In the Community



Campus Update

Fall 2022: CSULB adds several resources across campus

Resources include a new 360-degree approach to mental health outreach to expanded Wi-Fi service.

President’s Scholars inspire CSULB alumnus to give back

Father Dan was a Catholic priest who spent much of his religious life raising money for scholarships that would enable disadvantaged students to attend college. He helped with his nephew’s college costs at Loyola Marymount. 

Termite treatment at Carpenter Center

Tenting will commence on December 24

The Pyramid receives New Trees

The Camphor trees that surround the Pyramid have been struggling with health problems for many years due to disease and poor soil conditions.

University's Response to COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the university will be offering virtual instruction for the remainder of the spring semester. Most employees will also be working remotely.

Key Milestone Project Dates for the Student Housing project

Key Milestone Project Dates Step Date(s) Mobilize/Soft Demo 7/1/19 Demolition Early August 2019 Start Site Preparation Mid-August 2019 Star

Community Outreach Works, Pt. 3

Last month I shared just some of the events, services, and resources on the Long Beach State campus and available to community members. I’d like to add to that list. 

Why Athletics Matter at LBSU

With the financial challenges faced by the university and its students, why do you support Division 1 athletics?

Courting Friendships

Student-athletes help build a basketball court for Panama youth

Students help With Purpose raise money for childhood cancer

Time was running short and the rambunctious 8-year-old was slated to toss out the first pitch before Sunday’s Long Beach State baseball game at Bohl Diamond at Blair Field. 

'Move A Mile in Our Shoes' event raises scholarship money

Navigating a wheelchair couldn’t be that difficult Gus Orozco thought. Grip the wheels, push them forward and get to where you are going. Simple. That is, until the geography/environmental science major hit a three-foot patch of grass at the track stadium Friday as he made his way to the “Move A Mile In Our Shoes” event.