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Join Emeriti and Retired Faculty and Staff at the upcoming Spring Luncheon featuring the program:
CSULB’s Student Emergency Intervention and Wellness Program
Dr. Jeff Klaus, Associate Vice President and Dean of Students
Carol Menard-Fulthorp, Assistant Dean of Students
This is a comprehensive initiative that identifies and immediately serves some of CSULB’s most at-risk students which include our displaced students, food insecure students and students experiencing an emergency situation or crisis. The program goals are to provide at-risk students with meals, housing, emergency funds and counseling all of which correlate to student success, health and wellness.
The need for such a pantry to address already apparent student food insecurity issues was made even more evident through a recent CSU system-wide study led by CSULB School of Social Work assistant professor Rashida Crutchfield. The study showed approximately one in 10 students in the CSU to be homeless and one in five not having steady food access. University officials reported in February that roughly 23 percent of students within the CSU experience food insecurity.
|Lunch and Program||$25|
For more information please contact Sara Lobato at 562-985-7877or by email at Sara.Lobatoemail@example.com
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CSULB Alumni Association.
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Dates & Time
When: Friday, February 3, 2017
Where: The Chartroom, CSULB Campus
Please be aware that parking could be busy for this exciting topic. If you have a parking pass you can park in LOT 4 or LOT 5, otherwise paid parking is located in LOT 17 (Short-Term).
To assist the ASI Food Pantry, we ask you to bring a non-perishable food or toiletry item. All donations collected will be delivered to the pantry located in the Student Union
For further information, contact Sara.Lobatofirstname.lastname@example.org or at 562/985-7877