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Student Affairs and Enrollment Management



Center for Essential Needs

Essential needs are critical and include access to healthy food, safe and secure housing and being financially stable both in the present and the future. Essential needs are at the core of what we need to be well and includes access to health/medical care, technology, and transportation needs.

All enrolled students including undergraduate, graduate, international and undocumented students are eligible for resources available at the Center for Essential Needs services.

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Support Programs

Student Veterans

Fresno State's Veterans Resource Center assists veterans, reservists/guard/active duty service members and dependents to receive their educational benefits after being admitted to Fresno State.


Parent Scholars

Resources and services that support the success and empowerment of students who are parents and caretakers for children under the age of 18.

Farmworker/Migrant Families

The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is committed to providing access, orientation, academic, retention, personal, and financial assistance to entering freshman students from migrant or seasonal farmworker families.



Resources for students through the Dream Success Center. We are a center completely dedicated to serving our AB540, undocumented, DACA students as well as students with mixed immigration statuses. Check out our resources for all our students and allies.

Transfer Students

The Transfer Success Center provides Fresno State transfer students with the resources and support necessary for a smooth transition into the University.

Black Student Success Initiative

The Fresno State Black Student Success Initiative (BSSI) is a comprehensive and multi-pronged program and university initiative.


Renaissance Scholars

Renaissance Scholars Program is committed to serving students who have experienced foster care or an unaccompanied youth earn a university degree and become leaders in the community. 

Commuter Students

OCSL aims to provide off-campus students important tools and resources to help students connect academically and socially to campus.





Peer Mentorship Programs

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All EOP students are assigned to counselors who provide academic and personal support throughout their undergraduate experience.

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MentorU is designed to pair a first-time freshman with a peer mentor to help guide them through the transition to the university.

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Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities

Have questions or need fill out an incident form? Go to the website to get more information.

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