I need to get help with homework
CSUMB offers a lot of resources to help you succeed in class. Let us introduce you to who they are and what they do.
ASAP aka Academic Skills Achievement Program
ASAP is tutoring central. They have both professional and peer tutors who can help you with computer skills, math, science, writing, languages and study strategies. To learn more, visit the ASAP website>>.
The Center for Student Success
The Center for Student Success offers workshops on a number of topics from test-taking strategies to time management. They also can connect you with a peer mentor who can help you navigate the overall college experience.
Educational Opportunity Program
EOP supports historically disadvantaged, first-generation college students. They run programs for incoming freshman and transfer students that offer personal and academic support. Visit the EOP website>>
Migrant Student Support
If you are from a migrant background, MSS will be your advocate and help you connect with services across campus. Visit the MSS website >>
Student Support Services
SSS offers supplemental tutoring, advising, counseling, remediation and other support services to first generation low-income college students. They serve 160 qualified students every year. To learn more and apply for a SSS program, visit their website>>.
Student Disability Resources
SDR assists students who have learning, mobility, vision and/or psychological disabilities; are deaf or hard of hearing; have other chronic medical conditions that result in disability; and those with temporary disabilities. With support from SDR, you'll learn how to use academic and housing accommodations, courses, transportation and other support services. Visit the SDR website>>