Events hosted by the Office of Admissions & Student Recruitment include:
Overnight Stay Program:
Program One – Sunday, Mar.9 - Monday, Mar. 10, 2014
Program Two – Sunday, Apr. 6 - Monday, Apr. 7, 2014
Program Three – Sunday, May 4 - Monday, May 5,2014
High school seniors are invited to stay on campus overnight with a student host. The guest will follow their host through a typical night and day on our campus. This may include class time, work time, study time and leisure time.
It is open to both Juniors and Seniors. The application for the program may be found at the Office of Housing & Residential Life website.
Counselors' Day – Friday, May 9, 2014
8 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Santos Manuel Student Union
Community college, high school and middle school counselors from Southern California are invited to spend the day at CSUSB. Counselors will be informed on all that is great about our university and hopefully help us guide and encourage their students to attend CSUSB. Our outstanding faculty members will conduct informative workshops on what counselors need to know about preparing their students for the array of majors our campus offers.
For more information, please visit admissions.csusb.edu/counselorsday or contact Jeren Portillo, Events Coordinator at (909) 537-5192.
College: Making It Happen – Saturday, May 17, 2014
9:00 a.m.-noon in the College of Education Building, Room 105
Parents of middle school students are invited to a program that will provide information about all aspects of college. Representatives from the California State University, University of California, private universities and community colleges will be available to provide information about their institutions of higher learning. Financial aid will also be discussed. This event is held in English as well as Spanish.
CSUSB will host its first annual Black Student Leadership Symposium on Friday, May 23, 2014. The Black Student Leadership Symposium is an opportunity for African American high school students in the Inland Empire to visit CSUSB, attend workshops, and gain valuable tools that will increase knowledge of opportunities in higher education, provide an understanding of the importance of leadership, and will empower students to improve the quality of their lives, their families and communities.