The pandemic has increased food insecurity amongst college students, and some are not receiving the resources they need.
CSULB expects a high increase for in-person attendance next semester, dropping a number of online classes.
After more than a year of distance learning, it feels right to finally return to campus and in-person classes.
Freshman Clarissa Peña explains how Long Beach State and Guardian Scholars helped her transition out of foster care and into a stable home.
Before becoming CSULB police captain, Brockie served as a police officer at Cal State Fullerton and plans on running for the chief of police.
Bengt Allen shares how his former job as a resort scuba instructor led him to a career as a marine ecology professor and director at Long Beach State.
Former CSULB alumnus, Allison Borwell talks about how she became an SHS health educator at the Office of Wellness and Health Promotion.
The booster shot has expanded its availability towards the general population, and some CSULB students give their perspective on the health recommendation.
New Chief of Staff Christopher Fowler, an active member of the LGBTQ+ community, said he looks forward to working with Conoley on upcoming projects for the campus.
During the 2020 pandemic, the IT department partnered with the Division of Students Affairs and the Chancellor’s Office to provide technical assistance to students in need.