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In This Issue - January 17, 2020

North Section of Earl Warren Drive Closed to Vehicles Starting January 20, 2020

The north section of Earl Warren Drive (adjacent to the new Student Housing project site) will be closed to vehicle traffic starting Monday, January 20, 2020. This closure will be in effect until mid-August 2020, re-opening prior to the start of the Fall 2020 semester. Pedestrian access will remain. More information on the project can be found at the Beach Building Services Project Information and Updates page.

For detailed closure location please map.  Should you have any question or concerns, please contact Beach Building Services Service Response at (562)985-HELP or Thank you and pardon the inconvenience while we continue to make improvements to the CSULB campus.

CSULB Employee of the Month

Congratulations to Lyndsay Harrison, Coordinator of Supplemental Instruction for The Learning Center, November 2019 Employee of the Month.  Her ceremony was held at Friendship Walk on Wednesday, December 18, 2019.  Check out the updated Staff Recognition website to see event photos and Lyndsay’s profile.

Congratulations to December’s Rideshare Winners

Congratulations to December Rideshare winners Lizbeth Garcia, Chloe Pascual, Greg Bunton and Candice Wong. Employees who use sustainable modes of travel to campus are eligible to participate in a monthly drawing! Each month, four rideshare members are selected and rewarded with $50 in Beach Bucks. More information can be found at Employee Rideshare Incentives. Go Green, Go Beach!

2018-2019 Annual Parking and Transportation Services Report

Parking and Transportation Services has released their Annual Report for FY 2018-19.  The purpose of this report is to provide a transparent view of parking financials (revenue, expenses and reserves), insights into parking hidden costs, and statistical comparisons between our campus and other universities within the CSU system.

Did you know that in the past year enforcement officers performed over 240 battery jumps for stranded motorists on campus? That campus shuttles drove for over 17,800 hours? It’s true! You can find all of this and more inside this year’s report. View it now at Annual Report for FY 2018-19.

Postal Rate Increase Effective January 26, 2020 

Effective January 26, 2020, the U.S. Postal Service will increase its postage rates for select USPS mailing & shipping services. As a result, the postal rates on campus at Receiving and Mail Services will also increase to reflect those changes.

For a full list of new rates, please review the 2020 Price Change Announcement. For additional questions, please contact CSULB Receiving and Mail Services or call Ext. 5-4828.



From Past Issues:

New CSU Policy Library Now Available

The Chancellor's Office is pleased to announce the creation of the CSU central repository for system-wide policies called the CSU Policy Library.

Last year, a committee with members from all seven divisions of the Chancellor's Office was convened to analyze how we manage and publish system-wide policies. Using information collected from campuses and Chancellor's Office employees, as well as data obtained during a similar study done in 2015, this group determined that policies were published in many formats and locations, and were difficult to find.


Over the following months, the committee selected PolicyStat to support a new CSU Policy Library. PolicyStat provides a central repository to search, update, and review current systemwide policies. All aspects of the policy lifecycle will be managed through PolicyStat, increasing efficiency and enhancing quality and compliance management.


The CSU Policy Library provides a simple, comprehensive, and powerful way to quickly find CSU systemwide policies and is available now at 


If you have any questions about the CSU Policy Library, please email or call (562) 951-4600.



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