An estimated 1,300 students began moving into residence halls and apartments Sunday, with first-year students landing in Coyote Village and returning students setting up in Serrano, Arrowhead and University villages, according to a statement. The latter is an apartment-style complex on Northpark Boulevard.
Sunday included activities for students and volunteers, including a parent and family welcome and a meeting with resident assistants. Students and their families were also invited to a Mexican Independence Day celebration, which was held on the patio of the university’s meeting center.
Founded in 1965, Cal State San Bernardino serves about 20,000 students a year and graduates about 4,000 students every year.
The university has more than 70 baccalaureate and master’s degree programs, education credential and certificate programs, along with a PhD program in educational leadership, according to the statement.