By Luz Hernandez |Staff Writer|
Community College students looking to transfer to CSUSB were encouraged to become Coyotes during the university’s annual Transfer Day Saturday Feb. 23.
The event was put on by the university to encourage those students who are currently attending a community college and interested in transferring to CSUSB to get information regarding the programs and services offered here at the university.
Some of the programs that students were able to inquire about included, but were not limited to:housing, financial aid, EOP, clubs and organizations.
The university also had faculty members of a majority of the majors that are offered at the university.
Faculty members spoke to students regarding the majors and fields of study within each of their departments, in hopes of guidance and support to the future alumni.
CSUSB showcased and guided students throughout the campus by offering tours of the campus to those interested.
The event began at 9 a.m. and finished at approximately 1 p.m.
Students who were interested in attending the event were encouraged to RSVP prior to the event.
Allan Llavore staff of the office of public affairs encouraged students who had not signed up for the event to still join by showing up early.
“Try just showing up to see if there is room, but I would advise you to get there before the 9 a.m. start!” said Llavore.
Students who were not able to attend the event are actively encouraged to meet with an admissions counselor who is able to answer any questions regarding transferring to CSUSB.
Admission counselors are available to meet with any student regarding their interests in attending the school by appointment Monday through Friday 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.