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2016-2017 CSUSB President's Volunteer Service Award

Congratulations to our very first recipients of the CSUSB President’s Volunteer Service Award! Stop by and pick up your award packet and medallion on Wednesday, May 31st or Thursday, June 1st from 11AM-1PM at the Upper Commons Patio.

For those who are unable to pick up their award, email to schedule an appointment to pick up your award. #CSUSB #engageCSUSB

CSUSB President's Volunteer Service Award

5th annual Coyote Cares Day

Community Pride=Coyote Pride

The 5th annual Coyote Cares Day involved more than 600 CSUSB students, faculty, staff, administrators and alumni serving at 20 community sites in the San Bernardino area. Volunteer projects included painting a veteran’s home, assisting with the “Heart of a Hero” philanthropy run, repairing historical gravestones at Pioneer Cemetery, and creating food boxes for families in need. CSUSB volunteers gave over 2,500 hours of service with a value of over $70,000 to our local communities. Thanks to all who gave their time and effort!

Select the image to watch our 2017 Coyote Cares Day slideshow created by our CSUSB photographer, Corrine McCurdy.

Coyote Cares Day on April 29, 2017.

Spring Break at Manzanar

CSUSB history and anthropology students, led by Cherstin Lyon, associate professor of history, volunteered over spring break at a public archeology project at the Manzanar National Historical Site. It is the 25th anniversary of Manzanar, one of the 10 camps where Japanese Americans were held during World War II. The history club was awarded first place in a national competition for history clubs for its service to the university and to the community, including its ongoing work at Manzanar. Great job 'Yotes at leaving your paw prints at Manzanar.