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Beach Connection Fall 2019
Why Do You Support The Beach? As we highlight in this issue of Beach Connection, one of the best ways to support CSULB is to share your unique school stories and Beach Pride. Many thanks to the hundreds of Alumni Members who responded to our recent survey and answered the question: Why Do You Support The Beach? We've collected many thoughtful and inspiring responses on the Beach Connection website. Read on to hear from your fellow Alumni Members.
Setting the Pace for Sustainbility
Amid dire climate predictions and environmental disasters in the region, our campus continues to transform with ambitious initiatives, evolving infrastructure and a growing culture for climate neutrality. Here is a glimpse of a few ways our campus, its numerous environmental groups and thousands of individuals are leading the way to a climate-neutral campus by 2030.  
Before they Were Alumni Student Jobs
Beach alumni are leaders in their fields and champions of their industries, but how did they get to where they are today? Before they were directors, entrepreneurs, and professionals, they built their skills in colorful roles throughout the Long Beach community. Sometimes unusual, sometimes completely left of field from their career path, the jobs alums held as students nonetheless shaped the professional they would become. They got their hands dirty, donned costumes and took tickets, and...
CSU Alumni Baseball Game
New York – D.C. – Hong Kong – Taipei – Dallas – Tokyo CSULB’s regional networks are made possible by the initiative of small groups of alumni with a lot of Beach pride. For alumni pursuing careers beyond our shores, these informal networks are a resource for personal connections, professional opportunities and lasting friendships. The Alumni Association fully supports these passionate alumni groups as they represent the best of our alma mater around the world.
Solar Panels
As CSULB rises to meet the needs of tomorrow’s students, your campus is receiving a slew of expansions and upgrades as well.
Beach Board
How many years did it take you to graduate? Was it more than you expected? If so, you’re not alone. In 2016, only 16 percent of CSULB students who began as freshmen met their 4-year graduation goals. The other 84 percent would require additional semesters to graduate, adding a burden to their career plans and curbing the flow of students vying to enter the workforce.