Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
The campus will be distinctive in serving the diverse people of California, especially the working class and historically undereducated and low-income populations ...The identity of the university will be framed by a substantive commitment to multilingual, multicultural, gender-equitable learning...Our graduates will have an understanding of interdependence and global competence, distinctive technical and educational skills, the experience and abilities to contribute to California's high quality work force, the critical thinking abilities to be productive citizens, and the social responsibility and skills to be community builders. CSU Monterey Bay Vision Statement (I994, emphasis added)
Cordero de Noriega, Diane and Pollack, Seth, "Service Learning at CSUMB: Civic Learning Across the Curriculum" (2005). Service Learning, General. 210.