Joseph I. Castro, the first Mexican American appointed Chancellor of the California State University will virtually visit CSUSB on Wednesday, March 3.
The California State University, including a CSUSB delegation led by university President Tomás D. Morales, is meeting virtually this week with state legislators to discuss issues affecting the 23-campus university.
The California State University, which includes CSUSB, has announced that it is planning for an anticipated return to delivering courses primarily in-person starting with the fall 2021 term.
Super Sunday is part of the CSU African American Initiative, which seeks to increase the college preparation, enrollment and graduation rates of African American students.
CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales encourages students and their parents to begin early to prepare for college during annual CSU Super Sunday presentation.
CSUSB may be one of the campuses “that simply has so much more opportunity, and more challenges, and importance because of the way California is evolving in the next 10, 15, 20 years,” said Timothy P. White, CSU chancellor.
The conference, “Breaking the Mold: Anticipating the Challenges of Local Education,” will be held in Riverside through Thursday, Oct. 19.
Chancellor Timothy P. White, in a letter to the California State University, said there will be no tuition increase for the 2018-19 academic year. He also called for support for full funding of the CSU by writing to state legislators to #ChooseCSU.