Section 6 - Table of Contents
- Vice President for Student Affairs office
- Associated Students, Inc.
- Athletics and Campus Recreation
- Housing and Residential Education
- University Outreach
- Enrollment Services
- Dean of Enrollment office
- Admissions and Recruitment
- Financial Aid
- Records and Registration
- Student Life
- Dean of Students office
- Access, Orientation and Transition
- Leadership, Career and Health
Placing students at the center of their educational experience, the Division of Student Affairs supports and enhances learning and the University community through quality activities, facilities, programs, and services.
Vice President for Student Affairs office [top]
Bell Tower Building, Office 2560
The purpose of the Vice President for Student Affairs office is to recommend policies and procedures that will ensure a coordinated delivery and assessment system of student services through all departments within the Division of Student Affairs (DSA) which includes the areas of Enrollment Services and Student Life. This includes tracking and reporting of budgets and expenditures; implementing or managing special projects; producing and distributing internal and external student communication to pertinent constituencies throughout the University and surrounding communities; and hiring, training and development of staff within the DSA. The Vice President for Student Affairs office, in its support of the academic mission of the institution, also provides co-curricular education initiatives and coordinates program assessment and evaluation for all areas within the Division.
Assessment and Co-curricular Education [top]
Bell Tower Building, Office 2565
The Division of Student Affairs ensures that programs, services and activities result in relevant and quality outcomes for students. The Assessment and Co-curricular Education program in the Vice President's office was created to coordinate the Division of Student Affairs’ assessment efforts as it delivers on its promises to students.
Under the direction of the Vice President for Student Affairs and the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs, Assessment and Co-curricular Education is responsible for the administration and oversight of the Division of Student Affairs’ program assessment and evaluation and student learning and development. The Assistant Vice President works closely with each department within the Division to help translate student needs and expectations into positive outcomes for students. In collaboration with program staff and administrators, appropriate assessment methods are identified and put into action; as a result, program staff, as well as our students, are able to judge how well we are meeting the needs and expectations of students. The Assistant Vice President also works in partnership with members of the Division of Academic Affairs to develop co-curricular programs and projects that lead to successful student learning outcomes.
Facilities and Operations [top]
Facilities and Operations assists with the planning, construction, renovation, operation and maintenance of general fund and auxiliary-funded buildings within Student Affairs.
Fiscal Management (Budget) [top]
Fiscal Management (Budget) is responsible for maximizing the effective use of University resources through the coordination and oversight of all facets of the Division’s operating budget, striving for continuous improvement in the budgeting process and optimizing the quality of informational resources available to Division administrators and departmental managers.
Special Projects [top]
Special Projects collaborates with student leaders and the campus community to facilitate the creation and implementation of new traditions and esprit de corps at CSUCI via internal and external communication pieces. Examples include The Nautical yearbook, school rings, senior class gift, and Leadership Crests, all of which engage students from across academic disciplines as well as staff and faculty from across campus to create co-curricular programs. Projects also include: developing programs that bridge gaps in campus services, such as Grad Fest; coordinating the production and ordering of imprinted products and promotional materials and collateral; processing requests for internal correspondence via Dolphin and campus global emails; and coordinating the production of the Division newsletter.
Staff Resources [top]
Staff Resources provides expertise and guidance for classification review requests, recruitment and selection of new employees including student assistants and paraprofessional staff, performance appraisals, position description development and separation of staff from the Division/University.
Staff Training and Development [top]
Staff Training and Development nurtures, inspires and supports individual staff and paraprofessionals within the division and provides new employee orientation, staff recognition and reward programs and resources for personal and professional development.
Student Communication [top]
Student Communication provides design and graphic support by developing cost-effective, graphically aesthetic and timely printed material for the Division. Student Communication is responsible for creating and implementing communication strategies and assisting with writing, editing and design services to develop promotional publications for the recruitment of students, promotion of events and activities and the description of the services offered within division to our constituents.
