Join us as we tour CSUSB, a top-ranked university that prides itself on leading a population of 81% first-generation students toward successful futures.
Ten Cal State San Bernardino students from various backgrounds share their unique college experiences. From a first-generation nursing student who highlights her favorite campus resources to an entrepreneurship major who credits the program with helping him with his two businesses, their stories show how CSUSB serves a diverse population and prepares its students to define the future.
Nontraditional transfer student and proud parent Tierra Scott (communication studies) explains how CSUSB has perfected her talent as a podcaster and has taught her valuable skills that she hopes to bring with her when she runs for California governor.
After hearing great things about CSUSB, Camille Rhyne (psychology) made it her first-choice university and now immerses herself in research projects on campus, with the hopes of presenting her research at the university’s annual Meeting of the Minds event.
Entrepreneur Evan Tupper (business) turned his hobby into a full-blown business thanks to the help of CSUSB faculty in the business program and the knowledge he’s gained from the university’s School of Entrepreneurship, the first of its kind in California.
First-generation student Riana Sellers (nursing) credits CSUSB’s programs, such as Orientation and First Year Experience, for helping her navigate a university campus, where she was introduced to various resources and gained lifelong friends.
When choosing a university, Marrian Angeles (economics) knew she wanted a place where she could work hard and play hard, and CSUSB was the one to offer her both – excellent academic programs as well as exciting activities throughout the year.
Joshua Alban (communication studies) is committed to bringing school spirit to campus and bettering the community, and loves the fact that CSUSB offers programs that embrace diversity and hosts various events that help make a difference.
Live with the Pack
Resident assistant and student athlete Maame Banahene (criminal justice) describes how her experiences living on campus have positively impacted her, especially her Living Learning Community, which offers academic, social and cultural resources.
Health and Wellness
Sports lover Dillon Darrow (kinesiology) credits CSUSB for helping him obtain multiple professional certifications and appreciates the many programs and resources that the university offers to keep every student both mentally and physically healthy.
Globally Connected: Diversity & Study Abroad Opportunities
An international student from South Korea, Yujin Lee (theater arts) was initially nervous about coming to the U.S., but quickly made new friends and learned about different cultures thanks to the many on- and off-campus activities at CSUSB.
Guadalupe Romero (biopsychology) has big dreams to attend graduate school, and CSUSB is helping her achieve her goals through on-campus clubs, programs and labs, which have already given her the opportunity to conduct research at an Ivy League school.
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CSUSB continues to serve a diverse population and prepares its students to define the future.