On and Off Campus Student Resources
CSULB On Campus Student Resources
There are many services on campus to help you achieve success in your courses. Links to the following services are also available in BeachBoard course homepage under CSULB Student Resources.
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For access to the food pantry program, students must be currently enrolled and come prepared to present a CSULB ID. Students can use the ASI Beach Pantry three times a week and receive no more than five items* per visit.
Cheating and Plagarism Policy at CSULB
(CAPS) helps students meet the personal challenges associated with identifying and accomplishing academic, career, and life goals. Their services include short-term counseling for individuals, group counseling, career development counseling, referral services, psychoeducational workshops, and crisis intervention.
CSULB Village is a vested partnership between California State University, Long Beach and faithbased organizations whose congregants represent underrepresented student populations at CSULB, for example, African-American, Asian-American, Latina/o/x, Native-American, and Pacific Islander.
(DSS) assists students with disabilities as they secure their university degrees at California State University, Long Beach.
The Dream Success Center provides services, resources, and support to undocumented students on our campus. Our mission is to empower scholars who are undocumented in their pursuit of higher education and foster a supportive campus community dedicated to their educational and personal success.
Provides small emergency grants or grocery gift cards for CSULB students requiring immediate assistance.
Students can use the Enrollment Services site for easy-to-follow information regarding class registration, degree progress and advising, filing to graduate, and various other resources.
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships at California State University, Long Beach is here to serve all students and help meet their educational goals. They work with students and their families to meet the full demonstrated financial need for students who satisfy all deadlines and eligibility requirements.
Since 1975, The Isabel Patterson Child Development Center (IPCDC) provides a valuable service to students who are also parents of young children, offering affordable child care on the campus of California State University, Long Beach.
Utilize this resources to assist in your job and internship search. Make an appointment with Graduate Business Career Services to discuss your job search strategy.
Schedule an appointment and see hours for Tutoring, Academic Coaching, and Conversation Lab.
This policy is issued by the University president pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 41301, Standards for Student Conduct.
Apply for food or emergency grant assistance here.
Welcome to the blog for the Latinx Faculty & Staff Association at California State University, Long Beach. Here will we post news about Latinx faculty, staff and students at CSULB.
Student Health Services is your campus health clinic, here to support and serve you on campus and virtually.
(562) 985 - 2038
Individual Appointments allow you to work 1-on-1 with a tutor at a prearranged time. Tutoring hours are available throughout the week.
CSULB's University Library Website.
Committed to the principle of student self-determination in the shared governance of the university, the Associated Students of CSULB seeks to facilitate the achievement of students’ educational objectives and life goals through programs, services, and facilities that advocate student needs and interests, compel student representation in campus decision making and provide students with resources that they identify as necessary for their intellectual, social and physical development.
The Writer's Resurce Lab offers a variety of tutoring services and workshops for students across the campus, from one-on-one in-depth consultations where you can get answers to your writing questions to workshops on taking the GPE, writing strong arguments, and proofreading for error-free writing.
List of recources from the Office of Multicultural Affairs for LGBTQIA+ identifying students.
By the end of each event, students will be able to identify an effective skill to increase health and wellness. Fridays 12:30PM-1:30PM. After registering, students will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to access the event and set up reminders.
CSULB COVID Updates Available here
CSULB Division of Student Affairs resources here
Off Campus Resources
Information on how Long Beach residents can get food, money, housing, health care, and other help from government programs and community services.
Information and resources on the state of California's COVID-19 response.
The Long Beach Health and Human Services Department (Health Department) has been improving the health of the Long Beach community for over a century. They strive to create a safe and healthy community for all to live, work, and play.
(LBCT) empowers the health, well-being, and self-sufficiency of food/housing-insecure people in the greater Long Beach area—collectively sharing fresh produce, nutritious food, basic necessities, educational programs, and other community resources.
an abundance of resources and tools for people and organizations to use to fight the spread of COVID-19.Long Beach Forward provides
LA County food resouce website.
Information and resources on LA County's COVID-19 response.
