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Congratulations to the Class of 2021

More than 1,100 graduates participated in small, in-person commencement ceremonies on Friday and Saturday.

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Cooper Jones to Lead HSU Intercollegiate Athletics & Recreational Sports »

Cooper Jones has been appointed Humboldt State University’s new Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics. He begins July 19.

Build Bridges and Connect Communities This Summer With L4HSU »

Free learning for everyone is available this summer through the LifeLong Learning Lounge (L4HSU), Monday, June 14 through Friday, August 13. Expand your skills, network, and have fun.

Bike-Share Returns to Humboldt State »

Humboldt State University, in partnership with the city of Arcata, launched the Humboldt Bike-Share service to help students, staff, and faculty get around campus and town while reducing their carbon footprint.

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Waterland Blog (Jun 2021) - Highline College honors Humboldt State University President as Distinguished Alumnus »

From first-generation college student at Highline College to president of Humboldt State University in Northern California, Dr. Tom Jackson knows a thing or two about what it takes to succeed in college.

WalletHub (May 2021) - Average Car Insurance Cost »

Professor Ramesh Adhikari on the average cost of car insurance.

Gizmodo (May 2021) - A Shark, Eating a Squid, Eating a Lobster, in One Fossil »

Allison Bronson, a Zoology instructor, comments on research that describes three creatures left their mark in time in an extraordinarily well-preserved fossil in Germany.

San Francisco Chronicle (May 2021) - Gavin Newsom’s $267.8 Billion California Budget Proposal »

Under Newsom’s plan, the University of California and California State University would get a $1.1 billion funding increase, while the state would spend $4 billion over two years to build new student housing, $433 million to help turn Humboldt State University into a polytechnic campus and $115 million to develop degrees that would not require students to buy textbooks.

KTLA 5 (May 2021) - Newsom Proposes $268 Billion State Budget »

On Friday, Newsom detailed his ambitious $267.8 billion budget that would include hundreds of millions of dollars to transform HSU into a polytechnic university.

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