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Academics

Online Resources

Off-Campus Conduct Policy | Outside Competition Form | Long Beach State Student-Athlete Code of Conduct
Employment Form | Promotional Activities Form | Fee For Lesson Form | Degree Completion Contract | Degree Completion Qualifications | Expense Sheet | Summer Contact Form

GENERAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

The Long Beach State athletic department is committed to the personal health and development of our student-athletes. In addition to the athletic related injuries, our athletic training staff and network of health care providers can be a resource for you to help deal with other health related issues or illnesses that may arise. Examples of these issues include:

  • Nutrition and eating disorders
  • Pregnancy
  • Drug and alcohol related issues (NCAA Education, testing and banned medications)
  • Topics covered in the Student-Athlete Handbook
Student-athletes are encouraged to contact an athletic training staff member, Strength & Conditioning Coach and CHAMPS Life Skills Director with any questions or concerns regarding their health and or any of the issues listed above.

Housing:
http://www.csulb.edu/divisions/students/housing/

Campus Police:
http://daf.csulb.edu/offices/ppfm/police/

Student Health Center:
http://www.csulb.edu/divisions/students/shs/

Associated Student Body:
ASI

Drugs and Alcohol | Career | Contraception | Hazing Prevention | HIV/AIDS/STI | Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender | Media | Mental Health | NCAA Scholarships | Nutrition | Personal Health | Physical Activity | Sexual Activity | Support Groups | Title IX | Tobacco | Women's Safety

ALCOHOL/OTHER DRUGS

The NCAA and Long Beach State Athletics warns student-athletes about the use of nutritional supplements based on the fact that the federal government (FDA) does not regulate supplement labeling and therefore, ingredients included in the product, including banned substances, may not be listed on the label and/or the amount of the ingredient may be incorrect.

NCAA Banned Drug information
Call (877) 202-0769 or (816) 474-8655
www.drugfreesport.com Banned Drug List

Addict Help
www.addict-help.com

Club Drugs
www.drugabuse.gov

National Commission Against Drunk Driving
www.ncadd.com

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
www.niaaa.nih.gov

National Institute on Drug Abuse
www.drugabuse.gov

CAREER

Career Center
http://www.careers.csulb.edu/

Counseling Center:
http://www.csulb.edu/divisions/students/caps/

CONTRACEPTION
Planned Parenthood Foundation of America
www.plannedparenthood.org

HAZING PREVENTION
National Hazing Prevention Education Organization
www.hazingprevention.org

Stop Hazing
www.stophazing.com

HIV/AIDS/STI's
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP)
www.cdc.gov/hiv/dhap.htm

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Division of STD Prevention
https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/dhap/about.html

Documentary Film: 3 Girls I Know
A film about young Women, Sexuality, Teen Pregnancy, and HIV/AIDs
www.3girlsiknow.com

The Sexual Health Network
www.sexualhealth.com

LESBIAN/GAY/BISEXUAL/TRANSGENDER/QUEER/INTERSEX
National Gay and Lesbian Hotline
www.glnh.org

Affirmations
www.goaffirmations.com

LGBT Center
CSULB Student Resource Center

LGBTIQ Support Group
LGBTIQ Support Group

Champions of Respect - Inclusion of LGBTQ Student-Athlete - NCAA Publication
Click HERE to download the document from the NCAA website.

NCAA Inclusion resource page
NCAA LGBTQ Resources

Video awareness projects:

NCAA Inclusion of Transgender Student-Athletes Publication
Transgender Handbook

MEDIA

Student-Athlete Media Guidelines
Long Beach State Interview Guide

MENTAL HEALTH
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Mental Health Work Group
www.cdc.gov/mentalhealth/

National Institute of Mental Health
www.nimh.nih.gov

Active Minds - Changing the conversation about mental health
www.activeminds.org

NCAA SCHOLARSHIPS AND INTERNSHIPS

If you are interested in any of the following scholarships or internships, please contact any of the following:
Stephanie Baugh
Life Skills Coordinator/SAAC Adviso
stephanie.baugh@csulb.edu
Bonnie Gasior
Faculty Athletics Representative
bonnie.gasior@csulb.edu
Cindy Masner
Senior Associate Athletic Director
cindy.masner@csulb.edu

SCHOLARSHIPS

  • Undergraduate Athletics Scholarships
  • The Freedom Forum-NCAA Sports-Journalism Scholarships
  • Walter Byers Postgraduate Scholarship Program
  • Ethnic Minority and Women's Enhancement Postgraduate Scholarship Programs
  • NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Program
  • Degree Completion Scholarships (Undergraduate but exhausted eligibility)

INTERNSHIPS

  • NCAA Internship Program
  • Conference Intern Seminar

NUTRITION

Nutrition and Strength & Conditioning

The Long Beach State athletic department and athletic medicine staff are committed to the personal health and development of our student-athletes. In addition to the athletic-related injuries we see, our staff and network of health care providers can be a resource on nutrition, nutritional supplements and eating disorders. Student-athletes are encouraged to contact an athletic training staff member with any questiona or corncerns.
Nutrition and Supplement Information

Nutrition
www.nutrition.gov

PERSONAL HEALTH
National Sleep Foundation
www.sleepfoundation.org

NEDA: National Eating Disorder Association:
http://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org

Eating Disorders
What Long Beach State Athletes Need To Know

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Center for Disease Control of Nutrition and Physical Activity
www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa

SEXUAL ACTIVITY

Rape Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
www.rainn.org

SUPPORT GROUPS
MONDAY
Life Happens - 25-30 Something Students

TUESDAY
LGBTIQ Support Group

WEDNESDAY
Women's Therapy : Shared Experiences

THURSDAY
African-American Women's Support Group
Understanding Myself, Understanding Others

TITLE IX
Title IX Information
Office of the Title IX Coordinator

The University has designated four administrators to oversee the implementation of Title IX and the administrative responsibility of reviewing such matters.
Jeane Relleve Caveness, Ph.D.
Title IX Coordinator | Associate Dean of Students
jeane.caveness@csulb.edu
(562) 985-5587
Questions regarding Title IX
Concerns and complaints of non-compliance
Ken Kelly
Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Student Affairs
kenneth.kelly@csulb.edu
Questions regarding Title IX
Concerns and complaints of non-compliance
Larisa Hamada
Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Faculty, Staff & Third Parties | Director, Office of Equity & Diversity
larisa.hamada@csulb.edu
(562) 985-8256
Issues dealing with employees and students
Cindy Masner
Deputy Title IX Coordinator For Athletics | Deputy Athletic Director
cindy.masner@csulb.edu
(562) 985-8146
Monitoring gender equity in Athletics

TOBACCO
Tobacco Free U
www.tobaccofreecampus.org

WOMEN'S SAFETY
Girls Fight Back - Our mission is to empower women and girls across the globe through personal safety and self-defense education. We accomplish this via live seminars, books, DVDs and other safety products that help women lead safe and fearless lives.
www.girlsfightback.org

Unite for Change - Unite for Change provides innovative educational resources that promote sexual assault awareness and prevention, sexual health and healthy sexuality. In partnership with activists, leaders, artists, campuses and communities we aim to link individuals together to help build communities that are part of the solution to end sexual violence.
www.uniteforchange.org
Women's Resource Center
CSULB Student Resource Center

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