22% OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ARE PARENTS
CSUSB offers several resources to assist students with dependents. Student caregivers navigate a unique set of challenges that can impact access and success. This website identifies available support services that address financial, academic and parental challenges unique to student parents, caregivers, and guardians.
Connect with other Student Parents and Caregivers
Join the Student Parents Coyote Connection group to connect to other student parents. Events and resources can be posted by CSUSB and students as a way to stay informed about opportunities and information that is relevant to students guardians. Learn more about the Student Parents Coyote Connection group by logging into Coyote Connection.
CSUSB Student Parent Resource Guide
Browse the pages of the CSUSB Student Parent Resource Guide to learn more about how some of the CSUSB departments and programs can assist students who are caregivers. Contact the units directly for more information.
Children’s Center and Infant Toddler Lab
The CSUSB Early Childhood Education Programs supports students and families within the university and community at large by providing high quality child care and hands on learning experiences through developmentally appropriate practices, building relationships, and recognizing individual strengths and values. Learn more about the programs at the Children’s Center and Infant Toddler Lab.
Parent Resource Center
The Institute for Child Development and Family Relations are excited to offer the Parent Resource Center as a one-stop-shop for students with dependents. Increase your community by stopping by to learn about resources, find space for respite and meet faculty, staff and other student parents. Located in the Institute for Child Development and Family Relations office located in FO-175, the Parent Resource Center is waiting on your arrival.
While the entire CSUSB community is here to support student parents, please contact the Dean of Students at email@example.com with any questions or concerns