A Global View

Cal State Fullerton's students, alumni and faculty benefit from international experiences.

A World Community

More than 1,000 students from other countries are studying at CSUF this year.

Fulbright Scholar Picks Fullerton

Graduate student Nataliya D. Kuryliak Pratsovyta, of Ukraine, is on campus earning a master’s degree in English.

Becoming Multilingual

Business administration major Steve Duran has been studying at Peking University in China since August. He is becoming fluent in Mandarin, thanks to a CSU scholarship to study abroad.

Building Relations

Russian college educators recently visited our campus to participate in a leadership institute program hosted by the College of Education.

Persian Practice

As part of the California State University Strategic Language Initiative, Fullerton offers a year-long Persian immersion program.

Promoting Understanding

Fullerton International Resources for Schools and Teachers at Cal State Fullerton offers programs to heighten teachers' cultural awareness.

Preserving a Culture

Anthropologist Tricia Gabany-Guerrero researches a pre-Hispanic civilization in Mexico and teaches her students about the Purépecha.

On the Contrary

Mikyong Kim-Goh finds paradoxes in her latest study of Orange County's Korean American community. She presently is researching domestic violence in Korea.

Fruits of Labor

Alumna Diana Lira is spending this academic year in Mexico working for a nonprofit agency by day and taking night classes at a university as a Fulbright Scholar.

Studying Language and Culture

Five professors from Japan observed American teaching styles at CSUF through a university program focused on faculty development for Japanese professors teaching English.

Compassion Knows No Borders

On service trips several times each year, the Titans of tomorrow visit Mexican orphanages and deliver hugs, food, household supplies and time.