Today's Cal State San Bernardino alumni community includes more than 82,000 graduates—a number that is growing by 3,500 annually! You're in all 50 states and in over 35 countries, making your mark in meaningful ways.
If you would like to update your contact information, please fill out this form: Alumni Information Update Form.
No matter where you find yourself today, let the CSUSB Alumni Association help you reunite with old friends and former classmates, find alumni in your part of the world, and connect with CSUSB graduates who share your personal and professional interests. Membership form
The Alumni Office is starting a database of alumni volunteers to help out with requests for speakers, mentors and participants at a variety of events coordinated by students, faculty and staff. If you are interested in sharing your expertise, giving your time or showing your support, please complete the Alumni Volunteer Form.
As an alum of CSUSB, you are part of this this exciting CSU celebration! Learn more about the Class of 3 Million.
Want to mentor a student but don't know where to start? Learn more about the new E-Mentor Program.
Starting in March, CSUSB alumni were contacted by our partner vendor Harris Connect to collect and update contact information to assist in the creation of The Cal State San Bernardino Alumni Today, a printed directory filled with information on our more than 80,000 living alumni. Learn more about the 2015 Alumni Directory which is sanctioned and approved by Alumni Affairs.
The CSUSB Retiree's Association needs your help in identifying old CSUSB photos. There are hundreds of photos that need captioning information, such as who, what, where and when.
To ID photos, visit the online gallery. Once you select a photo in the gallery, look under the photo to review the caption information. You can add caption information by selecting the “add comment” option below the photo or by selecting “add” in the upper right. Your name and email are not required, but it would be helpful so that we know who has added the information (just in case we have a question).
Through “The Virtual Plaza,” Hispanic Educational Technology Services (HETS) provides a number of online services to aid students, faculty and staff with their educational and career development.
Once you access The Virtual Plaza, enter the code: calstate2013.
MERLOT is a special collection of free and open online resources and services. Find out more about available online journals and courses.
“Vital Signs” art exhibit of poetry and photography
April 19 – July 31
Opening reception, April 17, 5 p.m.
Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art
June 2, 6-8 pm
Reception at 6:30 p.m.
Performance at 8 p.m.
Palm Desert Campus
CSUSB campus at Citizens Bank Arena
Social and Behavioral Sciences: 8 a.m.
Arts & Letters and Education: 12 p.m.
Natural Sciences: 4 p.m.
Business and Public Administration: 8 p.m.
Latin Society, July 1
Desperado, July 15
Member-Only event starts at 6 p.m.
Concert starts at 7 p.m.
July 9: “Cinderella”
July 23: “Big Hero 6”
Movies start at 8 pm
If you have any questions, contact us at 909-537-3700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.