Students Turn Out for Tea with the VP and Road Show Events
February attracted a record number of students at Tea with the VP and the Student Affairs Road Show held on Feb. 15-16, respectively. More than 350 students lined up to learn about the division and grab a free In-N-Out lunch at the Road Show during Coyote Hour. Each department in the division showcased their resources and services at the event. Our goal was to create a greater awareness about the division and enhance our presence on campus. In addition to students, the event brought out CSUSB's presidents: University President Dr. Tomás D. Morales and Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President Paola Galvez.
Students in attendance received a Road Show passport as they checked in to the event and were asked to visit each table to learn more about our departments. They received a stamp or signature on their passport at each stop, and once completed, they turned in their passport to be entered into a drawing to win prizes and received lunch from In-N-Out.
Tea with the VP took place at the Center for Global Education on Feb. 15 from 12-1 p.m. The event attracted 70 students and provided them the opportunity to meet Vice President of Student Affairs Dr. Paz Olivérez, learn about the division, and share how we can support them on their journey at Cal State San Bernardino. Students joined Dr. Olivérez for light refreshments and received CSUSB swag.
Both events take place at the San Bernardino and Palm Desert campuses each semester. Check out photos from the Road Show and Tea with the VP on the Student Affairs Flickr! Stay connected and follow us on social media: Instagram, Flickr, and YouTube.