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  • Statement about the events of Jan. 6, 2021

    Like many, if not most of you, I watched in horror as live news coverage of the counting and recording of the votes of the US Electoral College by a joint session of Congress was violently halted and switched to the seditious mob outside storming the hallowed halls of the Capitol.

  • CSUMB and Monterey County teamed up on drive-thru COVID-19 vaccinations

    Published Jan. 6, 2021 - Emergency medical services personnel received the shots in their vehicles from county nurses at CSUMB's Lot 59.

  • Playing with the Future

    One thing has stayed constant for CSUMB alum Lauren Cohen during her two decades at Monterey’s MY Museum: the art of play as an integral part of early childhood learning.

  • Holiday hours and services

    The CSUMB campus is closed during the holiday break, but some services are still available.

  • Back to Campus

    Dec. 22, 2020 - The application period to enroll in CSUMB's Fall 2021 semester, which is anticipated to be in-person, has been extended to Jan. 15, 2021.

  • Fall 2021 application deadline extended to January

    To better support prospective students, CSUMB has decided to extend the Fall 2021 application deadline to Jan. 15, 2021.

  • Season of Giving

    Just a few years after its founding in 1994, CSU Monterey Bay began a holiday tradition of partnering with non-profit organizations in the community and donating gifts to families in need. The coronavirus pandemic threatened to derail the beloved tradition this year, but the spirit of giving prevailed.

  • Happy holidays and a healthy new year!

    This season is a time to be thankful for all we have overcome. Message from Eduardo Ochoa and Holly Byers Ochoa

  • California State University anticipates in-person return to campus for Fall 2021

    Dec. 9, 2020 - The California State University announces that it is planning for courses for the Fall 2021 term to be delivered primarily in-person.

  • Debbie Juran champions support for students most in need at CSUMB

    Debbie Juran, Foundation of California State University, Monterey Bay board member and adoptive mother of two CSUMB Alumnae, established a planned gift for CSUMB's College of Education, which predominantly benefits low income and first-generation students.

  • Lessons from Martin

    Martin Cisneros Jr. has navigated higher education and coronavirus, and grown into a committed relationship, all while fighting a rare form of cancer he's had for years.


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