Office of New Student and Family Programs
Supporting new students and their families during their transition to the university.
The Office of New Student & Family Programs mission is to assist students and their families in their transition into the Fresno State community of scholars. Providing experiences and programming to help you acclimate to the university and foster a sense of Bulldog pride. Our ultimate goal is to provide students and families with support, maximizing opportunities for students' personal growth and life long success.
The Office of New Student and Family Programs, or NSFP, is comprised of four programs:
- Dog Days: New Student Orientation
- Family Association
- Transfer Success Center
Each of these programs provides a variety of services such as workshops, events, and peer mentoring. Whether you are a freshmen, transfer student, or a student supporter, our office is here to serve as a resource. Fresno State can feel like a daunting place but we are here to help you navigate the campus and get connected. Student success is at the heart of all we do.
Family Orientation - June and July
Dog Days will be holding evening Family Orientations after each Dog Day during the months of June and July. There is no fee and no registration necessary. Links will be posted here and on social media.
Sincerely, Fresno State podcast
Do you love podcasts? Listen to the new Sincerely, Fresno State podcast from the Office of New Student and Family Programs. You can find it on the link above or on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.
Calendar of Events
The events in the calendar below are for all students. Join a workshop to learn more about campus and how to get involved.