California Lutheran University Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Leanne Neilson and her husband, George, have donated $100,000 to establish an Emergency Support Scholarship Endowment.
The departments of music and of theater and dance at California Lutheran University are joining forces to present "The Pirate Queen," an epic musical adventure featuring two powerful women of the 16th century.
The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival awarded California Lutheran University’s “columbinus” a Distinguished Performance and Production Ensembles Award and a Citizen Artist Award. This is the first time a Cal Lutheran production has won national awards.
The largest Nordic festival in Southern California will return to California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on April 6 and 7.
Some of California’s most talented sidewalk artists will transform flat concrete pathways across California Lutheran University into colorful masterpieces on April 1 and 2.
After traveling to the Netherlands in 2017 and Miami in 2018, The Representational Art Conference is returning to the Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach, where two California Lutheran University faculty members launched it seven years ago.
Teams will compete to design the most creative solutions to challenges faced by people on the autism spectrum during a free event at California Lutheran University.
A Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI) executive who oversaw a four-county energy innovation initiative will speak at the next California Lutheran University Corporate Leaders Breakfast.
California Lutheran University is launching a film and TV major in fall in response to strong student interest in related classes, activities and careers.
California Lutheran University is hosting a free clothing swap in conjunction with an art exhibit that examines the harmful effects of fast fashion.
California Lutheran University and Meadows Arts and Technology Elementary School (MATES) have formed a unique partnership to provide undergraduates with more fieldwork opportunities and the public charter school staff and students with additional support and resources.
At the request of commuter students, California Lutheran University is offering traditional undergraduate classes at off-campus centers for the first time this semester.
California Lutheran University has been invited to stage "columbinus" at the Region VIII Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, a particularly meaningful honor after the Borderline shooting rocked the campus and curtailed the originally scheduled public performances.
California Lutheran University’s Center for Economic Research and Forecasting (CERF) has joined the select group of contributors to The Wall Street Journal’s Economic Forecasting Survey.