COVID-19 has impacted many different aspects of campus life at CSUSB — from the way we learn to the way we interact with each other. One of the main things that has impacted the student body has been not being able to fully participate in fraternities and sororities. Student are filled with some mixed opinions on fees still being charged. CSUSB has fifteen fraternity and sorority chapters that are run by Student Leadership and Development on campus. While some are exclusively men or women, at least eight or more fraternities are co-ed, major specific, honors, community service related or other types of interest. The fees involved for fraternity and sorority are what keeps them running, … [Read more...] about Fraternity and sorority members debate about fees
In Fall 2020, CSUSB will be converting to the semester system, making the leap from the current quarter system. Currently, the Pfau library book reserves are set up to work for students in the quarter system. However, an emerging question right now is how the leap to the semester system will affect permission for course reserves in the library. The library course reserve will have to change how they catalog the current books to set up for the conversion. The current books offered have to be moved and how they are able to be checked out has to be changed. One of the concerns about this upcoming change is whether or not the library will get any additional funding to help provide more … [Read more...] about How will conversion to Q2S affect library course reserves?