CAMPUS RESOURCES

OFFICE

LOCATION

HOW CAN THEY HELP?

CAREER SERVICES

Thomas Building, Room 103
278.2381

Career counselors provide career counseling, facilitate job search workshops, and host career fairs.

STUDENT EMPLOYMENT

Thomas Building, Room 103
278.2381

BulldogLink.com is a free jobs listing website that provides a service to area employers and to students and recent graduates of Fresno State. Students and alumni can search for jobs and upload resumes for employers to view. 
FINANCIAL AID OFFICE

Joyal Administration Building, Room 296
278.2182

This office assists students in the process of applying for and receiving financial assistance available from federal, state and institutional sources for their attendance at Fresno State. This office acts as a clearinghouse for loans, grants, Work-Study and institutional scholarship programs.
HEALTH AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES Health Center 278.2734

University Health and Psychological services provides outpatient clinical medical care and, separately, psychological counseling to university students.

LEARNING CENTER (LC)

Library, Collection Level (basement)
278.3052

The LC facilitates a variety of programs and services to meet the educational needs of students including academic success workshops and free tutoring in high demand subject areas for individuals and small groups.

SUPPORT NET Library, Collection Level (basement)
278.8370
SupportNet is a new early warning (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 adviser who will provide the appropriate academic assistance and university resources.
SERVICES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES (SSD)

Henry Madden Library, Room 1202
278.2811

SSD coordinates academic support, counseling, registration assistance, blue curb parking, orientation, and advocates for students with disabilities with off-campus agencies.

SCIENCE & HEALTH CAREERS INFORMATION CENTER (SHCIC) Science I, Room 136 SHCIC provides information on health professional careers. The Center's goals are to provide general pre-health and science program and career information, help students make appointments with college pre-health and program advisors, and guide students to the appropriate college and/or university support services.
WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER

Thomas Building, Room 110A
278.4435

This office provides internships and volunteer opportunities, support and discussion groups, and peer counseling and referral services for women in the university community.

MENTORING INSTITUTE

Haak Center, Library 4th floor, Room 4140
278.7766

The Mentoring Institute offers students the opportunity to interact one-on-one with a faculty or staff member or a trained student outside the traditional classroom or office setting. Mentors provide guidance, friendship, and support, and serve as role models to students

UNIVERSITY 1

Haak Center, Library 4th floor
559.278.7766

University 1 is a three-unit elective course designed to guide first-year students through the academic process and to help ensure their success. Students gain an understanding of college life, of scholarship, and the development of a purposeful community.