Coinciding with the annual Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving, Cal State San Bernardino is once again hosting its own campaign, now through Tuesday, Dec. 1, to raise funds for student scholarships.
CSUSB held a series of events to celebrate first-generation students and their successes as part of the second annual First-Generation College Celebration held Oct. 23-Nov. 6.
This Budget Forum will provide a detailed overview of CSUSB’s Operating Fund for the 2020/2021 fiscal year, as well as an early look into the 2021/22 fiscal year. A question and answer period with attendees will follow the presentation.
At a CSUSB virtual webinar on the importance of voting, Secretary of State Alex Padilla urged viewers to ensure their voices are heard by voting in November.
President Tomás Morales participated in a President’s Panel to discuss “Institutional Experiences and Protocols During the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Future of Higher Education” on June 26.
CSUSB will offer for the first time a winter intersession, a compacted session between the fall and spring semester, that will begin Dec. 18 and end Jan. 19, 2021, so students can make progress toward their degree during the winter break.
The importance of voting and the power of women were the main topics discussed at CSUSB’s 50/50 Movement event held Sept. 17, featuring Assemblymember Eloise Gómez Reyes (D-San Bernardino) as the keynote speaker.
President Tomás Morales, among other topics, discussed how CSUSB has operated and dealt with, and continues to deal with, various issues such virtual instruction, safety of students and staff and funding in the wake of budget cuts.
The award will be used to recruit and train 22 academic fellows per academic year from the CSUSB Undocumented Student Success Center, Office of Pre-College Programs, and 2020 alumni.