The Dean’s Office is the official site for the annual awards for Who’s Who Among American Colleges and University Students. We are advocates for students where appropriate; hold formal and informal discussions with students about various concerns; interface with parents, community agencies and local governmental units; and promote student ethical development and leadership outside the classroom.
Our goal is student success, and better informed parents play a significant role in the lives of CSULB students.
Research shows that parents can play a critical role as a partner with the university to positively influence student development, education and graduation.
Ten scholarships are offered each semester; however, the goal of the 49er Textbook Scholarship Program is to raise $149,000 to create an endowed scholarship whereby a minimum of 30 scholarships may be awarded to deserving CSULB students each year.
In Spring 2008, leaders of Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD), Long Beach City College (LBCC) and CSULB pledged to make higher education more attainable for all students.