APIA Heritage Month, April 8-May 16
MISSION

Student Activities at Cal State Monterey Bay is committed to student development through co-curricular programming, community involvement, leadership opportunities, and student advocacy.  Motivated by social justice and grounded in best practices, theory, and continuous assessment we strive to cultivate engaged members of the community.


LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

The leadership opportunities at Cal State Monterey Bay are uniquely designed to offer students a co-curricular experience that supports the University's Vision. We offer a diverse range of events and most are free for students and offer great networking, career building, growth and development opportunities whether you are a first-year student or a graduate student. Personal and professional growth is something that never stops happening, so why stop here? Go to one or many of these workshops and sessions to further your own social and emotional intelligence. Don't you want to be the best you can be? "Leadership is action, not position." -D.H. McGannon

PROGRAMMING AND EVENTS

The Master Calendar is the place to find out about all the events and activities at CSUMB. Click here to go there!

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS

Associated Students is CSUMB's student-run government that strives to make every voice heard! Meetings are every Monday from 12-2PM in the University Center conference rooms.

INTER-CLUB COUNCIL

Inter-Club Council (ICC) is a committee of recognized clubs and organizations at CSUMB. The council's mission is to create and support club based activities and events that enrich the campus life experience of the students, faculty, and staff. The council also serves as a venue for clubs to highlight club activities, coordinate event schedules, offer support and guidance to each other, seek solutions to common problems, and express concerns related to student organizations at CSUMB. This council also facilitates club funding through Associated Students.

Inter-Club Council meetings are every other Monday starting the 2nd week of classes at noon in the Student Center. Board meetings are on the opposite weeks (starting the 1st week of classes) at the same day and time and are open to everyone although not required to remain in good standing as a student club.

MULTICULTURAL GREEK COUNCIL

The purpose and pride of the Multicultural Greek Council at CSUMB shall be to: uphold the values of the University's Vision Statement, promote culture, community service, and enhance leadership and academics; to create and maintain a high standard of life for Greek Letter Organizations. Multicultural Greek Council meetings are every other Wednesday starting September 1, 2010 at 8pm in the Student Center.

STUDENT CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

Student organizations offer an excellent way to meet others, develop leadership skills, deepen specific interests and concerns, and become part of the experiences that lay the foundation of our university and help fulfill its Vision. By becoming involved, your time at CSUMB will become more meaningful, productive, and enjoyable, and you will enhance your learning outside of the classroom.

Open to all members of the CSUMB community including staff and faculty, student organizations enrich our campus life through events, programs, activities, projects, and service. They fall into several categories including academic, community service, cultural, political/social action, recreations, religious, and sports. In short, CSUMB organizations are diverse and very active, so our campus offers countless ways to be involved!

NEW STUDENT OTTER ORIENTATION

Each semester the campus community presents New Student Otter Orientation to ensure your transition to CSUMB is a successful one. Orientation provides new students an opportunity to receive advising, register for classes, learn about campus and community involvement, and answer any questions you may have about the University. We strongly encourage families to attend as well.

OTTER STUDENT UNION

The Otter Student Union, or OSU, is a student run organization dedicated to serving the campus community by hosting a diverse set of events open to all CSUMB students. OSU maintains and operates the Black Box Cabaret as its primary venue for campus events. For additional information about the Otter Student Union explore the additional pages provided.

STUDENT RECREATION

Student Recreation serves as an integral partner in the Otter Experience by providing programs and services that promote wellness, foster community, and empower student success. Student Recreations is committed to enriching the lives of the CSUMB community, enhancing scholarly activity, and complimenting the academic experience through high quality co-curricular programs and services. Student Recreation encompasses Intramural Sports, Outdoor Recreation, Otter Cycle Center, and Sports Clubs.


Student Activities & Leadership Development

Physical Location:
Student Center, Building 12 on the Main Quad

Mailing Address:
Student Center
100 Campus Center
Seaside, CA 93955

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8 AM-5 PM

Phone and Fax Numbers:
Phone 831-582-3329
Fax 831-582-4421

E-mail:
studentactivities@csumb.edu