Chronology

Mission Statement
About CSU Bakersfield

Early CSUB

1960's
1970's

Expansion

1980's
1990's
2000's

Environment

Research
FACT

Buildings

Dorothy Donahoe Hall
Romberg Nursing Center
Dore Theatre
Walter Stiern Library
Icardo Center
Student Union

Photographs

Alumni
Faculty
BPA
Religious Studies
English
Education

Student Union

Student Union The Student Union opened its doors to the CSUB campus in May 1995. This $2 million facility has a contemporary design that is unique in structure and appearance on the CSUB campus. The 17,330 square foot structure was designed to serve as the social center of the campus community and provide a comfortable atmosphere for students to meet, organize, and attend a variety of events.

The Student Union houses a variety of organizations and offices that benefit the CSUB campus by serving students, staff and faculty. The Runner Bookstore, The Pub, and Safe 1 Credit Union are only a few of the valuable resources that are housed in the Student Union as well as many others.

The Student Union, Inc. Board of Directors (664-2498) is comprised of students, alumni, faculty and staff members who guide the direction of the Student Union and set its policy. The Office of Student Activities (664-3091) assists students, faculty and staff in the development of social, cultural, educational, and recreational activities for the university. These co-curricular activities are planned to enhance instructional offerings and to provide growth opportunities for students. The Student Resource Center is located within the Student Activities area. It provides students with resource materials and equipment for the publicity and promotion of meetings and activities at minimal or no cost. The Intramural Office (654-3449) is also located within the Student Activities area and coordinates organized intramural activities and tournaments.

Associated Students, Inc. (664-2418) provides an official voice through which students' rights and interests are protected. Working to provide more than just student government, various cultural and social activities are supported by ASi. Activities and services from low cost child care to financial support for campus clubs and organizations are sponsored by ASI