Associated Students, Inc. [top]
Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is a direct report to the Vice President for Student Affairs and governed by the ASI Board, which is comprised of students, administrators, faculty and a member of the community. Various programs, services and support are provided through the area of Student Life for the day-to-day functions of ASI. All registered students are members of Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) and pay both an associated student fee and a student body center fee as part of their registration. ASI is the umbrella organization for Student Government, Student Programming Board, the student newspaper, Channel Islands View, and The Nautical yearbook.
Student Government (SG) is comprised of elected student leaders including a president, vice president, senate members, and at-large board members. Student Government sets policy, provides student service programs, contributes input on University policies, and recommends students to serve on University advisory boards.
The Student Programming Board (SPB) is a select group of students who assist in the creation of activities and events on the CSUCI campus. Their purpose is to plan, promote and produce a variety of student centered programs that are educational, cultural and social in nature.
The Channel Islands View student newspaper is written by and for students and is a forum for discussion of current topics as well as campus issues and events.
The Nautical yearbook provides the campus community with a journalistically sound annual publication that is a culmination of the past academic year
Athletics and Campus Recreation [top]
Bell Tower, Room 1802
Campus Recreation Office
Location: Recreation Center (Arroyo Hall)
Sports and recreational activities have long been an integral part of the American culture. Likewise, both competitive and leisure sport activities have long played an important role in the life of institutions of higher education in the United States. The benefits derived from participation in such activities are well-recognized and scientifically documented. They range from simple enjoyment and wellness to a heightened sense of satisfaction gained from testing one’s mettle, skill and ability in a highly competitive arena. Intramural and extramural sports also provide opportunities to enhance and support a larger sense of community within the institution.
It is important to recognize that sports programming needs to be as diverse as the people it is designed to serve; consequently, the overall Athletics and Campus Recreation program is designed across a broad continuum, beginning with basic instructional programs and incorporating recreational activities, intramural sports programs, club sports programs and, finally, intercollegiate athletic programs for the highly-skilled student athlete.
The underlying philosophy of each program along the continuum is essentially the same: to fully and effectively accommodate the needs and interests of the student body, the University and the larger community in which it resides. Consistent with the University’s mission, campus recreation and athletic programs will be educationally based, focused primarily on the needs and interests of the participants, and shall be fiscally responsible.
Intercollegiate athletics at CSUCI supports the University mission by providing comprehensive co-curricular programming through competitive sports. Furthermore, athletics at CSUCI will be designed and maintained to be:
- Educationally based
- Ethically sound
- Fiscally responsible
- Gender equitable
- Imbued with the values of sportsmanship and fair play
Recognizing that competitive sports play a valuable role in the life of an educational institution, as well as in the life of the community at large, athletics at CSUCI will be designed and maintained to reflect its role as a campus and community service. However, it should be noted that the primary focus of athletics will always be student-athlete based.
Campus Recreation [top]
Through its programs and services, Campus Recreation assists students in creating and maintaining healthy lifestyles by balancing the demands of academic pursuits with the benefits of “wellness” through physical fitness, competition and recreation. Campus Recreation provides programming and activities in the following eight categories: Intramural Sports, Informal Recreation, Sports Clubs, Instructional Programs, Health and Fitness, Waterfront, Outdoor Adventures and Special Events. Campus Recreation programs are created using the University’s “Dimensions of Development,” which include: Values & Integrity, Expression, Health, Intellectual, Intra/Interpersonal, Citizenship, Creativity, Cultural, and Life & Career Planning.
Housing and Residential Education [top]
CSUCI is a very special place and students get the very best of what our campus has to offer by living right in the center of it all - on campus in Anacapa or Santa Cruz Village. In addition to some of the newest and very best student residential facilities available, we offer a complete program with trained staff to support student success, relationship development, and full engagement in the CSUCI educational experience.
Rooted in the Dimensions of Development, the Residential Education team creates programs and events that encourage resident interaction, societal growth, and personal development. We encourage all residents to join in the planning of events and provide many opportunities to do so. Students can help in the stewardship of their community by participating in one or more of the following activities and teams: Resident Assistant, Program Assistant, Desk Assistant, Resident Hall Association, Judicial Board, and event participation. We believe that through participation in these activities and teams that a student enhances their learning experience.
