Fresno State has multiple resources for students to achieve success academically and fulfillment socially. Check out a list of resources to help you achieve success!
The Office of Black Student Success offers supportive services that foster the transition and integration of African descent students into the university and help them thrive and achieve academic and personal success.
The Career Development Center is a resource on campus to help you with all aspects of your career planning and job search. Here are some services you can receive:
- Discover career options
- Choose a major based on career assessment
- Clothing Closet (An interview outfit - FOR FREE!)
- Find a Job
- Prepare for a job search
- Preparation for Graduate school
Location: Thomas Building, Room 103
The Cross Cultural Gender Center is a space where everyone is welcome.
- Cross Cultural Programs and Services: Latino/a, African American, American Indian, Asian Pacific Islander
- Cultural Calendar
- Gender Programs and Services
- Gender Inclusive Restrooms
- LGBTQ+ Programs and Services
- Q+ Clothing Closet
Location: Thomas Building, Room 110
The Dream Success center is dedicated to serving our AB540/Dream students. With Peer Mentors and Staff support, students are able to receive the support they need to be successful.
Due to COVID-19 we are working remotely.
The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) supports first-generation, low-income, educationally disadvantaged college students. EOP's services are designed to:
- create an environment that fosters a sense of community
- encourages use of campus resources
- guides students to achieve their academic, career, and personal goals
- Peer Mentorship Connection
Location: Joyal Building, Room 224
The Library is the ultimate place to pick up the supplies you need, study, work on that research paper or recharge. The Libraryhouses resources helpful to your success at Fresno State.
- Ask a librarian for help
- Check out technology resources (laptops, microphones, tablets)
- Research Guide & Tutorials
- Teacher Resource Center
The Learning Center is an essential resource to your success as a student. The Learning Center offers multiple programs to help you navigate your academic coursework and build the foundation for long term academic success.
- Academic Success Workshops
Location: Library , First floor
The Student Recreation center is a space for students to take care of their physical health. There are multiple spaces in the recreation center that students can utilize:
- Intramural Sports
- Group Fitness/Intrapersonal Training
- Aquatic Center
Location: Savemart Center
The Jan and Bud Richter Center helps students find connection in community. Each year, Fresno State students contribute more than 1 million hours to community service!
- Service Learning
- Community Partnerships
- Serve Fresno Day
5241 N. Maple Avenue
m/s TA 120
Fresno, CA 93740/8027
Physical Location and Phone Numbers
Thomas Building, Room 107
The office of Services for Students with Disabilities is a resource where students of all abilities can thrive. SSD offers resources to help students thrive academically, socially, and culturally.
- Accessible Instructional Materials
- Accessible Testing Services
- Assistive Computer Lab
- Real Time Captioning
- Sign Language Interpreting Services
Location: Library , First Floor
The Fresno State Student Cupboard provides essential resources to you as a student. Food and toiletries are available to students free of charge.
Location: Industrial Technology
The Student Health and Counseling Center provides multiple resources to support the mental, physical, and emotional wellness of students on campus.
Location: Student Health & Counseling Center
The TRIO Student Support Services Program (SSSP) provides undergraduates with academic support, financial aid literacy/education, and graduate school preparation support to ensure every individuals’ successful retention and graduation.
SSSP is a federally funded TRIO grant program (under the U.S. Department of Education) that serves resilient first generation students, students from low-income background, and students with a disability.
TRIO Student Support Services
Lab School Room 9
5048 N. Jackson Ave., M/S LS74
Fresno, CA 93740-8027
Fresno State's Veterans Resource Center assists veterans, reservists/guard/active duty service members and dependents to receive their educational benefits. Our website has information about the different types of VA educational programs and instructions on how to use them at Fresno State. The Veterans Resource Center is proud to help veterans and their families succeed at Fresno State! We recognize and honor their sacrifices and value our veterans' life experiences as they broaden the diversity of our university. Click here to view our informational brochure online!
For further questions on veterans benefits, please contact the Veterans Resource Center at 559-278-6036 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.Mailing Address: 5240 N Jackson M/S UC59 Fresno, CA 93740
Click here to view Veterans Resource Center staff contact information.
With many papers and presentations during your time at Fresno State, you will need a place to store them. You may already have USB's or an external hard drive but in addition to those, you can use Box FOR FREE! Available to Fresno State students, you can store up to 5GB using this platform.
Canvas is the platform Fresno State uses for Faculty, Staff, and even campus organizations to house material and much more! Many of your professors will use Canvas for coursework, assignments, and grades. Your Canvas account is the same login to your MyFresnoState account.
Our DiscoverE Hub has many technology resources available to Fresno State students. If you are in need of a hotspot or tablet during the semester, do not hesitate to contact DiscoverE!
Accessing your Fresno State E-mail can be a daunting task during your first semester but there is plenty of help available. If you need help with your username and or password, please contact Technology Services at 559.278.5000.
Everything you need in Microsoft Office 365 is here! Writing papers or preparing for presentations can all be accomplished using Microsoft Office and it is available to students FOR FREE! Definitely a great resource to use during your time at Fresno State.