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Students walking on campus
The Beach is home to people with a multitude of different abilities, backgrounds, viewpoints, and identities. I am endlessly proud that we are the kind of university that attracts students, faculty, and staff who mirror the extraordinary diversity of our region, country, and world.
This week marks the beginning of the United States Supreme Court's new term, when the justices weigh arguments that can have lifechanging impacts on many in our community.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Student dancing
Reflecting our commitment to Hispanic student success, it is fitting that our new academic year begins with a celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Students on campus on first day
Today marks the second anniversary of the rescinding of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Students during commencement ceremony
In an EdSource podcast, a small panel discusses why students are increasingly dropping out of college.
President Jane Close Conoley speaking at 2019 Convocation
Focus on BEACH 2030, Graduation Initiative for 2019-20
Students in the Go Beach letters
Founded in 1949, CSULB came of age during a period of massive social, political, and cultural change.
President Jane Close Conoley
Once again, I am reaching out in the wake of a senseless tragedy. This one, a massacre at a nightspot popular with students, has touched other campus communities in Southern California.
President Jane Close Conoley
We cannot turn our backs to history or the evidence: the Zero Tolerance policy damages children, families and communities
President Jane Close Conoley
As we approach the end of another academic year, I've been reflecting on some of our triumphs and challenges. Thoughts I'd like to share with you.