On-campus living at CSUCI is unique in concept and design. To maintain the architectural integrity of the campus, each residential complex has been designed to reflect the Spanish-style architecture of the original buildings on campus that date back to the 1930s. Unlike traditional campus housing, the University has constructed living arrangements that are tailored for today’s academic-minded student who wants quality on-campus housing at a reasonable price. There are two villages that offer an array of amenities to enhance the student’s University experience.
Santa Cruz Village [top]
As the University’s second phase of student housing, Santa Cruz Village (SCV) opened in fall 2007 and is home to 460 freshmen and sophomores. SCV is comprised of two-bedroom, one bathroom, furnished semi-suites shared by four students. There are also a limited number of single semi-suites. Each suite has its storage area for items such as a personal microwave, refrigerator, and food storage. SCV has excellent activity and co-curricular space for students such as a television lounge and two game rooms, an exercise room, ballet and art studios, sound-resistant practice rooms, study and computer lounges. Each student room has cable TV and wireless internet access. Students in SCV enjoy most meals at Islands Café but also have access to common-area kitchens for times when they would like to cook for themselves.
Anacapa Village [top]
Reserved primarily for upper-division students, but accommodating some sophomores, Anacapa Village (AV) is comprised of 87 four-bedroom, two bathroom apartments. These apartments are shared by four students, so each student has the privacy of their own bedroom. Each apartment is fully furnished and includes living and dining room furniture. AV also has an array of common areas where students may relax or study. This Village is home to our swimming pool and hot tub, a regular gathering area for students. AV also has study rooms, computer labs and the Anacapa Commons, which is a large activity space and television lounge.
University Outreach [top]
Bell Tower Building, Office 1721
The University Outreach program motivates and informs K-8 students of postsecondary educational options and serves to create a college-going culture in Ventura County. The goal of the program is to offer positive reinforcement to develop a commitment to higher education, the resources and awareness of educational options, and encouragement for students to plan and prepare academically and financially for college.
Educational Talent Search
Bell Tower Building, Office 2705
Educational Talent Search (ETS) is a student assistance program funded by the U.S. Department of Education. This program identifies and assists individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds who have the potential to succeed in higher education. ETS provides academic, career and financial counseling to its participants and encourages them to graduate from high school and continue on to the postsecondary institution of their choice. ETS also serves high school dropouts by encouraging them to re-enter the education system and complete their education. The goal of ETS is to increase the number of youths from disadvantaged backgrounds who complete high school and enroll in postsecondary education institutions of their choice.
Enrollment Services [top]
Sage Hall, First Floor, Office 1020
Enrollment Services includes Admissions and Recruitment, Financial Aid, and Records and Registration. Student questions concerning graduation, degree audit, scholarships, federal work study, veterans’ benefits, and California residency eligibility may be answered in the Enrollment Center.
Dean of Enrollment office [top]
The purpose of the Dean of Enrollment’s office is to develop, support and assess policies, processes and programs that assist in admitting, supporting, and graduating students. Through collaboration with stakeholders outside the area and the admissions, recruitment, financial aid, and records/registration teams, the Dean’s office assists in developing and implementing comprehensive programs designed to promote University access, success for enrolled students, and the mission of the University.
Admissions and Recruitment [top]
Sage Hall, First Floor, Office 1020
The Admissions office accepts and processes admission applications for both undergraduate and post-baccalaureate programs. Eligibility for admission to CSUCI is governed by Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations and is addressed previously in this catalog.
Sage Hall, First Floor, Office 1044
805-437-8520 or 805-437-CSCI (2724)
The Recruitment office develops and maintains positive relationships to recruit, enroll, and retain a qualified and diverse undergraduate and graduate student body. Recruitment activities include college fairs, campus tours, and presentations to local high schools, community colleges, and community organizations. Recruitment counselors are available to assist prospective students in understanding the requirements necessary to obtain admission to CSU Channel Islands. We offer the following services:
- Pre-admissions counseling appointments to guide students through the admissions and application process are available to students who wish to apply to the University.
- Campus tours are offered Monday through Friday at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Weekend tours are available at noon on the first Saturday of every month, excluding holiday weekends. A visit to our campus provides an opportunity for prospective students to view the campus and familiarize themselves with the various resources the University has to offer.
