We look forward to welcoming you to campus, whether you are exploring the university with a prospective student, visiting the Kleefeld Contemporary or Earl Miller Burns Japanese Garden, or taking in a sporting event or arts performance. 


Cal State Long Beach is a sprawling 322-acre campus where 80 buildings that house 63 academic programs and student-led organizations. The campus also has a garden, library and athletic fields.

Campus Maps

Guided Family/Individual and Group tours are offered weekdays each semester (except during campus closures for breaks, holidays, special events and during finals). Limited tours are available during the winter and summer. When guided tours are unavailable, please consider visiting our office at Brotman Hall 289 to pick up a Self-Guided Tour Brochure or download the Self-Guided Tour Brochure PDF (Self-Guided Tour Brochure - Accessible). Another alternative to seeing our campus is through our interactive map.

The Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden is situated on the Cal State Long Beach campus, a 1.3-acre Hill and Pond Japanese-style garden that was built through a generous donation from Mrs. Loraine Miller Collins in honor of her late husband, Earl Burns Miller. Founded as a resource for the campus and community, the garden advances the university’s interest in international education and student engagement. It serves as an outdoor classroom setting for the visual arts and student mentoring, and is a popular wedding venue.

Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden

Each season, the Carpenter Performing Arts Center presents a variety of music, dance, family, comedy and cabaret events by some of the country’s leading artists and ensembles. Complementing the performances on the stage is Arts for Life – a comprehensive education initiative that provides free arts events for all ages. 

See the complete season at Carpenter PAC.

Long Beach State is widely recognized as one of the most successful athletic programs in the Big West Conference, having produced dozens of high-caliber athletes and Olympians. The Beach competes in 19 men’s and women’s sports at the Division I level, and has produced seven national championships, including the 2018 and 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Volleyball Championship title.

The Dirtbags baseball team has appeared in four College World Series and the women’s basketball team has reached the NCAA Final Four twice.

Beach Athletics

The on-campus museum is a unique cultural institution with an emphasis on multidisciplinary education. The Kleefeld Contemporary serves the university and community and plays a vital role in training future museum and art professionals. It routinely showcases high-quality exhibitions and maintains a permanent collection of site-specific outdoor sculptures and the Gordon F. Hampton Collection of American paintings and prints.

Kleefeld Contemporary

The Science Learning Center provides unique learning experiences for elementary and middle school-aged students in local communities, as well as the CSULB students through exhibits and activities that encourage questioning and hands-on investigation. Through both on-site and outreach programs, the Center seeks to support STEM awareness and interest, to inform and support local science education.

Science Learning Center

Healthy bodies and minds are the goal of LifeFit @The Beach. The center offers classes and workshops in its well-equipped facilities centering on improving the health and spirit of all community members 49 years and older.

LifeFit Center

In addition to supporting the instructional and research needs of the CSULB faculty, students and staff, the University Library is a community resource and offers services to visitors, such as access to library books and other materials in open collectionsCommunity members also have access to federal and state government publications, research assistance and OneSearch, the school’s web-based catalog, Wi-Fi among services.

University Library

Visit the University Bookstore, where you can find CSULB t-shirts, sweatshirts and more.

University Bookstore

CSULB rents out facility space for community and group meetings as well as athletic events and weddings at the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden.

Event Services