Resources for AB540 Students

Off Campus

  • Cal Dream Act

AB540 Students may qualify for state and institutional financial aid, but must apply between January 1st and March 2nd annually.  Students also need to follow up with their local financial aid office.

www.caldreamact.org
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  • Scholarships

All AB540 students must apply for scholarships offered through their college or university.  To apply, students must contact their institutional scholarship office.

www.csufresno.edu/scholarships

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  • Education & Leadership Foundation (559) 291-5428

4290 E. Ashlan Ave Fresno CA 93726

Provides scholarships, professional development internships, employment opportunities, and assistance for Deferred Action (DACA) to students who qualify to apply for their work permit.

http://www.education-leadership.org
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  • Teaching Fellows Foundation (559) 224-9200

Provides employment opportunities during after school programs in Fresno and surrounding areas.

http://ctff.us/
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  • Encourage Tomorrow (559) 233-2380

Provides employment in after school programs and home tutoring.

http://encouragetomorrow.org
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  • SER Jobs for Progress (559) 452-0881

407 S. Clovis Avenue, Suite #109 Fresno, CA 93727
d.munguia@yahoo.com

Provides educational programs, including GED for adults and out of school youth.
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  • PROTEUS Inc. (559) 485-5600

Provides education, training, and scholarships for students and farm workers.

http://www.proteusinc.org
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  • Central Valley Child Services Network (559) 256-0943

Provides assistance with day care for students.

http://www.cvcsn.org
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  • IN Roads (314) 241-7488

Provides career related training programs for college students.

http://www.info@INROADS.org
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  • El Concilio Immigration Project (559) 485-0679

Provides immigration support services at a minimum cost.

http://www.fresnoalliance.com/ElConcilio/
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  • California Rural Legal Assistance (559) 441-8721

Provides legal assistance for farm workers.

http://www.crla.org/long divider

  • Centro La Familia (559) 237-2961

Provides family counseling for domestic violence and more.

 http://www.centrolafamilia.org
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  • Fresno County Economic Opportunity Commission                   (559) 263-1000                                

Provides training and educational programs for adults in Fresno County. All counties have similar programs.

http://www.fresnoeoc.org
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  • Association of Mexican American Educators  

Provides scholarships for graduating high school seniors and college students.

sefeliz@aol.com
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  • USA Jobs

Provides employment and internship opportunities for US Citizens, Permanent Residents, and DACA qualified students.

http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/
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  • The Maddy Institute

Provides internships and community service opportunities for college students.

http://www.maddyinstitute.org/govt/internships/index.html
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  • Hispanic College Fund

This is a national scholarship program.

http://www.hispanicfund.org/z
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  • Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships for college students.

www.hsf.net
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  • Latino College Dollars

This is a national scholarship program, targeting Latino students.

 http://www.latinocollegedollars.org/
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  • Salvadoran American Leadership Fund (SALEF)

Provides scholarships for students from El Salvador.

http://www.salef.org/
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  • University Migrant Services (559) 278-5750  

UMS provides retention, supportive, and professional development services to migrant and AB540 students enrolled at California State University, Fresno.

http://ums.csufresno.edu/
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  • Advising Services (559) 278-1787  

The office of Advising Services can assist you in undeclared major advising, General Education advising, and academic petition procedures. We can also help you decide upon your major, assist you with general academic problem-solving, and give you appropriate referrals. We are also available to explain university policies and procedures.

http://www.csufresno.edu/studentaffairs/programs/advising/
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  • Ag ONE (559) 278-4266

In 1979, several faculty, alumni and friends of the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology had a million-dollar idea -- to start a foundation that would benefit, promote and support the college and its programs.

http://www.agonefoundation.org/

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  • Associated Students (559) 278-2656

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is the recognized student body government organization at California State University, Fresno. Through ASI, you are able to participate in the governance of California State University, Fresno, foster awareness of student opinions on campus issues, assist in the protection of student rights, and take advantage of programs and services that meet your needs as students.

http://asi.csufresno.edu/home.html
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  • CA Mini Corps (559) 278-0359

The California Mini-Corps Program is a state wide program that started in 1967. The idea for a corps of people from a rural-migrant background to work not only in the summer schools but also in the regular school year was born and put into action in 1974. The school year programs evolved from the Mini-Corps summer program.

http://education.csufresno.edu/mini_corps/
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  • Career Services (559) 278-2381

Career Services is a resource on campus to help you with all aspects of your career planning and job search.

http://www.csufresno.edu/careers/ 
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  • Community Service (559) 278-7079

The Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning program promotes the value of community service to students, faculty, and staff.  CESL represents the university in activities that establish service-oriented partnerships with other educational institutions and the community we serve.

http://www.csufresno.edu/cesl/
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  • Computer Resource Center (559) 278-4989

