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CSU San Bernardino

CSU San Bernardino
CSU San Bernardino
5500 University Parkway
San Bernardino, CA 92407

Official telephone: (909) 537-5000
Fax number: (909) 537-5903

Website: www.csusb.edu

Student Life

Screen last updated on: January 27, 2016

Student Profile

Total undergraduates:
6,488 men, 10,188 women, 16,676 total
Full-time undergraduates:
5,675 men, 9,094 women, 14,769 total
Part-time undergraduates:
813 men, 1,094 women, 1,907 total
Total graduate students:
779 men, 1,497 women, 2,276 total
Full-time graduate students:
296 men, 662 women, 958 total
Part-time graduate students:
483 men, 835 women, 1,318 total
Average age of full-time undergraduates:
22
U.S. region where majority of students come from:
West
First-year student enrollment breakdown:
  • 0.1% American Indian or Alaskan Native
  • 6.5% Asian, non-Hispanic/Latino
  • 4.9% Black or African American, non-Hispanic/Latino
  • 68.5% Hispanic/Latino
  • 0.3% Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic/Latino
  • 9.8% White, non-Hispanic/Latino
  • 2.2% Two or more races non-Hispanic/Latino
  • 5.7% Nonresident Alien
  • 1.9% Race and/or Ethnicity unknown
Degree seeking undergraduate student breakdown:
  • 0.2% American Indian or Alaskan Native
  • 6.0% Asian, non-Hispanic/Latino
  • 6.4% Black or African American, non-Hispanic/Latino
  • 57.8% Hispanic/Latino
  • 0.2% Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic/Latino
  • 15.6% White, non-Hispanic/Latino
  • 2.6% Two or more races non-Hispanic/Latino
  • 6.6% Nonresident Alien
  • 4.5% Race and/or Ethnicity unknown
CSU San Bernardino

Campus Environment

Campus size:
430 acres
City or town school is located in:
San Bernardino, CA
Population of city/town:
213,708
Locations of branch/satellite campuses:
Branch campus in Palm Desert, CA.

Living on Campus

Institution offers housing:
yes
Campus housing available to all unmarried students regardless of year:
yes
Housing types (% in housing type, if given):
  • women's dorms
  • single-student apartments
  • special housing for disabled students
Percent of freshmen who live in school housing:
16%
Percent of students who live in school housing:
8%
Percent of students who live off campus:
92%
Student conduct policies:
class attendance policies set by individual instructors, hazing prohibited
Alcohol is permitted on campus to students of legal age:
yes

Study Facilities

Every student is required to lease or own a computer:
no
Every student is required to take a computer course:
no
Computer equipment is provided in:
library, computer center/lab(s)
Total number of microcomputers available to students:
1500
Internet access provided to all students:
yes
E-mail services/accounts provided to all students:
yes
School has a library on campus:
yes
Museums and other special academic buildings/equipment on campus:
Visual arts, anthropology, and natural sciences museums.

Assistance Services

Remedial learning services:
writing, math
Additional services offered:
nonremedial tutoring, health service, women's center, day care, health insurance
Counseling services:
minority student, military, veteran student, older student, birth control, career, personal, academic, psychological
Career placement services:
internships, career/job search classes, interest inventory, on-campus job interviews, resumé assistance, interview training
Services for students with disabilities:
note-taking services, tape recorders, reader services, interpreters for hearing-impaired, special transportation, special housing, adaptive equipment, braille services
Amount of campus that is accessible to physically handicapped:
mostly

Social Activities

Number of social fraternities on campus:
6
Percent of men who join fraternities:
7%
Number of social sororities on campus:
9
Percent of women who join sororities:
7%
Student activities:
student government, student newspaper, radio station
School newspaper(s):
Coyote Chronicle
Number of honor societies:
8
Total number of registered organizations:
155
Campus-based religious organizations:
Catholic Newman Club, Christian Student Club, Cru, Muslim Student Association, People Link International, Send College Church, The Well
Minority student organizations:
Acto Latino, Ambitious Culture of Empowerment, Arabic Round Table, Association of Latin American Studies, Association of Latino Faculty Staff and Students, Black Student Union, Club Los Amigos, Korean Culture Club, Le Club Francais, Lubos Pilipino American Student Organization, MEChA, Mediterranean Arabic Arts and Culture Club, Mixed Nations, Saudi Club, Student African American Brotherhood, Student African American Sisterhood; Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Latino Business, Taiwanese, and Thai Student Associations
International student organizations:
Vietnamese International Student Association
Other student organizations, musical groups, activities, and committees:
Poetry in Public Places, Piano Society, Music Society, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Society for Anime and Manga Appreciation, Society for Student Filmmakers, DREAM Team, College Democrats, GLASS Club, APICS, MPACT Club, Active Minds, Jacob's Light Foundation Club, iSucceed, PowerSave Campus, Circle K International, Rotaract, Student Veterans Organization, Standing Up To Cancer, Public Administration Organization, Public Relation Student Society of America, Society for Human Resources Management, Globe Med, Global Citizens Project, Hispanic Scholar Chapter, Society for Human Resources Management, Students Promoting Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Animal Rights Network, Arnold Air Society - Brigadier General Robinson Risner Squadron, Inland Empire Future Leaders, Future Social Workers in Action, PowerSave Campus, San Bernardino Young Advocates, Student Health Advisory Committee @ PDC, MBA Leadership Association, Medical/Pre-Health Student Society, Society of Physics Students, Pre-Pharmacy Student Organization, Students for Stem Cell Research; Ceramics, Palm Desert Counseling, Counseling Graduate, Social Work, Student Alumni, California Teachers, Nutrition, Kinesiology, Accounting, American Marketing, Financial Management, and American Medical Student Associations; photography, student activities, history, league of legends, linguistics, sociology, instructional technology journal, entrepreneurship, criminal justice, geology, psychology, student health administration, information security, pre-optometry, chemistry, computer science/engineering, and neuroscience clubs

Athletics

School has an athletic program:
yes
Athletic director:
Kevin Hatcher,
Director of Athletics
Athletics homepage:
School colors:
black and blue
School mascot:
Coyotes
Athletic conference memberships:
California Collegiate Athletic Conference, Western Water Polo Association
Sports offered Scholarships? Athletic Assoc.
Men's baseballno 
Men's basketballno 
Men's golfno 
Men's soccerno 
Women's basketballno 
Women's cross-countryno 
Women's soccerno 
Women's softballno 
Women's track and field (outdoor)no 
Women's volleyballno 
Women's water polono 
Percent of students in varsity/club intercollegiate sports:
1%
Athletic facilities:
arena; baseball, soccer, and softball fields

Getting Away

Public transportation serves campus:
yes
Nearest international airport:
Ontario, CA (15 miles)
Nearest other airport:
Los Angeles (60 miles)
Nearest passenger train service:
San Bernardino, CA (5 miles)
Nearest passenger bus service:
San Bernardino, CA (8 miles)

Paying the Bills

Institutional employment is available:
yes
Off-campus employment opportunities for undergraduates are:
good
Freshmen are discouraged from working for first term:
no

After Graduation

List of graduate schools most often selected by recent graduates:
California Baptist University, University of California--Riverside, California State University--San Bernardino, Loma Linda University, University of Redlands.
List of firms that most frequently hire graduates:
California State University--San Bernardino, County of Riverside, Kaiser Permanente, Loma Linda University, Wells Fargo.


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