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Did You Know?

Wealth gives students an advantage in college. A study done by researchers with the National Center for Education Statistics found that only 41 percent of low-income college students with top math scores had earned a college degree by the time they were in their late 20s – the same as rich students with mediocre scores.

Our rising graduation rates indicate that CSULB is helping our students overcome that statistic. Fifty-one percent of our students qualify for Pell Grants and more than 65 percent qualify for some form of financial aid. Through academic advising, opportunities to conduct student research, programs available through Student Affairs and other support programs we are striving to help all students succeed.

Convocation is August 21

President Jane Close Conoley, Interim Provost David Dowell and others will share their thoughts on the upcoming year at Convocation on Friday, August 21. Learn More.

Passing of Clyde Crego, Former Counseling Center Director

A memorial service for Clyde Crego, the former director of CSULB's Counseling Center who is fondly remembered by many, will take place on Monday, June 29 in Huntington Beach. Learn More.

Your Summer at the Beach

Take a brief escape from emails and phone calls and enjoy some of the opportunities The Beach has to offer this summer. Learn More.