What are you most looking forward to this semester?

Question: What are you most looking forward to this semester?

“What I’m most looking forward to this semester is developing stronger relationships with my current friends and becoming more involved around campus. I’m also really excited to play volleyball with my new friends and hang out with a myriad of different people.”

Mariana Jimenez, Freshman Marine Science major

“I am looking forward to being one step closer to graduation. While CSUMB has grown on me, I am excited about my future outside of college. I am overjoyed to be the Resident Advisor of the first-ever LGBTQA+ Scholars community and expect to learn a lot with all the new personalities that my residents will show!”

Kianna Hughes, Senior Human Communications major

“This semester, I’m really excited about many things like joining clubs such as MECHA club, Emerging Otters, RHA and many more. I’m also excited to branch out my connections and meet new people, whether in class or out of class. What I’m most excited about is being able to create more memorable memories while I spend my time here at CSUMB.”

Eduardo Casarubias, Freshman Business Administration major

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