Jensen SAS Center

Jensen SAS Center: Student Access to Science and Mathematics


  • Shark Buddy Summer Peer Mentoring Program

    The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (CNSM) invite all incoming CNSM freshmen to join the Shark Buddy Summer Peer Mentoring Program.

    For this program, you will be partnered with a current CNSM student with a similar major. These Peer Mentors will assist with your transition to college.

    You can join the Shark Buddy Program at any time during the summer.

  • Guidance for Incoming Students

    To help with the transition to our college at Cal State Long Beach, we have Guidance for Incoming Freshmen as well as Guidance for Incoming Transfers. These websites will help incoming students who are majoring in science and math with the summer prepartions needed for a successful start of the Fall semester.

    Included is guidance with academic advising and class registration, and specifically for freshmen, guidance with math and chemistry placement. Numerous Zoom info sessions are also available where you will be able to ask questions to a live panel of faculty, staff, and current students.

  • Jensen SAS Center Physical Location Closed

    The Jensen SAS Center's physical location will be closed until further notice. Our student support services will be available via alternative delivery.

  • CSULB Response to COVID-19

    Stay up to date on the CSULB Response to COVID-19.

Supporting Students in Science and Math

The James L. Jensen Student Access to Science and Mathematics (SAS) Center serves to support, prepare, and advance the education of students in all fields of science and mathematics through active participation in research, scholarship, and co-curricular activities.

Contact Jensen SAS Center

Valerie Bagley, Coordinator

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