- Group campus visits are designed to provide high school and college students the opportunity to learn about how CSU Channel Islands can fit into their higher education plans. Group campus visits are available only by appointment and are limited to a maximum of 60 students.
Prospective students are invited to become a Dolphin VIP, which will allow them to create a customized webpage where they can receive up-to-date information about CSUCI, including their selected academic majors, admissions requirements, deadline reminders, and invitations to campus events. After applying, applicants can track their admissions file status. Visit www.csuci.edu/goCSUCI to establish a Dolphin VIP account.
Financial Aid [top]
Sage Hall, First Floor, Office 1020
The Financial Aid office assists students in obtaining financial aid resources to meet their educational costs. Students interested in financial aid must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which can be obtained in the Enrollment Center, although the recommended method of applying is through the online application at www.fafsa.ed.gov . A variety of financial aid resources are available to students, including grants, loans, federal work study, and scholarships. After students have completed and submitted the FAFSA, they may be considered for a variety of grants, loans, and scholarships. For a complete listing, please refer to the financial aid section of this catalog.
Records and Registration [top]
Sage Hall, First Floor, Office 1020
The Records and Registration office maintains timely and accurate records on enrollment, and the academic progress and accomplishments of its students, while maintaining the privacy and security of those records.
Registration activities for new and continuing students, including eligibility for registration and assignment of registration appointments, is managed by the Records and Registration office. Students enroll in classes on the web through myCI.
Verification of degree requirements is a function of the Records and Registration office. Students must file for graduation for the term in which they will have completed all requirements. Application for graduation must be made by the published deadline.
Students who are eligible for benefits as a veteran, dependent of a veteran, or reservist should contact our V.A. Specialist in the Enrollment Center. Services available include assistance in applying for educational benefits and education certification. Students planning to attend CSU Channel Islands should contact their local Veterans Services office or the regional Veterans Affairs office at: http://www.gibill.va.gov. Once approved by the local or regional V.A. office, students who are registered in classes at CSU Channel Islands must make an appointment to complete their certification paperwork. This paperwork must be completed each semester. For additional information, please contact Enrollment Services.
Student Life [top]
Bell Tower Building, Office 1802
Our college years are often among the most profound and exhilarating times of our lives. The prospect of experiencing new ideas, making new friends, and exploring new roles can be very exciting. In Student Life, we view these challenges as opportunities for learning and personal development. Student Life offers services and co-curricular programs that are designed not only to develop students within each of our Dimensions of Development but also to help students cope with college life and prepare for the challenges of the 21st century.
Student Life provides learning opportunities that encourage and empower students to become competent, responsible and involved citizens. Our programs and services include: Alcohol and Other Drug Awareness Programs; Associated Students, Inc. (Student Government, Student Programming Board, Channel Islands View student newspaper, and The Nautical yearbook); Career Development Services; Disability Resource Programs; Educational Opportunity Program (EOP); Campus Interfaith; Community Responsibility and Student Conduct; the Multicultural & Women’s and Gender Student Center; New Student Orentation and Transition Programs; Counseling & Psychological Services; Student Health Services; Student Leadership; Student Clubs and Organizations; and The Hub (temporary Student Union).
Dean of Students office [top]
Bell Tower Building, Office 1804
The Dean of Students office promotes and establishes an environment that is conducive to the intellectual, emotional, social, physical and spiritual well-being of students. Consistent with the mission of CSUCI, our student access, orientation, leadership, career, health and Community Responsibility and Student Conduct programs, services and activities are designed to support as well as enhance the overall quality of life for students while facilitating their development to become productive world citizens.
Community Responsibility and Student Conduct
Bell Tower Building, Office 1804
Dean of Students office
The Community Responsibility and Student Conduct office develops, disseminates, interprets, and enforces campus regulations; protects the relevant legal rights of students; addresses student behavioral problems in an effective and educational manner; facilitates and encourages respect for campus governance; and provides learning experiences for students who participate in the operations of the judicial system.
