Whether you’re new Titan or have been on campus for many years, staying connected to our community is the key to success at CSUF.
Check below for ways to get involved in the community or ways to help diversity and inclusion efforts on campus. For more information on making local cultural connections, check out our Cultural Engagement Guide .
Faculty and Staff Associations
Our campus offers seven faculty and staff associations for our employees to find community:
- Black Faculty and Staff Association (BFSA)
- Asian American Pacific Islander Faculty and Staff Association (AAPIFSA)
- Chicano/Latino Faculty and Staff Association (CLFSA)
- Pride Alliance
- Researchers and Critical Educators (RACE)
- Undocu Ally Faculty and Staff Association (UAFSA)
- Veterans Staff and Faculty Association (VSFA)
For more information on membership, please visit Faculty and Staff Associations .
Diversity Initiatives Center
Diversity Initiatives & Resource Centers (DIRC) empower, educate, and engage students and the Titan community through co-curricular learning. We provide support for students to expand their cultural competence and identity development. Check out the five cultural identity centers for more information.
Disability Support Services
Disability Support Services (DSS) at CSUF is a civil rights office committed to providing access to students with disabilities and equal opportunities to demonstrate knowledge and abilities.
This is a campus-wide responsibility, and we promote an accessible community where diversity is celebrated and barriers are removed. Our work is framed through the lens of human dignity and social justice so students acquire a sense of agency, advocacy and equitable, meaningful experiences.
Check out the DSS website for more information on how to register for services, programs and events to learn more about supporting people with disabilities on campus.
Veterans Resource Center
The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) at Cal State Fullerton supports military-connected students academically, personally, and professionally. We continuously engage with students to meet them wherever they are and to guide them along their path to success. We believe that only through unity can we hope to meet the varied needs of our students, which is why our center is and will continue to be an inclusive space for all.
Check out the VRC website for more information on seeking support or ways to engage with their programs and trainings.
Male Success Initiatives
The purpose of the Male Success Initiative (MSI)-Fullerton is to support and advance the potential of undergraduate men of color. This is accomplished by providing tailored programming and services that empower male students of color with the skills and knowledge needed to foster academic success; establish a support network of mentors; increase graduation & retention rates; and strengthen the sense of brotherhood among all CSUF students who self-identify as men of color (African American, Hispanic/Latino, Asian-American/Pacific Islander, American Indian, multiracial men, and men of trans experience). Check out the MSI website for more information on resources, programs, and ways to get involved.
With over 300 clubs and organizations to choose from, CSUF offers a variety of cultural, interest, and academic based ways to connect. Visit TitanLink to find one that’s right for you!