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Want to advocate for students at CSUMB? Want to leave your mark on campus? Then join your Associated Students!
Blue Crue is the official fan group of CSUMB Athletics!
It was organized in 2008 in order to promote spirit at athletic events on campus. Our goal is to attend athletic events on campus and cheer on our fellow Otter Student-Athletes. Blue Crue is all about having fun, getting involved, and meeting new people!
Every Blue Crue event that you attend and participate in as a Blue Crue member will earn you an incentive (i.e. T-shirts, rally towels, sweatshirts etc.). Join Blue Crue to support our athletes and pump up our school spirit!
D and I Committee
The Diversity & Inclusion Committee is under CSUMB Associated Students (AS) advocating for students with disabilities, student veterans, cultural awareness, inclusivity + equity.
The Diversity & Inclusion Committee works on increasing cultural awareness, celebration of diversity, and promoting equity, and identity for all students through various approaches.
Lobby Corps is a board under the AS Senate that serves as a point of reference for legislative affairs as well as civic engagement. The board organizes promotional information about current legislation pertaining to CSUMB students and also informs the Senate on legislation as well as recommends stances to take.
Lobby Corps shall also serve as a student-driven coalition to advocate on behalf of all students at a local, state, and federal government level through attendance at relevant meetings (when possible) with the AS President as well as the AS Vice President of External Affairs.
The Lobby Corps also meets regularly with our political leaders through in-district legislative visits. Lobby Corps shall also represent CSUMB at the Chancellor’s Office in Long Beach, CA. Lobby Corps shall also promote civic engagement through voter registration, voter education events, and census (occurs every 10 years) activities.
Subscribe to the monthly Lobby Corps Newsletter! Stay up to date on civic engagement and policies that affect you!
- Research legislation that affects higher education and CSUMB students
- Recommend stances on legislation to AS Senate
- Attend relevant government meetings for all levels of government
- Represent CSUMB at the Chancellor’s Office and CSSA plenary meetings
- Lobby for legislation through district visits with local elected officials
- Encourage civic engagement through voter registration drives and educational events for voters
- Gain policy research and lobbying experience
- Sharpen communication skills
- Develop a wider level of leadership skills
- Gain experience working in a professional experience
What is the EAC?
Associated Students (AS) that promotes sustainability both on and off campus.
The purpose of the EAC is to advocate for the wellbeing of the environment and its inhabitants, through an environmental justice lens.
The EAC is open to all years and all majors.
Join our Newsletter!
Stay informed about events, new initiatives, and other news related to sustainability!
Join us on MyRaft
Register for upcoming EAC events!
The purpose of the Food & Waste Working Group is to help regulate output of waste and promote sustainable dietary practices.
The purpose of the Energy & Transportation Working Group is to advocate for sustainable transportation methods and energy usage.
The purpose of the Newsletter & Public Relations Working Group is to get others involved and interested in environmental advocacy and sustainable practices, as well as produce a monthly sustainability newsletter.