Community Engagement

Make Your Voice Be Heard, Or Be Silenced Forever!

Last year, millions of college students didn’t vote because they missed a registration deadline or didn’t know how to register. National Voter Registration Day is a day of action.

The Midterm elections offer voters a chance to decide not only how California is run but how we are represented at the federal level.

Many college students don’t know that if you recently moved, turned 18, changed your name, or haven’t voted in recent elections, you need to update your voter registration!

Join us on  Tuesday, September 25, 2018 starting at 6:30 PM for our panel discussion, My Voice. My Vote and following afterwards is a FREE screening of the summer blockbuster movie "A Quiet Place!" at the Lower Commons Patio. 

Your Voice, Your Vote...Use It or Lose It!

Your voice has power, click on the video and find out!

CSUSB 3rd Annual DENation Food Drive

DENation Food Drive Flyer

Thank you to our campus community for donating more than 4,760 lbs of food and hygiene items to the Obershaw DEN food pantry exceeding last years donation.

DENation Drive has become one of the highlights at CSUSB Employee Appreciation Picnic. Every year administrators,faculty and staff come together with one common goal; to restock the Obershaw DEN food pantry! 

For the 2nd year in a row, University Advancement and President's Office took home the DEN trophy. They donated a total of 1,450 lbs of food and hygiene. Way to go 'Yotes! They get another year bragging rights! Congratulations to our winner!

Thank you everyone who donated to the annual DENation Food Drive! With your generous donations, Obershaw DEN is now fully stocked and ready for the new academic year. 

An Act of Service, Is An Act Of Patriotism

9/11 Day of Service.jpg

9/11 Day of Service image.jpg

In observance of 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance CSUSB students, faculty and staff joined volunteers in the Los Angeles area to help pack more than 300,000 meals for families and military veterans who lack food resources. 

Every year, nearly 30 million Americans volunteer, donate to charities and perform other good deed to promote national unity and empathy in honor of the victims of 9/11 and those who rose in service in reponse to the attacks. 

CSUSB Veterans Success Center also joined forces to volunteered at the Disabled American Veterans Exploration Garden in San Bernardino in honor of this day. 

9/11 together, we remember! #911Day #PatriotsDay #EngageCSUSB


Let's Get on Board with Service!
  • Getting on board with service group photo.
  • Our CSUSB Students created almost 700 family food boxes
  • sixty #CSUSB students volunteered with San Bernardino County
  • CSUSB students volunteer with St. Bernard Wetlands Foundation
  • CSUSB students volunteering with ARC of Greater New Orleans
  • students volunteering at New Orleans Mission.
  • TRACKS collage photos of their last two service projects at NOLA.
  • TRACKS Alternative Spring Break at New Orleans, Louisiana.