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Campus Services

Student Resource Centers

There are five student-run resource centers on campus. These venues are for affiliated student organizations to conduct program planning, peer mentoring, officer meetings, and post information about scholarships, service and internship opportunities.

  • African Student Resource Center, FO4-274
  • American Indian Student Study Center, FO4-282
  • Asian Pacific Student Resource Center, FO4-277
  • Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender Student Resource Center, FO4-165
  • Raza Student Resource Center, FO4-262

Student Government

The Associated Students Government provides for student self-governance and offers student programs and activities that develop leadership abilities and complement the academic curriculum of the university. The ASI also provides internships, scholarships and financial grants for student clubs and organizations. For information, call (562) 985-5241, visit or go to the University Student Union, Room 311.

Student Recreation and Wellness Center

The SRWC is a 125,000+ square foot facility with fitness programs, instructional classes and workshops, a rock climbing wall, multi-purpose courts, pool, sand volleyball, 20,000+ square feet of weight room and cardio space, and more. The SRWC serves as a place for students, faculty, staff and alumni to exercise, study and hang out and provides opportunities for student employment and internships.

University Interfaith Center

This center is an association of 12 faith traditions serving the educational community of CSULB. The Center strives to enhance the educational experience by encouraging students, faculty and staff in their pursuit of spiritual growth, community building, faith development and personal values. For information, call (562) 985-4369 or go to the University Student Union, Room 103.

Women's Resource Center

This center supports and facilitates the educational, professional and personal success of campus women through educational programs, campus and community resource connections, peer support assistance, and a welcoming lounge. The center also coordinates Project Safe, a program to reduce the incidence of sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking. For information, call (562) 985-8576, go to or visit Liberal Arts 3, Room 105.