Students can learn about joining the Peace Corps on Friday, September 5 from 11 am to 12 pm in the University Student Union.
Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet and Congressman Alan Lowenthal will talk about the importance of public service and how individuals can make a difference through the Peace Corps. There will also be a volunteer who will speak about the application process and what it is like to serve in the Peace Corps.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, December 10 will be a student study day except for students whose Wednesday-only class final exam was previously scheduled for Wednesday, December 17. Final exams for these Wednesday-only classes will be held on December 10. Learn more.
Faculty and staff can submit applications for the second cohort of the Leadership Fellows professional development program. Learn more.
The Bob Cole Conservatory of Music is offering faculty and staff two free tickets per semester to any of its concerts in the Daniel Recital Hall. Learn more.
Next month the Property Office will hold a sale/auction of university property identified as no longer needed by the campus, as well as unclaimed items in the Lost and Found Department. Learn more.
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.
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