Matador AMA FAQ
What is CSUN AMA?
The California State University, Northridge American Marketing Association (CSUN AMA) is a collegiate chapter of the national organization that is dedicated to educating students about the marketing industry, providing students with opportunities to engage with professionals, and giving them access to various resources that will aid them in their journey in becoming a professional.
Is it too late to join?
No! It is never too late to join, CSUN AMA is always admitting members. In order to become an official AMA member, membership dues are required. Please click HERE to be taken to our membership page.
How long does the membership last?
Membership lasts one year from the semester you become a member.
Can I join even if I cannot attend the meetings?
Yes, of course. CSUN AMA holds several virtual events throughout the week to allow our members to not only listen to guest speaker events but attend socials to mingle with professionals and other student chapters while learning about AMAzing corporations and how they succeed in a fast-growing economy.
What if I'm not a marketing major?
CSUN AMA welcomes ALL majors!
What if I'm graduating?
Upon graduating you are no longer a collegiate member but your National student membership will continue until it expires (a year from its purchase date).
How long does National Membership last?
National membership lasts a year from its purchase date.
“Neil Borden transformed the business world when he articulated the strategy of “Marketing Mix” in his AMA presidential address. Borden was just one of many AMA leaders who were not satisfied with existing best practices.”
What happens at Regional & International Conferences?
Listen to guest speakers and mingle with professionals and other student chapters while learning about AMAzing corporations and how they succeed in a fast-growing economy.
How can I stay connected?
“The Collegiate Connection newsletter features articles from recent college graduates, industry updates, career development information and tips on chapter management.”