Bed bugs have become an increasing problem nationwide. The increase is believed to be due to the discontinued use of the toxic chemicals which are needed to control them. Current measures are effective, but must be followed with care. When a room is infected, the whole room must be treated. In addition, adjacent rooms must be inspected, and possibly treated. Clutter in a room provides more places for these insects to hide. Although bed bugs do not carry disease, they are still unwelcome visitors that are difficult to eradicate. Multiple inspections and treatments may be necessary for complete extermination. A coordinated effort within the university community is most effective in dealing with this issue.
Please read or print the documents below for further information.
Alert: Public Health experts anticipate a very active flu season. Symptoms are fever with cough and/or sore throat. Other flu-like symptoms include body aches, headache, runny or stuffy nose, chills and fatigue. Prevention is the best way to avoid getting sick.
You are asked to please observe the following guidelines:
A brochure with important prevention and self care recommendations can be downloaded here. (PDF Doc , 137 KB).
Please contact Student Health Services at 562/985-4771 for more information or for an appointment if you are sick.
All academic year there will be major construction taking place on the 405, 22, and 605 freeways that neighbor campus. For information on detours and road closures, the following two sites provide helpful information.
There is no longer a Housing Office Cashier available to take payments. If you have a payment to make, come by the Housing Office to pick up a payment slip. You can make your payment at the Brotman Hall Cashier Department located on the first floor of Brotman Hall. Thank you for your understanding.
At Parkside Commons and RLC several members of the CSULB faculty live within the complexs and serve as liaisons between faculty and students. Through the Faculty in Residence Program, you’ll find hours of tutoring opportunities, academic advisement and educational programming. For more information go to the Faculty in Residence webpage.