Los Angeles County Commission for Women:2020 Resilience Scholarship Application
The Resilience Scholarship provides women within Los Angeles County the support to achieve their educational goals. Click the link to apply.
Orange County food resource website.
Infromation and resources on Orange County's COVID-19 response.
This network is a portal for college students affected by COVID-19 to seek assistance. Applicants will be connected to a case worker who will help them find emergency financial aid, apply for public benefits, and connect them with local resources.
This automatic sign-up tool is for people who lose their jobs or have hours cut due to COVID-19. Students in this situation may be eligible to have their student loan payment reduced - check the link to determine your eligibility.
This document helps college students address emergency needs related to COVID-19. It covers such topics as: unemployment benefits, healthcare, CalFresh, and utility assistance.
One Fair Wage is offering cash assistance to service workers and tipped workers.
California Restaurant Association Foundation - Grants for Restaurant Workers
CRAF is offering financial assistance to restaurant workers in crisis. Click the link to find relevant COVID-19 resources or to apply for a grant.
Children of Restaurant Employees - COVID-19 Support
CORE is supporting food & beverage service employees with children, who have been medically diagnosed with COVID-19.
National Domestic Workers Alliance - Coronavirus Care Fund
The Coronavirus Care Fund (CCF) provides $400 emergency assistance for qualifying home care workers, nannies, and house cleaners experiencing financial hardship due to the pandemic
Provides general guidance as to what programs are available and what situations may be applicable to your circumstances
Second Harvest Food Bank is hosting weekly drive-thru food distribution of shelf-stable items and produce. Pop ups are held on Saturdays from 9:00AM - noon in the Honda Center Parking Lot.
Visit auntbertha.com for food bank locations or food resources (along with other free or reduced cost services such as medical care, housing, financial, etc.).
Refers people across U.S to food pantries, soup kitchens, and government nutrition programs
This article details the online EBT programs of major grocery stores along with how to place an online order for delivery.
Click the link to see available child nutrition, WIC, and SNAP waivers available during the COVID-19 outbreak.
This subsidy program was created to assist LA’s tenants and landlords affected by the current pandemic and prevent displacement of renters. The program will provide a temporary rent subsidy for tenants in the City of Los Angeles who are unable to pay rent due to circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Click the link to apply by July 17th.
U-Haul is offering 30 days of free storage to college students facing unforeseen moves or schedule changes.
For survivors of domestic abuse, staying home to prevent the spread of COVID-19 may further compromise survivors’ safety. The link above provides specific tips for survivors in regards to creating safety plans and reaching out for help.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) – National Helpline (800-662-HELP)
Link above leads to tip sheet that provides information for taking care of behavioral health during times of social distancing, quarantine, and isolation.
Disaster Distress Helpline (800-985-5990)
Provides immediate crisis counseling for people experiencing emotional distress relating to natural/human-caused disaster.
Includes links to various websites and apps for virtual AA meetings to respond to suspensions in in-person meetings.
CDC provides general guidelines for coping with stress, anxiety, and grief during emergencies like COVID-19
COVID-19-related Suspensions on Foreclosures and Evictions:
Federal Housing Finance Agency
There has been a temporary suspension of foreclosures and evictions for: Federal Housing Administration insured mortgages; Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac backed mortgages; and, USDA financed homes across rural America. Click the links for more info.
Bay Area/Northern California Resources
Help for people having trouble getting or affording food during the coronavirus pandemic.
Non-profit and community-based organizations throughout San Francisco and Marin that provide food in addition to other valuable services.
Marin’s online search tool for information, services, and resources.
Marin County's community resource guide.
Website for the San Francisco Department of Public Health.
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for the Public
Website for San Francisco COVID-19 Resources.
County of Marin Department of Health and Human Services.
County of Marin Department of Health and Human Services COVID-19 Response.
This collection of links contains useful information about a variety of health services available in the County of Marin.
Contra Costa Health Services Website.
Up-to-date County Health Department information regarding COVID-19 at this link
Website for the Contra Costa and Solano County Food Bank.