The Computer Resource Center strives to progress to keep up with technology in order to evolve and continue to meet the needs of the department.

http://www.craig.csufresno.edu/crc/
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  • Continuing and Global Education (559) 278-0333

The Division of Continuing and Global Education includes the Extension Programs Office, where you will find a variety of credit and non-credit opportunities for those seeking to continue their education through workshops, weekend courses, certificate programs, children's programs, Open University, and travel study, as well as the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.

http://www.csufresno.edu/cge/
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  • Dog Days New Student Orientation (559) 278-4885

New Student Orientation is the first step towards a successful experience at Fresno State! All new undergraduate students are expected to attend orientation prior to their first semester. Orientation is designed not only to help you get familiar with Fresno State but to help you begin your journey towards graduation.

http://www.csufresno.edu/studentaffairs/programs/dogdays/
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  • Early Education and Care Services (559) 278-0225

The Human Development Center provides support for instruction and also includes specialized services for clientele ranging in age from infant through adult. This center is comprised of two major areas: the Early Childhood Education Center and the Clinic.

http://www.csufresno.edu/kremen/centers/joyce_huggins.shtml
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  • Education Opportunity Center (559) 278-2280

The ultimate purpose of the Educational Opportunity Center is to provide information regarding financial and academic assistance available for individuals who desire to pursue a program of postsecondary education and to provide assistance to individuals in applying for admission to institutions that offer programs of postsecondary education, including assistance in preparing necessary applications for use by admissions and financial aid officers.

http://www.csufresno.edu/eoc/ 
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  • Education Opportunity Program 559) 278-1787

The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) provides an array of services to support first-generation, low-income, educationally disadvantaged college students. EOP is now admitting AB540 Students.

http://www.csufresno.edu/studentaffairs/programs/eop/
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  • Educational Talent Search (559) 278-2276

The Central California Educational Talent Search Program is an outreach program designed to provide services that will assist eligible participants complete their secondary education and prepare for college. The goal of the program is to identify, encourage and assist potentially able students as early as possible.

http://www.csufresno.edu/talentsearch/
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  • Financial Aid (559) 278-2182

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

http://www.csufresno.edu/studentaffairs/programs/financialaid/
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  • Health Services (559) 278-2734

A satellite office of the Student Health Center to educate and empower Fresno State students to form and maintain healthy lifestyles

 http://www.csufresno.edu/health/
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  • Health Career Opportunities Program (559) 278-4748

At California State University, Fresno, the Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) prepares diverse students from disadvantaged backgrounds to address the current and future demands of health care for this growing population.

http://www.csufresno.edu/hcop/
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  • Honors College (559) 278-8160

The honors programs provide you with a full scholarship and supportive services throughout your undergraduate experience.  It is highly comparative.  Please apply on time and do a great job.  

http://honors.csufresno.edu/
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  • Institute for International Credential Evaluations (559) 278-7622

The Institute of International Credentials Evaluation (IICE) provides statements of U.S. educational equivalency of foreign educated persons who need such statements for educational, employment, immigration and other purposes.

http://www.csufresno.edu/issp/home/index.shtml
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  • International Programs/ Study Abroad (559) 278-6452

The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges is committed to assisting Fresno State students and faculty in learning about and participating in international activities both on campus and abroad.

http://www.csufresno.edu/studyabroad/
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  • Learning Center (559) 278-3052

We are the most comprehensive academic support center at California State University, Fresno with tutoring in twenty subject areas, a semester-long series of Academic Success Workshops, academic coaching, study space, and Supplemental Instruction.

http://www.csufresno.edu/lc/
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  • Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (559) 278-4748

(LSAMP) program is aimed at increasing the quality and quantity of students successfully completing science, technology, engineering and mathematics

http://www.csufresno.edu/lsamp/
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  • MESA (559) 278-2976

MESA has encouraged students—especially those from underserved populations—to learn about math, engineering, and science in new and exciting ways.

http://mesa.csufresno.edu/index.shtml
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  • McNair Program (559) 278-2946

McNair Program is designed to encourage low-income individuals who are first-generation college students and / or traditionally underrepresented in graduate education to pursue doctoral study.

http://www.csufresno.edu/mcnair/
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  • Pathways/MEP (559) 278-2976

The Lyles College of Engineering's Pathways: Student Services is a one-stop student resource center within the Lyles College of Engineering. Pathways provides a broad range of services and programs to prospective students, current students, and alumni.

http://www.csufresno.edu/engineering/pathways/index.shtml
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  • POLICE (559) 278-8400

The men and women of this department are committed to providing a safe and secure environment that fosters collaborative partnerships and trusting relationships.

http://www.csufresno.edu/police/
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  • Scholarships (559) 278-6572

California State University Fresno awards over a thousand scholarships totaling more than 2.5 million dollars to incoming and continuing students.

