Events in the next 30 days.
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The CSUMB Baseball team host Cal State Dominguez Hills in a California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) double header game at the Otter Sports Complex located at the corner of 2nd Avenue and Divarty Street. The first pitch is scheduled for 12:00pm. Ticket Prices are as follows: CSUMB Students: FREE General Admission: $5 Season Tickets are available at www.otterathletics.com/tickets. Go Otters!
Day hiking trip at Point Lobos. 10am-5pm
Hosted by Associated Students & Student Recreation
Dance with FOAM
ID required; CSUMB students w/ Otter ID may sign-in one (1) non-CSUMB student who is 18+ with valid photo ID.
Hosted by the Future of Arts and Music club.
A weekly meeting with the members of CSUMB Pride Club. We will be discussing issues and topics that pertain to the LGBTQIA community.
This is an event for Blue Crue members to have fun in support of the baseball game. We will be starting in Mian Quad and marching to the field together to cheer on our baseball players.
Join Outdoor Recreation for a fun day on the water.
With questions please contact Outdoor Recreation Front Desk or email@example.com
Join the CSUMB Cycle Center for a Friday Mountain Bike Ride
Startup Challenge is an annual competition held each spring, for start-up and emerging companies to showcase their ideas and their business and get valuable input. It starts with a short application and a five-minute pitch presented to our judges at CSUMB on March 28, 2014. From there finalists are chosen to expand on their idea into a written plan, which is presented to an investor panel at the main event on May 2, 2014.
Mental Health First Aid is an interactive course designed to reduce stigma and increase early intervention. Upon completion of the 8-hour course, participants will establish skills to assess and intervene in crisis situations pertaining to anxiety, depression, suicide, substance abuse and psychosis.
Interested in becoming certified in Mental Health First Aid? Attend this FREE training offered and facilitated by Health & Wellness Services.
This training is open to students, staff, and faculty. 3-year certification and training manual provided. Must attend the entire training (8hrs) to receive certification.
Must preregister online at pgcc.csumb.edu, space open to the first 25 registered.
For more information, contact Jessica Flores at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the PGCC at (831) 582-3969.
Symmetry & Eclectic Approach in Concert
Doors: 8:45 PM
Show: 9:00 PM
Free for CSUMB students w/ Otter ID; all others must be 18+ with valid photo ID and $20 cash.
This educational, interactive workshop is an opportunity to increase awareness of cultural competencies regarding people with visible and/or non-visible disabilities.
Learning outcomes aim to:
1) Increase participant knowledge of disability culture through presenters' stories;
2) Increase awareness of barriers; and
3) Increase practical knowledge of methods to make public events and activities on or off campus accessible to people with physical, learning, and/or psychological disabilities.
Learn how to create welcoming environments, ensure access to electronic and printed information, and plan for Universal Design and various disability-related needs!
Co-sponsored by CSUMB Health and Wellness Services, Student Housing and Residential Life, Student Fee Advisory Committee, Otter Cross Cultural Center, Central Coast Center for Independent Living, and others to be announced!
Sign Language interpretation will be provided.
Each week we will showcase CSUMB talent at Monte's. If you have a musical talent of your own, contact us at email@example.com
Join the Personal Growth and Counseling Center's Coping with Stress Group. This group meets every Thursday for 6 weeks from 4PM to 5PM. This is an ideal group for students wanting support with stress management. Starts Thursday, March 27th. Check out the PGCC website for more information, pgcc.csumb.edu.
Annual Ethics Panel presented by the College of Business and School of Information Technology & Communication
This event gets students active by working on Yoga movements with a higher level of difficulty of body function focusing on the Abs, Back, and Legs. Students will get involved by learning routines that build towards a fun stress free workout! This is a great way for students to get active for the beginning of the new semester. It is for all ages and for any student that wants to have a fun workout.
Join the Personal Growth and Counseling Center's Yoga, Art and Meditation (YAM) Group. This group meets every Wednesday from 3:30PM to 5PM to support students in reducing stress and enhancing self-awareness. Starts Wednesday, February 5th. Check out the PGCC website for more information, pgcc.csumb.edu.
We will be going over recent events, up-coming events, volunteer opportunities, research opportunities, and have a journal club.
Our meetings will usually consist of music from our worship band and a message from a student or local pastor.