At the core of CSM’s community outreach efforts are the college recruiter and student ambassadors. Together, the group is responsible for outreach and retention programs such as Campus Tours, Operation Welcome Mat and Connect to College.
The team also works closely with the college’s faculty, staff and the external Advisory Council. The mission of CSM community outreach is to meet the diverse needs of the community while helping current and future students reach their educational goals.
This will allow some students to receive assistance paying for classes, and textbooks, as well as receive dedicated personal counseling, and more. This is a comprehensive degree and certificate completion program. Graduating seniors may complete PSP applications via WebSMART. Space is limited.
For questions regarding your financial aid please log into WebSMART or contact our financial aid office.
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS)
EOPS is student support program for first generation, current/former foster youth, and academically underprepared students that offers assistance with priority registration, personalized counseling, transportation, textbooks, and more.
A safe haven designed to holistically support and nurture the academic, social, emotional, and financial well-being of our undocumented community by providing counseling services, workshops, and connections.
Disability Resource Center (DRC)
The DRC facilitates equal access to an education for all students who have disabilities (permanent or temporary) by providing academic adjustments, counseling, and support services in accordance with State and Federal law.
SparkPoint serves students and other San Mateo County residents with individualized financial coaching, public benefits enrollment, and access to the on-campus food pantry. Services are available on a drop-in basis and by appointment.
Connect to College is a night of information about CSM’s academic programs and support services, featuring a resource fair, food, and refreshments.This year's participants had a chance to win one of three $400 scholarships.The winners were Evelyn Espinoza, Kevin Gee, and Mia Miller. Congratulations!