The CSUSB Palm Desert Campus Convocation, which will welcome students to the 2023-24 academic year, has been postponed. New date to be determined.
New and returning students learned about academic tradition and campus life at the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus at the event held Sept. 1.
The Associated Students Inc. executive board, which represents and advocates on behalf of CSUSB students, answers questions about themselves.
The virtual event, co-hosted by the Mexican Consulate in San Bernardino, CSUSB, the university’s Latino Education & Advocacy Days project (LEAD) and Associated Students Inc., is the consulate’s official celebration of Mexican Independence Day for the inland region.
More than 600 CSUSB students, faculty, staff and alumni volunteers will come together for Coyote Cares Day, which this year will carry an Earth Day theme.
More than 600 students, faculty and staff volunteers changed their school colors from blue to green for the day in celebration of Earth Day and sustainability efforts as part of the 6th annual Coyote Cares Day on April 21.
The CSUSB Office of Community Engagement, in this video, says thank you to all those who participated in the sixth annual Coyote Cares Day on April 21.
Jack McGrory, a member of the California State University Board of Trustees, visited Cal State San Bernardino on Wednesday, Jan. 30, to meet with university students, faculty, staff and administrators.
CSUSB continues its tradition of volunteering in the community and helping others when the campus community participates in the seventh annual Coyote Cares Day on Saturday, April 13, as part of National Volunteer Week.