Academic Affairs’ priorities are set by the Provost, the Provost's staff and the deans to manage initiatives and decision-making throughout the year.
Graduating Students with “Highly Valued Degrees”
The university and our students cannot be successful without supporting our most valuable resource, our faculty.
Faculty Work-Life Survey
In Spring 2011, Academic Affairs surveyed faculty to determine their perceptions of workload, satisfaction with work, support, climate, and personal responsibilities. Survey results will help Academic Affairs address support for faculty workload, mentoring and research, scholarly and creative activity.
Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity - Research, scholarly and creative activity (RSCA) plays an essential role in the life of a professor and has a direct impact on classroom instruction. At CSULB, we recognize that if RSCA isn't supported, the value of our degrees will diminish.
In collaboration with leadership in the departments, colleges, and the other divisions, Academic Affairs is working to create a sustainable plan of funding in support of faculty research, scholarly and creative activity.
California State University, Long Beach is a diverse, student-centered, globally-engaged public university committed to providing highly-valued undergraduate and graduate educational opportunities through superior teaching, research, creative activity and service for the people of California and the world.
Read CSULB's Vision and Values.