CSUN

Kathleen Berry-Hebert received a B.A. in Psychology from California State University Northridge, a public university located in Los Angeles. CSUN is one of the 23 general campuses in the California State University system.

CSUN was founded as the Valley satellite campus of California State Los Angeles until 1958 when it became independent.  It wasn’t until 1972 when it adopted its current name.  This global community sits on 356 acres in the San Fernando Valley.  It is one of the nation’s largest single-campus universities.

California State University offers 134 different Bachelor’s degrees, Master’s degrees in 70 different fields, 3 Doctoral degrees including two Doctor of Education and a Doctor of Physical Therapy.  CSUN has been ranking 10 in the U.S. regarding bachelor degrees awarded to underrepresented minority students.  More than 38,000 students are enrolled.  The school is home to the National Center on Deafness and hosts the International Conference on Technology and Persons with Disabilities.

California State University Northridge encourages its students to combine academic pursuits with a hands-on experience.  One of the most fulfilling kinds of learning experiences can be hands-on. Of the 200,000 alumni, some are California Teachers of the Year, some are Grammy Award winners, some are public officials, and others nationally-recognized newscasters and even an astronaut. The faculty and staff are extremely dedicated to making sure the students receive the most fulfilling and diverse learning experiences.

Kathleen Berry-Hebert graduated from California State University Northridge in 1990 as part of the Psi Chi National Honor Social and Bachelor of Art’s in Psychology.