Congratulations to the Class of 2019!

Humboldt State University celebrated the graduation of more than 1,800 students in three ceremonies in Redwood Bowl on Saturday.

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Jason Meriwether Named HSU’s Interim VP for Enrollment Management »

Jason Meriwether has been appointed Interim Vice President for Enrollment Management at Humboldt State University. He will serve in the position on an extended interim basis, and will begin on Monday, July 15.

HSU and the Recent State Audit »

Humboldt State University has received a number of inquiries about a recent state audit of the CSU system’s reserves. Below is campus-specific information.

Campus Safety Bulletin: Suspicious Individual »

The University Police Department is advising the Humboldt State University community to be on the alert for an individual alleged to have sent threats to campus visitors.

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Times Standard (May 2019) - ‘New Hope’: New Humboldt State President Talks ‘healing,’ Hearing Students’ Stories »

Tom Jackson Jr. was named the new president of Humboldt State University.

The Washington Post (May 2019) - In The Spring, I Get A Thrill When I See My First Trillium »

Essay mentions Biology Professor Erik Jules’ trillium research.

BBC (May 2019) - How Your Friends Change Your Habits - For Better and Worse »

“The more of your identity you draw from a group, even when you’re not around that group, the more likely you are to uphold those values,” says Psychology Professor Amber Gaffney.

Wired Magazine (May 2019) - This Casino’s Microgrid Might Be The Future Of Energy »

Scientists at HSU’s Schatz Energy Research Center and PG&E to help Blue Lake Rancheria create its own solar-powered microgrid.

Lost Coast Outpost (May 2019) - Photo Collages From HSU Students Blend Historic Images of Humboldt With Contemporary Shots »

Humboldt State University students’ art project called “Humboldt Rephotographed.”