Welcome to Building Connections for Success! We believe building relationships on campus can make the biggest difference in a student’s path towards graduation. Our vision is to help students from low-income backgrounds reach their academic goals by enriching their college experience with peer and faculty support.

Mission Statement

The Department of Education Hispanic Serving Institution Title V Grant’s Building Connections for Success program is dedicated to providing effective support services and academic resources to diverse students while strengthening freshmen retention rates, improving six-year graduation rates among undergraduate students and increasing endowments to support student services at Cal State Northridge.

Our Team

Building Connections for Success is supported by a number of dedicated key faculty, administrators and staff who help provide our students with the quality education, opportunities and support essential to a path towards graduation.

 

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Counselor Who Makes a Difference for Students’ Success

November 6, 2013

It is 9:30 a.m. on a Thursday morning in late May at North Hill’s James Monroe High School.  The high school’s college counselor Neena Agnihotri...

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Peer Mentors Attend Conference About Empowering Hispanics in Education

November 6, 2013

Two Building Connections for Success’ peer mentors joined nine California State University Northridge students for the Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities (HACU) 27th Annual...

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Two Majors Unite in BCFS Service Learning to Benefit Students’ Education

November 6, 2013

With spring semester right around the corner California State University, Northridge students will be choosing from a list of courses that will provide them with...

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New Service Learning Project Provides Practical Experience for Students

November 6, 2013

Building Connections for Success Title V program includes a new service learning project in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.  Assistant Professor Dr. Stefanie...

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