Athletics

According to NCAA Bylaw 15.02.5, "a full grant-in-aid is financial aid that consists of tuition and fees, room and board, and required course-related books." Expenses that a student-athlete receiving a full athletic grant-in-aid incurs outside of these are not covered. Examples of such expenses include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Courses taken at any institution other than Long Beach State
  • Courses taken during the regular academic year (fall or spring) through CCPE (College of Continuing and Professional Education) at Long Beach State
  • Library fines
  • Replacement of lost/stolen residence hall keys
  • Cost of damages to University property, including residence hall
  • Supplies (i.e., pens, notebooks, paper, calculators, flash drive, art supplies, etc...)
  • Parking fines
  • Typing and copying costs
  • Personal student health insurance
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Player of the Week
Nunez Picks Up Top 10 Finish In Riverside
Men's Cross Country | Senior

 

Senior Emilio Nunez was the top finisher for the Beach at the UC Riverside Invitational, coming in under 25 minutes in an 8K to record a Top 10 finish among 392 runners.

NEXT GAME: Saturday, October 1 at Sacramento Capital Cross Challenge

LAST WEEK'S WINNER: Nele Barber, Women's Volleyball


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