankings — eighth among the 130 ranked regional universities throughout 15 Western states.
With most students and employees fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the fall semester at California Lutheran University marks a return to almost all in-person classes.
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded California Lutheran University a five-year $1.39 million grant to help lower the high school dropout rate in South Oxnard and increase the number of students who enter and graduate from college.
During the fall semester, California Lutheran University will launch a Spanish media minor — the only one at a private college in Southern California — to help fill the need for bilingual journalists who understand Latino culture.
Cristallea K. Buchanan, the head of inclusion and diversity for American Honda Motor Co., will be the inaugural vice president for talent, culture and diversity for California Lutheran University.
Undergraduate student merges her passion for art and chemistry by researching the Ellsworth La Boyteaux Collection of New Guinea Artifacts to better understand the ceremonial practices of their makers.
Teacher candidates join forces with veteran teachers at local partner schools to gain the experience and professional development needed to excel in education.
Cal Lutheran professors who took sabbaticals during the pandemic might have had to shift projects or plans, but they emerged energized and more enlightened.
Of all her many accomplishments during her 24 years at Cal Lutheran, Juanita Hall is proudest of making a difference in people’s lives.
Adjustments made necessary by the pandemic brought new understanding about how Cal Lutheran can better serve students and increase its outreach in the future.