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Recognizing Our Donors

If CSUF students and faculty are the heart of our University, then donors are the backbone.

The ways to make a difference are as diverse as our donors: scholarships; endowed chairs and professorships; special programs and centers; the building and renovation of facilities. We salute the many donors since our founding who have helped CSUF become the exceptional institution it is today, and invite you to join their distinguished ranks.


2017 Honor Roll   Ontiveros Legacy Society

  • ECS Corporate Partners Program

    Shaping the Learning Experience

    The College of Engineering and Computer Science's Corporate Partners Program creates opportunities for the development of professional-practice industry projects, sponsored by a company through an educational grant. Projects such as the GE/CSU Innovation Design Challenge open doors for immersive, hands-on learning experiences.

  • Titan baseball team

    Rooting for the Home Team

    Titan Baseball fans and alumni give directly to the baseball program and support everything from facelifts for the locker room and the bull pen to special training equipment and the team’s nutrition program. Funding also allows its coaches to enhance recruiting efforts and find Titan-sized talent for a team that has won four national championships and has been to the College World Series 18 times.

  • Titan Capital Management Center

    Banking on Hands-On Learning

    Cal State Fullerton's student investment teams in the Applied Security Analysis Program manage approximately $1.3 million in stocks and bonds.

  • Center for Autism

    Training Future Educators

    Research, clinical service and community involvement are at the forefront of the CSUF Center for Autism, one of eight College of Education centers providing university students with opportunities to engage in immersive learning experiences.

  • Project SAFE

    Creating a Safety Net for Students

    While students may face obstacles on their path to a college degree, lacking food or shelter shouldn't be one of them. It is this belief that spurred Division of Student Affairs to launch a Food and Housing Security Task Force to address the issues on campus.

  • Women Leadership

    Developing Women Leadership

    Cal State Fullerton was one of four campuses in the nation chosen to participate in the BOLD Women's Leadership Network, which supports female cohorts at the junior class level through scholarships and mentoring to help them develop leadership skills and transform themselves and their communities.