The official seat of student governance for the California State University, Long Beach campus. The Student Government division represents the student body, advocates their needs, and defends their interests in dealings with faculty, campus administrators and government officials.
An ASI Info Day kicks off Week of Welcome each year with an event that brings together each facet of the Associated Students, Inc. to inform students on the organization. The rest of the week is filled with Student Organization Fairs and more activities. Week of Welcome occurs in the beginning of the fall and spring semesters.
This event wraps up the fall semester Week of Welcome and features all-night free billiards, bowling, games, interactive activities, performances and more. More than 3,000 students attend annually.
Student Life and Development connects you to an out of the classroom education through the various experiences, resources and services CSULB has to offer.
BeachSync provides numerous high quality tools for students and student organizations to use for the benefit of their operations and service to Student Life.
Homecoming is an entire week of activities, in late fall, that brings together our students, alumni, faculty, staff and community friends.
The department of Club Sports and Recreation strives to improve the quality of campus life for CSULB members by providing a wide range of recreational and competitive clubs, fitness classes, educational programs and open recreation programs.
The Intramural Sports & Wellness program is designed to get students involved with campus athletic competition and fitness. Intramural Sports provides the opportunity to stay involved in an athletic setting and participate in non-credit fitness classes.
Campus Employment Opportunities
Getting involved on campus doesn't just mean joining a student organization. There are many other ways to get involved, like finding a campus job. Listed below are just a few of the many employment opportunities on campus.
The CSULB's University Housing maintains 20 residence and 3 dining halls that accommodate over 2400 primarily undergraduate students, 3 academic advisors, and 8 faculty members within three residential colleges: Beachside, Hillside, and Parkside. Residents have the opportunity to participate in social and educational activities and events throughout the academic year. First-time freshmen are required (as space is available) to live in University Housing during their first year at CSULB unless they are over 21 years old or will be living at home with a parent(s) or legal guardian(s) during their entire freshmen year.
Off-Campus Listing Services*
University Housing provides off-campus housing listings (maintained by My Ideal Home Network) as a service for students, faculty and staff. Please visit the Off-Campus Listing Service for local rental listings.
* Please Note: The University has not inspected, approved or disapproved housing or other information provided on http://csulb.och101.com/ and does not accept responsibility for listings.