Zelyne Rudolph has a competitive streak. She set a goal to graduate from Cal State LA before her daughter graduated from law school—and she did it. By the time Zelyne earned her economics degree at age 40, she had already amassed course credits at several other universities. More
As a third-grader, Rosalie "Rosie" Nuanes decided she wanted to be a teacher when she grew up. This ambition gave her something to work toward for the next dozen years. At Cal State LA, she majored in English and completed her credential courses. More
Michael Cervantes believes a person’s success has everything to do with how they impact others. Read about the gifts he’s making to Cal State LA that are making a difference on future students. More
Having spent his entire career in education as a teacher and an administrator, primarily in the Los Angeles Unified School District, Donald Bolton reached countless adolescents during formative periods in their lives. Now, thanks to a beneficiary designation through Donald’s bank account, his impact will extend even further. More
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