Carlos Two Bears Gonzales, who was appointed First Peoples’ Center coordinator in August, said he wants Native American students to know they will receive support at the center in academic achievement and personal success.
Students officially return to campus Thursday, Sept. 21, for the first day of classes of the 2017-18 academic year. The CSUSB Office of Institutional Research estimates that the fall quarter will see a total enrollment of 20,458.
A formal ribbon-cutting ceremony will begin at 2:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, at the Cross Cultural Center ( SU-102) of the university’s Santos Manuel Student Union.
Located in the Santos Manuel Student Union, the First People’s Center is dedicated to the social and personal success of students with the support of staff, faculty and community members of local clans and cities.
Located in Santos Manuel Student Union, the DREAMers Resource and Success Center will hold its celebration starting at 5 p.m
The First Peoples’ Center at CSUSB’s Santos Manuel Student Union celebrated its second grand opening Feb. 2 and formally received a proclamation from state Assemblymember Eloise Gómez Reyes recognizing it and its work.
The Asian and Pacific Islander Center, on the second floor of the Santos Manuel Student Union, was created to help develop student leadership through mentoring as well as transformative learning opportunities.