‘I can’t promise that it’ll be 100% smooth’
Any news pertaining to the CSU system as a whole, not just CSULB. This includes news that affects all of the universities in the CSU system.
As early as the fall semester, the CSU and UC systems may require students, staff and faculty to provide a proof of vaccination to be cleared to return to campus.
Native American Heritage Commission urges CSU, CSULB engage in ‘meaningful tribal consultation’ regarding Puvungna in letter to Chancellor Castro
As part of an ongoing letter exchange with the CSU, an attorney with the commission maintained that Long Beach State has yet to partake in proper consultation with the Native community.
CSU Board of Trustees pushes for approval of senate bill allowing student athletes to receive compensation for their image
The Committee on Governmental Relations pushes for approval of Senate Bill 26 that will speed up Senate Bill 206, which looks to prevent a student athlete’s collegiate contract from interfering with their ability to receive compensation and prevent their scholarships or spot on their team from being revoked.
At 32 of 33 UC and CSU campuses, police officers are whiter than the students — and in many cases, disparities are glaring.
Chancellor Joseph I. Castro and President Jane Close Conoley promoted higher education in a virtual event Sunday presented at dozens of Black churches in California.
Despite an increase in the CSU chancellor’s pay, Long Beach State faculty will not see any increase in the near future, university administration confirmed.
CSU chancellor addresses future in-person instruction plan, equity gaps and student economic hardships
California State University Chancellor Joseph I. Castro and President of Public Policy Institute of California Mark Baldassare discussed the various priorities the California State University outlined during the pandemic.
The CSSA discussed acknowledging Indigenous land, prioritizing mental health support and reforming campus police during its meeting Saturday morning.
California State University Chancellor Joseph I. Castro discussed his priorities and plans for returning to in-person instruction in the fall, increasing faculty diversity and removing the equity gap in the system’s Graduation Initiative 2025.