Performing Arts — Humboldt State brings big acts to campus and everyone from the HSU Symphonic Band to Willie Nelson has performed in the campus’s three main performance halls: The Kate Buchanan Room, the Fulkerson Recital Hall and the Van Duzer Theatre. Catch a show or concert from the Department of Music, the Department of Theatre, Film & Dance, Center Arts and Associated Students Presents.
More Info: Performing Arts Ticket Office: 707-826-3928
Visual Arts —The Campus is home to the Reese Bullen Gallery, the Native American Arts Gallery, and several student access gallery spaces. Located within the Art Building, the Reese Bullen Gallery houses the University’s permanent collection of art and sponsors exhibitions of works by professional artists. The Native American Arts Gallery, located on campus in the Behavioral & Social Science Building, highlights the work of contemporary and traditional Native American artists. Student work appears annually in a juried show at the Reese Bullen, and throughout the year in multiple locations.
More Info: 707- 826-3813 or 707-826-5802
Sports — Redwood Bowl hosts the Lumberjacks football squad, which plays home games September through November. Lumberjack Arena is home to men’s and women’s Basketball from October through March.
More Info: HSU Lumberjacks Tickets 707-826-3666 | HSUJacks.com
Environmental Sustainability at HSU — The Campus Center for Appropriate Technology, known as CCAT on campus, is one of America’s oldest student-run sustainability-demonstration houses. Volunteers are welcome to participate in volunteer Fridays and the center’s directors give community tours on a regular basis.
More Info: 707-826-3551
Get Outdoors — HSU offers everything you need for outdoor adventure through the campus’s Center Activities program. Offerings range from wilderness first responder training to kayak instruction. Don’t have your own gear? Center Activities rents everything you’ll need to get ready for your next outdoor adventure.
More Info: 707-826-3367 | Humboldt.edu/centeractivities