By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– Cal State San Bernardino played host to 300 incoming students for the CSUSB Office of Undergraduate Studies’ free residential Coyote First STEP program (CFS), designed to help the students in mathematics and also promote success in college.
CFS is the university’s nationally recognized and award-winning residential summer experience for students who are required to participate in Early Start Math and plan to attend CSUSB in fall. CFS was designed to introduce students to life at CSUSB while establishing a strong foundation for academic success.
As part of CFS, the students will live on campus in university housing for the first two weeks of the program while they complete a math course and participate in activities designed to promote success in college. The students will experience life in the residence halls, become better acquainted with the campus and make some new friends along the way.