Arts, Lectures, and Gatherings

Featured Events

Faculty Recital: Eric Kinsley, Keyboards
Featuring Caitlin Boruch and Susannah Ruth

Samuelson Chapel

Eric Kinsley, DMA, presents a recital of keyboard music by Johann Sebastian Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, André Caplet, Camille Saint-Saëns and Peter Maxwell Davies. He’ll be joined by flutist Caitlin Boruch and mezzo-soprano Susannah Ruth.

Women in Business: Paths to Executive Careers

Westlake Center

Join us to hear three women's stories of success and learning from failure on their journey to executive careers.

“Humanizing Deportation/Humanizando La Deportación”
Robert Irwin, PhD

Lundring Events Center

Robert Irwin, PhD, deputy director of the Global Migration Center at UC Davis, will discuss his community-based digital storytelling project.

Do This, Not That: Appealing to Year-End Donors with Strategy and Creativity

Oxnard Campus

Attend this hands-on workshop with fundraising experts Steve Willmont and Hannah Miller of Netzel Grigsby Associates and develop the outline of a compelling year end appeal process.

CLU Fall Tailgate

North Campus Parking Lot

Please join us in kicking off this fall sports season with a celebratory Tailgate!

Meet Cal Lutheran Alumni and former NFL Professionals: Rod Marinelli and Hank Bauer
Part of CLU Fall Tailgate celebrations

Lundring Events Center

5th Quarter Football Club brings you a rare chance to meet Cal Lutheran alumni and former NFL Professionals. 

Memorable Messaging: Conversations that make an impact

Oxnard Campus

You and your staff, volunteers and board members are having conversations every day with community members, clients and other stakeholders. But are those conversations leading to action?

Untold Legacies: Re-Envisioning Ventura County Through an Ethnic Studies Lens

Swenson 101

CSU Channel Islands professor José M. Alamillo, PhD, will present hidden legacies of racialized communities in Ventura County through a lens that challenges Eurocentric romantic narratives of the past centered on Spanish missions and white pioneers.

MPPA Policy Talks Series
Italian Startup Ecosystem: Accelerating Growth and Investment for Impact

Westlake Center

Join us for a talk by Robert Pieroni, director of Italian business development at gener8tor.



College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Speaker Series
“Feminism and the Open Borders Debate: Can Borders be Feminist?”

Overton Hall

Amy Reed-Sandoval, PhD, associate professor of philosophy at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, will discuss how transnational feminists and others committed to principles of liberation need to take a firm stand against the oppression.

Ballet Folklórico Mestizo

Preus-Brandt Forum

Ballet Folklórico Mestizo, in its 42nd year at Oxnard College, celebrates the culture and dance traditions of México.

Latinx Alumni Alliance and Community Mixer

SBET Patio Area (outside Overton Hall)

The Latinx Alumni Alliance invites the community to learn about its network and efforts to support alumni, students, faculty and staff.

Student Research Symposium

Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center

Undergraduate students will present short research talks and interactive posters showcasing their recent findings from diverse fields including Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Exercise Science, Psychology, Political Science, Religion and more.

Hall of Fame Induction Celebration

Kingsmen Park

Join us as we celebrate our 2023 inductees during Homecoming Weekend.

Homecoming Festival

Kingsmen Park

Join us for festival foods, carnival rides, lawn games, live music, and more.

Homecoming Choral Concert Cal Lutheran Choral Ensembles
Wyant Morton, conductor

Samuelson Chapel

The Cal Lutheran Choir and Cielo (treble chorus) open the season with one of their hallmark concerts, featuring an eclectic program of innovative and exciting choral music.

Maya-K'iche' Cosmovision with Don Audelino

Zoom PDT

This virtual engagement will provide a unique opportunity to explore the Maya-K’iche’ Cosmovision and its symbolic fire ceremony meanings. Don't miss this enlightening opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Maya culture.

Building an Impactful Major Gifts Program for Your Organization

Oxnard Campus

This workshop is for nonprofit professionals, executive directors, development directors and board members who are ready to take their major donor program to the next level.

“DEIJ in the Workplace — Overcoming Barriers and Navigating Success”

Ullman Commons

This panel will address the common challenges faced by underrepresented groups, such as bias and underrepresentation, and share success stories from diverse career paths.

Born to Shine: LGBTQIA+ National Coming Out Day Celebration

Kingsmen Park

Join us to celebrate LGBTQIA+ National Coming Out Day. Everyone is welcome!