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Equity at CSUSM
LGBTQA Pride Center
The Pride Center provides a welcoming and inclusive space for all students, staff, faculty, and friends to socialize, study, make new friends, and build community.
Multicultural Programs provides intentional learning experiences that educate and support students throughout the stages of their identity development in order to engage students in the process of social justice action and change.
AB540 Resource Guide
This web site is designed to provide information to new and current students who are seeking information about AB 540 eligibility as well as for faculty and staff who advise AB 540 Students regarding eligibility and available resources.
Diversity, Social Justice, and Equity Project
The Social Justice and Equity Project promotes academic excellence by advancing social justice and equity through mutually beneficial collaboration among university and community constituencies.
TRiO Student Support Services
Student Support Services offers personal, transitional, and academic support to students from first-generation, low-income, and disability backgrounds, enabling them to persist and graduate from Cal State San Marcos.
Educational Opportunity Program
The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) is the University's first access and equity program. It exists to serve historically low-income and educationally disadvantaged undergraduate students by providing academic support services that will improve both the access and retention of this population in a university setting.
Disabled Student Services
The aim of CSU San Marcos is to instill in its students the enthusiasm and curiosity, the creativity and originality, the healthy skepticism, and the habit of continuing inquiry that are central to all truly educated men and women. The goal is to enable them to realize their potential as enlightened individuals and productive members of society in a world of change.