Experience what makes CSUSB a leading institution in the Inland Empire and how We Define the Future.
We encourage prospective undergraduates and their families to visit California State University, San Bernardino. Take advantage of several opportunities for prospective students and their families to visit CSUSB. We host several on-campus events throughout the year, and we invite you to join us for the chance to find out what makes our campus unique. We also host online events and travel throughout the state to take CSUSB to you.
When: October 16, 2021
Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Where: Details in Registration
California State University, San Bernardino is excited to present this year's virtual CSUSB Preview! This program is an exclusive event for high school juniors, seniors and their families.
Many students attend more than one college as they work toward obtaining their degrees. California State University, San Bernardino is excited to present Transfer CSUSB! This program is an exclusive program for Community College students and their families.
When: Multiple Dates
Time: Multiple Times
Where: Virtually via Zoom
We know you have many choices when looking to continue your educational journey. To help with your transition to college, we would like to invite you to take part in multiple virtual sessions that help showcase our colleges, campus resources, and talk about your next steps in becoming a #Coyote4Life!
All high school counselors, principals, transfer coordinators, and transfer oriented community college personnel are invited to join us for Counselor’s Day. A perfect chance to introduce you to, or update your knowledge of, CSUSB's admissions process. Participants will hear from our academic colleges, impacted programs, our University, Honors Program, and much more.
Underrepresented Student Events
Where: CSUSB San Bernardino Campus
In line with CSUSB’s core values and commitment to inclusivity, social justice and equity; we support several programs for underrepresented prospective and admitted students. These programs are focused around cultural and college transition issues faced by underrepresented students and we strive to raise awareness of resources to enhance that experience.