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Cross-Cultural and Gender Center

Resources for Current Fresno State Students

Latino/a Programs and Services serves as a small program within the Cross Cultural and Gender Center that provides educational opportunities for students, staff, and faculty through the facilitation of various on-campus programs that address the unique experiences and social conditions of Latino/a students. Additionally, Latino/a Programs and Services serves as a central space to inquire about Latino/a resources on Fresno States campus. We know that sometimes asking the right question, knowing where to go for information, or contacting the right person can be difficult.

The perfect place to start!

The Cross Cultural and Gender Center exists to contribute significantly to the continued development of a safe and welcoming environment for the Fresno State community. We foster meaningful dialogue and activism that works to eliminate racism, sexism, heterosexism, and other forms of oppression.

Location: Thomas Administration Building 110

Phone: 559.278.4435

Latino/a Programs and Services provides a brave space for students to connect with other students. This discussion group is an opportunity to meet other Latino/a/x students and build community over topics that are relatable and fun! Check out the upcoming events page here to see the dates and times for this discussion group.

The Student Health and Counseling Center is an organization that is recognized for its commitment to providing leadership for health services on campus, and contributing to the success of students and the university community by promoting lifelong healthy behaviors, and creating healthy environments. 

Project Hope helps students experiencing challenges that are impacting their education and overall well-being can work with our Case Management Team to find a solution and connect to campus and community resources. 

Location: Student Health and Counseling Center

Phone: 559.278.2734

The Learning Center offers several high-impact practices that will support you towards graduation.  As the most comprehensive academic support center on campus, the Learning Center provides:

  • Tutoring – studying made simple
  • SupportNet – academic coaching
  • Supplemental Instruction – peer led study sessions

Location: Library(basement)

Phone: 559.278.3052

The University Advising Center (UAC) provides general education advising to the entire campus and serves as major advisors for students who are undeclared.  The UAC provides the following services:

  • GE advising
  • Academic petitions
  • Sixty-plus fee waiver program
  • Major exploration (help for undeclared/undecided students)
  • Special major advising
  • Undeclared major advising
  • Probation and disqualification advising

Location: Joyal Building, Room 224

Phone: 559.278.1787

Every college on campus has an Advising Center where you can get specific help based on your major.  Here is a list of all the colleges and contact information for the Advising Center:

College of Arts and Humanities Advising and Support Center
Location: Speech Arts Building, Room 156
Phone: 55.278.4597


Craig School of Business Advising Center
Location: Peters Business Building, Room 185
Phone: 559.278.4943


Health and Human Services Advising and Career Development Center
Location: McLane Hall Building, Room 194
Phone: 559.278.5027


Jordan College Advising and Career Development Center
Location: Agricultural Sciences Building, Room 110
Phone: 559.278.4019


Kremen Education Advising and Student Services Center
Location: Education Building, Room 100
Phone: 559.278.0300


Lyles College of Engineering Advising Center
Location: Engineering East Building, Room 383
Phone: 559.278.1076


College of Science and Math Advising and Resources Center
Location: Science I Building, Room 136
Phone: 559.278.4150



College of Social Sciences Advising Center
Location: McKee Fisk Building, Room 203A
Phone: 55.278.3422

Food in-se-cu-ri-ty: the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food.
Food insecurity is a growing issue on college campuses and Fresno State is working hard to make sure is not a problem on our campus.  The Food Security Project has several services including:

  • Fresno State Student Cupboard
  • Education and Resources
  • Catered Cupboard
  • University Dining Hall Complimentary Meals
  • Good Samaritan Fund



Location: Industrial Technology Building, Room 144
Phone: 559.278.6621 

The Career Development Center is a resource on campus to help you with all aspects of your career planning and job search.  Here are some services you can receive:


  • Discover career options
  • Choose a major based on career assessment
  • Prepare for a job search (resume, cover letter, interview)
  • Connect with employers
  • Find a job (part-time/internship/or full-time)
  • Gain experience
  • Clothing closet – looking professional


Location: Thomas Building, Room 103
Phone: 559.278.2381 

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


Phone 559.278.2182 


Location: Joyal Building (next to admission & records windows)

Phone: 559.278.2182

For more information on Dream Financial Aid please visit the Financial Aid and Scholarships Tab 

Fresno State awards over a thousand scholarships totaling more than 3.8 million dollars in free money to incoming and continuing students. Institutional scholarships range from $100 to almost $35,000 and are awarded to both undergraduate and graduate students. Scholarships are offered by various colleges, departments, and organizations to students who meet specific criteria. Regardless of your accomplishments, interests, background, or GPA, we encourage all students to apply for scholarships.


Phone 559.278.6572


For more information on Dream Financial Aid please visit the Financial Aid and Scholarships Tab

The Confidential Survivor Advocate at Fresno State Will:

  • Provide compassionate and confidential support for those who have experienced sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, stalking and/or sexual harassment.
  • Not direct you to or discourage you from any course of action.
  • Provide a safe space to discuss your options.
  • Support your choices and the decisions you make.
  • Advocate for victim/survivors in their recovery.



Phone 559.278.6796, #1


Hours: M-F, 8am-5pm  

Location: The Student Health and Counseling Center

Services for Students with Disabilities serves students with disabilities to achieve academic, cultural and social excellence through services which provide access, campus involvement, social support, disability awareness self-advocacy and tools for future success.

Location: Library , Room 1202
Phone: 559.278.2811

The Q Clothing Closet  exists to provide FREE clothing to trans and gender-nonconforming folks, and anyone else who might need it. The clothing closet opens during scheduled pop-up shops that are announced under our Q Clothing closet tab here