Learn here. Play here. Live here. Here are several programs and resources available to students to help them along their path to graduation. Beyond academic advising available in each academic college, the university has advising and mentoring programs. With more than 85 student clubs, fraternities and sororities, and a number of student leadership programs, there are plenty of opportunities for students to get involved and enjoy a wide range of activities.
Our colleges and departments have resources related to academic majors, including advising holds. The Advising Resource Center (ARC) in MSR 180 is the centralized location for undergraduate, undeclared and general education advising needs.
Reap the benefits of being involved with a student-run organization, like civic engagement, friendships, mentoring, networking, academic and character development, self-governance and other aspects that support student success
Visit the student portal and the Financial Aid & Scholarships Office for more information on all the options available to you.
Working On & Off Campus
A variety of on- and off-campus employment opportunities are available to students. Visit Career Services for online resources to assist you with preparation of resume and application materials.
Health & Safety
Get a shuttle ride late at night from your class to your car, get StanAlert emergency notification messages, or stay healthy and fit with campus resources.
Graduation & Life After
Only two semesters left? Apply for graduation and get connected with the Office of Alumni Relations.
Other Programs & Services
Here are some other programs and services available across campus for students. Be sure to visit the colleges and departments as they have programs, academic advising and other resources.
Information and services for admissions, CSU English and math placement, and teacher credentialing.
Our programs are designed to promote success throughout a student's academic career.
For students, alumni, business owners, school districts, teachers, working professionals or individuals wanting to change careers.
The goal of this program is to help you stay in college and graduate via a variety of academic retention services.
Centralized information, local event listings and online resources relevant to our student veterans.
Encourages faculty-student interaction outside the classroom through mentoring relationships that improve academic achievement.
Ensure a productive and safe environment in which students can work, study, learn and live.
Provides services to Hispanic and underserved/first-generation college students.
Increases academic excellence, access and retention of historically underserved low income, first-generation college students.
Campus hangout for downtime in between classes. This space is also available for private rentals on evenings and weekends.
Perfect for studying outside the library and for informal gatherings, receptions and other occasions that require an elegant setting.
Student-run newspaper, distributed every Thursday during academic year, and radio station FM 91.9 KCSS.