Academic advising on the CSUMB and GE requirements, course planning, two-year plan workshops.
Basic Needs refers to the food, housing and overall wellness security of our community.
The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) serves as the centralized campus team for discussion and coordinated action regarding reports of disruptive, problematic or concerning behavior or misconduct from co-workers, students, community members, friends, colleagues, etc
Urgent, primary, and ancillary health care; referrals to other health services
Student cashiering, registration financial aid, Otter Cards and pay warrant distribution.
The Care Team identifies students who may be experiencing distress or have concerns within the university community that could potentially impact student well-being. The team consults in order to generate awareness and plan collaborative responses.
Major & career exploration, job & internship search, resume writing, interview preparation, professional networking and preparation for graduate school.
Academic coaching and academic skills workshops.
CAMP assists first-year students from migrant and farm worker backgrounds with academic advising, personal counselling, financial assistance and health services.
Free tutoring for language, math, science, technology, writing and ESL support.
Peer mentoring, academic advising, academic and personal development skills workshops and a student lab.
Financial aid counseling, applying for financial aid and determining financial aid eligibility.
Helps to meet unique needs of students who have a foster youth background.
Health & Wellness Services at CSUMB strives to assist members of the CSUMB community in achieving and maintaining physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness.
Reference and research assistance, course reserves, group study rooms and more.
Class enrollment, student record keeping, grading procedures, academic standing, official transcript ordering, transfer credit for continuing students, and graduation.
Cross cultural and social justice programming; student organization leadership development; internship opportunities; workshops and trainings; LGBTQ Safe Zone.
Crisis intervention, individual and group counseling, mental health workshops and training, consultation, peer education, campus chaplaincy, and referrals.
Co-curricular programs, community involvement, leadership opportunities and student advocacy
Academic and personal support services for students with learning, psychological and/or physical disabilities.
Student housing questions and information.
The Office of Student Life serves as a resource for students and their families to provide support, information, and referrals, and to facilitate resolution to student issues and problems.
The Title IX/DHR office works with all campus community members (students, staff, and faculty) on discrimination prevention and response. The aspects of discrimination covered include all aspects of protected identities: age, disability, genetic information, nationality, race, ethnicity, marital status, religion, veteran/military status, sexual orientation, and all aspects of gender including sexual misconduct and other forms of interpersonal violence.
The Transfer Student Success Center provides services to assist students with navigating the academic and cultural landscape of CSUMB. In collaboration with campus partners, the program connects students with success services to aid them in their academic, professional, and personal endeavors
Getting to campus and around town is easy, and as an Otter you have mobility options.
Peer mentoring, academic advising, academic and personal development skills workshops, student lab, health scholars, financial literacy and graduate school exploration.
Training, support, and engagement of students in undergraduate research who have the potential for research-based Masters and PhD programs.
Trusted resource and strategic partner in the recruitment, retention, and development of highly engaged faculty and staff.
Whether you are a visitor, a student, a member of the University staff, or a resident on the CSUMB campus, the officers and staff of the University Police Department are committed to ensuring your stay will be both safe and enjoyable.
- The Emergency Management and Health & Safety Division works with the extended CSUMB community to coordinate emergency planning, training, response and recovery efforts.
- The Night Walk Service provides escorts between main campus locations to anyone regardless of their affiliation with CSUMB.
Comprehensive advising on Federal VA, CA State and campus benefits and services available for students who are active military members, Veterans and their dependents. Appointments are recommended.