In the Current Issue

  • OBRT Exposes Students to Cutting Edge Research
    From analyzing the mechanism of infection which spreads HIV, to examining how an adolescent mind is biologically more susceptible to addiction, CSUSM students and faculty are on the cutting edge of science, conducting research through the University’s Office for Biomedical Research and Training (OBRT).
  • CSUSM at Temecula Expands and Reopens in New & Larger Facility
    It only took two years for CSUSM at Temecula to outgrow its original facility; and on October 18, higher education in Southwest Riverside County began a new chapter with the grand re-opening of Cal State San Marcos at Temecula in a new — and larger — facility.
  • Campus Canvas
    A three-dimensional, 304-acre canvas — when it comes to public art that is how California State University San Marcos can be described. The purpose of public art at CSUSM is to present the campus community and the region with art projects that engage the senses and intellect in publicly accessible areas of the campus.
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