Cal State University Fullerton Photo Tour

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CSUF - Cal State Fullerton Photo Tour

Cal State University Fullerton
Cal State University Fullerton. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

California State University Fullerton, commonly referred to as CSUF or Cal State Fullerton, is a public university with an enrollment of over 37,000 students, making it the largest school in the CSU system (Long Beach and Northridge are a similar size). Founded in 1957, CSUF was built on what once was a citrus grove in northeast Fullerton. The school colors are Navy Blue, Orange, and White.

CSUF offers over 120 Bachelor Degrees, 118 Master's degrees, and 3 Doctoral degrees within its eight schools: College of the Arts; Steven G. Mihaylo College of Business and Economics; College of Communications; College of Education; College of Engineering and Computer Science; College of Health and Human Development; College of Humanities and Social Sciences; College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.

CSUF's athletic teams compete in the NCAA Division I Big West Conference. CSUF is well known for its baseball team, which has never had a losing season since its induction to the NCAA Division I 35 years ago. Titan Baseball has played in 16 College World Series and has won 4 national championships. The athletic teams are collectively known as the Titans.

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Mihaylo College of Business at CSUF

Mihaylo College of Business at CSUF
Mihaylo College of Business at CSUF. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

The Mihaylo College of Business is the largest accredited business school in California. The school was named in honor of Steven Mihaylo, CEO of Crexendo Business Solutions, following a $30 million gift to the school.

Mihaylo currently offers bachelor and graduate degree programs in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Information Systems & Decision Sciences, International Business, Management, and Marketing.

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Pollak Library at CSUF

Pollak Library at CSUF
Pollak Library at CSUF. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

Located near the center of campus, Pollak Library is CSUF's main library. Although the library was built in 1959, it was officially renamed The Paulina June and George Pollak Library in 1998 following a $1 million donation. The building holds over 1 million books and 8,000 visual media collections.

Pollak Library is home to the Archives of Popular Culture, which includes comic books, television and film scripts, movie posters and pulp magazines. The Roy V. Boswell Collection for the History of Cartography includes over 1,000 pre-1901 maps of the world, as well as books and pamphlets relating to the history of the science of cartography.

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Titan Student Union at CSUF

Titan Student Union at CSUF
Titan Student Union at CSUF. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

On the west end of campus, Titan Student Union is CSUF's hub for student leisure and activities, as well as student services.

The TSU offers an eclectic mix of food options including Togo's, Panda Express, Baja Fresh, The Fresh Kitchen (all-organic, Vegetarian and Vegan), The Cup (a bakery), and The Yum, a small convenience store.

Perhaps one of the more popular features of the TSU, the Office of Information and Services provides students with discount ticket sales programs throughout the year to many of the local theme parks and attractions, including Disneyland and Knotts Berry Farm.

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Titan Bowl and Billiards at CSUF

Titan Bowl and Billiards at CSUF
Titan Bowl and Billiards at CSUF. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

An eight-lane bowling alley and billiards/arcade room is located in the basement of Titan Student Union. Titan Bowl & Billiards offers various activities to students, including "Lightning Lanes" every Saturday night, in which the basement is turned into a club atmosphere. Multiple tournaments are held throughout the year for gaming, billiards, table tennis, and Texas Hold'em.

A Round Table Pizza restaurant is located next door to the bowling alley, where students can enjoy classic sports bar cuisine while watching sports on the restaurant's multiple flat screen televisions. Alcohol is available for students 21 and up.

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Titan Shops at Cal State Fullerton

Titan Shops at Cal State Fullerton
Titan Shops at Cal State Fullerton. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

Next to the Titan Student Union, Titan Shops is a full-service provider of textbooks, technology, school supplies, and university clothing and gifts. The two-story 30,000 sq. ft. facility is also home to First Credit Union, U.S. Bank, and "Juice It Up Frozen Yogurt." Titan Shops also has two convenience stores located on campus: Yum in the Titan Student Union and The Brief Stop in Langsdorf Hall.

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Clayes III Performing Arts Center at CSUF

Clayes Performing Arts Center at CSUF
Clayes Performing Arts Center at CSUF. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

The Clayes Performing Arts Center is CSUF's main performance venue. The center is home to the Little Theatre and Meng Concert Hall, which both host dance, drama, and musical performances annually. In 2008, the Performing Arts Center was named in honor of Joseph A.W. Clayes III following a $5 million pledge made by the trustees of the Joseph A.W. Clayes III Charitable Trust.

