Calling all Transfer Students! Join the Transfer Success Track at any point in your first semester at CSUSM. Participants must complete 5 events ranging from one of each of the five Learning Outcomes of the Co-Curricular Model. Complete 5 events by the end of the semester celebration to receive certificate and gift for future career use! More information about the Transfer Success Track will be provided at New Student Orientation!
As you jump into your first semester at CSUSM, we would like to offer you a specialized track for Transfer Students to get connected on campus. The Transfer Success Track is a great way for you to meet CSUSM faculty, staff and students. You will have the opportunity to make your years at CSUSM really count by getting engaged in leadership and professional development opportunities.
Access and complete the virtual Transfer Success Track tracking sheet.
Please reach out to Orientation, New Student & Family Programs at (760) 750-4930 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The first day of classes in Fall! An opportunity to connect with fellow transfer students as well as CSUSM faculty and staff!
Monday, August 26, 2019 from 4-5:30pm in USU 2310
Transfer students have a unique forum within their Cougar Courses ORNT15 where they can receive weekly success tips and connect with one another!
Transfer Tuesdays are offered during University Hour (U-hour), providing different topics relevant to transfer student needs. Come connect with fellow transfer students and staff and learn how to utilize what you learn at CSUSM post graduation. Tranfer Tuesdays are every Tuesday in SBSB 1103.
Become a Transfer Student Ambassador! After experiencing the transition to CSUSM first-hand
our team and help others get immersed in our campus community. Join the Orientation Team!
The Gender Equity Center supports breastfeeding employees and students who wish to pump breastmilk for their children while at work or attending school. CSUSM will provide a location and a reasonable amount of time to accommodate employees and students pursuant to state laws and Title IX.
Student Parent Network: Encouraging support in the parent community while providing resources, and extending both social and professional opportunities on and off campus to parents, who are pursuing their educational goals.