Jensen SAS Center

Jensen SAS Center: Student Access to Science and Mathematics


  • Tutoring via Zoom Now Available

    Drop-in tutoring for the SAS Peer Mentors and the Physics Learning Assistants is now available via the Zoom platform. To use this platform, you will need to have a mic and speaker (a webcam is a bonus!).

    To get tutoring help, visit the CNSM Tutoring Zoom Front Desk, or use Meeting ID 342-262-991 after accessing the Zoom chiclet in Single Sign-On.

    If you have any challenges accessing our services, please email

    At this time, we will be following our normal tutoring hours and schedule. This is subject to change after Spring Break.

    While we have spent the last week working out the kinks to this tutoring protocol, please be patient with us as we get in the groove. Be patient with yourself too; it is not easy (nor ideal) to learn an entirely new way to attend classes in such a short period of time!

  • Tutoring Available During Sping Break

    Tutoring will be available over Spring Break, April 1-3, during limited hours. Tutoring sessions will be conducted over Zoom.

  • CSULB Response to COVID-19

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

  • 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 shortly via alternative delivery.

  • Peer Mentor Applications

    Interested in being a paid tutor for math and science? Apply to Be a Peer Mentor. Application Deadline: April 7, 2020 (extended).

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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