Latinos in the United States continue to drive the economy forward — as they’ve been doing since the 1500s.
Of the 770 first-time undergraduate students, 62% are students of color.
The award recognizes professors who are held in high esteem by their peers, students and the rest of the university community.
The Board of Regents awarded emeritus status to five Cal Lutheran faculty members who retired in May 2023 and have a combined total of more than 115 years of service.
Cal Lutheran’s Center for Economic Research and Forecasting (CERF) economists are among the recipients of the 2023 Pacific Coast Business Times’ Latino Leadership Award.
The 26th season concludes with a novel twist on the play, which takes place in an abandoned shopping mall after an apocalyptic event.
Marvin Richards will serve as Cal Lutheran’s chief legal officer, Rick Ysasi has been appointed CFO and Colleen Windham-Hughes is the new associate vice president for Mission and Identity.
Marty Slimak, or “coach Slim” as he’s known on the diamond, has retired from California Lutheran University and the Kingsmen Baseball program after more than three decades.
The Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival returns to California Lutheran University for its 26th season on June 30 through Aug. 6 with “The Two Gentlemen of Verona.”
Nearly 1,800 donors made 2,352 gifts in the most successful annual fundraising campaign ever.
The funds will help expand an integrated teacher preparation program that allows students to earn both a bachelor’s degree and a teaching credential in four years rather than the usual five.
356 storage boxes, in view behind glass walls, are filled with the archived papers of Ventura County’s longest-serving congressman, Elton W. Gallegly.
California Lutheran University will hold separate 2023 commencement ceremonies for 1,217 undergraduate and graduate students on Friday, May 12, in William Rolland Stadium on the Thousand Oaks campus.
The Cal Lutheran community lost one of its most treasured members when the Rev. Dr. Howard Wennes died on July 12, 2022.
“Rev. Scott,” as he is known, is the university’s first Black pastor and the first non-Lutheran to hold the post.
To the Rev. Rachel Eskesen ’04, MA, MDiv ’14, the work of a pastor can look remarkably similar to the work of an English professor.
Cal Lutheran’s 2022-2027 Strategic Plan, developed with input from all members of the university community, outlines the university's top priorities.
Four students are sparking conversations about Black American roots, maternal health, entrepreneurship and more as Community Scholars for Black Lives.