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  • Leadership Opportunities | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Registration Contact Connect Contact an RA Hours of Operations Staff Directory Important Phone Numbers Work for Res Life Get Involved Supporters Family Strategies for Parents Guardians Release of student information Mental Health Returning to Campus After an Emergency Resources for Parents Guardians FAQs Housing Options Rates Benefits of living on campus Living Learning Programs Housing Payment Plan Rate Lock Off Campus Resources Applying to CSUMB Housing Reservation Days Summer Housing Move In Students With Disabilities Gender Inclusive Housing Cancel Housing TV Services Laundry Alert Mail Packages Safety Tips Check out East Campus Guest Registration Contact an RA Hours of Operations Staff Directory Important Phone Numbers Work for Res Life Get Involved Strategies for Parents Guardians Release of student information Mental Health Returning to Campus After an Emergency Resources for Parents Guardians CSUMB Home Campus Life Housing Contact Connect Leadership Opportunities Resident Advisors Resident Advisors are the members of the Student Housing Residential Life staff that work directly with residents to encourage involvement in campus life and to assist in emergencies RAs are individuals who are committed to making on campus living a fun and rewarding experience These student staff members receive ongoing training in areas such as peer counseling crisis intervention and roommate conflict resolution so that they may be of help to residents during the year Peer Conduct Review Board The purpose of the Peer Conduct Review Board is to uphold community living standards and expectations with students who live on campus within student housing through the process of peer review Student board members will review minor incidents of misconduct and recommend sanctions which will address inappropriate behavior The Conduct Coordinator Community Director will advise the board Summer Conference Assistant Summer Conference Assistants are employees of Student Housing Residential Life that work with the Summer Conference staff to ensure

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/housing/leadership-opportunities (2016-02-11)
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  • Get Involved | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Operations Staff Directory Important Phone Numbers Work for Res Life Get Involved Supporters Family Strategies for Parents Guardians Release of student information Mental Health Returning to Campus After an Emergency Resources for Parents Guardians FAQs Housing Options Rates Benefits of living on campus Living Learning Programs Housing Payment Plan Rate Lock Off Campus Resources Applying to CSUMB Housing Reservation Days Summer Housing Move In Students With Disabilities Gender Inclusive Housing Cancel Housing TV Services Laundry Alert Mail Packages Safety Tips Check out East Campus Guest Registration Contact an RA Hours of Operations Staff Directory Important Phone Numbers Work for Res Life Get Involved Strategies for Parents Guardians Release of student information Mental Health Returning to Campus After an Emergency Resources for Parents Guardians CSUMB Home Campus Life Housing Contact Connect Get Involved RESIDENTIAL HOUSING ASSOCIATION The Cal State Monterey Bay Residential Housing Association is dedicated to serving as a voice for the residents of on campus housing and guiding them in a positive living experience The Residential Housing Association addresses issues relevant to community life offers a safe environment through on campus activities and provides leadership opportunities to all residents The Residential Housing Association establishes this constitution as its governing document and pledges to uphold its principles and pursue its goals More Info on the RHA AREA COUNCILS Each of the housing areas has an Area Council AC is the governing body for that particular housing community By joining an AC you can help shape your community by discussing a wide variety of issues or community concerns in addition to organizing and promoting numerous activities throughout the year Every AC is a member of the Residential Housing Association More Info on Area Councils PEER CONDUCT REVIEW BOARD The purpose of the Peer Conduct Review Board is to uphold community living

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  • Strategies for Parents & Guardians | Cal State Monterey Bay
    try to determine how best to address your child s need at the moment Don t panic Don t be surprised if your son or daughter expresses strong emotions one day and then these feelings disappear the next day It is not unusual to receive a call that nothing is going right or I want to come home and then the next day all is well Brainstorm options and possible courses of action with your student as problems arise Generating choices with your child conveys that you care and also puts the responsibility on him or her for follow up Encourage your child to work through problems with their roommates as they arise A series of misunderstandings may erupt into a major confrontation if tensions are allowed to build It is important to remember that students need to fight their own battles Situations can become more complicated when parents get involved in roommate problems Remember that times change Be careful about giving advice based on your own college experience What worked for you some years ago may not be effective for your son or daughter Place the responsibility for connecting with resources at the first sign of academic trouble on your student Students should reach out to campus support services such as tutors advisers and deans Ask questions about how your child is spending free time and with whom he or she is spending it The way your child spends time can give clues as to whether he or she is engaging in risky activities Remember that it is your student who needs to take responsibility for managing his or her time Attempting to organize your child s time can often complicate matters However as a parent you can provide some helpful tips Even if your child has made some poor decisions try not to place blame directly on him or her Using I statements rather than you statements allows you to express how you feel without sounding accusatory Work on controlling your emotions Feelings of anger and disappointment will come through even on the telephone Choosing a major is a process that takes time It may be difficult not to step in and choose a major for your child Encourage your students to explore academic programs but do not project your own views into the process Remember that a student s choice of a major is based on his or her abilities and interests not yours Parents should be aware when final grades are available Information can be found on the CSUMB website Keep in mind that CSUMB honors FERPA law and therefore you will not receive notification of your child s grades judicial records etc When you discuss any changes remember that your student owns the plan Your role is to share your expectations and provide support not to assume responsibility for decisions and follow through That is up to your college student If this is your second or third child going off to college remember and respect

