Community Service Officer (CSO) Program
Community Service Officers (CSOs) are CSUMB student employees who perform a wide variety of duties in support of the University Police Department including:
- Traffic, Parking, and Crowd Control for Special Events
- NightWalk Service
- Library Security
- Live Scan Fingerprinting Service
- Front Counter Service for the University Police Department
- Variety of other duties in support of the University Police Department
Parking Services is seeking students to become Community Service Officers (CSOs).
Pay starts at $14.00 hour and increases to $15.00 after training is complete.
To apply, fill out the application below and bring to the University Police Department, Valley Hall Bldg. 82E. For more information contact the University Police Department at 831-582-3573.
Call 831-655-0268 to request a Night Walk.
The Night Walk Service provides escorts between main campus locations to anyone regardless of their affiliation with CSUMB. Escorts will be provided on foot and are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The service is provided by CSO's Monday through Friday evenings from 6:30pm to midnight during the fall and spring semesters, and police officers during the times CSO's are not staffed.
Jump starts are provided free of charge for any vehicle on CSUMB property, call 831-655-0268.
Parking Services has initiated a program of bicycle parking enforcement on campus. Bicycles must be parked in designated bicycle racks and shall not be secured to stairways, benches, light poles, utility fixtures, parking devices, signs or any other object not specifically intended for bicycle parking. Bicycles are not allowed in buildings. Illegally parked bicycles are subject to impound and fees.