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.
Published Jan. 6, 2021 - Emergency medical services personnel received the shots in their vehicles from county nurses at CSUMB's Lot 59.
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.
The CSUMB campus is closed during the holiday break, but some services are still available.
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.
To better support prospective students, CSUMB has decided to extend the Fall 2021 application deadline to Jan. 15, 2021.
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.
This season is a time to be thankful for all we have overcome. Message from Eduardo Ochoa and Holly Byers Ochoa
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, 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.
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.