“What do you enjoy most about CSUMB?”

The Lutrinae, The Lutrinae Ashley Snijders – Human Communications, Third-year

“CSUMB is very accepting towards international students, which is great. We are close to the beach. I love my classes so far, especially the grading process. The facilities are great up here, so it’s easy to grab dinner and the food is pretty good with a nice variety. They have a lot of resources at the library and that is something I’m not used to.”

The Lutrinae, The Lutrinae Emily Callen – Human Communications, Third-year

“I really enjoy CSUMB and the chill atmosphere. I like that there are a lot of resources, especially for transfers. Being a transfer student, I like having the transfer success resources that are available for use. I’m still friends with a lot of people from orientation and I’ve met people within my major, which I really enjoy.”

The Lutrinae, The Lutrinae Joshua Pugel – Spanish, Fourth-year

“I think we have a really supportive community here. My classmates are very encouraging towards me to do better and they are always pushing me to do as best as I can.”

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