Our programs and services listed below are free and available for all students.
The Academic Success Centers has six group study rooms available for use: Kellogg 2106 (4 seats), 2107 (4 seats), 2110 (10 seats), 2112 (4 seats), 2113 (4 seats), and 2116 (10 seats), all of which are available for students to reserve up to an hour in advance for a maximum of three hours.
To reserve a group study room, visit Biblio's Reservation Calendar. From Biblio you can log in with your CSUSM credentials and select the start and end time (max. three hour time block) for the room you would like to use.
Want to reduce stress and increase focus? Want to feel connected and more awake? Push pause and join us for weekly mindfulness sits (no prior experience necessary). You can stay the whole time, come in at any time and leave at any time. Come when you can!
Are you in ACCT 201, ACCT 202, ECON 201 or ECON 202? See our Supplemental Instruction page to get further support. You can also visit the STEM Student Success Center for more courses which have an SI linked session!
Meet with your transfer student peers as we discuss topics that pertain just to YOU every Tuesday.
Come meet the Econ Club leaders and get support with your coursework! Although they will emphasize support in ECON 201 and 202, bring any questions and materials.
Fab Fridays transforms the ASC into a makerspace where teams of scholarship recipients in computer science can fabricate computing solutions for real-world projects and challenges presented by community and industry partners.
UNIV 302 Study Hall provides an ongoing service/program during Spring 2019 that allows students attending this unique course an academic space within the library/ASC to build community with each other, create study groups, and have a safe place to study. The faculty act as a resource to promote student relationships, answer questions, and start facilitating foundations in positive student learning.
Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org. All events will be held in the Academic Success Center (KEL 2111; second floor of the Kellogg Library).