CSULB Research Programs Info Session

Information Sessions are held multiple times a year during the fall and spring semesters between September and February for one hour and provide information about the programs and how to apply. For questions about these sessions, please contact BUILD.Students@csulb.edu.

Not sure where to start? Visit the Office of Undergraduate Research Services (OURS) webpage and take the CSULB Undergraduate Research Program Questionnaire to see which program(s) may fit your interests.

Upcoming Sessions

  • Student/Alumni Research Panel (Virtual)
    • LET'S TALK ABOUT UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AT CSULB! Hear from current CSULB undergraduates and alumni. Learn how they got involved in research and how these experiences have impacted their future.
    • Date: 9/29/2022
    • Time: 5pm (PST)
    • Location: Registration Link

Fall Informational Sessions

Become an Undergraduate Student Researcher!

We are excited to invite you to learn more about opportunities on campus that prepare you for your career. At CSULB we have research programs that are designed to help students get hands-on research experiences and be mentored by professors in your major. Join one of the Info Sessions to learn how the Office of Undergraduate Research Services (OURS) and CSULB research programs can support you!

You will hear from program representatives and current undergraduate researchers about the benefits, requirements, and application process as well as their research experience. Time is allotted at the end for questions from the audience.

  • Undergraduate Research Programs - Virtual Info Session #1
  • Undergraduate Research Programs - Virtual Info Session #2

2021-2022 Information Session Recording


CSULB Research Programs Information Session


Additional CSULB Research Opportunities

These are many ways to get involved in research at CSULB and you do not need to join a formalized program. Visit the Office of Research and Economic Development’s Student Research Opportunities page for a list of undergraduate/graduate level programs and CSULB and CSU student funding opportunities.