A Time for Reflection

CalSouthern 2011: The Year in Review The year 2011 was a momentous one for California Southern University, one that saw the 33-year-old university continue to expand and enhance its educational programs while raising its profile and strengthening its reputation worldwide. CalSouthern, now … [Read more...]

Chizzy’s Story

One of the great joys of my job is the opportunity to get to know learners and alumni, and to then share their stories with the CalSouthern community in an article or blog post. It’s always a pleasure and a privilege to conduct these interviews. Perhaps it just says something about the type of … [Read more...]

A Study in Perseverance

A Exceptional Work Ethic and Unwavering Positive Attitude Help CalSouthern’s Sachiko Noguchi Pass the California Bar Examination CalSouthern’s community of learners and graduates is replete with stories of perseverance—people overcoming challenges to reach goals and better themselves, through hard … [Read more...]

At-Home Mothers: Get Career-Ready!

Be the World’s Best Mom while preparing for the next phase of your life. One hundred percent-online programs in business, psychology, and law make it possible for moms to ready themselves for rewarding careers while tending to children and family. Being a mother is one of the most important and … [Read more...]

An Advocate for Children

CalSouthern Graduate Sherie Mahlberg Wins School Board Seat, Looks Forward to Challenging the Status Quo   Like many parents, Sherie Mahlberg wasn’t satisfied with the status quo that existed within her children’s school district. The Vacaville, California resident and CalSouthern … [Read more...]

CalSouthern Urges You to “Just Say No”!

Now more than ever, our nation needs an educated population to pull us out of this recession and move the country forward to prosperity. Yet students graduate from traditional on-ground schools often owing $25,000 to $50,000, or even $100,000 and more in federal loans they’ve taken out to cover the … [Read more...]