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Did You Know?

CSULB students' creation of a non-invasive diagnostic tool for pulmonary physicians took the top prize at the university's Innovation Challenge last week. Learn more.

Achievement Awards Ceremony Honors 14

Faculty, staff and students are invited to attend the University Achievement Awards honoring 14 members of the campus community Thursday, April 17 at The Pointe in the Walter Pyramid. Learn more.

President Para's Farewell Event

The campus community is invited to attend a farewell gathering for retiring President Donald J. Para on Wednesday, April 23 from 2:30 to 4 pm at the Carpenter Center. Learn more.

Summer Courses Online

Courses for May Intersession and Summer 2014 can now be accessed at Summer BeachBoard. Learn more.

Be Part of the Biggest Campus Event of the Year

Staff are invited to help make Commencement special for graduates and their families by volunteering at the ceremonies. Learn more.

Open Forums for Vice President of Student Services

Finalists for the Vice President for Student Services position will be on campus over the next two weeks. Learn more.

Get ready to ride! Thursday May 15 is Bike to Work Day

Skip a trip to the gym and bike to work on Thursday, May 15. There will be a "Pit Stop/Energizing Station" from 7 to 9 am at the West Turnaround by Brotman Hall. Learn more.

ASCSU Senator Election Results

Dr. David Hood (History) has been reelected as CSULB's representative to the statewide Academic Senate. Learn more.

Earth Expo is Next Week

Celebrate Earth Day at CSULB's Earth Expo. Learn more.

Upcoming Events
Apr
17
University Achievement Awards
Apr
22&23
Earth Expo

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