Fresno State offers ample opportunities to get involved as a graduate student. When you are involved, not only do you learn new skills but also promote positive social change and personal growth, as well as become connected to the campus and the community.
This is not an exhaustive list, if there are organizations or have any interest that you do not see below, check the Student Involvement Organization Browser.
Associated Students, Inc.: Associated Students, Inc. is the student body government at Fresno State. Through ASI, students are able to:
- participate in the governance of Fresno State,
- foster awareness of student opinions on campus issues,
- assist in the protection of student rights,
- and take advantage of programs and services that meet your needs as student.
The ASI office is located in the University Student Union, Rooms 316 & 317. For further information, you may call them at 559.278.2656.
Communications Graduate Student Association
HEAL Graduate Student Association
History Graduate Student Association
Alpha Phi Sigma Honor Society
Applied Behavior Analysis Club
Asian Social Work Organization
Psi Chi / Psychology Student Union
Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society
Sport Psychology Club
If your discipline is not listed above, check with your program or department to find out which organizations are available for you to join!
The Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning: Students gain unique personal, professional and academic benefits when involved in service to others. The Richter Center seeks to expand the culture of service at the university, ensuring that all Fresno State students take advantage of the opportunities afforded them through service. The Richter Center is located in the Thomas Administration Building, Room 107. Their phone number is 559.278.7079.
Social, Civic and Cultural
Student Involvement: Getting involved is the key to your success at Fresno State. Whether you join a
club, become a student leader, or help plan campus events, you are developing skills
that will enhance and transform your college experience. The student involvement office
houses cultural organizations, social organizations, leadership teams, sport clubs
The Student Involvement office is located in the University Student Union (USU), Room 306 and their phone number is 559.278.2741.
Cross Cultural and Gender Center: The Fresno State Cross Cultural and Gender Center, formerly known as the Center for Women and Culture, is a great place to find a sense of belonging on the campus. This center creates a sense of respect and inclusion to all students. The Cross Cultural and Gender Center previously housed two distinct programs--The Central Valley Cultural Heritage Institute and the Women's Resource Center. The Center is now home to programs and services including, but not limited to:
- Cross Cultural Programs and Services
- African American
- American Indian
- Asian Pacific Islander
- Gender Programs and Services
- LGBTQ+ Programs and Services
The Cross Cultural and Gender Center is located in the Thomas Building, Room 110. Their phone number is 559.278.6946.
The Bulldog Pantry is a Fresno State student run food pantry. They provide groceries to students and families in need in the areas surrounding Fresno State. Their doors are open almost every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. during the school year. The Bulldog Pantry is located at 2311 East Shaw at the corner of Shaw and Jackson Ave. You may contact them at email@example.com or give them a call at 559.224.9052. You can also visit their website.