CCGC's Student Resources

Below you'll find some of our most popular resources! Feel free to scroll through what our center has to offer to our students!

 Prayer and Lactation Room

The Cross Cultural and Gender Center host a prayer room inside the Thomas Building Room 110. This room can be used at any time for prayer and expression of milk.

 Microwave

The CCGC has a microwave in Thomas Room 110 that can be used to heat up your food from home. Although there are microwaves in the food court, you are welcome to use this microwave should it be more convenient to your location on campus!

Coffee and Tea

The CCGC also has a Keurig and coffee pods that can be used for coffee. This is free of charge to students, however, tips to support our coffee fund are appreciated. 

Peers Supporting Peers

Need a helping hand? We have a group of trained student peers that can support you by actively listening to your concerns. Although our students are not counselors, they can point you in the right direction to get you the help that you need!

 

Campus Resources for Students

Below you'll find some of the most commonly requested resources in our office. Although we provide resources specific to our center, here is a list of resources you may be looking for outside of our space. If you are looking for cultural specific support, please visit that specific affinity groups page by looking for the program under Programs and Services link to the left of this page!

Dream Resource Center

The Dream Centers are committed to empowering students through a welcoming and supportive environment. We ensure access and success through: Advocacy and Outreach Holistic Services on personal, social and academic support.

Financial Aid

Financial aid, in its simplest definition, is financial assistance intended to aid students in reaching their educational goals. This assistance may come in a variety of forms such as grants, scholarships, work-study and loan programs.

Student Cupboard

Food insecurity is a growing issue on college campuses. Fresno State is working hard to make sure that food insecurity isn't a problem on our campus.

Learning Center

The Learning Center provides quality services and programs including tutoring, classes, workshops and consultation to the students, faculty, and staff of the California State University, Fresno community. We promote student self-responsibility, academic success and life-long learning.

Project HOPE

Project H.O.P.E. is a campus resource for Fresno State students who need access to specific services on-campus, and helps student gain access to resources off-campus in collaboration with United Way Fresno and Madera by using their 2-1-1 database.

Services for Students with Disabilities

The Services for Students with Disabilities program at Fresno State endeavors to ensure a fair learning environment where students are able to succeed based on their own efforts and initiative, unhampered in their academic pursuits by disadvantages associated with their particular disability.

Student Health and Counseling Center

The Student Health and Counseling Center helps to promote the academic and personal success of Fresno State students by encouraging the maintenance of healthy lifestyles and providing affordable and accessible health and psychological care.

Student Involvement

Getting involved is the key to your success at Fresno State. Whether you join a club, become a student leader, help plan campus events, volunteer for service, or become a student employee, you are developing skills that will enhance your collegiate experience and future opportunities.

Veteran Support Services

We are who we serve with our staff of Veterans. National Guardsman, and Reservist. Whether you're receiving GI benefits or not we are here for you. Our mission is to provide support through retention for the goal of graduation.