Cody the Coyote would love to see you on campus. However, because our in-person services are limited at this time, we are now offering live virtual visits to CSUSB. We welcome counselors, teachers, prospective students and families to sign up for a visit today.
Welcome to California State University, San Bernardino’s Palm Desert Campus (PDC). We invite you to explore our suburban 170-acre campus located in the Coachella Valley, just 14 miles south of the historic downtown City of Palm Springs.
Whether you’re just beginning your college search or have already been admitted to CSUSB’s Palm Desert Campus, visiting campus will provide you with insights you simply can’t get through word-of-mouth exchanges, view books, or websites. Come and experience Coyote Life for yourself!
Choose from the multiple types of visit options that best suit your needs.
PDC Virtual Tours are intended for Palm Desert Campus prospective students and their families. We offer live Individual/Family Tours and Group Tours via Zoom webinar. A typical virtual tour will last approximately 1 hour.
PDC Virtual Admissions Events, on select days throughout the year, join us for programs that include parent and student information sessions, presentations from housing, financial aid, campus tours and academic programs. Sign-up for one of our many yearly events today.
Experience CSUSB’s Palm Desert campus for yourself and get a feel for what it’s like to be a Coyote!
For more information about CSUSB's Palm Desert campus visits and events please contact our following staff:
Direct: (909) 537-8272
The health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff is our top priority at California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB). Therefore, the Campus Tours and Visitor Center has temporarily suspended in-person services due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Starting Monday, March 23, 2020, staff will not physically be in the office. However, we continue to be excited about your visit to CSUSB and we know you might have questions about campus tours or our admission events. Therefore, our staff will be monitoring both phone messages and e-mail communications remotely. To ensure that we help assist you more effectively, please make sure you clearly identify your first and last name, and email address when leaving either a voice mail or sending an email message (if you are an admitted student, please provide your Coyote ID and Coyote Email). We will respond to your message as soon as possible.