Long Beach State students learned how to help in the event of a medical emergency through the Heartsaver program.
Students facing food insecurities due to homelessness or financial hardships are offered relief.
The check-in application for the SWRC facility continues crashing as faculty look to resolve the issue.
Does working on campus really have that many benefits?
SRWC attendance is muscling past pre-pandemic numbers and officials are crediting student’s strong focus on mental health support, food and interactive ways to earn money for school.
Every year, CSULB holds a lost and found flash sale where they sell goods originally owned by students.
From the USU to the SRWC, here are five different locations to explore while you’re on campus at CSULB.
As many students return to in-person learning after remote semesters, the Student Recreation and Wellness Center serves as a welcoming, inclusive environment to practice mental and physical wellness.
Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S8E4 — CSU Chancellor Resigns, ASI meets with graduating seniors and new Shake Smart
The protein-focused shake vendor was chosen to replace Robeks following their contract expiration with CSULB.