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Advising and Resources Center


Services Update: COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be meeting with and advising students during regular office hours via Zoom video/audio in an effort to ensure social distance.  As we have limited phone access, please email us at ARC@csufresno.edu if you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment. 

See our  'Meet with an Advisor' page for more information about appointments and our virtual walk-ins!


 
Welcome!

The staff at the Advising & Resources Center are here to assist students in the College of Science and Mathematics in achieving their goals, both academically and professionally. We provide science and mathematics students with the following resources and services: 

  • Academic advising 
  • Pre-professional advising 
  • Research and internship advising 
  • Career exploration, resume assistance, and other career development services provided by the Career Development Center professionals 
  • Information on student organizations, clubs, and professional programs


 

Mission Statement

The College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) Advising and Resources Center (ARC) is committed to empowering all CSM students to make sound and reasonable academic decisions as they pertain to the pursuit of successful completion of a degree in biology, chemistry, computer science, environmental sciences, geology, mathematics, natural sciences, physics, or psychology. Our mission is to address all CSM students’ academic needs through providing resources and professional advising that is holistic and also culturally and socioeconomically sensitive. ARC is dedicated to student success and to assisting each and every student in an effort to assure their likelihood of degree completion.

Vision Statement

We aspire to widen the pipeline of STEM majors in the College of Science and Mathematics, increase retention and graduation rates and help to ensure that the central valley will have a skilled workforce in STEM related fields for the future.