Access, Orientation and Transition [top]
The purpose of Access, Orientation and Transition is to create educational opportunities that promote and foster respect and understanding among all individuals and cultures. The various programs within Access, Orientation and Transition facilitate a welcoming and sage environment for students to learn and develop while offering services and resources that create equal access to education. Programs and services include: Disability Resource Programs; Educational Opportunity Program (EOP); the Multicultural and Women’s & Gender Student Center; New Student, Orientation and Transition Programs; and Campus Interfaith.
Disability Resource Programs
Educational Access Center
Bell Tower Building, Office 1541
California State University Channel Islands values student diversity and is committed to providing equal access and opportunity to all educational programs and events. Disability Resource Programs serves as a liaison to students, CSU academic departments and the campus community to ensure that our University is accessible to all qualified students with various disabilities including, but not limited to, physical, learning and psychological.
Reasonable accommodations and services are provided to students who choose to self-identify and are determined by disability verification and consultation with the student. Services and accommodations are also governed under section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, state requirements, and CSU and CSUCI policies. Please contact Disability Resource Programs or visit the website at http://www.csuci.edu/disability/index.htm regarding required documentation and polices.
To be eligible to receive services, students must meet with the disabilities counselor for intake and disability verification. It is the responsibility of the student to contact Disability Resource Programs each semester for which they are requesting accommodations, even if the same service/accommodation was provided the previous semester. The following services and accommodations are provided in a respectful and confidential manner that promotes independence, self-advocacy and accountability:
- Disability management counseling
- Computer lab with assistive software
- Test proctoring and extended test time
- Scribes for examinations
- Alternate format services
- Note-takers or taped lectures
- Readers/books on tape
- Sign language interpreters
- Realtime captioning
- Priority registration
- Campus and community resources
For more information, please contact Disability Resource Programs by calling 805-437-3331 or visiting our website at http://www.csuci.edu/disability/index.htm.
Computers for Visually Impaired Users
Several computers throughout the campus are equipped with screen reading software and are available to visually impaired students or members of the public for use in the following locations: Admissions and Recruitment, the Educational Access Center, Human Resources Programs, Information Technology lab rooms 1958 and 1972, the University Library, and the Math Tutoring Center.
Note: If you are an employee of the University or a campus visitor with a disability requesting accessibility information, please contact the associate vice president of Human Resources Programs at 805-437-8490.
Educational Opportunity Program
Bell Tower Building, Office 1885
The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) is designed to improve access and retention of low-income and educationally disadvantaged students by providing active and targeted support aimed at increasing academic accomplishment and individual empowerment. The ultimate goal is to provide incoming students from disadvantaged backgrounds with the tools that will help them succeed in college and ultimately graduate from California State University Channel Islands.
Student preparation and retention programs such as the Educational Opportunity Program provide the information necessary for students to learn about higher education opportunities and assist them in qualifying for and gaining access to the program that meets their educational, vocational and social goals. Programs that provide retention services ensure that support services will be available to students as they progress in their baccalaureate studies.
Multicultural and Women’s & Gender Student Center
Bell Tower Building, Office 1805
The purpose of the Multicultural and Women’s & Gender Student Center is to educate students on issues of diversity and equality, to advocate for under-represented groups on campus, to affirm and celebrate the unique heritage of our students, promote awareness, understanding, and appreciation for all peoples and cultures, to be a uniting force on campus, and to foster an environment that is emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually safe and beneficial to all areas of student life and development.
It is the Center’s goal to be more proactive than reactive by encouraging collaboration and dialogue between students, faculty, staff, and administrators of diverse backgrounds, and by being a forum through which people can communicate, voice their concerns, and learn from one another.
New Student, Orientation and Transition Programs
Bell Tower Building
New Student, Orientation and Transition Programs helps students integrate socially and academically into CSUCI. Orientations are offered to incoming freshman and transfer students prior to the start of the fall and spring semesters and serve as a catalyst for students to understand and get involved in their new environment. These programs inform students about services and opportunities at CSUCI while assisting them with the initial advising and registration process. Transfer students are strongly encouraged to attend New Student Orientation. Attendance for freshmen is mandatory.
