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Trees blooming around CSUSB’s Legacy Fountain.
March 15, 2024

The endowment for the Ariana Mae Hatami Scholarship for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking was created to ensure a permanent source of ongoing funds for this vulnerable population of students.

From left, Amanda Robles, assistant director of the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) at CSUSB; Kevon Lee, alumni scholar speaker; and Mellisa Casas, Renaissance Scholars Program alumna at a 2019 EOP event.
February 1, 2024

The Renaissance Scholars Program provides current and former foster youth with comprehensive student support services from point of entry through to graduation and has increased foster youth college attendance rates along with retention and graduation rates.

EOP Renaissance Scholars 20th anniversary celebration graphic
January 26, 2024

The EOP Renaissance Scholars Program at CSUSB was established in 2003 to provide specialized student support services to current and former foster youth as they transitioned into the university and on to completing their degrees.

Tom Rivera
March 14, 2022

Memorial services will be held at San Salvador Catholic Church, 169 W. L Street, in Colton. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to organizations most dear to him: Inland Empire Future Leaders or the Tzu Chi Foundation.

Graduates express their accomplishments on their mortar boards.
February 8, 2022

The university is ranked No. 6 in the nation among more than 1,500 universities on the annual 2021 Social Mobility Index (SMI) published by CollegeNET.

"Walter Hawkins at the 2013 Pioneer Breakfast at CSUSB"
November 20, 2020

Hawkins, who served at the university for 33 years as an administrator for various programs including Upward Bound and EOP, passed away on Nov. 18.

Seventh Annual Pioneer Breakfast
February 21, 2019

The theme of the 7th Annual Pioneer Breakfast is “An Everlasting Legacy Defines the Future.” Tickets are available.

Pioneer Breakfast
February 22, 2019

Local community members were honored for their service and student scholarship recipients were announced by the CSUSB Black Faculty, Staff and Student Association at the seventh annual Pioneer Breakfast on Feb. 22.

March 14, 2019

The golf tournament, which raises funds for books scholarships to benefit low-income underrepresented and underserved students is set for April 6 at the Jurupa Hills Country Club.