Despite some concerns from students, there will not be an extension to apply for a credit or no credit option like there was in spring 2020. However, the extension could return in spring 2021 with enough student demand.
Author: Matt James
Even with additional stress related to the 2020 presidential election, only a handful of Long Beach State students sought out psychological support from CAPS to help cope.
Beach Nexus, a platform designed to connect both current and former CSULB students, will be launched next week as a way to help students find mentors and receive advice from alumni.
Long Beach State’s Counseling and Psychological Services will provide drop-in sessions via Zoom and workshops for staff and faculty to help students cope with stress related to the upcoming election.
These changes, which went into effect on Aug. 14, limit campus authorities’ ability to investigate and resolve cases of misconduct.
With the number of extrajudicial killings growing and compounding civil rights violations in the Philippines, the Associated Students, Inc. Senate at Long Beach State moves to formally support the Philippine Human Rights Act.
Through an online survey, Associated Students, Inc. found that the majority of Long Beach State students are not satisfied with online instruction.
Associated Students, Inc. Senate has confirmed two Long Beach State students to be associate justices in the judicial branch, including Jarret Boice, a third-year management information system major, and Michael Gallagher, a second-year computer science major.
Laptops, hotspots and an on-campus computer lab are meant to help Long Beach State students with technological needs.
Associated Students, Inc. Senate approved an equity inclusion plan at its meeting Wednesday that primarily focuses on supporting students of color and aims to create inclusivity for students of all races, genders and abilities.