Beginning the Fall semester of 2019, we will have completed twenty five years as an institution.
We will celebrate our "silver jubilee" throughout our academic year starting in Fall 2019 and continuing through commencement in Spring 2020.
We will incorporate our celebration into existing events on-campus as well as plan for events off-campus with our surrounding community.
To date, we've included:
- Fall 2019: Otter Days (Aug), RAFT homecoming and Open House (Oct), Dia de los Muertos (Nov), Celebration of Research (Nov), University Promise (Dec), Winter Capstone Festival (Dec)
- Spring 2020: Social Justice Colloquium, Capstone Festival and Commencement (May)
Tell your story!
Were you a founder? Visionary? Pioneer? Innovator?
Or do you have a great story to tell about the first 25 years of our institution?Tell your story!
Honoring the past. Serving the future.
Since 1917, men and women of the United States Army served their country at Fort Ord.
In 1994, we continued a tradition of service by making it part of our DNA in our Founding Vision Statement.
We see ourselves as "stewards of place," providing service to our region, state, country and world.
As one of our 13 founding faculty, Marsha Moroh went on to become dean of the College of Science and left a legacy of vision and innovation.
Congressman Sam Farr will tell you it was difficult to go against the wishes of his local community in establishing a university.
Mary Ann Ebner said yes to a novel idea for recreation. Two decades later it produced national champions.
25 for 25
25 for the last 25
We want to honor and thank those 25 individuals who made us what we have become.
25 for the next 25
We also want to highlight the 25 we think will take us into the next 25 years.Nominate
On August 29, 1994: "Hank Hendrickson, Executive Dean of CSUMB, is finally able to record the deed at the Monterey County Recorder's Office in Salinas…” We became “the legal owner of the property, and work on the buildings can begin." - source history.csumb.edu