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CSU Chancellor’s Office

As a leader in higher education, the California State University is deeply committed to ensuring academic opportunities are available to all the state's students, regardless of citizenship status.

CSU Resources for Undocumented Students

Technology Resources

Your Information Technology Services (ITS) Team, in collaboration with the John M. Pfau Library Information Technology Team, and your local College IT Team, continues to roll out resources to help you to be successful as we have transitioned back to campus.

Technology Resources for Students

Food Security 

The Obershaw DEN serves to assist CSUSB students who face food insecurity or scarcity. The Obershaw DEN is only available to currently enrolled CSUSB students, including undergraduate, credential, graduate, and doctoral students. 

CSUSB Obershaw DEN

Financial Security

CSUSB offers Emergency Grants (grants do not have to be re-paid, citizenship status does not affect eligibility).

CSUSB Grant Programs

Emergency Loans

CSUSB offers its current students Emergency Loans. Short-term Emergency Loans may be granted from $50.00 - $600.00 and Major Emergency Loans may be granted to cover up to 100% of tuition. 

CSUSB Emergency Loans


Current and prospective CSUSB students are encouraged to email the USSC Director, Jairo Leon, or make an appointment with our Peer Mentors for any remaining questions and/or academic guidance.