|Living cost||B$ 2,026 per month|
|Student population||Large (More than 10,000)|
One of 23 California state campuses, the 441-acre CSUSB is notable for having its north resting facing the lovely San Bernadino mountain range. Campus residential housing provides accomodation for over 1500 students. Other anemities include:-
The Arrowhead apartments provide comfortable furnishings of private kitchen, living room and bathrooms at 4 bedroom/2 bathroom, 2 bedroom/2 bathroom and a studio (1 bedroom/1 bathroom) occupancy for optimised independent living.
More suited for those seeking a little more luxury a university accomodation can offer, the University accomodation ranges from 4 bedroom/bathroom, 4 bedroom/2 bathroom to 2 bedroom/1 bathroom spaces at maximum privacy; complete with full furnishings including kitchen, living room, laundry, parking, meal plans, gym, computer centre, game room and swimming pool.
Ideal for new-comers, the traditional Serrano provides for First Years and transfer students. Accomodations are in the form of double occupancy per room.
A living and learning community, the Coyote encourages mingling of both First Year to Honour year students, offering Study Rooms in each wing, and a Dining Hall that seats up to 500.
In 2011, biology professor Stuart Sumida received California Professor of the Year from the Carnegie Foundation, one of only 27 to be so highly honoured nationally.
Among the CalState Universities, San Bernadino is known as the Coyotes.