Office of Graduate Studies
Fall 2017 Application Process! - new!
Those who wish to apply to post-baccalaureate programs for Fall 2017 are encouraged to complete their application by May 31st through CSU Mentor. Applications are considered complete when the applicant has: (1) completely filled out the application, (2) paid the $55.00 application fee, and (3) clicked submit. Incomplete applications cannot be processed.
CSU Mentor will close at midnight, May 31st, 2017, and will be replaced by Cal State Apply. Cal State Apply will accept applications for Winter 2018.
The Cal State Apply system will not accept applications for Fall 2017. Those who wish to apply for Fall 2017 after May 31st must complete a paper application. The deadline to submit the paper application for Fall 2017 is June 19th. Note that some programs have earlier application deadlines.
For more information, please click "How to Apply" page.
Join Us at Our Upcoming Open Forum on Graduate Programs! - new!
The Office of Graduate Studies and the Strategic Analysis of Graduate Programs Steering Committee invites the campus community to attend our upcoming open forum, where we will share the progress we have made thus far on our strategic analysis. This analysis focuses on the status of our graduate programs, and is the first step in developing a strategic plan to guide our programs’ the growth and development.
Date & Location:
Thursday, May 25, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm, Eucalyptus Room (Lower Commons)
More information can be found on the Strategic Analysis pages of our website. We look forward to seeing you at the Open Forum!
Join us for the upcoming SPSS training:
Intro to SPSS - Thu 05/18, 3:00 PM at PL-045. Learn the fundamentals of SPSS for typical data processing. Topics include creating and importing data files, coding and recoding variables, selecting cases, and summarizing individual variables;
SPSS II - Thu 05/25, 3:00 PM at PL-045. Building on the fundamentals of SPSS for typical data processing. Topics include custom tables, syntax basics, and merging files.
To register for the training, please click the ITS Training Services Registration website.
Thesis Digitization Project (Scholarworks)
Prior to 2014, CSUSB theses, projects, and dissertations were available as hard-copy only. Pfau Library is at work on a project to digitize its collection of hard-copy theses and make them available on the internet via CSUSB Scholarworks. For more information or to opt out of digitization, see the Thesis Digitization Project or contact librarian Stacy Magedanz, firstname.lastname@example.org