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Many of the students who walk through the doors of community colleges have already been told they are not college material. Or they are experiencing circumstances that can easily discourage or prevent them from succeeding. Nevertheless, these students bring with them their hopes and aspirations—and are depending on college faculty and staff to help them find success.
Rep. Deb Haaland
Print Friendly, PDF & EmailPrint Indigenous scholars are celebrating President-elect Joe Biden’s nomination of U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland for secretary of the interior. A Democratic Congresswoman from New Mexico, Haaland would be the first Native American to serve in the position.
California Assemblyman David Chiu
Under the newly introduced AB 245 bill, led by California Assemblyman David Chiu, nonbinary and transgender public college students would be allowed to put their preferred names on diplomas instead of their birth names, according to SFGATE.

Beyond the Stereotype

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Set of posters in the Beyond the Stereotype campaign series, which aims to educate the public and campus community about the impact of microaggressions and stereotypes on marginalized communities. This second series is designed to foster understanding and empathy toward the LGBTQA com

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Campus Commitment

CSUSM students
 
CSUSM has made an institutional commitment to inclusive excellence by contributing resources, initiatives, centers and regular events.
Your generosity furthers the campus committment to inclusive excellence.

Strategic Plan

Action Steps for the Diversity and Strategic Plan (2017-2022)

Goal 1 - Access and Success
Status: In Progress
CSUSM will improve institutional access and equity through effective recruitment and retention of diverse students, faculty, staff, and administrators, providing them with equitable and expanded opportunities for success.
Goal 2 - Curriculum, Co-Curriculum, Learning Outcomes
Status: In Progress
Develop students’ skills, knowledge, and abilities to advocate for, lead, and participate in social change, to function and contribute effectively in a diverse and multicultural world, and to understand the role of diversity in their own lives and in society.
Goal 3 - Inclusive Climate
Status: In Progress
Foster and maintain an inclusive, welcoming, campus environment where all campus members thrive and are heard and where differences are considered a collective strength.
Goal 4 - Institutionalized Diversity
Status: In Progress
Ensure that CSUSM’s institutional priorities, initiatives, policies, and practices take into account, reflect, and support the university’s goals and expectations for diversity and inclusion.

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Awards

Higher Education Excellence in Diversity 2020 Award
California State University San Marcos has received the 2020 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education. This is the seventh straight year that CSUSM has been named a HEED Award recipient.

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  • ~54%
    First Generation Students
  • ~50%
    Underrepresented Students
  • ~61%
    Female Faculty (wo/Unit 11)

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