What is the Corporation?
The University Corporation at Monterey Bay is committed to supporting a culture of openness, trust, and integrity in all of its management and business practices. Our important documents are posted in various locations on our website but the Reporting Transparency page gathers all those links in one location.
What Does the Corporation Do? The University Corporation at Monterey Bay (the "Corporation") exists to enhance the educational program of the campus; directly serve students, faculty, and staff; and provide services to the public. Although the Corporation is a legally separate 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, it is a fully integrated part of the California State University, Monterey Bay campus.
The Corporation administers sponsored programs - better known as Grants & Contracts - as well as fund development, providing accounting and reporting expertise.
The Corporation also manages the student housing located on the Main Campus, North Quad, and the East Campus in Frederick Park as well as the faculty/staff housing located on the East Campus in Schoonover Park. Additionally, the Corporation is responsible for the business enterprises on campus including - but not limited to - campus dining services, bookstore operations, and conference and event services.
The Corporation is self-supporting and does not receive additional funding from state sources.