For a complete listing of all Student Services please go to: http://www.csulb.edu/divisions/students/programs/
CAPS helps students meet the personal challenges associated with identifying and accomplishing academic, career, and life goals. Services include short-term counseling for individuals, group counseling, career development counseling, referral services, psychoeducational workshops, and crisis intervention.
The CDC guides students through the process of educational, career and personal discovery in preparing them for success in the global workforce.
Puzzled about your future? Making decisions about your major, career, or graduate school is an important part of your college experience. Most students begin thinking about these questions sometime during their first year:
Logon to BeachLINK and review internship or part-time job opportunities during the academic year and/or summer that will help you develop professional work habits and networks of import
BeachLINK is the CSULB online job search site that provides users with the ability to search and apply for full/part time, on/off-campus jobs/internships, Work Study positions, and on-campus interviews (OCI) exclusively to CSULB students and alumni.
The mission of the Center for Scholarship Information is to create outstanding scholarship opportunities for students at CSULB through organizing information in an efficient manner, serving as a campus resource on the complete scholarship process, administering campus scholarships when necessary, and assisting scholarship fundraising efforts.
How to Search for Scholarships on the CSI Website
The office of Disabled Student Services is a student support program to assist students with disabilities as they secure their university degrees at California State University, Long Beach.
The Financial Aid Office at CSU Long Beach helps thousands of students cover college costs each year. They provide assistance in navigating the financial aid process and assist in identifying options to pay for college. No matter what your family's financial circumstances are, options exist to help you finance your education.
The Financial Advising, Counseling and Educational Services (FACES) is a free service to all CSULB students. FACES offers free counseling for students who are concerned about personal financial issues or simply want information regarding personal finances. FACES provides a non-judgmental environment of counseling and education to enable CSULB students to make sound financial decisions while meeting the challenges associated with gaining financial independence.
The CSULB's University Housing maintains 20 residence and 3 dining halls that accommodate over 2400 primarily undergraduate students, 3 academic advisors, and 8 faculty members within three residential colleges: Beachside, Hillside, and Parkside. Residents have the opportunity to participate in social and educational activities and events throughout the academic year. First-time freshmen are required (as space is available) to live in University Housing during their first year at CSULB unless they are over 21 years old or will be living at home with a parent(s) or legal guardian(s) during their entire freshmen year.
University Housing provides off-campus housing listings (maintained by My Ideal Home Network) as a service for students, faculty and staff. Please visit the Off-Campus Listing Service for local rental listings.
* Please Note: The University has not inspected, approved or disapproved housing or other information provided on http://csulb.och101.com/ and does not accept responsibility for listings.
Student Health Services provides medical services, preventive health and health education programs to registered students.