Move-In Day’ For Dorm Students at Cal State San Bernardino Kicks Off the New School Year


By Staff Reports

(Victor Valley) – It will be a bustling day on Sunday, Sept. 21, when more than 1,500 students move in to the residence halls at Cal State San Bernardino, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

“Move-in Day” officially kicks off Welcome Week 2014 for students who will make the university’s residence halls and apartments their home this academic year. The week will feature a host of activities planned to help students settle into campus life before fall classes begin on Thursday, Sept. 25.

Returning students and about 500 new freshmen will move into the university’s Serrano Village and Arrowhead Village on campus; as well as into University Village, an apartment-style complex across the street on Northpark Boulevard.

Activities begin at Village Square on Sunday with a brief orientation from 5-6 p.m. with information about housing and residential life at CSUSB, followed by an ice cream meet-and-greet, speed friending, lantern decorating, a late-night pancake breakfast at 11 p.m., and clothespin tag.

Many more activities are planned every day of that week through Sunday, Sept. 28.

In addition, a series of “This Is Me” sessions, will feature presentations specific to identifying with diverse groups, including Asian-American, Black/African American, Latino/a American and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) communities.

For more information and a list of activities, visit the Office of Housing and Residential Life’s Facebook page or its official CSUSB website at; or contact the Housing and Residential Life office at (909) 473-7800.

For more information about Cal State San Bernardino, contact the university’s Office of Public Affairs at (909) 537-5007 and visit

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