Leadership, Career and Health [top]
Bell Tower Building, Office 1858
Leadership, Career and Health highlights the development of students through co-curricular education. Leadership, Career and Health provides leadership opportunities for students and is directly responsible for a variety of exciting co-curricular activities and events. Some of these events include the Welcome Celebraton, Family Weekend and Dolphin Days, as well as various cultural heritage observances.
In addition to increasing the vitality and culture of the campus, student clubs and organizations provide leadership opportunities and community service. Student organizations foster interest and education in a variety of areas ranging from sports to politics. Leadership, Career and Health provides assistance and direction for the implementation, growth and development of all new and continuing clubs and organizations. Students interested in leadership opportunities and who want to get involved with a club or organization, or just want to find out what is happening on campus should stop by the Leadership, Career and Health office.
Off-campus housing information is available online at http://csuci.och101.com/ . Listings of apartments and rooms for rent are on this site. Questions about off-campus housing should be directed to the Leadership, Career and Health office at 805-437-8998.
Career Development Services
Bell Tower Building, Office 1865
The purpose of Career Development Services is to assist students and other designated clients through all phases of their career development; to provide leadership to the institution on career development topics; to develop positive relationships with employers and external constituencies; and to support institutional outcomes assessment and relevant research endeavors. Students are strongly encouraged to begin developing their unique Career Profile, as well as to start building their Co-Curricular Portfolio during their freshman year. However, students at any stage of career development may receive assistance with taking the next step towards a satisfying and rewarding career. Career exploration, planning, and job preparation resources include:
- Computer-assisted career guidance/research (EUREKA and Career Cruising)
- One-on-one career counseling
- Co-Curricular Portfolio development
- Career Resource Library
- Career development workshops (e.g. Résumé Writing, Interview Strategies, Dress for Success)
- Internship opportunities
- Résumé development
- Career and graduate school fairs
- Volunteer opportunities
- Student employment
Counseling & Psychological Services
Student Health and Counseling Center,
located on San Luis Avenue (behind Sage Hall)
Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) provides high quality, confidential, short-term counseling free of charge to students. The counseling staff is committed to helping students develop their maximum potential while pursuing their educational and personal goals.
Most CAPS services are offered on an appointment basis, but situations arise that require immediate or same day attention. You do not need an appointment if you have an urgent matter. Such circumstances may include, but are not necessarily limited to:
- Extreme anxiety or panic
- Extreme sadness
- Death of a friend or loved one
- Thoughts of self-harm
- Thoughts of harming someone else
- Experiencing a traumatic event
- Having odd or intrusive thoughts
If you have an urgent situation, call CAPS at 805-437-8828 or come to the Student Health and Counseling Center (located behind Sage Hall). If you are on campus and need assistance after CAPS office hours or on weekends, please call University Police at 805-437-8444. When not on campus, call 911 or have a family member or friend take you to a local emergency room or urgent care clinic.
Counseling services include individual and group counseling. Students seek counseling for a wide-range of concerns, including:
- getting along with roommates
- self-image and self-esteem
- alcohol and drug concerns
- major direction in college
- recovering from abuse or assault
- body image
- eating disorders
- sexual orientation
- grief and loss
- living with a disability
When brief counseling is not sufficient, referral assistance to community mental health services and providers is available.
In addition, Counseling & Psychological Services provides a variety of psycho-educational presentations, workshops and coaching groups to assist students with successfully addressing the challenges of college life. Topics include:
- Test anxiety management
- Time management
- Surviving and thriving with ADD
- Stress management
- Adjusting to college life
CAPS works with Disability Resource Programs to consult with students with psychological disabilities and AD/HD to develop strategies to reduce impairment from a disabling condition.
