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Student Affairs Newsletter

 

Newsletter for Student Affairs

Welcome to the Division of Student Affairs E-Newsletter! This newsletter was created to share what is taking place in the division and give an inside look into our departments, programs, and services.

Over 21 departments make up the Division of Student Affairs, from housing to student engagement, career services to counseling, the student union to athletics, and so much more. We look forward to sharing information about the division, as well as highlighting division news and key events.

October 2020 Issue

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Check Out Coyote Connection – The Hub for Student Life

Check out the Coyote Connection events happening all year long, featuring the brand-new Coyote Hour, a designated time each week on Tuesday and Thursday from 12-12:50 p.m. when most students have no classes scheduled.

VOICE Peers
VOICE Program Advocates for Students

This month, we will highlight the student program VOICE. VOICE peer educators are students who use prevention education to reduce the number of their peers impacted by sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.

Daria Graham
CSUSB Welcomes New Dean of Students

Let's welcome Dr. Daria Graham! She is our new Dean of Students and Associate Vice President of Student Affairs at CSUSB. Dr. Graham joined the Coyote family in July.

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Virtual Mental Health Support Right at Your Fingertips

All 21-plus departments in Student Affairs are available to students virtually, including Counseling and Psychological Services. CAPS will continue to offer all of their regular services, just remotely through telephone or video conferencing.

Albert Angelo
Health Educator Engages Students for Over 20 Years

Meet Albert Angelo! He is the Senior Health Educator at CSUSB, leading the programs and activities of the Student Health Center's Department of Health Promotion.

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Student Affairs Road Show Introduces Students to Virtual Programs & Services

The first-ever virtual Student Affairs Road Show was held Aug. 24-Sept. 4. Each department in the division created a video highlighting their programs, resources, and services available to students both virtually and on campus.

Graciela Moran
Get to Know Your ASI President

Meet Graciela Moran! She is the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President. In this role, Graciela advocates for students both locally and statewide, making sure their voices are heard and issues affecting them get addressed.