Campus Information and Resources Session
Hear about how parents can access their students' grades, the 4 to Finish program, and other class and schedule information.
Learn about the 19 different Culture and Justice Clubs on campus, the amazing multicultural video and book library, and the other unique leadership opportunities available through this office.
A semester abroad is more affordable than you might think. CLU offers opportunities to study in over 70 countries. Hear more about this important part of CLU's mission to educate leaders for a global society.
Campus Public Safety
Learn the function of Campus Safety, how it serves the CLU community, and some steps students need to take to stay safe and protect their property.
Center for Academic & Accessibility Resources (CAAR)
CAAR supports students who want to maximize their academic achievement and provides the following resources: Students Taking Academic Responsibility (STAR) Program, Accessibility Resource Program (ARP), testing services, tutoring information, and Faculty Advisor assignments.
Health Services will present a video presentation that will discuss what services are available, which students are eligible to use our office, and the cost of services. Patient confidentiality and some of our policies will also be discussed.
Student Counseling Services
Student Counseling Services provides professional, confidential psychological counseling services free of charge to registered Cal Lutheran students and psychological education and consultation to the entire Cal Lutheran community. Students are seen by appointment or, if experiencing a psychological crisis, on a walk-in basis.
Student Leadership and Programs
Provides students with ways to become involved on campus through clubs and organizations as well as leadership programs and cultural getaways.
Community Service Center
The Community Service Center serves to engage students in sustainable service outside the classroom; to develop active citizens that will be knowledgeable of the difference an individual can make within their community.
Focus is on four main areas: Healthy Living, Tobacco and Other Drugs, Alcohol Education, and Sexual Responsibility. These program areas are aimed to help students receive the facts and information needed to make healthy choices while at CLU and to create a healthy foundation for life.
Intramural Sports, Fitness Center, and Recreation
Activities are in the abundance at CLU and are a great way to get involved.