Student Development & Support
Campus programs, people, and resources dedicated to supporting our students so they can better support themselves, their family and friends, and our communities.
Faculty can better support the academic and personal success of their students by becoming familiar with CSUMB'S many student support programs.
Supports students with creating educational plans; identifying transfer courses from community colleges; choosing classes; understanding the prerequisites for majors; matching a majors to careers; and selecting appropriate courses depending on ELM/EPT scores; prior academic success, and/or class standing; and declaring & updating majors.
CAT assistance for making course materials accessible to students with disabilities.
Accessibility information for on-campus parking, off-campus transportation, and on-campus & local transportation.
Empowers and represents students in all areas of concern by upholding our university’s commitment to its Vision Statement, while sustaining an active role in the decisions, actions, and affairs of our university through advocacy and equitable governance.
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.
Upon receipt, the Team reviews the report, assesses the threat and determines the best referrals for support, intervention, warning/notification and response.
Provides urgent, primary, and ancillary care, and referral services to students, faculty, staff, their dependents, and guests of the CSUMB community.
Prepares students to make informed decisions about their futures by providing resources, programs and counseling on career development, internships, employment and graduate school.
Meets weekly to identify potential students in crisis and concerns within the university community that may impact student well-being in order to generate awareness and plan collaborative responses.
Provides service through spiritual support to students, faculty and staff of CSUMB.
Provides quality, licensed, affordable childcare to the campus community.
Provides high-quality learning assistance in computer technology, math, science, writing, languages and study strategies aimed at meeting a variety of learning needs at all ability levels.
Resources for helping faculty identify and respond productively and effectively to students exhibited mild to severe distressed or disruptive behavior in our outside the classroom.
Advances excellence at CSUMB through inclusion and equity.
Enforces student conduct policies and addressing student behavioral issues, utilizing methods that are consistent with the University's goal of providing students with learning experiences.
Provides CSUMB with resources, a safe space, and opportunities to engage in diversity, cross-culturalism, and social justice!
Supports the academic, personal, social, spiritual, and physical development of the whole person.
Provides primary prevention education and health promotion to foster academic success and well being.
Protects all people regardless of their gender or gender identity from sex discrimination, which includes sexual harassment and sexual violence.
Promotes student development through co-curricular programming, community involvement, leadership opportunities, and student advocacy.
Promotes the empowerment, wellness, and full integration of students with disabilities into campus life and the campus community.
Offers students a unique opportunity to make connections within the university community.
Promotes the academic, personal, and social success of all students.
Trains, supports, and engages students in undergraduate research.
Provides a seamless transition to higher education on our campus. We provide VA Educational Benefits Certification as well as admissions information and academic counseling assistance to help veteran students achieve their higher educational goals.