California State University Monterey Bay

California State University, Monterey Bay
Overview
California State University Monterey Bay is a state university located on a former army base. It is most commonly known as CSUMB. It was founded in 1994 and has student enrollment of more than 5,000 individuals. It offers graduate and undergraduate programs. CSUMB believes in rigorous training and learning programs for students. All undergraduate students are required to submit a research project in order to receive their degrees. CSU has 23 campuses throughout the state and an additional online campus. It is accredited with the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

California State University Monterey Bay Degree Programs
CSU offers more than 23 specializations to prospective undergraduate students and about 7 to graduate applicants. Amongst the several areas of concentration, psychology, biology, and business are the most sought after. However, other specialties include:
  • Communication
  • Environmental Studies
  • Liberal Studies
  • Instructional Technology
  • Public Policy
  • Human Development
These degree programs can also be opted in the California State University Monterey Bay online programs. These allow students to take as much time as they want to complete the program. They do not have to match the speed of their classmates and get done with the core to get the degree. California State University Monterey Bay online degrees provide students the opportunity to take the class anytime they see fit. They make their own class schedules.

CSUMB Financial Aid
CSUMB has a comprehensive financial aid program which offers federal and state based funding options. Students can apply to the federal financial aid program and qualify for loans, grants, scholarships, and work-study programs depending on the requirement. Applicants get assistance according to the need for finances mentioned in the application form. They have to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and submit in order to qualify for federal financial aid. Students receiving federal aid need to maintain ‘Satisfactory Academic Progress' in order to continue receiving financial aid. Those who are unable to do so do not stand eligible for financial assistance the following year. Students not qualifying for federal aid can apply to the state sponsored financial assistance program. Students with outclass academic achievements can receive merit scholarships.

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