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Did You Know?

The new Long Beach Trauma Recovery Center opened on the campus of Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center on April 18 with a focus on providing comprehensive mental health services for survivors of trauma and victims of crime.

A partnership between California State University Long Beach (CSULB) and Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center, the center is the second of its kind in California.

Celebration Honors Outstanding Faculty, Students, Staff

Congratulations to the faculty, staff, students and alumna who were recognized for their remarkable achievements. Learn more.

Funding for RIMI Faculty Fellows

The Research Infrastructure in Minority Institutions (RIMI) Project recently put out a call for new faculty research fellow applications. We are disappointed to have to notify the CSULB faculty community that we have been notified by the National Institutes of Health that we will not be able to fund any new faculty fellows. Learn more.

Open Forums for Vice President of Student Services

Finalists for the Vice President for Student Services position are on campus through next week. Learn more.

Be Part of the Commencement Celebration

Staff are invited to volunteer at the 2014 Commencement ceremonies, May 20-23. Learn more.

Funding for Transportation Research

Monday is the deadline to apply for METRANS Transportation Center funding for research directed at solving significant metropolitan transportation problems. Learn more.

Win a Membership to the SRWC

Sign up between June 1 and July 1 for the Student Recreation & Wellness Center’s (SRWC) third annual Summer Wellness Program. Learn more.

Upcoming Events
President Para's Farewell Gathering
Jewels of the Night
Bike to Work Day
Scholarly Writing Institute

Welcome to the New Semester

The Spring 2014 semester has gotten off to a good start. Once again, CSULB's popularity is evident as Spring enrollments are running ahead of forecasts. We expect about 1,000 more students this Spring than last.

Applications for Fall 2014 admission also reached an all-time high, with 83,500 applications for undergraduate admission received by December 1. We believe that Long Beach received the 5th largest number of applications of any U.S. university. Get the entire message.


Provost's Wednesday Message


Academic Affairs 2013 Annual Report


Don't Forget... Dates & Deadlines

1/27 Supporting Materials for Faculty Awards Due
1/29 Deadline to submit abstracts for the Women’s Research Colloquium
2/21 CSULB Student Research Competition