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CSUSB TRACKS - Alternative Spring Break 2016

Edited September 24, 2015 at 5:23pm
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TRACKS Logo Travel, recreation, adventure, culture, knowledge, service

The TRACKS program at CSUSB enables students to engage communities locally and beyond, as they learn experientially about the value of service, innovation and leadership.

In addition to addressing social issues, TRACKS participants explore and enjoy the cultural and recreational highlights of the areas we visit.

If you are interested in attending a CSUSB TRACKS program be sure to attend on of the upcoming required info meetings. See link for more info.


CSUSB Adventure Guide - Fall 2015 / Winter 2016

Edited October 1, 2015 at 10:27am
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The Fall 2015 and Winter 2016 CSUSB Adventure Guide is here! Check out over 50 advenuters planned for this Fall and Winter. Visit our website for even more info on our trips. 

Our Mission

CSUSB Outdoors mission is to provide the community with a diverse range of outdoor recreational and educational opportunities. We incorporate "Leave No Trace" and cultural/historical knowledge about the areas we visit. Participants will learn how to recreate safely in the great outdoors, develop an appreciation and understanding of our natural surroundings, experience personal growth and leadership development, learn teamwork and healthy communication skills, form new relationships and of course... have fun!

What We Do

CSUSB Outdoors offers something for everyone! Day hikes into the local mountains, overnight camping trips to a local beach, state, and national parks, backpacking in remote wilderness locations, surfing in California's popular beaches, snowboarding at local mountain resorts, kayaking in the bay, ocean, and the river, group outings, team building and education programs.

No experience is required to participant. CSUSB Outdoors will provide transportation, food and all the gear you will need for your outing.

Who Can Participate

Our programs are open to the entire CSUSB community - students, staff, faculty, Alumni Association Members, and affiliates.

How To Register

Registration for all trips and programs takes place in person at the CSUSB Student Recreation and Fitness Center membership desk during regular operating hours. For more information give us a call at 537-CAMP. Some programs do not require registration, are open to non members and youth. See program description for details.

All CSUSB Outdoors trips are alcohol, tobacco, and illegal substance free.

Cancelation and Transferring Policy

All trips must be paid in full at time of enrollment. To cancel your participation, you must contact (909) 537-BFIT. Failure to contact CSUSB Recreational Sports at least 72 hours in advance will result in a 100% loss of fees or a fee equal to the trip's value. 72 hours to 7 days will result in a 25% cancelation fee or a fee equal to 25% of the trip's value, minimum $10. Cancelations more than 7 days will result in a full transfer of fees or a refund minus a $10 processing fee. You will also be responsible for any non-refundable fees incurred due to your cancelation. Transferring trips/programs constitutes a cancellation and is subject to the aforementioned policy Transfers must occur at the time of trip cancellation. Trip values can be found on our website. All refunds are by check and take 4-6 weeks to process.

CSUSB Outdoors is Proud to Support

Access Fund Website Leave No Trace Website Association of Oudoor Recreation and Education Website

Other CSUSB Outdoors Sites

CSUSB Outdoors Facebook CSUSB Outdoors YouTube