What is 60+?

The CSUB 60+ Club, founded in 1986, is made up of people from all walks of life who are concerned citizens, who are active, curious, and have time to pursue lifelong learning. It is a partnership between the University and the local community of retired people. Its purpose is to provide personal enrichment, educational opportunities, volunteer challenges, and social activities in a campus environment(see links to Interest Groups and Action Network at left). A summary of 60+ activities from 1986 to the present can be seen on the History page.

General Club meetings are held on the CSUB campus at 2 p.m. on a Thursday with a program and refreshments. Meetings are on the first Thursday of October and May, the second Thursday of September, November and January through April. The December meeting is a special luncheon celebrating the holidays and the June meeting is a luncheon for the installation of new officers; both of these feature entertainment.

"Possibilities Day" is a special meeting held on the second Thursday in September. Click here for information, or contact Alumni Affairs office at 661-654- 3211, or 60plus@csub.edu

Operational details of the 60+ Club are in our Policies, Procedures, and Bylaws

Join us for Possibilities Day September 12, 2013!