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  • CSUMB dedicated to sustainability on Earth Day, every day

    At CSU Monterey Bay, integrating environmentalism and sustainability into all areas of our campus every day is a vital part of our core mission to serve students. We want to ensure that the grandchildren and great-grandchildren of our current students will continue to thrive at CSUMB for generations to come, university leaders say.

  • Yolanda Anglin accepted as WACUBO mentee

    April 19, 2021 - The Western Association of College and University Business Officers (WACUBO) has accepted Yolanda Anglin, CSUMB’s director of budget and planning, to its mentorship program for 2021-2022.

  • Transgender icon Laverne Cox encourages students to be resilient

    April 16, 2021 - Laverne Cox shared her experience being a transgender actress. She imparted a message about self-love and resilience for CSUMB students.

  • Diverse Campus Community

    Since our founding in 1994, CSU Monterey Bay has remained committed to creating a diverse and inclusive community dedicated to the success of all students, faculty and staff. In fact, U.S. News & World Report has ranked CSUMB as one of the most diverse universities in the country.

  • Angelica Muro talks equity, ethnicity, career and culture

    April 13, 2021 - CSUMB professor and chair of Visual and Public Art, Angelica Muro, spoke together with artist Amy Diaz-Infante in a wide-ranging, moderated, virtual conversation at the Monterey Museum of Art.

  • What students can expect in housing and dining this fall

    April 9, 2021 - With COVID-19 countermeasures taking effect, and California's tier system slated to end, here's what students and their families can expect in CSUMB campus life this Fall.

  • Men of Color in Education shared lessons about representation

    April 9, 2021 - The panel discussion sowed the seeds for future generations to be able to see role models in schools who reflect their own lives.

  • CSUMB awarded CARES grant to help small businesses recover from pandemic

    WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration announced a $749,810 CARES Act Recovery Assistance grant to the University Corporation at Monterey Bay on Thursday, April 8. The grant will provide technical assistance to coronavirus-impacted small businesses and support the economic resiliency of the Monterey Bay region. It is expected to create 35 jobs, retain 200 jobs, and generate $3 million in private investment, a news release.

  • CSUMB and GetVirtual program helps small businesses during pandemic

    April 6, 2021 - A novel program has helped small businesses transition online during COVID-19, and continues to help as the pandemic recedes.

  • Aside from engaging studies, here’s what else CSUMB offers

    April 2, 2021 - California State University, Monterey Bay continually innovates to meet the needs of each new generation of students. This is the fourth in a series of stories about why students choose CSUMB. Read other parts of the series at the bottom of this story.

  • New study tabulates CSUMB’s economic contributions to regional economy

    Published April 1, 2021 - The Chancellor's Office commissioned an independent study that found multiple positive economic effects derived from CSU spending.


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