Record number of applications for fall

Biggest enrollment ever expected 

Students who want to attend California State University, Monterey Bay in fall 2014 have some tough competition.

Several thousand people visited campus for the 2013 Open HouseFor the fifth straight year, CSUMB received a record number of freshmen applications.

CSUMB professor featured in Monterey video

TAT graduate was film's director

Professor Ruben MendozaThe city of Monterey has produced a video that highlights the work of CSUMB Professor Ruben Mendoza and his students.

Open University opens up opportunities

Open University logoMaybe you’re interested in pursuing your bachelor's degree, preparing for a promotion at work or just want one class while you take some time off from an out-of-town university.

Festival benefits Return of the Natives

Adventure awaits at Banff Mountain Film Festival's world tour

Banff Mountain Film Festival screening benefits RONExperience adventure on the big screen – from mountaintops to crashing waves to foaming river rapids – when the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour makes a stop at Monterey’s Golden State Theatre on Feb.


Osher Lifelong Learning Institute brings folks back to school

What do Woody Allen, nature photography and spy novels have in common?

Become an entrepreneur in 54 hours

CSUMB to host Startup Weekend Jan. 24-26

Ever wonder what it takes to be an entrepreneur?

 CSU Monterey Bay will be a great place to find out when the university hosts Startup Weekend Monterey Bay Jan. 24-26.

National award for kinesiology student

UROC sets Orozco on career path

Kinesiology student Breanna Orozco has earned a prestigious scholarship from the American College of Sports Medicine, one of only two students in the country to earn the award.

More honors for archaeology professor

Dr. Ruben MendozaProfessor Ruben Mendoza has been selected to deliver the keynote address at the annual meeting of the California Mission Studies Association (CMSA). The meeting will be held Feb. 14-16 at Mission San Antonio de Padua and Paso Robles.

Speakers Bureau topics

CSUMB faculty and staff members are currently offering talks on the following topics:

Research at CSUMB: Why we do it and what it means for the Monterey Bay region
Researchers at the university bring in millions of dollars in grants. Those funds create jobs and support the development of new knowledge. We’re eager to discuss economic development and to share ideas for cooperation and collaboration between the university and industry.
– University administrator

Help RON count the birds

CSUMB’s Return of the Natives’ annual event Jan. 18

Volunteers will be out at 7 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 18, looking for hawks, geese, ducks, wrens and a White pelicanvariety of other species at the Watershed Institute’s ninth annual winter bird count at Upper Carr Lake in Salinas. Everyone is welcome to help during the three-hour count.