Program                   Phone Program Description
Scholarship Office 559.278.6572

Apply for the general scholarship application here

Captain Leland T. Haun Scholarship

Mark T. Kuncir Scholarship

Services for Students with Disabilities 559.278.2811 Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) provides a wide range of academic accommodations to students with verified disabilities who have registered with the SSD office. Services for each student are determined on a case-by-case basis.
Student Health and Counseling Center (SHCC) 559.278.2734 The Student Health and Counseling Center (SHCC) encourages the maintenance of healthy lifestyles and provides affordable and accessible health and psychological care to all Fresno State students. In addition to diagnosing and treating illnesses and injuries, our services include (but are not limited to): Medical Exams, Physical Therapy, Immunizations, Nutrition Counseling, Sexual Health Services, Counseling Services & Psychiatry, On-site X-Ray, Pharmacy & Laboratory.

Student Support Services Veterans 559.278.5725 Most veterans have to be first generation, low-income, and/or disabled. These students will benefit from a sizable grant awarded to Fresno State by the U.S. Department of Education's TRIO Student Support Services Veterans. The Student Support Services staff is committed to providing the tools and academic support for each participant to excel academically and graduate.
Veterans Benefits Services 559.278.7030 Support veterans from the point of admission and throughout the college experience. Veteran benefits are processed and monitored, class selection and academic progress are also reviewed to ensure the student remains eligible for benefits.
Veterans Education Program 559.278.1901 Veterans Education Program provides opportunity and access to resources at Fresno State and connects veterans to support organizations in the Central Valley. They facilitate a sense of belonging for veterans on campus by providing a lounge, study area, dedicated smart classroom, and academic skill sets requisite for successful careers.


Program Phone Description
CAL-VET California Department of Veterans Affairs 559.706.6270 Connects California Veteran and their families Veterans to their educational, employment compensation and pension claims, healthcare, housing, and state benefits, assists with VA claims.
Employment Development Department (EDD) 559.445.6744 The Employment Development Department (EDD) assists veterans and their eligible spouses maximize their employment and training opportunities. Veterans are entitled to many resources designed to help in their search for employment.
Fresno County Veterans Services 559.600.5436 Fresno County Veterans Services provide a vital and efficient system of services to veterans, their dependents, survivors and partners who lose a son or daughter in military service. These services consist of filling accurate claims in obtaining benefits / entitlements from the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Department of Defense (DOD), State and local programs. We are dedicated in providing these services in a professional and respectful manner.
Fresno Vet Center 559.487.5660 Offers transitional counseling for combat veterans for entire Central Valley, individual and family counseling veteran men and women.
San Joaquin Valley Veterans 559.255.8838
Crisis 559.486.VETS
Offers assistance and case management to Veterans in need. Services we provide include transportation assistance, haircut and clothing vouchers, snacks, computer access for job search,  place to network with other veterans, educational classes, and housing counseling and assistance.
VA Central California Health Care System 559.225.6100 VA Central California Health Care System (VACCHCS), located in Fresno, California, is part of VA Sierra Pacific Network (VISN21), which includes facilities in California, Nevada, and Hawaii. VACCHCS is a 57-bed acute care, general medical and surgical center with state of the art primary, secondary and tertiary care in major diagnostic, and treatment specializations. In addition, a 54-bed Community Living Center (CLC) is located on campus and provides skilled nursing and rehabilitation care.