Prospective Otters discover CSUMB

In a hybrid open house event, prospective Otters and their families discovered what CSUMB has to offer students on Nov. 6. They were able to learn about academics, housing, campus groups and organizations.

Typically, an open house brings a large number of prospective students and their entourage to campus. With the hybrid event, the numbers on campus were reduced. Sessions about academic programs were held on Zoom, as well as info sessions about club organizations.

However, for people who wanted to visit in-person, campus tour guides were available to take students around campus. Additionally, housing staff opened up display rooms in the dorms for tour guides to show to interested students.

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