Success links for students
Use the link above when you are signed into your CSUMB dashboard apps, or you can contact us by phone 831-582-3937 (leave a voice mail if we unable to answer).
Back on Track Workshops: Call 831-582-3937 to schedule a make-up Back on Track workshop with Ardith Tregenza if you need to complete the Back on Track process before registering for next semester.
Fill out the "Student Request for Support" if you are facing challenges and would like to get connected with support programs or resources. A student Success advisor will contact you in 36 hours or less.
For students who have taken time off from CSUMB and would like to return to complete their degree. Our "Welcome Back Otter" advisor will contact former students who would like to return to CSUMB.
Student Success Services
- Time management
- Student success workshops and advising
- Getting connected to resources
- Reducing test anxiety and stress
- Improving note-taking and study strategies
- Goal setting and MORE!
Reports submitted by faculty/staff
Faculty should use the Academic Early Alert form to report ACADEMIC concerns about a student who has missed class, is not participating in class, or is struggling to be successful in a class. Your report will go to a Student Success Advisor, who will reach out and help connect the student with appropriate resources.
Others (non-faculty) should use the CARE TEAM report below.
Use this form to report health, safety, or behavior/conduct concerns, or specific incidents of concern. This report goes to the CARE Manager. (EMERGENCIES should be reported by dialing 911). The CARE Manager works closely with Health and Wellness Services, UPD, Student conduct, and other offices to support students in crisis or in difficult personal situations.
Committed to CSUMB's Founding Vision Statement
The Center for Student Success is committed to serving the diverse people of California, especially the working class and low-income populations; meeting the needs of communities in the immediate Tri-county region; and upholding the principles of multilingual, multicultural, and gender equitable learning.