CSUSB will offer three summer sessions, with the first 5-week and 10-week sessions beginning on June 2 and the second 5-week session beginning on July 8.
CSUSB will offer additional courses and financial aid to encourage students to stay on track during the virtual 2021 summer session. The summer session course schedule is now available. Registration begins April 12.
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.
Along with offering a wide range of courses this summer, CSUSB has allocated more than $2 million in additional financial aid, including funds toward the Graduation Initiative Grant for seniors graduating in summer 2020.
Susan Sutton, who is also a Fellow at the Institute of International Education (IIE) Center on International Partnerships, will meet with the university’s Internationalization Lab committee and others during her visit on Thursday, Dec. 5.
CSUSB celebrated the formal opening of its newest building, the Center for Global Innovation, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Nov. 14.
Mathis Wackernagel of the Global Footprint Network will be the keynote speaker at a CSUSB symposium on global citizenship in the 21st century on Nov. 14.
Two Korean-language news websites mentioned the visit to South Korea of CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales and the university’s delegation of students and faculty. The articles were translated by Google Translate and the summaries edited for clarity.