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Orientation Leader Team

2020

Brandon Santhavisouk
  • Hometown:   San Bernardino
  • Major:   Biology
  • CSUSB Involvement:  Orientation
  • What do you like best about CSUSB?  The diverse populous, variety of food on campus, the really cool professors
  • What is one piece of advice you would give to a first-year or transfer student? I would say, “do your best, mistakes are normal. What you do with them is what makes you who you are”.
Christian Jimenez
  • Hometown:   Fontana
  • Major:   Administration- Management
  • CSUSB Involvement:  Orientation, Four Year Graduation Pledge
  • What do you like best about CSUSB?  The campus and the people.
  • What is one piece of advice you would give to a first-year or transfer student? Make sure you know how to use campus resources because they can help you in a bind.
Jojo Taloza
  • Hometown:   Colton
  • Major:   Pre- Nursing
  • CSUSB Involvement: Orientation, Honors Program, Nursing Mentor Program
  • What do you like best about CSUSB?  CSUSB welcomes diversity. The professional staff, along with professors and mentors, are some of the most caring, empathetic, and motivating individuals.
  • What is one piece of advice you would give to a first-year or transfer student? Be open to the events and resources the campus provides. Take every opportunity given to you and always remember that you can do it!
Raeven Jones
  • Hometown:   Apple Valley
  • Major:   Psychology
  • CSUSB Involvement:  Orientation, Psychology Honors Program, Psychology Peer Advising Center
  • What do you like best about CSUSB?  I like the calm and welcoming atmosphere of the campus
  • What is one piece of advice you would give to a first-year or transfer student? I would tell the students to be confident in themselves. Confidence is key and never be afraid to ask questions.