where academic investigation +
christian faith +
service to others unite

Student Life seeks to nurture Christian values, support academic excellence and develop servant leaders who are discerning, informed and connected to their local and global communities.

Student Life Mission Statement

Vice President's Message

What happens when you choose to live your life totally into with that of your Maker?  We find the answer in John 10:10, "I've come that they may have life and have it abundantly."

Abundant living. A life that intentionally says "YES!" to all that strengthens it, builds those around it, and does all this with purpose and passion.

At La Sierra University we are committed to this abundant living because we know that in so doing the words of St. Irenaeous become a reality, "The glory of God is man (humanity) fully alive."  In another words, abundant living reveals the glory of our God.  

So this school year we invite you to say YES to:

  • Belief
  • Belonging
  • Community 
  • Confidence 
  • Culture 
  • Development 
  • Integrity 
  • Responsibility 
  • Servant leadership 
  • Wellness

In so doing you will be fully alive!

Yami Bazan
La Sierra University
Vice President of Student Life
wecare@lasierra.edu

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MY SELF SERVICE

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MY FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE

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THINGS TO DO

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GETTING HELP

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THINGS EVERY STUDENT SHOULD KNOW

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MY LIFE AT LSU

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NEWS AND INFORMATION

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MONEY MATTERS

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT INFORMATION

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RESOURCES AND PLACES

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GRADUATING

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ID Cards

All La Sierra University students, faculty, and staff are issued an official student identification card. The card displays a color photo, your student identification number, and a color-coded logo.

The magnetic stripes on the back of your card provide access to various academic buildings and labs, campus housing, the library, and on-campus student activities, as well as meal plans while the iclass chip gives you access to the campus perimeter gates, the gym complex, recreational field, and printing services , some computer labs and dormitory business centers.

The ID card is yours to use, but it remains the property of La Sierra University. University policy strictly prohibits you from loaning your card. Use of a LSU ID card by anyone other than the individual is prohibited and may constitute a violation of University policies. Guard your ID card as you would your driver's license, credit cards, or cash.

Keep it away from all magnetic fields that may demagnetize the stripes and i-class chips. Do not leave your card on or near a television, stereo, stereo speaker, microwave, or other electromagnetic equipment. Do not punch holes in the card, bend, cut, or mutilate it. Do not keep your card where it may bend or come in direct contact with other magnetized cards. Intentional damage or misuse of the card may render it unusable.

Report a lost or stolen card in person to the Office of Student Life immediately (Administration Building, Room 202). You can also report your lost/stolen card through the phone by calling 951.785.2100.

The cost of a replacement card is $20. You must present some form of positive identification (picture ID) to obtain a replacement ID card and proof of registration. Payment for a replacement card is available at the Bursars window in the Administration Building.

You should report any stolen property to the Campus Security. They will assist you in filing a stolen property report. They can be reached at 951.785.2222.

LOST OR STOLEN CARD?

Report Your Stolen/Lost ID Card

To report a lost or stolen card, please call the Office of Student Life at (951) 785-2100 or Security After-Hours at (951) 785-2222.

Add More Funds To Your Meal Plan

To add more funds to your meal plan, contact the Bursar's Office at (951) 785-2152. Alternatively, you can visit the Cashier's in the first floor of the Administration Building.

Add More Funds To Your Printing Account

To add more funds to your printing account, contact the IT Office at (951) 785-2904. They are located in Ambs Hall next to MICOL.

ARE YOU HAVING ID CARD PROBLEMS?

First find out where is your card not working, then contact the effected department.

Student Life (951) 785-2100

  • Perimeter Gates
  • Fitness Center and Tennis Courts
  • Dorm Business Centers

Bursar (951) 785-2152

  • Cafeteria - Bursar Office (951) 785-2152.

Dorms

  • Dorm Parking Lots - Contact the Dorm Secretary of Residence you live in.
  • Angwin Hall - (951) 785-2025.
  • Calkins Hall - (951) 785-2212.
  • Sierra Towers - (951) 785-2229.
  • South Hall - (951) 785-2166.