http://www.csufresno.edu/scholarships/
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  • Services for Students with Disabilities (559)278-2811

SSD office provides counseling, registration assistance, blue curb parking, orientation, and advocates with off-campus agencies.

http://www.csufresno.edu/ssd/
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  • Student Activities/Involvement (559) 278-2741

The Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development provides services, programs and co-curricular educational activities that give students the opportunity to develop skills and expand their knowledge. 

http://www.csufresno.edu/studentactivities/
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  • Student Support Services (559) 278-1000

Its purpose is to provide academic support services to assist undergraduate participants to remain in college and reach the goal of graduation.

http://www.csufresno.edu/sss/
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  • Teacher Recruitment Programs (559) 278-0256

The Office of Teacher Recruitment (OTR) within the Kremen School of Education and Human Development serves future teachers pursuing bilingual, special education, multiple- and single-subject teaching credentials.

http://teach.csufresno.edu/ 
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  • Testing Services (559) 278-2457

The primary mission of the Office of Testing Services is to assess student's academic skills so as to enhance their opportunity to achieve academic success. (EPT/ELM, CBEST, CSET,UDWE, GRE,…)

 http://www.csufresno.edu/testing/
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  • University Outreach Services (559) 278-2048

They Provide campus tours, school and collage presentations and personal assistance.

http://www.csufresno.edu/studentaffairs/programs/outreach/
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  • USDA/HSINP (559) 278-8311

Provides paid internships in a wide variety of majors.

http://www.hsi.usda.gov/Programs&Services/CollegeStudents.htm
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  • Food Security Program

Food insecurity is a growing issue on college campuses. Fresno State is working hard to make sure that food insecurity isn't a problem on our campus. Students should not have to worry about where their next meal is coming from. The Food Security Project has several initiatives to help meet the needs of students experiencing food insecurity. The Food Security Project is made up of 7 initiatives:

  • Meal Buxx
  • Fresno State Student Cupboard
  • Education and Resources
  • Mobile App
  • Good Samaritan Fund

http://www.fresnostate.edu/studentaffairs/foodsecurity/

OFF CAMPUS

 

       Cal Dream Act

AB540 Students may qualify for state and institutional financial aid, but must apply between January 1st and March 2nd annually.  Students also need to follow up with their local financial aid office. 

www.caldreamact.org

 

  • Scholarships

All AB540 students must apply for scholarships offered through their college or university.  To apply, students must contact their institutional scholarship office. 

www.csufresno.edu/scholarships

 

       Education & Leadership Foundation                                           (559) 291-5428

Provides scholarships, professional development internships, employment opportunities, and assistance for Deferred Action (DACA) to students who qualify to apply for their work permit.

4290 E. Ashlan Ave Fresno CA 93726

http://www.education-leadership.org

 

       Teaching Fellows Foundation                                                       (559) 224-9200

Provides employment opportunities during after school programs in Fresno and surrounding areas.

http://ctff.us/ 

 

       Encourage Tomorrow                                                                      (559) 233-2380

Provides employment in after school programs and home tutoring.

      http://encouragetomorrow.org

 

       SER Jobs for Progress                                                                     (559) 452-0881

Provides educational programs, including GED for adults and out of school youth.

      407 S. Clovis Avenue, Suite #109 Fresno, CA 93727

      d.munguia@yahoo.com

 

  • PROTEUS Inc.                                                                                 (559) 485-5600

Provides education, training, and scholarships for students and farm workers.  

      http://www.proteusinc.org

       

 

       Central Valley Child Services Network                                      (559) 256-0943

Provides assistance with day care for students.

http://www.cvcsn.org

     

                                             

       IN Roads                                                                                           (314) 241-7488

Provides career related training programs for college students.

      http://www.info@INROADS.org

     

       El Concilio Immigration Project                                                   (559) 485-0679

Provides immigration support services at a minimal cost.

            http://www.fresnoalliance.com/ElConcilio/

     

                     

       California Rural Legal Assistance                                                (559) 441-8721

Provides legal assistance for farm workers

      http://www.crla.org/

 

 

  • Centro La Familia                                                                           (559) 237-2961

      Provides family counseling for domestic violence and more.

      http://www.centrolafamilia.org

       

 

       Fresno County Economic Opportunity Commission                  (559) 263-1000

       Provides training and educational programs for adults in Fresno County. All counties have similar programs.

http://www.fresnoeoc.org

 

       Association of Mexican American Educators                          

sefeliz@aol.com  

Provides scholarships for graduating high school seniors and college students.

