Developing student knowledge, skills, and experience for an active and engaged civic life
Make a difference in your community! Participate in the César Chávez Day of Service or Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service - these volunteer opportunities are open to students.
Creates opportunities for CSUSM students to practice civic leadership and encourage open dialogues about the health of our democracy.
CSUSM faculty and students partner with a local city government to conduct research benefitting city projects.
Providing students a public arena for discussing current policy issues with others.
On March 1, 2016, President Karen S. Haynes signed the Campus Compact 30th Anniversary
Action Statement of Presidents and Chancellors.
Signing the statement signifies CSUSM's recommitment to the values of civic engagement and action in service to the public good.