American Indian Studies
American Indian Studies is an interdisciplinary program that offers students opportunities to study the governments, nations, cultures, and social structures of American Indian societies and American Indian societies within the context of the United States.
Major College Advising Centers
The mission of the University Advising Center is to empower undergraduate students by helping them take responsibility for achieving their academic and personal goals, with a particular focus on the undeclared /undecided student, and to support the university advising community.”
Native American Initiative
The Native American Initiative will partner with tribes and tribal organizations to provide Native American students access to higher education through advocacy, outreach, assistance, and advising.
Educational Opportunity Program and Special Support Programs
All EOP students are assigned to counselors who provide academic and personal support throughout their undergraduate experience at California State University, Fresno . Students are required to meet with their counselor at least once during the semester.
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. We also provide supplemental grant aid to eligible students who are active participants and have a financial need.
TRiO Student Support Services for Students with Disabilities
TRiO Student Support Services-Disabilities (SSS-D) for students with disabilities at Fresno State, is a college retention and graduation program, which helps students develop the academic skills and personal development necessary to successfully pursue and complete a college degree. Students who maintain a good academic status will be a part of the program until they graduate from Fresno State.
TRiO Student Support Services-Veterans
To provide academic support services to assist undergraduate participants to remain in college and reach the goal of graduation.
Student Parent Resources
Are you a parent of children under 18 years old? Check out these resources and services for student parents.
Clubs and Organizations
Aztec Dance Club
One is able to learn the traditional dances associated with the Aztec culture. During the entirety of the practices/meetings one will be able to learn the cultural aspect of our ancestors by following the traditional dances step by step and also by learning meaning and significance of each step. Some basic language will be learned through time as well as other various instruments that have a role in the entire cultural ceremony.
NEUM-Native American Student Association
NEUM Native American Student Association is a cultural club open to all students. We host and attend cultural and community events to help raise awareness of the Native American community on and off-campus.
The Fresno State Native American Alumni Club
The Fresno State Native American Alumni Club became an official club of the Fresno State Alumni Association effective July 1st, 2014. The club’s primary purpose is to raise monies to establish and maintain an on-going scholarship endowment available for prospective Fresno State students of Native American origin. The club also provides on-going support and mentorship for current students, as well as advocates within Fresno State to ensure that Native American students have access to the resources necessary to successfully graduate from Fresno State. Current Native American students at Fresno State are encouraged to come to an alumni club meeting to share your ideas and network with Native American graduates currently working within a variety of industries and leadership roles.
Fresno State American Indian Faculty and Staff Association
The American Indian Faculty and Staff Association at Fresno State is an organization for Indigenous employees at the University.
MALCs- Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social (Women Active in Letters and Social Change)
Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social is a professional organization for self-Identified Chicana, Latina, Native American/ Indigenous Women And Gender Nonconforming, Academics, Students And Activists.
Health and Well-Being
Confidential Advocacy Services
Our on-campus advocate provides free, confidential advocacy (including crisis assistance) services to Fresno State students, staff and faculty members. They are a certified victim advocate and domestic violence counselor trained in providing advocacy assistance and support.
The Student Cupboard
The Student Cupboard is a free food and hygiene pantry for current Fresno State students.
The Student Health and Counseling Center
The Student Health and Counseling Center will be an organization that is recognized for its commitment to providing leadership for health services on campus, and contributing to the success of students and the university community by promoting lifelong healthy behaviors, and creating healthy environments.
The Student Recreation Center
Fresno State Rec Sports & Fitness is proud to offer a wide array of fitness opportunities to the students and staff! Active and healthy lifestyles enhance opportunities for the continuance of personal growth.
Services for Student with Disabilities
Services for Students with Disabilities is a resource for students with disabilities to achieve academic, cultural, and social excellence.
Title IX protects all people regardless of their gender or gender identity from sex discrimination, which includes sexual harassment and violence.
Jobs and Money
The Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning
The Jan & Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning is responsible for coordinating the university's community engagement and service-learning efforts. We are dedicated to improving the education and development of our students and helping create a better community through service and learning.
Career Development Center
The Career Development Center extends the university mission in boldly educating and empowering Fresno State students for success. A variety of comprehensive services are offered to students, alums, employers, and our campus and community partners including career planning and development, employer engagement, experiential education, on-campus employment and money management literacy.
Money Management Center
The Money Management Center vision is to improve the financial well-being of our students by providing education, financial counseling, tools, and solutions to achieve greater financial independence, which leads to student success.
The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office
The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office here at Fresno State is happy to help you navigate the financial aspects of your college career! Help us help you by checking your Fresno State e-mail and student portal regularly - it's primarily how we will get in touch with you regarding your financial aid
Learning and Research
Tutoring is studying made simple. In the basement floor of the library at Fresno State we offer you support in subjects ranging from Accounting to writing. Set your own agenda to learn at your pace and complete assignments.
The Writing Center is here to help any Fresno State Student with any writing you're working on. Please stop by and meet us or feel free to call 278-0334.
The Henry Madden Library
The Henry Madden Library supports the University mission of education, research and service. To this end, the Library selects, develops, manages and provides access to information resources; promotes the critical use of information for learning and research; and presents cultural and scholarly programming that serves the campus, region and beyond
Current Fresno State News
The Collegian is the student-run newspaper that serves the Fresno State Community and publishes on Wednesdays. Views expressed in the Collegian do not necessarily reflect the views of the staff or university.