“This year, I wish to focus on where we are with two major campus initiatives, which were launched at last year’s Convocation: our new 2023-28 strategic plan, which will shape our work and efforts across all segments of the university; and the ongoing ‘Our Defining Moment: The Campaign for CSUSB.’ Its success will also have a tremendous impact on how we are able to grow and serve our students and our region,” CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales said.
“The way we operate as a university will not look entirely the same as during our pre-pandemic days. However, the fact we will once again be able to interact face-to-face this fall, without a screen in between us, is a cause for celebration,” said CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales.
More than 200 faculty, staff and students attended the online town hall meeting on April 20 to discuss the university’s strategic plan, which is used to define the university, its mission and future.
For more than 50 years, CSUSB has embraced its educational mission, serving the people and the communities of the Inland Empire. Take a look back at an eventful year.
“As we begin this, our 54th year as an institution of higher education, it is exciting to know that we continue to grow and develop to meet the needs of our students and our community,” CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales said.
Cal State San Bernardino will celebrate Convocation beginning at 9 a.m. in Coussoulis Arena to formally start the beginning of the 2019-20 academic year.
The center’s purpose is to promote and encourage opportunities for professional and personal growth. It is located in the John M. Pfau Library.
The center, which formally opened with a ribbon-cutting event Sept. 12 in the John M. Pfau Library (wedge and room PL-1104), provides services that include training and development workshops, career track series, resume reviews and mock interviews.
The plan from the university’s Office of Sustainability is part of a commitment by CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales to deal with climate change and how it will affect the university, its students, faculty and staff, and surrounding communities.