CSUN Welcomes Students Back to Campus

  • CSUN Navigators, faculty and staff volunteers, greeted students with a smile the first day of classes on Aug. 26. The employees were trained to provide assistance to students and to demonstrate the university’s new CSUN Mobile App. Photo by Lee Choo.

  • CSUN’s Information Technology staff assisted students and others with computer issues in the Delmar T. Oviatt Library’s new Learning Commons area. The Learning Commons has transformed the first floor of the library into a library of the future with a coffee house, comfortable chairs and charging stations for smartphones and tablets. Photo by Lee Choo.

  • CSUN faculty and staff volunteers serve food at the President’s Picnic on Wednesday, Aug. 28. The picnic, held on Bayramian Hall Lawn, is an annual event that takes place at the beginning of the school year. Photo by Lee Choo.

  • President Dianne F. Harrison posed with the Matador softball team head coach Tairia Flowers (fourth from left) and members of the team at the President’s Picnic. Harrison said the picnic, which is free, provides an opportunity to welcome students and chat about the upcoming semester. Photo by Lee Choo.

  • A CSUN parking enforcement officer directs cars along Prairie Street. The Department of Police Services provides additional staff along busy intersections to keep traffic flowing during the first weeks of school. Photo by Lee Choo.

  • A student jumps for joy on the Oviatt Library Lawn during the first week of classes. Students were in good spirits the opening days of the semester. Photo by Lee Choo.