This is a self-instructional computer lab available exclusively to students
with disabilities. One must be registered with the Services to Students with
Disabilities office (UH-183) to use the lab. ACRC also provides training and
support in various assistive technology software programs and works closely
with clients of California Department of Rehabilitation and Veteran's Affairs
Visual Impairment Services (VIST) program.
The Career Development Center provides comprehensive career services and
integrates the campus and the community for the advancement of student
learning and career success. Therefore, the Career Development Center offers
programs that meet the career/life challenges of those they serve.
Programs and services include:
’s online job board and the Career Center schedule of events
The Cross Cultural Center focuses on issues of race and ethnicity by providing programs,
workshops and advising. The Center create a place for students to explore issues of identity,
develop political and social communities that benefit individuals and the campus as a whole.
This produces a community that embraces racial, ethnic and cultural diversity and works
toward ending intolerance by the development of understanding.
The OARC staff recognize that non-traditional students face unique challenges and
that returning or entering school at this stage in life can seem daunting.
They offer both on- and off-campus referrals, an opportunity for adult
learners to share interests and experiences, and to participate in campus
life. Their purpose is to assist adult learners by providing programs and
services which will enable them to have a successful and enriching college
Some of their services include:
Access to computers, Internet, and E-mail
Reference Books, magazines, and newspapers
Staff that can assist with accessing campus resources
Opportunities to network with other nontraditional
Complimentary coffee, water and use of microwave and
The University Ombuds Officer is an informal, independent, impartial and confidential
resource for students, faculty, staff or others seeking to address University-related
problems, complaints or concerns.
A variety of related services are available.
SAIL is a federally-funded TRIO Student Support Services project which
includes outreach programs designed to assist low-income, first-generation and
students with disabilities. Their specific goal is to increase the college
retention and graduation rates of students at the undergraduate level.
Services to Students with Disabilities, SSD provides the necessary support
services instrumental for the achievement of chosen academic goals. Services
are critical to a student's success; therefore, needs are assessed on an
individual basis. This highly personalized approach has enabled SSD to
successfully help thousands of students achieve their chosen academic goals.
The Student Health and Counseling Center provides first aid and basic out
patient care services. They have a full time staff Monday through Friday to
care for student's needs. First Aid is always available during clinic hours to
anyone on campus. They are staffed with Doctors and Nurse Practitioners,
Nurses and a Pharmacy. Their Psychological Counseling Center has a full time
staff of Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Psychologists and
supervised interns. Regularly enrolled students at CSUSB are automatically eligible for health and
counseling care at the Student Health and Psychological Counseling Center.
Some of their services include:
Student Leadership and Development provides "a welcoming and safe, intellectual
and social environment that intentionally engages campus members in the life
of the university by offering co-curricular opportunities that facilitate
Military veterans and current service members can use programs and benefits to streamline
admission, attendance and costs, allowing Armed Forces veterans who are stationed or reside
in California to strike new career paths, develop new skills, or resume an interrupted
education. Also, programs affiliated with the U.S. Armed Forces offer flexibility to
accommodate active military and reserve service obligations.
The Women's Resource Center is a supportive place for all women on campus where diversity is
respected and celebrated. The Center's purpose is to encourage women by providing services
and programs which will enhance their college experience and help them realize their fullest
potential. The WRC is committed to addressing sexism and discrimination in all its forms in
order to create a more just environment for all.
The Writing Center offers tutoring/conferencing for students from all disciplines
and at all stages of their composing processes. Tutors also conduct conversation
groups and conferencing specifically designed for ESL students.
Writing consultants help students: