President’s Observations Archives
Creating a culture of student success
Although the university has experienced unprecedented budget cuts over the past four years, cuts that have impacted vital programs and services, CSUSB remains committed to advancing student achievement. In fact, it’s an overarching priority. To that end, just last year the university introduced the Student Success Initiative, designed to improve retention, graduation and career placement rates. The initiative also supported the creation of a Veterans Success Center, as well as a Graduate Writing Center – two new additions that expand our capacity to serve students.December 18, 2012 | President's Observations | Read more about Creating a culture of student success
A new home
CSUSB President Tomás Morales says hello.September 14, 2012 | President's Observations, Top Reads | Read more about A new home
Passing on the torch
From the time that my wife Marilyn and I arrived at Cal State San Bernardino in 1997, it was clear that we would like to make this our home for as long as the campus and community would have us.
With the confidence, trust and warm reception we received, on top of the university’s great promise, [...]
Financing education when money is tight
In dark budget times, it’s nice to walk a bit on the brighter side, especially for our students.December 3, 2010 | President's Observations | Read more about Financing education when money is tight
Meet the president of California State University, San Bernardino.
California’s reinvestment in higher education clearly is essential to the state’s economic recovery. And there’s some positive news in Gov. Schwarzenegger’s renewed commitment to higher education.
The governor’s 2010-2011 proposed budget would restore $305 million to the California State University. This amount is particularly pivotal because it’s a [...]
All good things
Two expressions nicely describe recent developments at Cal State San Bernardino: “All good things must come to an end” and “The best journeys start with good first steps.”
The truth of both expressions can be seen in recent changes among senior administrators at CSUSB. I believe Lou Fernandez and David DeMauro each have been as good [...]