The video tribute will include highlights from Garr's film career as well as a photograph of her performing on a CSUN stage -- the university was then called San Fernando Valley State College -- in the 1960s.
What does SFVS stand for?
SFVS stands for San Fernando Valley State College (Northridge, CA; now California State University, Northridge)
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We have 6 other meanings of SFVS in our Acronym Attic
- Student Film & Video Organization
- Swiss Federal Veterinary Office
- San Fernando Valley Partnership (California)
- San Fernando Valley Program (medical program; California)
- South Florida Vanpool Program (commuter services)
- Stream Function-Velocity Potential (meteorological assessment; Australia)
- San Fernando Valley Patients Group (Northridge, CA)
- Stickney Forest View Public Library District (Berwyn, IL)
- San Fernando Valley Professional Photographers
- San Fernando Valley Republican Club (California)
- San Francisco Vegetarian Society
- San Francisco Veterinary Specialists (San Francisco, CA)
- Santa Fe Vipassana Sangha (Santa Fe, NM)
- School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme (UK)
- State Food and Veterinary Services (Lithuania)
- San Fernando Valley State College
- Street Fighter Versus SNK (game)
- San Fernando Valley Woodworkers (est. 1988; California)
- Smith Fankhauser Voigt Watson (Texas)
- San Fernando Valley Young Democrats (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 1960 he accepted an assistant professorship in economics at San Fernando Valley State College.
Ma holds a bachelor's of science degree in electrical engineering from San Fernando Valley State College (Northridge, Calif.
Angelica Hurtado, at right, graduating from San Fernando Valley State College in 1973.
In late 1969, the San Fernando Valley State College administration opened a Chicano and Pan-African studies department, one of several moves that marked a turning point in race relations in the San Fernando Valley.
The 356-acre university was founded in 1958 and until 1972 was called San Fernando Valley State College.
Donald Bostrom graduated with a degree in electrical engineering from CSUN in 1964, when it was known as San Fernando Valley State College.
A student at what was then San Fernando Valley State College, Cruz is among a handful of organizers and participants whose lives have been shaped by the Chicano Moratorium, an Aug.