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  • Release of student information | Cal State Monterey Bay
    to CSUMB Housing Reservation Days Summer Housing Move In Students With Disabilities Gender Inclusive Housing Cancel Housing TV Services Laundry Alert Mail Packages Safety Tips Check out East Campus Guest Registration Contact an RA Hours of Operations Staff Directory Important Phone Numbers Work for Res Life Get Involved Strategies for Parents Guardians Release of student information Mental Health Returning to Campus After an Emergency Resources for Parents Guardians CSUMB Home Campus Life Housing Supporters Family Release of student information The federal Family Education Rights and Privacy Act FERPA also known as the Buckley Amendment directs CSU Monterey Bay to keep certain student records private from third parties and to make others available for inspection and copying by students Under the federal regulations implementing the act every student in attendance at the university or who has been in attendance here has a right to inspect and review their educational records This includes a right to a response for explanations and interpretations of records and the right to obtain copies of the records Releasing Student Information The university may not disclose information from a student s record without first obtaining the written consent of the student several exceptions are noted below Parents of university students do not have the right to have access to these records and are treated as any other member of the public unless the student has given written consent for release of such records to them Release without student consent may be done under certain limited circumstances Some of those circumstances are Release of public directory information regarding a current or former student CSUMB has designated the following items as public information name home and local address and telephone school or college class level major field dates of attendance at CSUMB any degree received and date awarded honors

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  • Important Mental Health Information | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Campus After an Emergency Resources for Parents Guardians CSUMB Home Campus Life Housing Supporters Family Important Mental Health Information Dear parents and family members of CSUMB students The increase of emotional problems and mental disorders occurring among college students on campuses has been well documented More frequently students arrive on campus needing some type of psychological assistance With this in mind we want to provide you with some ways of helping your student get ready to start their college experience should they need mental health services Our Personal Growth Counseling Center and Campus Health Center provide services to approximately 4 000 students Both centers are committed to supporting the mental health of our student body The PGCC provides brief short term solution focused therapy and the CHC provides urgent and primary care Both centers provide referrals when long term and or specialty care is necessary Thus we believe it is important to advise you of the scope of our services before your student or family member arrives on campus If your student has a history of mental health issues the best strategy for his or her success at CSUMB is to develop a plan for their psychological care prior to arrival on campus Our recommendations are Check with your current health care provider for their approved list of health care professionals in the Monterey Bay area who are accepting new clients patients Schedule an appointment for an initial visit within the first couple of weeks of arriving on campus Some parents set up an appointment during the move in period and attend the meeting to administer the insurance and payment details Please encourage your student to complete his her emergency information card with clear information regarding diagnosis medications allergies health care providers contact information and insurance policy information It is

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  • Returning to Campus After an Emergency | Cal State Monterey Bay
    student information Mental Health Returning to Campus After an Emergency Resources for Parents Guardians CSUMB Home Campus Life Housing Supporters Family Returning to Campus After an Emergency Returning to Campus after an Attempted Suicide Alcohol or Drug Overdose or Mental Health Hold Dear parents and family members of CSUMB students The staff who work in the Division of Student Affairs care deeply for our students and are committed to maintaining their safety Because of this commitment we have procedures to help students who are hospitalized for suicide attempts alcohol or drug overdose or serious psychiatric illness We believe it is important to advise you of our procedures before your student or family member arrives on campus The Dean of Students is responsible for initiating policies and procedures for decisions of continued enrollment and parameters for re enrollment when a student has been hospitalized Once a student is released from the hospital they will be required to meet with the Dean of Students If a residential student the Dean of Students and the Director of Student Housing Residential Life work with the Student Housing Residential Life staff to contact the student as soon as they return to campus Both commuter and residential students will receive a letter from the Dean via their student email The letter informs the student that they need to make contact and set up a meeting to discuss their residential and student status The purpose of the meeting is to determine the student s ability to continue enrollment and or continue living on campus A student s refusal to meet is a violation of the CSU Student Code of Conduct and the student can be referred to the Student Conduct Administrator for possible sanctioning sanctioning could include removal from campus housing or suspension from the campus Decisions

