Per Governor Newsom's Stay at Home Executive Order, the University Advancement division is now being coordinated remotely during the temporary suspension of all non-essential on-campus operations as of Friday, March 20. Staff will continue to operate virtually during normal business hours (Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.), and will be available through emails and phone numbers.
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Alumni and members of the Student Ambassadors group show their athletic abilities as part at the Leadership Challenge Course event. The Student Ambassadors serve in a variety of capacities that include serving as representatives at campus’s special functions and meeting with high school students.
CSUSB students Lauren Kirshke and Jasmine Gonzalez received internships at Dorothy Ramon Learning Center in Banning as part of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians support of educational and cultural programs at the university. Thousands of lives have been touched by the tribe’s generosity
A volunteer helps a young archery competitor during the CSUSB DisAbility Sports Festival. As many as 1,000 participants, including more than 100 disabled military veterans, compete in a variety of sports that includes wheelchair and standing basketball, tennis, soccer, wall climbing, swimming and hand-cycling