Looking for guidance and information on how to best support your student during their transition to CSUSM? Attend our Family Webinar Series! In these webinars, CSUSM faculty, staff, and students will guide you in coaching your student success and help you learn all about CSUSM.
Check out the schedule below for a list of past and upcoming topics. If you would like to attend, follow the RSVP link to register!
Tuesday, August 25 & Wednesday, August 26 : Family Move-In Meeting
Wednesday, August 26: Coaching Your Student to Success in the Virtual Classroom
Wednesday, September 16: Guiding Your Student to Get Involved
Wednesday, September 30: Financial Aid & Scholarships
Wednesday, October 5: Moving Past the Critical First Six Weeks of the Semester
Wednesday, November 4: Preparing Your Student for Spring Class Enrollment
To watch a recording of a past webinar, click on the link in the title of the webinar.
Family Move-In Meeting
Is your student living in CSUSM campus housing during the 2020-2021 academic year? Watch this video to learn more about policies and procedures to ensure health and security for all. This session also aims to provide support for families transitioning students to independent living. If you watched the video or attended the live session, share your feedback with us!
Coaching Your Student to Success in a the Virtual Classroom
Check out this session for tips on how to help your student set themselves up for success in a virtual learning environment.
Guiding Your Student to Get Involved
Learn more about student involvement opportunities at CSUSM and how to encourage your student to get involved!
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Learn more about how to apply for financial aid for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Moving Past the Critical First Six Weeks of the Semester
Learn how to guide and coach your student in moving past the Week 6 mark of the semester.
Preparing Your Student for Spring Class Enrollment
Learn how to help your student navigate the course enrollment process and utilize academic advising resources.