14 CSU Campuses to Provide Incoming Spring 2022 Students with Free Computing Devices through CSUCCESS
More than half of the CSU's campuses now participate in CSUCCESS, the largest technology distribution program of its kind, bridging digital equity for students across California.
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CSU CARES Provides Financial Relief for Students Experiencing Hardships Due to COVID-19
To date, more than $952,000,000 has been distributed.
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How innovative programs at CSU campuses help increase gender equity in traditionally male-dominated fields.
15-Nov-2021 3:40 PM EST Add to Favorites
Launched in the fall, the CSUCCESS initiative is bridging the digital divide by providing free iPads to thousands of CSU students. And it’s only getting started.
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The CSU's commitment to student success extends to all students, especially those who serve or have served our country. Approximately 7,500 servicemembers and veterans are currently enrolled at the CSU, and more than 11,000 dependents of...
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CSU social scientists receive grant from National Science Foundation to build and broaden research and opportunities among minority-serving institutions.
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Graduation Rates for All CSU Students Continue to Climb with Graduation Initiative 2025
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The CSU is committed to supporting its transfer students from application to graduation.
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