The Center for Global Innovation is providing students with an opportunity to complete more units by offering a winter intersession between fall and spring semesters. The 2020-2021 academic year marks CSUSB's transition from the quarter to the semester system. Instead of having three quarters for students to be enrolled full-time, they can now only enroll full-time for two semesters. According to Dr. Tatiana Karmanova, Associate Vice Provost and Dean for the College of Extended and Global Education, "It’s a great opportunity to make progress toward the degree, concentrating on just one course." Vanessa Davalos, Program Coordinator, has a few tips for students who decide to sign … [Read more...] about CSUSB introduces winter intersession
By Nylles Vernon |Staff Writer| Transfer students from out-of-state colleges and other college institutions share their experiences regarding the transfer process. Helen Nguyen, a biology major who recently transferred from San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC), said that the process was long and tiresome. “I spent about two and a half years at my community college before I was fully ready to transfer. The time I spent there allowed me to get my associate to transfer degree and be admitted into CSUSB,” said Nguyen. Many students have transferred from neighboring community colleges surrounding the area such as Crafton Hills, SBVC, Mt. San Jacinto College, Riverside Community … [Read more...] about Transforming Transfers
By Danielle Brooks |Staff Writer| Every school year, the student population on campus grows and unfortunately, this trend will affect students in the future. This being my fourth year at CSUSB, I have noticed that the population on campus seems to be flourishing. “I’ve been on campus for a few years now, but I’ve noticed that it seems to be especially crowded this year,” said student Kimber Veca. “I used to get ‘princess parking’ for my 8 A.M. classes before this year, but now there’s significantly more students taking early morning classes,” added Veca. Not only is parking scarce and class enrollment difficult, but students have also claimed that the Starbucks line has … [Read more...] about This school is crowded.
By Emilie Chacon |Staff Writer| As the theft of bicycles and laptops increases, CSUSB campus police have established two new programs to solve the problem. The Cal State San Bernardino University Police Laptop and Electronic Devices Anti-Theft Registration Program (LEDATRP) and the Cal State San Bernardino University Police Bicycle Registration Program (BRP) insist on recording your valuables with campus police, thus reducing the chances of theft while protecting your electronics and your bike. The programs are still pretty new on campus. “Both programs started up towards the end of the 2011-2012 school year with the intention of being in place for the start of the 2012-2013 school … [Read more...] about Campus police helps protect bikes and electronics