Alphabetical Listing of Student Information

Associate Students

ASI provides a means for student participation in the governance of the campus. It serves as an official voice through which students may express their opinions and it assists in the protection of the rights and interests of the individual student and the student body. Your ASI fees support many programs such as:

  • campus newspapers
  • University Lecture Series
  • child care centers
  • recreation and intramural sports
  • multicultural festivals or programs

Location: University Student Union, Room 316
Phone: 559.278.2656


Cashier's Window

When you come to Fresno State, one of the first things you need to find is the Cashier's Windows. This is where you purchase your parking permit and pay all your fees. Please visit their website for current hours of operation:

Location: South lobby of Joyal Administration Building
Phone: 559.278.2641



Enjoy the benefits of: convenient access

  • login to
  • access to Web-based services
  • check E-mail from any browser
  • ability to check other E-mail accounts

Phone: 559.278.7000

Help Desk Contact Information:

EMAIL NOTIFICATION: Every student must have a Fresno State email account. All official University correspondence such as: academic status, fee payment deadlines, registration information etc. will be communicated through this email account only.


Food Services

Food is plentiful on the campus with the following restaurants and snack areas:

University Center: The Bucket
USU downstairs: Panda Express, Subway, Taco Bell, Chick-Fil-A
USU Atrium: The Union Snack Bar
Satellite Student Union: Maple Avenue Cafe
Residence Dining Facility: Fall Meals begin generally the first week of the new semester.

Location: Residence Dining Hall, lower level
Phone: 559.278.3904


Housing: "University Courtyard"

Step into university life by living on campus. Everything is included in one affordable price:

  • community style halls
  • residence suites
  • various meal plans
  • utilities
  • basic cable
  • computer labs
  • email
  • swimming pool
  • recreation facilities
  • sponsored activities & movies.

Location: Residence Atrium
Phone: 559.278-2345


ID's /Bulldog Card Office

Your keycard is the official ID accepted on campus. It allows faculty, staff and students to borrow books. Your keycard is also used to qualify students to vote in on-campus elections and referendums. Your keycard is your:

  • campus ID
  • athletic event discount
  • key to student discounts
  • Pay for Print copy card.

Deposit money on it to get print-outs in the library and on copy machines on campus.

Location: Joyal Administration Building, 1st Floor, Room 156
Phone: 559.278.5608


Intramural Sports / Recreation

Funded by Associated Student fees and the University, the Campus Recreational Services (CRS) program is designed to serve the social, recreational, and physical fitness needs of Fresno State students. Facilities include a lap pool, weight rooms (one containing a handicap accessible Freedom Weight Machine), gymnasiums, racquetball courts, tennis courts, an all-weather track and various athletic fields. Recreational equipment is available at low rental rates. CRS also serves the campus staff and faculty. Any Fresno State student with their I.D. card, who has a desire to have fun, meet people, exercise, and compete, may participate.

Location: North Gym, Room 109
Phone: 559.278.2741

Athletics, Intercollegiate Sports
Location: North Gym, Room 109
Phone: 559.278.2643
Ticket Office: 559.278.3647


Kennel Bookstore

Your one stop shop for everything:

  • textbooks
  • general books
  • class rings
  • clothing & gifts
  • computers
  • copy center
  • gift certificates
  • graduation
  • snacks
  • schedules & catalogs

Location: East of the USU next to the clock tower.
General Information: 559.278.4062
Clothing: 559.278.4268
Computer Dept. 559.278.1002
Copy Center 559.278.3945
Textbook Dept. 559.278.4278


Henry Madden Library

The Henry Madden Library is located in the center of the campus near the Free Speech Area. The library hours are posted on the web site. The library offers a range of services such as:

  • tours
  • workshops
  • course-related instruction
  • one-on-one guidance for all students and faculty.

Phone: 559.278.2551



Parking permits (approx. $93 per semester) can be purchased from the Cashier's Window. Parking tickets (approx. $50) are issued to any vehicle without a valid permit or parked in a lot that is not designated on the permit.

  • green lots are for students and guests
  • yellow parking lots are for staff and faculty
  • blue spaces are disabled parking
  • gold spaces are for special use only

Parking permits may soon be required on Saturdays, Sundays, state holidays, and during special events. Parking areas are enforced 24 hours a day, seven days per week. Parking tickets appeal forms can be completed in the parking office. Parking meters are located throughout the campus including:

  • in the parking lot south of the library
  • on Barton just north of Shaw
  • on the east side of the Health Center
  • on Maple north of the Satellite Student Union
  • a few spaces in front of the north gym

Location: Public Safety Building
Phone: 559.278.2950


Police & Safety

The Police Department is at your service 24 hours a day. Please go to the web site to find out all the services they provide, such as:

police officer on bicycle
  • crime alert
  • escort program
  • emergency procedures
  • bicycle safety program
  • operation identification
  • lost and found
  • on-campus safety programs
  • emergency telephone system (blue light phones)
  • annual campus safety & security report
  • crime prevention station in the USU

Location: Barstow & Jackson Avenues.
Phone: 559.278.8400 For emergencies pick up any blue light phone located on campus or dial 911.


University 1

University One: Introduction to the University (3-units, elective) If you are a new student at Fresno State, the really smart thing to do is to enroll in a course, University One: Introduction to the University, that provides you with the knowledge you require to succeed in college, including: time management, goal setting, essential study and test-taking skills, and knowledge of campus services: the Learning Center, the Madden library, the Career Center, Advising Services, the Health and Psychological Services Center, and many others. A valuable component of the course focuses on writing an acceptable college-level research paper.

University One, Mentoring Institute Office Location: Peters Business Building, Room 393
Phone: 559.278.4468


University Student Union

Services available at the Information Center Include:

  • Fax Machine
  • Postage Stamps
  • Local (FAX & Clovis Transit)
  • Telephone Numbers: Faculty, Staff and Departments
  • General Information & Lost & Found
  • Event Tickets
  • Universal Studios & Magic Mountain Tickets
  • Movie Theatre Discount Tickets

Need Information? Check the Lobby in the Student Union!