Students at Long Beach State are facing increases in fees every year and the graduation application fee is another burden on the path to a diploma.
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Health Services to continue Body Positive series
Body Positive at the Beach participants to learn about the importance of self-love.
Interim athletic director speaks on survey to raise student fees
ASI senators criticized the interim athletic director’s survey aimed at increasing student fees from $25 to $89.
CSULB alumnus allegedly involved in synagogue shooting, same suspect arrested by UPD last year
A former Long Beach State student was recently identified as the alleged shooter in two shootings outside a Jewish synagogue last week.
University to relocate the Cultural Resource Center by summer 2024
President Conoley explains issues financing a new Cultural Resource Center and her solution to move O.H.O.S. to the library basement.
CDC hosts workshop, Career Insights for Black Students
CSULB’s Career Development Center is hosting a hybrid panel from the Boeing Black Employees Association regarding Career Insights for Black students.
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings offered at CSULB
CSULB offers Alcoholics Anonymous meetings for student that are struggling to recover and are seeking help.
CSULB faculty, staff struggle to find new childcare after temporary closure of CFC
The announcement of the closure of the Child and Family Center for renovation without plans for relocation has left dozens of Long Beach State faculty and staff parents scrambling to find childcare options by the summer.
Available resources for students in toxic, abusive relationships
Counseling, intervention and additional resources are available for students and Long Beach residents who struggle in a toxic or abusive relationship.
ASI announces food programs for international, undocumented, low-income students
ASI members met Wednesday to present the many food programs students can qualify for in service of their essential needs.