Student Health Services
Student Health and Counseling Center,
located on San Luis Avenue (behind Sage Hall)
The purpose of Student Health Services is to promote good physical and emotional health. Emphasis is placed on the prevention of illness through education. All regularly enrolled students are offered basic health services paid through student fees. There is no charge to see a physician or other medical provider. Additional fees may be charged for some immunizations, outside lab services, and x-rays, if needed. Services available at the Student Health and Counseling Center, and at some community clinics, include the following:
- Diagnosis and treatment of acute illness and injuries
- Physical examinations
- Family planning, including the state-sponsored Family PACT program
- Pap smears
- TB testing
- HIV testing
- STD screening and treatment
- Pregnancy testing
- Smoking cessation
- Mental health (in conjunction with Counseling & Psychological Services)
- Health education program
- Student health advisory board
Community Medical Clinics
When the Student Health and Counseling Center is closed or a student is unable to get to campus, basic health care services are available at no cost at any of the seven Ventura County Medical Clinics listed below. Students must present their student identification card to be seen. (Preferred sites are noted with an *):
*Magnolia Family Medical Center
2240 E. Gonzales Road
Urgent Care 805-981-5181
*Las Islas Family Medical Group
325 W. Channel Islands Blvd.
Urgent Care: 805-483-0198
*West Ventura Medical Clinic
133 West Santa Clara Street
Urgent Care 805-641-5620
*Moorpark Family Care Center
35 West Los Angeles Ave.
Conejo Valley Family Care Center
223 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., #102
Thousand Oaks 805-371-8355
Santa Paula Medical Clinic
1334 East Main Street
Santa Paula 805-933-1122
Sierra Vista Family Care Center
4531 Alamo Street
Simi Valley 805-584-4885
Student Health Insurance
Students are strongly encouraged to have health insurance that covers services beyond the scope of what Student Health Services provides. Information regarding supplemental student health insurance may be obtained from the Student Health and Counseling Center, Student Life, or the website www.csuhealthlink.com.
Entering CSU students are required to present proof of the following immunizations to the CSU campus they will be attending before the beginning of their first term of enrollment:. These are not admission requirements, but shall be required of students as conditions of enrollment in the CSU.
Measles and Rubella
All new and readmitted students born after January 1, 1957 must provide proof of immunization against measles and rubella prior to enrollment. Submit medical documentation to the Student Health and Counseling Center to verify both vaccinations were received since age one or obtain the vaccination at no charge through the Center.
All new students who will be 18 years of age or younger at the start of their first term at a CSU campus must provide proof of full immunization against Hepatitis B before enrolling. Full immunization against Hepatitis B consists of three timed doses of vaccine over a minimum of four to six months. If you need further details or have special circumstances, please consult Student Health Services at 805-437-8828.
Meningococcal vaccine is not required, however each incoming freshman who will reside in on-campus housing will be required to return a form to the Student Health and Counseling Center verifying that he or she has received information about meningococcal disease and the availability of a vaccine to prevent one from contracting the disease, and indicating whether or not he or she has chosen to receive the vaccination. The form is available at the Student Health and Counseling Center or online through the CSUCI website. Student Health Services provides the meningococcal vaccine for an additional fee.
Student Leadership Programs
Bell Tower Building, Office 1858
Student Leadership Programs within the Leadership, Career and Health office is responsible for coordinating co-curricular experiences for students to assist them as they evolve as leaders in our communities. By participating in weekend-emersion retreats both on and off campus (e.g. the “Back To Basics” retreat held each fall semester) as well as attending leadership seminars, students will discover their own personal leadership style and ability to positively effect change in our society. Student Leadership Programs also assists in training students who hold leadership positions at CSUCI, serves as a resource for students developing their Co-Curricular Portfolio, and holds an annual leadership awards ceremony in the spring semester to recognize CI leaders.
Northwest Corner of Campus (where Santa Barbara Avenue becomes Ventura Street.)
The Hub serves as the temporary Student Union, and will continue to do so until the new Student Union opens in the 2009 – 2010 academic year. The Hub hosts exciting events throughout the year such as the annual Grad Fest, Welcome Weeks, Hub Hoedown, Movie Tuesdays, De-Stress Fests and various retreats and workshops. Many student clubs and organizations hold meetings in the conference room, and each of the four ASI entities has an office at The Hub as well. The Hub is a great place to hang out and relax between classes as well as meet with friends and classmates to study and work on group projects. The Hub offers many amenities, including but not limited to:
- Computers with Internet access
- Study room
- Conference room
- Clubs and organizations workroom
- Media room with 52” TV and surround sound
- Game Room with billiards, ping pong, foosball, and a 65” video gaming TV