Most campus services are available virtually rather than in person. If you are unable to locate the services you need on this page, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
The Cougar Care Network provides information, connection to resources, advocacy and support for students dealing with personal, academic, financial or other challenges. Call (760) 750-7627 or email email@example.com for more information.
The University Student Union and IITS have partnered to establish a computer lab in the USU Ballroom and Meeting Rooms for students who need access to computers, printing services, power and/or Wi-Fi. The USU computer lab is open from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday on a first-come, first-served basis.
Students will use the campus app to check into the lab and receive an assigned station. The process is as easy as opening up the app and scanning their digital ID when they arrive. The app also has an “On Campus” button that will show available on-campus services, including the number of computers available in the USU so that students will know if there are open stations before arriving.
Students can call the USU at 760-750-7450 during the lab’s operating hours with questions or leave a message after hours. Students needing support for hardware issues (computer, webcam, etc.) or with any software tools (Cougar Courses, Zoom, etc.), should visit the IITS For You Student webpage. For technology needs (laptops, webcams, wireless hotspots, etc.), please visit the IITS For You Appointment webpage.
The Office of Disability Support Services (DSS) has been designated to provide services and accommodations to students with disabilities to ensure that they have both equal opportunity and access in their educational pursuits.
The best way to reach DSS is by campus email:
The Career Center offers services to help students and alumni attain career fulfillment and empower them to design and manage their career paths with clarity, competence and confidence.
The Cougar Pantry serves all CSUSM students in an effort to decrease food insecurity. The pantry stocks a variety of dry and canned goods, limited produce, milk and toiletries. Visit the Cougar Pantry or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information related to food distribution.
Although the library building is closed, services remain available virtually through the University Library COVID-19 Resources webpage. You can live chat with library staff for general questions, research needs and more. You can also submit questions any time online and someone will respond within 24 hours.
Physical books are available through digitization on demand and the library is scanning and providing access to Reserves materials digitally as quickly as possible. Visit the FAQ for Remote Library Services and Materials webpage for more information.
The Office of Undergraduate Studies is home to Learning and Tutoring Services, which includes the following student support programs that enhance the retention, graduation and success of all students:
Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) and the CSUSM Pharmacy are open by appointment only. Call (760) 750-4915 to make an appointment. After-hours access to a counselor is available at (760) 750-4915. Press 9 to speak directly to a counselor over the phone.
Instructional & Information Technology Services (IITS) has compiled resources for students with technical concerns. Please visit IITS for Students – Technology resources and tools for more information.
Students who do not have access to a computer or tablet with a recent Windows or Mac operating system, or who do not have access to the internet or rely on the campus library for textbooks, should email email@example.com.
For questions about technology and resources to assist you with your virtual/online classes, please contact Technology Support Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 760-750-4790.