Book Your In-Person Group Tour Today!
Our Coyote Ambassadors are eager to welcome you to California State University, San Bernardino—in person—to see what life is like on campus!
A group visit is for high schools, community colleges, or community groups with more than 10 guests.
In-Person Group Campus Visit
- Duration: 1 hr 30 min
- Location: 5500 University Parkway San Bernardino, Ca 92407
Group Visit Requirements
- 1:10 chaperone-student ratio
- 50 student limit
- Due to limited staffing and availability, we do not provide visits for preschool, kindergarten, or 1st through 5th grade groups.
- We do not provide any self-guided visits to CSUSB.
- Please consider taking these groups for a visit to our RAFFMA Museum!
- We recommend registering for a virtual group visit if your group does not meet these requirements.
- Campus Tour (60-Minutes)
- CSUSB Presentation (30 Minutes)
Making the Most of Your Visit
Visiting a college is essential for deciding which university to attend. Here are some tips that will help you get the most out of your time at CSUSB:
If you’re looking for a bite to eat during your visit, we recommend checking out our Yotie Eats webpage for all open dining options.
To purchase meal tickets in advance for our Coyote Commons, please get in touch with Susana Gutierrez, Residential Dinning Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (951) 522-4923.
Pick up a copy of The Coyote Chronicle for a truly unique student perspective.
Our students are more than happy to share their Coyote experience with you! Here are some questions we recommend you ask our tour guides:
- What does it mean that CSUSB is a Hispanic Serving and Minority Serving university?
- What is Coyote Fest?
- Tell me more about your CSUSB Adventure program.
- What are your favorite places to hang out on and off campus?
- What is the PAWS Report?
- Do you have a favorite class?
- Someone explained that CSUSB is the "Craddle of Education." What does that mean?
- CSUSB has a Palm Desert Campus; what is unique on that campus?
- What will my professors expect of me academically?
- What is your favorite aspect of attending CSUSB?
- What is Pet your Stress Away with Dogs?
- Do I have to declare a major when I start at CSUSB?
- What is advising like at CSUSB, and how would I choose my classes?
Traveling to CSUSB
If navigating to campus by GPS, including via rideshare services, use the following addresses for our most commonly used campus entrance:
University Parkway Entrance
5500 University Pacontactino, CA 92407
If you are driving a personal vehicle, you are instructed to go to our Information Center at the main entrance of our university through University Parkway and let them know you are on campus for a campus tour and they will hand you a parking pass.
For buses, you can drop off and pick up your group at our temporary drop-off location in Lot F. Please use this map and share it with your bus drivers to locate the temporary drop-off and pickup locations.
On the day of your scheduled campus visit, please check in at our drop-off location no more than 10 minutes prior to your visit time.
If your group is more than 10 minutes early or needs to use the restroom, please make your way to Coyote Commons and return to our drop-off location.
The Campus Tours and Visitor Center is a 5- to 10-minute walk from most campus entrances. Our center is located within University Hall, located directly across from Parking Lot D.
Also remember that Coyotes are friendly! If you need any assistance, please ask anyone on campus to direct you toward the Campus Tours and Visitor Center.
Due to limited tour guide staffing, student-led tours will have a 15-minute grace period for late arrivals. If you are more than 15 minutes late to your scheduled student-led tour, we will have to reschedule your visit.
Helpful Publications and Videos
As you begin exploring different university aspects of life on campus. Discover what makes Coyote Life so great on our San Bernardino Campus!
Individuals with disabilities who need accommodations to attend our visits may contact a Campus Tours and Visitor Center representative by emailing email@example.com. It is requested that individuals requiring accommodations or auxiliary aids such as sign language interpreters and alternative format materials notify us at least 7 days prior to their visit. Every reasonable effort will be made to provide reasonable accommodations in an effective and timely manner.