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Student Support

CSULB offers a wide variety of student services through the Division of Student Affairs and the Division of Academic Affairs. Below you'll find links to some of the most common support services faculty use to assist and support their students.

  • Dean of Students provides support for students and faculty at CSULB.

  • CARES Team - Campus Assessment, Response, and Evaluation for Students -  CARES identifies, discusses, investigates, evaluates and monitors student behavior which poses a concern, potential threat or actual threat to self or others. For more information or to file a report use the link provided here.

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) - helps students meet the personal challenges associated with identifying and accomplishing academic, career, and life goals. For more information access this link.

  • Student Emergency Support Services - The CSULB Student Emergency Intervention Program is a comprehensive initiative that identifies and immediately serves some of CSULB’s most at-risk students which include our displaced students, food insecure students and students experiencing an emergency situation or crisis. Contact this office if you have students who might be in need of this campus resource.

  • Bob Murphy Access Center (BMAC) - Formerly the Office of Disabled Student Services, the BMAC offers a Faculty Handbook.

  • Career Development Center - The Career Development Center (CDC) works with faculty and staff to provide an array of career-related services based on the shared goal of student success. This collaboration supports the student transition from campus to career.

  • Student Conduct Regulations - The policies and regulations contained within this publication are intended to ensure freedom of expression and movement while providing for rights of privacy and the maintenance of the university as a peaceful learning environment.

  • Student Health Services - The CSULB Student Health Services office offers a variety of healthcare services for students: Immunizations, TB Testing, Pharmacy, sports medicine and many more. Appointments can be made online, via phone and through walk-in services. They also provide health education and programming for topics such as Alcohol, Tobacco and other drugs, and Sexual Assault Prevention Awareness & Support.

  • LearningCenter - The Learning Center provides resources for students and faculty including tutoring and supplemental instruction.

  • Hauth Center for Communication Skills - The Hauth Center provides students with one-on-one coaching and assistance with classroom presentations and speeches. Find out more about the Hauth Center for Communication Skills here.

  • Veteran's ServicesThe Veterans Services Office helps veterans and their dependents access the educational benefits they earned by serving in the armed forces of the United States. To do so, the office works to certify their eligibility for the G.I. Bill and the CalVet Fee Waiver. They offer scholarship support, assistance for veterans and dependents, along with veterans student and alumni associations. The VET NET Ally Program is an education and awareness program that develops a network of faculty, staff, and administrators committed to creating a welcoming and supportive campus environment for military service members and veterans that study at CSULB.

  • Writer's Resource Lab - The Writer’s Resource Lab (WRL) is CSULB’s writing center provides ongoing writing instruction to any currently enrolled CSULB student via one-on-one tutorials.

  • Crisis Assistance - URGENT CALLS

    If you have an urgent situation, call CAPS at 562.985.4001 or come to the center located in Brotman Hall, Room 226.

    FOR HELP AFTER HOURS: Crisis counselors are available for phone consultation by calling the CAPS main phone line at (562) 985-4001.

    Name of Office/Agency Hours of Operation Phone Number
    Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (562) 985-4001
    CSULB University Police 24 Hours/7 Days - Call 911 (562) 985-4101
    CSULB Student Health Center Monday through Thursday, 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM
    Friday, 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM
    (562) 985-4771
    Los Angeles Suicide Prevention Center/ 24 Hour Crisis Hotline 24 Hours/7 Days (310) 391-1253
    or (877) 727-4747
    Los Angeles County Domestic Violence Hotline   (800) 978-3600
    Long Beach Police (non-emergency)   (562) 435-6711
    Emergency   911
    Sexual Assault Crisis Agency 24 Hours/7 Days (877) 943-5778