Admissions and Records works to admit, register and graduate students at Fresno State. There office maintains appropriate academic records and assists students with required student information to official sources.
At any stage in the college experience, students and alumni can meet with a career counselor to clarify their career direction, ensure they are prepared to market themselves well or to develop a personalized job search approach.
The Cross Cultural and Gender Center fosters meaningful dialogue and activism that works to eliminate racism, sexism, heterosexism, and other forms of oppression.
Ever increasing populations of young people are turning to Fresno State for a quality education. You can make a difference in the lives of students and in the future of our region by making a gift to support our programs.
DOG DAYS: New Student Orientation is a program designed to help new students transition into the University. Whether you are coming in as a transfer student from another college/university or a first-time freshman from high school, we are here to help you.
The Dream Centers are committed to empowering students through a welcoming and supportive environment. We ensure access and success through: Advocacy and Outreach Holistic services on personal, social, and academic support
Central California Educational Opportunity Center (CCEOC) is a TRIO program at Fresno State providing services to low-income and/or first generation eligible adults desiring to enter into post-secondary educational programs.
The Educational Opportunity Program provides an array of services to support first-generation, low-income, educationally disadvantaged college students.
The Central California Educational Talent Search Program is an outreach program designed to provide services that will assist eligible participants to complete their secondary education and prepare for college.
Financial aid, in its simplest definition, is financial assistance intended to aid students in reaching their educational goals. This assistance may come in a variety of forms such as grants, scholarships, work-study and loan programs.
Food insecurity is a growing issue on college campuses. Fresno State is working hard to make sure that food insecurity isn't a problem on our campus.
The Learning Center provides quality services and programs including tutoring, classes, workshops and consultation to the students, faculty, and staff of the California State University, Fresno community. We promote student self-responsibility, academic success and life-long learning.
The mission of Office of Student Conduct is to develop, disseminate, interpret, and enforce campus regulations and protect relevant rights of students.
Project H.O.P.E. is a campus resource for Fresno State students who need access to specific services on-campus, and helps student gain access to resources off-campus in collaboration with United Way Fresno and Madera by using their 2-1-1 database.
The Renaissance Scholars Program is an academic retention program supporting first-year, transfer, and continuing undergraduate students who experienced foster care, unaccompanied homeless youth and other independent youth certified by the Financial Aid Office.
The Services for Students with Disabilities program at Fresno State endeavors to ensure a fair learning environment where students are able to succeed based on their own efforts and initiative, unhampered in their academic pursuits by disadvantages associated with their particular disability.
The Student Health and Counseling Center helps to promote the academic and personal success of Fresno State students by encouraging the maintenance of healthy lifestyles and providing affordable and accessible health and psychological care.
Getting involved is the key to your success at Fresno State. Whether you join a club, become a student leader, help plan campus events, volunteer for service, or become a student employee, you are developing skills that will enhance your collegiate experience and future opportunities.
The Student Recreation Center provides quality recreational opportunities, experiences and facilities for the university community to promote an active and healthy lifestyles which enhances opportunities for the continuance of personal growth.
SSS is a federal TRIO grant program that serves first generation, low income, and disabled students. Its purpose is to provide academic support services to assist undergraduate participants to remain in college and reach the goal of graduation.
Summer Bridge is a three-week program that supports the transition of first-time freshmen to the university. The program is designed to provide an orientation-to-college experience that offers students information and tools to successfully navigate the campus.
Supplemental Instruction or SI, offers one hour study sessions two to three times a week for students enrolled in historically difficult classes.
SupportNet is an early alert referral program whereby faculty and staff can refer students who need academic and/or personal assistance. Students are encouraged to meet with a SupportNet advisor who will provide the appropriate academic assistance and university resources.
Testing Services makes available to students, as well as the general public, test proctoring services (paper & pencil, computerized testing and online), certification testing, testing for college credit, graduate and medical entrance testing and special accommodations services.
Advisors are available for currently attending or returning Fresno State undergraduates. University Advising Center can help you with General Education, graduation requirements, probation and disqualification, major exploration and more.
We prepare students for a multitude of careers in our region and around the world. With talented faculty guiding the way, Fresno State is committed to innovative research and high caliber projects that challenge students' creativity and curiosity.
The programs and services located in the USU are for students to discover a myriad of opportunities to get involved, experience the diversity of our campus, and celebrate the distinction of student leadership at Fresno State.
The Upward Bound Programs at California State University, Fresno serve low-income, first-generation college bound high school students who have the potential to succeed in college, but whose high school grades and test scores do not reflect that potential.
The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management engages students, promotes student learning, and provides access and quality services that assist students in achieving their goals.