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CSU Long Beach

CSU Long Beach was the first campus to offer full academic scholarships specifically to California high school valedictorians and National Merit scholars. CSULBís Presidentís Scholars Program now supports more than 350 students. Additionally, the university is a member of the Long Beach Education Partnership, the national prototype of a seamless education from preschool through the masterís degree. Ninety-five percent of CSULB students who graduate with a teaching credential are successfully placed in teaching positions.

 

High Magnitude Economic Impact

 

CSU Long Beach's Annual Spending chart

 

 

 

 

 

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Fact Sheet 994 KB

Long Beach Powerpoint 543 KB

Statewide Powerpoint 798 KB

 

CSU Long Beachís annual impact on the Los Angeles region is enormous. Annual spending related to CSU Long Beach in the Los Angeles region ($574 million) generates a total impact of $1 billion on the regional economy. This impact sustains more than 15,700 jobs in the region, and generates nearly $58 million per year in tax revenue. Even greaterómore than $2 billion of the earnings by alumni from CSU Long Beach are attributable to their CSU degrees.

 

CSU Long Beach improves Californiaís economy with research, education, and an entrepreneurial spirit. The CSU produces 65 percent of the stateís business and professional service graduates. CSU Long Beachís College of Business Administration is a recipient of the California Prospector Award, based on the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.

 

 

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Last Updated: May 17, 2005