It’s mental health month, and CSULB offers a plethora of mental health resources for students; here are some programs that should be utilized.
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.
Mass shooting taints Lunar New Year celebration for CSULB AAPI community
The deadliest shooting in LA County history took the lives of 11 victims, injuring nine more, in a minority community that has already endured a steep rise in hate crimes since the pandemic.
Deceased student found in Parkside North
University police responded to a call of the student death in the resident hall on campus.
University police respond to suicide on campus
University Police said the body of a male, not affiliated with the university, was found on campus on Wednesday afternoon after an apparent suicide.
CSULB provides resources for students in the LGBTQ+ Community
LGBTQ+ students can take part in a variety of LGBTQ+ clubs and resources on campus to help feel supported within The Beach community
Hotline aids urgent mental health crisis situations
Students can access a crisis hotline whenever mental health needs arise.
CAPS offers in-person and virtual mental health services for campus community
Since the return to in-person learning, mental health services are being offered to students on campus once again.
Grieving the loss of a loved one is difficult as a college student
As a college student living far from home, losing someone is one of the hardest experiences, but there are many healthy ways to grieve instead of resorting to negative coping mechanisms.
CSULB’s ASI advocates for reallocating funds from campus police to mental health services
During Wednesday’s ASI Senate meeting, students expressed support for moving funds away from the UPD and instead go toward CAPS.