There are many resources available to students on campus. Ask for help, get involved, and make friends.
Listed below is a collection of some of the most commonly referenced resources and links to their sites:
- Academic Advancement Center – assists first generation students, students from low-income backgrounds, students with disabilities, and former foster youth/homeless students
- Adult Learner/Veteran Services – offers support and programs for student parents, veterans, and adult students
- Academic Tutoring – FREE tutoring in Biology, Chemistry, Math, Economics, Sociology, Psychology, and more – available Sunday-Thursday
- Assistive Technology Resource Center – Offering students academic and employment assistance through technology resources
- Computing Help Desk– Go to the library’s computing help desk to take advantage of all the technological resources and services our library has to offer
- Mathematics PACe program– Pre-calculus mathematics courses and support services offered at CSU
- Registrar’s Office (Records and Registration)
- Student Disability Center– offers academic accommodations for those that have physical, mental, or learning disabilities
- Writing Center – offers FREE tutoring, peer review, and support for all of your writing needs
- Office of Financial Aid
- Career Center
- Educational Opportunity Center “EOC”– Offers services in career awareness, continuing education support, and financial aid services
- Health Professions Advising – advising services dedicated specifically to those interested in pursuing a career in health services
- Student Legal Services
Student Diversity Programs and Services
These programs and services are designed to support students in their academic and personal transition to CSU. They provide opportunities to successfully participate in and contribute to creating an inclusive and diverse campus environment. Each cultural and resource center within the Student Diversity Programs and Services cluster leads with supporting a specific student population. However, most of our programs, resources and events are available to all students at CSU.
- Asian/Pacific American Cultural Center
- Black/African American Cultural Center
- El Centro Student Services
- Pride Resource Center
- Native American Cultural Center
- Student Disability Center
- Women’s and Gender Advocacy Center
- CSU Health Network– complete with medical, dental, and counseling offices, as well as a pharmacy and lab.
- Campus Activities– The Lory Student Center is filled with activities and ways to get involved. Follow this link to become familiar with these opportunities.
- Campus Recreation
- Housing and Dining Services
- International Programs (Study Abroad)
- Off Campus Life – Offers a range of services from searching for housing off campus, student events, to legal support with your lease
- Student Leadership Involvement and Community Engagement (SLiCE)– SLICE offers a wide range of leadership workshops, alternative spring break trips, community service opportunities, and involvement activities throughout the year
- Student Organizations