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  • Resources for Parents & Guardians | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Menu Toggle navigation Options Rates Housing Options Rates Benefits of living on campus Living Learning Programs Housing Payment Plan Rate Lock Off Campus Resources Apply move in Applying to CSUMB Housing Reservation Days Summer Housing Move In Students With Disabilities Gender Inclusive Housing Cancel Housing Current Residents TV Services Laundry Alert Mail Packages Safety Tips Check out East Campus Guest Registration Contact Connect Contact an RA Hours of Operations Staff Directory Important Phone Numbers Work for Res Life Get Involved Supporters Family Strategies for Parents Guardians Release of student information Mental Health Returning to Campus After an Emergency Resources for Parents Guardians FAQs Housing Options Rates Benefits of living on campus Living Learning Programs Housing Payment Plan Rate Lock Off Campus Resources Applying to CSUMB Housing Reservation Days Summer Housing Move In Students With Disabilities Gender Inclusive Housing Cancel Housing TV Services Laundry Alert Mail Packages Safety Tips Check out East Campus Guest Registration Contact an RA Hours of Operations Staff Directory Important Phone Numbers Work for Res Life Get Involved Strategies for Parents Guardians Release of student information Mental Health Returning to Campus After an Emergency Resources for Parents Guardians CSUMB Home Campus Life Housing Supporters Family Resources for

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  • FAQs | Cal State Monterey Bay
    carries over year to year If you leave with no damages the deposit is refunded How can I pay for my housing fees You can pay for your student housing fees online by logging into your student housing account or in person at the Campus Service Center When are my housing fees due All housing and meal plan payments are due in accordance to the unviversity fee payment schedule Students who qualify for the Payment Extension must pay their housing and meal plan fees in full no later than the add drop date set by the university regardless of whether all aid is received Can parents or guardians who pay for their children s housing obtain information about their account Under FERPA and for security reasons our office cannot disclose any information about your child s housing and account unless they have signed a release form Is a reservation deposit required to reserve my assignment for fall term Yes it is 100 Before you are able to reserve the fee must be paid at the Campus Service Center or online via your CSUMB account Can I defer my deposit and or reservation fees No there are no deferments even through financial aid for deposits or reservation fees What does it cost to live in on campus housing Please refer to the Housing Rates link on the Housing Options page of the housing website How much does on campus parking cost How do I get the permits and where do I park You can make payments are the Campus Service Center Prices are available online at csumb edu parking Can I get my money refunded if I decide not to live on campus You can get your money refunded only if you cancel before the Cancellation Deadline Resident Advisors What is an RA Resident Advisors RAs are CSUMB students who provide support and guidance to assist students achieve personal social and academic goals and develop skills essential to being respectful ethical global citizens Resident Advisors serve as role models to the CSU Monterey Bay community and are a vital advocates between residents and the Office of Residential Life When are the Resident Advisor s on duty RA s are on duty at the service desk from 8am to 8pm in their areas from 8pm 7 59am and twenty four hours around the clock on holidays and weekends How do we contact the RA on duty RAs are required to carry cell phones at all times when on duty and you can contact them by either calling them or stopping by the service desk in the Student Housing Residential Life office located in the Student Center East Campus RAs on Duty are only accessible via their cell phones Area One RA on Duty 831 402 5498 Cypress Asilomar Willet and Manzanita Halls Area Two RA on Duty 831 402 5496 Yarrow Avocet Tortuga and Sanderling Halls North Quad RA on Duty 831 402 9027 Strawberry Apartments Vineyard and Pinnacles Suites East Campus Frederick Park I RA on Duty 831 402 5507 East Campus Frederick Park II RA on Duty 831 402 5499 Living Learning Programs What is a Living Learning Program Living Learning Programs LLPs at CSUMB are innovative communities where students of similar interests and or academic studies live together and participate in intentional learning about their chosen program as a collective Within an LLP students are actively engaged in programs like field trips dialogue groups faculty dinners and increased exposure to opportunities on and off campus For more information visit csumb edu llp Transportation Getting Around Do I need a car when I live on campus You do not need a car to get around town Reliable transit service is provided from campus to regional destinations and every student receives FREE unlimited access to all Monterey Salinas Transit MST routes Main Campus is also bike and pedestrian friendly most buildings are within a 10 minute walk from each other With 8 transit lines serving East and Main Campus students have many options for running errands getting to work and exploring the Monterey Bay region More information on campus transit offerings can be found at csumb edu TRIP Should I bring a bike to campus Bringing a bike is recommended for students first year at CSUMB but not just any bike will do A bike with gears is most appropriate for the rolling hills of Monterey Bay Students traveling by bike will find bike parking at every academic building residential hall and athletic facility With an extensive community bike network pedal power is often the most efficient way to get around Pairing a bike and bus trip is also a great way to extend your range More information about biking on campus can be found at csumb edu TRIP How much does on campus parking cost How do I get a permit and where do I park You can compare prices and buy a permit online at c sumb edu PARKING Residents wishing to park on campus will be required to purchase a regular student parking permit North Quad parking lots are reserved for residents with a valid North Quad parking permit The following lots will prohibit overnight parking 3am 7am 01 16 18 21 23 and 8 Vehicles with disabled placards or license plates are not subject to this restriction Community Living What are the advantages of living on campus Reasons for living on campus are many Access to programs and services increased community involvement living among and having the support of peers professionals and qualified staff cost and safety It has been demonstrated time and again that students who live on campus are more likely to be satisfied with their collegiate experience succeed academically graduate in a timely manner and are better prepared for their chosen career following college Can anyone enter the residential buildings or North Quad The residential buildings are locked 24 hours a day Current residents of the Residential Halls and North Quad have access to

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