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CSULB takes pride in its tradition of maintaining civility and mutual respect toward all members of the university community. These are intrinsic to the establishment of excellence in teaching and learning. They also contribute to the maintenance of a productive workplace and an overall positive campus climate. CSULB also takes pride in the diversity of its student body and employees and affirms that this diversity enriches the work and learning environment of the campus.

CSULB affirms that members of the CSULB community have the right to work and learn in an environment free of discrimination. The university affirms the equal human worth of every individual and of distinctive groups of people, and fosters fair and equal treatment and access for all members of the university community. The university will not tolerate discrimination on the basis of race, religion, age, color, creed, gender, disability, sexual orientation, medical condition, national or ethnic origin, veteran status or any other basis not directly related to qualifications, unless specified by law.

These principles are applicable in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, employment policies, and in participation in university programs and activities or any other programs administered by the university.

In addition to meeting fully its obligations of nondiscrimination under federal and state law, CSULB is committed to creating a community in which a diverse population can learn, live and work in an atmosphere of tolerance, civility and respect for the rights and sensibilities of each individual, without regard to economic status, ethnic background, political views or other personal characteristics or beliefs. (Approved February 22, 2000.)

Campus Resources


Academic Programs/Resources Phone Number
American Indian Studies

(562) 985-4644

Asian/Asian American Studies

(562) 985-4645

Black Studies

(562) 985-4642

Center for Asian & Pacific American Studies

Center for Language Minority Education & Research (CLMER)

(562) 985-5806

Chicano & Latino Studies

(562) 985-4644

International Education

(562) 985-5289

Senior University

(562) 985-8237

Women’s Studies

(562) 985-4839

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Academic Support Programs Phone Number
Center for First Amendment Studies

(562) 985-4313

Center for International Education (CIE)

(562) 985-4106

Center for Successful Aging

(562) 985-1582

College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)

(562) 985-2006

Disabled Student Services

(562) 985-5401

Educational Equity Services

(562) 985-9214

Educational Opportunity Program

(562) 985-5587

Learning Alliance

(562) 985-7804

McNair Scholars Program

(562) 985-5637

Mentoring Business Program

(562) 985-4898

MESA Engineering Program

(562) 985-8014

Student Access to Science

(562) 985-4682

Student Support Services Program

(562) 985-7659

Summer Bridge Program

(562) 985-7653

University Multicultural Center

(562) 985-8150

Veteran Services

(562) 985-5436

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Support Services & Student Resource Centers Phone Number
Adult Re-entry

(562) 985-5358

American Indian Student Study Center

(562) 985-4963

Asian Pacific Student Resource Center

(562) 985-4181

African Student Association Center

(562) 985-4502

Chicano/Latino Center

(562) 985-5223

Equity & Diversity Office

(562) 985-8256

Interfaith Center

(562) 985-4369

Lesbian/ Gay/ Bisexual/ Transgender/ Resource Center

(562) 985-4585

University Ombuds

(562) 985-5983

Women’s Resource Center

(562) 985-8687

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Student Projects/Activities Phone Number
Human Relations Summit
(562) 985-5637
Students Talk About Race
(562) 985-8150
Voices of Discovery
(562) 985-4001
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Cultural Student Organizations Phone Number
SLD Cultural Student Organizations (562) 985-4181
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Campus Committees

Asian Pacific Islander Network
Black Faculty & Staff Association
Campus Climate Committee (Academic Senate Committee)
International Education Committee (Academic Senate Committee)
Latino Faculty & Staff Association
President’s Commission on the Status of Women


Web Resources

General:
Diversity Links (Wesleyan University)

Resources:
CSULB Library: Minority Health
CSULB Library: Multicultural Videos

Training:
Discovering Diversity Profile

Page Updated: 05/01/2007
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