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Additional Info & Resources

The information and resources below are intended to assist CSUSB students.  Please click on the titles below to view important details and to access web links.

Basic Needs and Student Support

The CSU Basic Needs Initiative supports students’ well-being and basic needs.  Visit Basic Needs and Student Support for more information.

CSUSB Campus Safety and Security Reports

You can view the Annual Security Report and Fire Safety Report at the CSUSB Clery Act page.

California Education Code 66014.6

Number of Enrolled Students: 17,130

Existing campus inventory, including but not limited to number of available beds on campus: 1,482

Number of students on campus housing waiting list: 0

Number of students who have removed themselves from the waiting list since the last report: N/A

Number of students who request campus-owned, campus-operated or campus-affiliated student housing: 1,907 (2022-2023 Academic Year and Spring 2023 applications)

Data for Spring Semester 2023


The CARE (Campus Assessment, Response and Education) Team is a multidisciplinary group of professional staff members that come together to provide support and resources to students.  Click to view all the services provided by CARE.

Institutional Equity and Compliance (Title IX)

The Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance oversees the following at CSUSB: Title IX, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and whistleblower programs.  The office is also responsible for the annual Training to End Sexual Violence for every CSUSB student.  To learn more, visit Institutional Equity and Compliance.

Off-Campus Housing Information

For those looking for off-campus housing, the Department of Housing and Residential Education at CSUSB does not provide nor manage off-campus/outside housing alternatives. There are many resources available for finding off-campus housing.

Online listing sites such as Zillow or allow you to search for available rentals in your area. You can use filters to narrow down your search based on location, price, number of bedrooms, and other factors.

The Department of Housing and Residential Education does not manage off-campus resources. Students are strongly encouraged to use due diligence and to obtain references, read reviews, and other information regarding off-campus listings and facilities.

CSUSB does not manage, oversee, or vet any postings on non-affiliated websites or social media platforms nor does the University oversee any local landlords or property management companies.

Protecting Your Personal Property

As noted in the Student Housing License Agreement, CSUSB assumes no responsibility and provides no insurance or financial protection for your personal property.  We strongly recommend that you get renters insurance coverage.  As a resident of on-campus housing, you’re eligible to purchase coverage through GradGuard’s student renters insurance program.  CSUSB does not receive compensation for providing this student benefit.  GradGuard’s Renters Insurance is underwritten by Markel American Insurance Company.

Claims and coverage are subject to language, limits and exclusions, and policy.  Visit to get more information about their coverage and a quote.

Public Safety Power Shutoff Events (PSPS)

Southern California Edison Power may implement Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events when there are potentially dangerous weather conditions in wildfire-prone areas, including the CSUSB campus.  DHRE created a webpage with helpful information about PSPS event preparation and logistics.

Services to Students with Disabilities (SSD)

The Office of Services to Students with Disabilities (SSD) works with students regarding accommodations at CSUSB.  Learn about services offered and the application process.