Welcome to the Dateline Extra, Cal State Fullerton's faculty-staff newspaper from Aug. 16, 2001 to June 2006.

In fall 2006, a new publication, Inside, was introduced. Published monthly and updated weekly online, Inside carries news and features about campus life, research, people and events. Visit Inside website to get the latest information on Cal State Fullerton.


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Official University Logo
, Wordmark,
Tuffy Clipart  and Campus Photos

 Images this Week
Teachers as Artists

"Teachers as Artists"

Handpainted Paper Creations
These are examples of student artwork created at an arts in education program, "Teachers as Artists." Funded by a mini 05-06 CSUF grant, this program was a collaborative professional development workshop series designed to equip veteran as well as student teachers with the skills to integrate art with math, science, history and more. more »

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What is Engineering
Project MISS

Save Me a Spot for College

 Did you know?

Average unit load carried by Cal State Fullerton students is 11.1 percent, according to figures from fall 2004 generated by the Office of Institutional Research and Analytical Studies. Undergraduate credential students carry the biggest average load, at 15.7, followed by first-time freshmen at 13.7, and postbaccalaureate credential students at 12.9.

In the NEWS

Vision and Visionaries NominationsCampus Seeks Alumni to Honor at Annual
Vision & Visionaries Gala

Annually, Cal State Fullerton honors exceptional individuals at the Vision & Visionaries event.

Michelle LauUniversity Custodian Wins Governor's Safety Award
Our own Michelle Lau will be honored this month as one of the 2006 recipients of the Governor’s Employee Safety Awards, an honor recognizing state employees for outstanding contributions to safety.

Mary JoyceProfessor Mary Joyce Travels to South Africa
Mary Joyce recently traveled to Grahamstown, South Africa, as a participant in the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies Conference. She reflects on the differences since her first visit 12 years ago.

Soccer ClinicTitans Volunteer at Soccer Clinic for Cancer Research
Cal State Fullerton men’s soccer team volunteered on behalf of Soccer for Hope, a fundraising organization for pediatric cancer research.