Student Life Employees

Name

Title

Extension

Office Location

Office of Student Life
Yami BazanVice President2100AD 202
Marjorie RobinsonAssociate VP of Student Life/Dean of Students2167AD 202
Silvia StennerAdministrative Assistant2050AD 202
Stephen StaffStudent Life Assistant2168AD 202
Athletics
Javier KrummAthletic Director2295PE
Robert CastilloAssociate Athletic Director2533PE
Jesus MorenoAssistant to the Athletic Director2295/2533PE
Brian MurphyHead Athletic Trainer2534PE
Gabriel GamboaBaseball: Head Coach2602PE
Michael MoheitBaseball: Assistant Coach2602PE
Derek RobbinsMen's Basketball: Head Coach2608PE
Kevin MitchellMen's Basketball: Assistant Coach2608PE
Robert CastilloWomen's Basketball: Head Coach2603PE
Andy PressWomen's Basketball: Assistant Coach2603PE
Daniel GonzalezWomen's Basketball: Assistant Coach2603PE
Jesse OlivasMen's Soccer: Head Coach2609PE
John MunozMen's Soccer: Assistant Coach2609PE
David TrevinoMen's Soccer: Assistant Coach2609PE
Shane SheltonMen's Soccer: Assistant Coach2609PE
Tom OgleSoftball: Head Coach2607PE
Halley NicholasSoftball Assistant Coach2607PE
Campus Ministries/Spiritual Life
Sam LeonorCampus Pastor2090LS
Donavan ChildsAssistant Chaplain: Campus Ministries2090LS
Linda BiswasAssistant Chaplain: Center for Outreach and Mission Service2090AH
Martin CoronaAssistant Chaplain: Bible Studies and Connection Groups2090LS
Barbara CamarenaOffice Assistant2090LS
Career Services
Heidi Weiss-KrummDirector2237AD 206
Counseling Center
Deborah WrightDirector2011CC
Dan NyiradyCounselor2011CC
David J. PuderPsychiatric2011CC
Melissa WilliamsCounselor2011CC
Health Services
Melvin Quan M.D.Medical Director of Health Services2200CC
Hurda DuranMedical Office Administrator2200CC
Stephanie V. Mavingire-MejiaAdministrative Assistant2200CC
Isabel S. JonesMedical Departmental Secretary2200CC
Nazareth SanchezMedical Assistant2200CC
Charlotte Zane M.D.Medical Doctor2200CC
Karen Gaio Hansberger M.D.Obstetrician + Gynecologist2200CC
Student Missions
Linda BiswasDirector2090AH
International Students
Heidi Weiss-KrummDirector of International Spiritual Nurture / Career Services Coordinator2237AD 206
Jonathan FinauInternational Student Office Coordinator, DSO2237AD 206
Residential Life
Nancy GuerpoDirector/Dean of Women2166CA
Daniela VilchezDean of Women2492CA
Chris CanineDean of Men2498AH
Obed OlivarriaAssociate Dean of Men2228AH
Tara BeckerAssistant Dean of Women2401ST
Jodi CahillAssistant Dean of Women2166ST
Security
Doug NophskerDirector2222CA
Felipe VielmannCaptain/Assistant Director2222CA
Shawn LinseSergeant/Shift Commander/K92222CA
Jonathan FletcherSergeant2222CA
Harold XiminesCorporal2222CA
Brandon StokesSenior Officer2222CA
Adrian CortesOfficer2222CA
Paul AlexanderOfficer2222CA
Henes GuerpoOfficer2222CA
Paul WellsOfficer2222CA
Ashley JamesSecurity Kiosk Supervisor/ID Card Supervisor2222CA
Erik SmithKiosk Officer2222CA
Fain NahabAccess Control & Video Surveillance Manager2222CA
Student Involvement
Kimberly CanineDirector2383DC
Vicki MaganaOffice Manager2383DC
Student Association (SALSU)
Jason SiuPresident2005DC
Kimberly CanineSponsor2005DC