California State University, Northridge

Northridge, CA

California State University, Northridge

Join The Matadors!

As a destination workplace, California State University, Northridge attracts, develops, and maintains a diverse workforce of over 4,000 engaged and committed faculty and staff. CSUN is committed to achieving excellence through teaching, scholarship, learning and inclusion. Our values include a respect for all people, building partnerships with the community and the encouragement of innovation, experimentation and creativity. CSUN strives to cultivate a community in which a diverse population can learn and work in an atmosphere of civility and respect. CSUN is especially interested in candidates who make contributions to equity and inclusion in the pursuit of excellence for all members of the university community. We invite you to explore your career opportunities to work with others who are making a difference.


History

Since 1958, California State University, Northridge has been elevating Los Angeles and beyond. The university s commitment to student success, inclusive excellence and service to the community has made it a national model for institutions of higher learning. CSUN s history began as San Fernando Valley State College in portable classrooms on former agricultural land and has evolved into the second-largest public master s university in the nation.

As of 2020, more than 370,000 alumni serve as the economic spark for Southern California and beyond. CSUN graduates more than 11,000 students annually, who go on to lead industries as varied as tech, entertainment, business, education, the arts, health and science. CSUN has catapulted Matador students and alumni to create social change, make new discoveries and better our world.

Land Acknowledgement:
CSUN recognizes and acknowledges the Sesevitam, the first people of this ancestral and unceded territory of Sesevenga which is now occupied by our institution. It honors their elders, past and present, and the Sesevitam descendants, who are citizens of the Fernande o Tataviam Band of Mission Indians. We recognize that the Sesevitam are still here, and we are committed to lifting up their stories, culture and community.