CSUSB professor and glass master Katherine Gray credits the university's diversity for allowing her teaching to have a broader impact.
Sharon Velarde Pierce, CSUSB public administration professor, says that diversity in the classroom expands a student's education.
First-generation student Emmanuel Castaneda says his motivation stems from his family, providing him with the constant encouragement to keep going academically and personally.
Stan and Ellen Weisser show their dedication to advancing CSUSB by helping students succeed and making higher education a priority for all.
The performing arts programs at CSUSB shape students into well-rounded individuals, giving them the artistic integrity and professional skillset to advance to successful futures in a wide-range of careers.
Dorothy Chen-Maynard, professor of health science and human ecology, says it’s important to have diverse faculty so students can see that they can be successful, too.