M-F: 6:30 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Saturday: 6:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Sunday: Closed
*Limited public access during select hours


If you are using powered carts between main campus and the ELB, please read this notice about the required pathway and other procedures.

Occupant Guide

Authorized users can access the files below.



Maintenance and Repairs/Work Orders

Hours of Operation, Directory, Distribution Services


Safety Health and Sustainability (SH&S)

Special Events/Conference Rooms/Digital Signage Scheduling

Parking Structure PS2




Authorized users can access the guides below.


  • Mailboxes are located in the break room on floor six.
  • Mailing Address

The mailing address for ELB occupants will remain 333 South Twin Oaks Valley Road, San Marcos, CA 92096.
This is the address that should be used on business cards. For example:

FirstName LastName
California State University San Marcos
ELB XXX – Extended Learning (insert your suite number)
333 South Twin Oaks Valley Road
San Marcos, CA 92096-0001

  • Shipment and Delivery Address

You should continue using the 441 La Moree Road address for deliveries and shipments from UPS, FedEx, DHL, etc., as well as for ProCard orders with Amazon, Staples Advantage, Fisher Scientific, and purchase orders that require shipment to the university. For example:

FirstName LastName
California State University San Marcos
ELB XXX – Extended Learning (insert your suite number)
441 La Moree Road
San Marcos, CA 92078-5017

For continued desktop delivery of your Staples Advantage orders, you will need to update your user information. Log in to Staples Advantage, select: My Account > Edit My Profile > under “Delivery Information” enter: ELB room # – Department > Save. Example: ELB 612 – Extended Learning

Parcels, other than sensitive/emergency/overnight, will be delivered two days per week. Mail will be delivered daily.

  • Physical Address

The physical address of the building is 288 Campus Way, San Marcos, CA 92078. This address should only be used when providing directions to the building.

  • Parking Garage Address

295 June Way
San Marcos, CA 92078



Day of Week



Monday – Sunday

6:30 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.

Floors 2 – 6



Day of Week



Monday – Thursday

7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.



7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.


Monday – Friday

6:30 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.

3, 4


6:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.

3, 4

Monday – Friday

6:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

5, 6






  • Digital Signs

Specifications: The digital signs will support 4k 3840 x 2610 images and video portrait format. Images can be PNG or JPG. .mp4 video files are required if you would like to play short videos. It is suggested that you keep the videos between 4- 9 seconds. There will be no sound on these signs.

Scheduling: Any CSUSM department or recognized student organization may post digitally on the displays next the elevators. All digital posting requests must be made via this web form and will require EL approval.

  • Conventional Signage/Posting

No A-Frames in any interior or exterior spaces.

Posters/signs/graphics facing into hallways/common areas are limited to the provided sleeves outside of every suite.

No posters/signs/graphics in common areas attached to walls and other surfaces.

Digital signage: Any CSUSM department or recognized student organization may post digitally on the displays next the elevators. All digital posting requests must be made via this web form and will require EL approval.


For keys, please access the lockshop’s online request form.


  • The parking structure (PS2) has more than 700 spaces on six floors. CSUSM spaces are concentrated on floors three through six. Campus Parking and Commuter Services manages the entire structure and permits will be treated the same as they are for PS1 and other campus parking lots.
  • With a valid CSUSM parking permit, you can park in spaces designated for “CSUSM” during open hours.
  • Retail visitors can park for up to 90 minutes in designated spaces on the first or second floors.
  • There will be no overnight parking allowed; PS2 will close every day between 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m.
  • Sponsored guest spaces will be available on the second floor of PS2. The request process for permits will be the same as currently required for sponsored guest permits in other locations on campus. The sponsored guest spaces in PS2 will be added to the valid parking areas and the permits will only be valid in the designated sponsored guest spaces.

To request a sponsored guest parking permit (must be completed two business days in advance, cost $0):

  1. Log into my.csusm.edu using your campus user name and password
  2. Under Quick Links, select Parking Permit for Visitors
  3. Complete the electronic form and save
  4. Electronic notification will be sent alerting you that the request was sent. When approved by Parking Services electronic notification will be sent to inform you of the approval and the amount of the charge.
  5. Permits will be available for pick up at the Parking and Commuter Services Office located in the University Police Building (PSB 63)

To request an invited guest parking permit:

  • Contact Parking and Commuter Services via parking@csusm.edu to set up an account
  • Provide the account’s authorized user, including contact information and the chargeback number
  • Once the account is created, the department’s authorized user can send invited guest permits out as needed via email
  • Invited guests need to provide the license plate number for the vehicle they will be parking on campus
  • Invited guest permits are valid in any general parking space, NOT sponsored guest spaces


  • View classroom listings
  • Booking most classrooms for academic use will be facilitated through Elizabeth Rosales. Some academic spaces have additional gatekeepers in order to book, such as all second floor presentation rooms, SLP rooms and Health Science rooms. Additionally, all conference and meeting rooms will have assigned gatekeepers.
  • All of the academic spaces will be visible in 25 Live, however, the booking will not be completed because it will get to a gatekeeper who may deny the booking. This process is evolving and may change as we settle in and better understand space usage.


The WiFi password for the ELB is the same as the campus password.


  • Anticipated completion is Nov. 1.

  • Pedestrian access will be at street level in the interim.
  • NO WHEELED modes of transportation will be permitted on the bridge once it opens; this includes golf carts, scooters, skateboards, bikes, skates, etc.

About Extended Learning

As the academic outreach branch of CSUSM, Extended Learning is a premier resource of education, career training and lifelong learning programs for individuals in North County San Diego and Southwest Riverside counties. Our educational experience is tailored to the unique needs of our students.

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