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McCarthy Hall at Cal State Fullerton

McCarthy Hall at Cal State Fullerton
McCarthy Hall at Cal State Fullerton. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

McCarthy Hall is home to the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. The school offers programs in Biological Science, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Geological Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, and Science Education.

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Student Health and Counseling Center at CSUF

Student Health and Counseling Center at CSUF
Student Health and Counseling Center at CSUF. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

The Student Health and Counseling Center is the primary medical care facility on campus for CSUF students. The center provides many comprehensive services including Optometry, Gynecology, Physical Therapy, Pharmaceuticals, Health Education, and Psychological treatment.

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College of Engineering and Computer Science at CSUF

College of Engineering and Computer Science at CSUF
College of Engineering and Computer Science at CSUF. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

Adjacent to the Student Health and Counseling Center, the College of Engineering and Computer Sciences offers degrees in five departments: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and two online programs in Software Engineering and Environmental Engineering.

Students of the college have access to the Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, a nationwide professional society that focuses on the advancement of research within Aerospace Sciences. Various research opportunities are available to engineering students, including the development of the Intelligent Robotic Ground Vehicle and the development of Geotechnical Engineering.

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Student Recreation Center at CSUF

Student Recreation Center at CSUF
Student Recreation Center at CSUF. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

The Student Recreation Center was built in 2007, making it one of the newest buildings on campus. The $40.6 million facility features weight-training and cardio-fitness rooms, a multi-court gymnasium, a 7,000 square-foot indoor jogging track, a rock wall, and an outdoor swimming pool.

The building also incorporates many sustainable features like the use of interior low-emitting materials, the installation of bike racks, and an efficient water system that saves up to 415,000 gallons per year.

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College of Health Sciences and Human Development at CSUF

College of Health Sciences and Human Development at CSUF
College of Health Sciences and Human Development at CSUF. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

Opposite the Student Recreation Center, the College of Health Sciences and Human Development offers degree programs in six departments: Child and Adolescent Studies, Counseling, Health Sciences, Human Services, Kinesiology, Military Science, and Social Work. The School of Nursing is a separate program with its own director.

Many of the school's research centers focus on the promotion of health and well-being in both youth and the elderly. Perhaps the most notable, The Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain center is one of the few research centers in the country that studies and educates chronic pain's effects mentally, physically, and socially.

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Titan Stadium at Cal State Fullerton

Titan Stadium at Cal State Fullerton
Titan Stadium at Cal State Fullerton. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

Opened in 1992, Titan Stadium is a 10,000 seat multi-purpose sports stadium on the North end of campus. The stadium was originally constructed for the football program (which ended in 1992). Since then, the natural grass stadium has been the primary home for the CSUF Titan men and women's soccer teams.

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Goodwin Field at Cal State Fullerton

Goodwin Field at Cal State Fullerton
Goodwin Field at Cal State Fullerton. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

Located on the Northeast end of campus, Goodwin Field is home to the CSUF Titans and the Orange County Flyers minor league baseball teams. The stadium opened in 1992 and was named in honor of Jerry and Merilyn Goodwin, who donated $1 million for renovations. The stadium has a capacity of 3,500 people.

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Gastronome at Cal State Fullerton

Gastronome at Cal State Fullerton
Gastronome at Cal State Fullerton. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

The Gastronome is CSUF's only on-campus dining facility. Located across from Pine and Juniper Hall, the 565-seat dining facility offers a variety of food and dessert options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Gastronome also features late-night dining until 1 a.m., with a limited menu.

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Pine and Juniper Halls at CSUF

Pine and Juniper Halls at CSUF
Pine and Juniper Halls at CSUF. Photo Credit: Marisa Benjamin

The Pine and Juniper residence halls are located across from the Gastronome. With dorm-style living ranging in singles, doubles, and triples, Pine and Juniper Hall are ideal housing options for first-year students.

Juniper Hall is home to themed floors. "The Arts District," which houses first-year College of the Arts majors, is located on the fourth floor of Juniper. The residence hall is also home to the Multicultural Perspectives floor and the Honor and Scholars floor.

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