California State University, Northridge

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California State University, Northridge, also known as CSUN or Cal State Northridge, is a public university in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Northridge, which is within the City of Los Angeles. CSUN is a 353 acre campus of the California State University System and was founded in Los Angeles County in 1958. It offers 134 different Bachelor’s Degrees, 70 different Master’s Degrees, 3 Doctoral Degrees, and 24 Teaching Credentials. Enrollment exceeds 36,000 students.

 

Valley Performing Arts Center

The Valley Performing Arts Center is a 166,000 square foot, 1,700 seat first class theater located on the campus of California State University, Northridge. The theater is magnificent and the performances are world-class.

 

California State University Northridge

Botanic Garden

The 1.5 acre CSUN Botanic Garden, established in 1959, is located on the campus of CSUN in Northridge, a community located in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles. The garden has more than 1,200 trees, shrubs, palms, annuals, perennials, bulbs, succulents, cacti, herbs, wildflowers, edibles, and other types of plants from numerous regions of the world. The botanic garden is open to the public. Tours can be arranged.

 

Oviatt Library

The Oviatt Library is located on the campus of California State University, Northridge, in the San Fernando Valley. The library is named after the founder of San Fernando State College, Delmar T. Oviatt. San Fernando State College was the predecessor of California State University, Northridge. The library serves the university as well as residents of the San Fernando Valley. The state-of-the-art library is 234,712 square feet and contains more than 1,107,000 books and other research materials.