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CSUSM Sponsorship Opportunities

We are grateful for the opportunity to share the following high-profile events and initiatives that will reach over 100,000 community participants, students, and faculty in the 2024-2025 academic year at Cal State San Marcos (CSUSM).

Thank you for considering being a partner of CSUSM and your commitment to serving the North San Diego region and beyond. If you are interested in any of the opportunities below, please contact Christine Andersen.

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Sponsorship Opportunities - Academic Year

Help support the Innovation ecosystem at CSUSM. Innovation Hub sponsorships sustain an active calendar of programming and events, bringing together industry, faculty and students to solve problems through ideation. 

Sponsorships are critical to the success of Arts & Lectures, providing funds to secure notable artists and thought leaders featured in a powerful line up of campus and community events.

The CoBA Business Professional Development program presents Business Etiquette Dinners in the Fall & Spring semesters for students enrolled in the Business Professional Development 300 course.

New Student & Family Program (NSFP) is here to support apx. 8,000 new students and their families in a successful transition to university life at CSUSM.

The CSUSM University Library Context Exhibit is a long-standing program designed to support student learning and research to foster community discussion and engagement through the use of art.

 

Sponsorship Opportunities for Fall 2024

We are looking forward to celebrating President Neufeldt's third Report to the Community where she will share how CSUSM is rising to meet the challenges of today with resilience and resolve.

The 6th Annual National Social Mobility Symposium, hosted on the campus of California State University San Marcos in North San Diego County.

The CoBA Dean's Breakfast recognizes upper-division (junior, senior) business students who complete a minimum of 12 units of graded CSUSM coursework and who earn at least a 3.5 semester GPA.

CLIMB focuses on fostering effective leaders. CLIMB hosts a speaker seminar once per semester, convening executives, community leaders, faculty, students and guests to engage in conversations about leadership and mentoring.

Participate in Giving Tuesday by supporting CSUSM's Giving Day. CSUSM reaches over 80,000 individuals with email, social media and website presence for Giving Day.

The Senior Experience program, now in its 30th year, invites companies to hire college of Business Administration (CoBA) students to engage as consultants on rigorous, real-world projects that require teamwork and application of classroom knowledge.

 

Sponsorship Opportunities for Spring 2025

Super STEM Saturday is a free, annual community event that inspires students of all ages and their families to explore the diverse and exciting fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

The CSU Shiley Haynes Institute for Palliative Care at CSUSM promotes community awareness of palliative care and supports professional education of future palliative care providers.

Launched in April 2014, Women's Hackathon @ CSUSM is a bi-annual, 12-hour event that offers high school girls and college women the opportunities to work in teams and create technology solutions for selected non-profit organizations.

The CoBA Dean's Breakfast recognizes upper-division (junior, senior) business students who complete a minimum of 12 units of graded CSUSM coursework and who earn at least a 3.5 semester GPA.

CLIMB focuses on fostering effective leaders. CLIMB hosts a speaker seminar once per semester, convening executives, community leaders, faculty, students and guests to engage in conversations about leadership and mentoring.

CSUSM's spring giving campaign, One CSUSM, is a 24-hour fundraising campaign to raise suppot for scholarships. Outreach to supporters over email, social media and website reaches over 30,000 individuals.

Graduates of the College of Education, Health & Human Services (CEHHS) are prepared to help solve many of the regional and global challenges we face as a society. During this ceremony, we celebrate their success as students as well as the promising futures ahead of them.

The Senior Experience program, now in its 30th year, invites companies to hire College of Business Administration (CoBA) students to engage as consultants on rigorous, real-world projects that require teamwork and application of classroom knowledge.

A celebratory evening, where over 300 prominent community members, alumni and university partners will come together to raise funds for student success initatives.