 

       USA Jobs Provides employment and internship opportunities for US Citizens, Permanent Residents, and DACA qualified students.

http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/

 

 

       The Maddy Institute

 It provides internships and community service opportunities for college students.

http://www.maddyinstitute.org/govt/internships/index.html

 

 

       Hispanic College Fund:

This is a national scholarship program.

       http://www.hispanicfund.org/

 

  • Hispanic Scholarship Fund:

Provides scholarships for college students.

www.hsf.net

 

       Latino College Dollars:

This is a national scholarship program, targeting Latino students.

      http://www.latinocollegedollars.org/

 

       Salvadoran American Leadership Fund (SALEF)

      Provides scholarships for students from El Salvador.

      http://www.salef.org/

 

 

On- Campus

 

       University Migrant Services                                       (559) 278-5750

      http://ums.csufresno.edu/      

      UMS provides retention, supportive, and professional development services to migrant and AB540 students enrolled at California State University, Fresno.

 

       Advising Services                                              (559) 278-1787

      http://www.csufresno.edu/studentaffairs/programs/advising/     

      The office of Advising Services can assist you in undeclared major advising, General Education advising, and academic petition procedures. We can also help you decide upon your major, assist you with general academic problem-solving, and give you appropriate referrals. We are also available to explain university policies and procedures.

 

       Ag ONE                                                                   (559) 278-4266

      http://www.agonefoundation.org/

      In 1979, several faculty, alumni and friends of the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology had a million-dollar idea -- to start a foundation that would benefit, promote and support the college and its programs.

 

       Associated Students                                                             (559) 278-2656

      http://asi.csufresno.edu/home.html    

      Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is the recognized student body government organization at California State University, Fresno. Through ASI, you are able to participate in the governance of California State University, Fresno, foster awareness of student opinions on campus issues, assist in the protection of student rights, and take advantage of programs and services that meet your needs as students.

 

       CA Mini Corps                                                         (559) 278-0359

      http://education.csufresno.edu/mini_corps/   

      The California Mini-Corps Program is a state wide program that started in 1967. The idea for a corps of people from a rural-migrant background to work not only in the summer schools but also in the regular school year was born and put into action in 1974. The school year programs evolved from the Mini-Corps summer program.

 

       Career Services                                                 (559) 278-2381

      http://www.csufresno.edu/careers/    

      Career Services is a resource on campus to help you with all aspects of your career planning and job search.

 

       Community Service                                          (559) 278-7079

      http://www.csufresno.edu/cesl/         

      The Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning program promotes the value of community service to students, faculty, and staff.  CESL represents the university in activities that establish service-oriented partnerships with other educational institutions and the community we serve.

 

       Computer Resource Center                                 (559) 278-4989

      http://www.craig.csufresno.edu/crc/  

      The Computer Resource Center strives to progress to keep up with technology in order to evolve and continue to meet the needs of the department.

 

       Continuing and Global Education                         (559) 278-0333

      http://www.csufresno.edu/cge/          

      The Division of Continuing and Global Education includes the Extension Programs Office, where you will find a variety of credit and non-credit opportunities for those seeking to continue their education through workshops, weekend courses, certificate programs, children's programs, Open University, and travel study, as well as the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.

 

       Dog Days New Student Orientation                      (559) 278-4885

      http://www.csufresno.edu/studentaffairs/programs/dogdays/           

      New Student Orientation is the first step towards a successful experience at Fresno State! All new undergraduate students are expected to attend orientation prior to their first semester. Orientation is designed not only to help you get familiar with Fresno State but to help you begin your journey towards graduation.

 

       Early Education and Care Services                                    (559) 278-0225

      http://www.csufresno.edu/kremen/centers/joyce_huggins.shtml      

      The Human Development Center provides support for instruction and also includes specialized services for clientele ranging in age from infant through adult. This center is comprised of two major areas: the Early Childhood Education Center and the Clinic.

       Education Opportunity Center                                 (559) 278-2280

      http://www.csufresno.edu/eoc/          

      The ultimate purpose of the Educational Opportunity Center is to provide information regarding financial and academic assistance available for individuals who desire to pursue a program of postsecondary education and to provide assistance to individuals in applying for admission to institutions that offer programs of postsecondary education, including assistance in preparing necessary applications for use by admissions and financial aid officers.

 

       Education Opportunity Program                                        (559) 278-1787

      http://www.csufresno.edu/studentaffairs/programs/eop/      

      The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) provides an array of services to support first-generation, low-income, educationally disadvantaged college students. EOP is now admitting AB540 Students

       Educational Talent Search                                                 (559) 278-2276

      http://www.csufresno.edu/talentsearch/        

      The Central California Educational Talent Search Program is an outreach program designed to provide services that will assist eligible participants complete their secondary education and prepare for college. The goal of the program is to identify, encourage and assist potentially able students as early as possible

 

       Financial Aid                                                                                    (559) 278-2182

      http://www.csufresno.edu/studentaffairs/programs/financialaid/      

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

 

       Health Services                                                                    (559) 278-2734

      http://www.csufresno.edu/health/     

      A satellite office of the Student Health Center to educate and empower Fresno State students to form and maintain healthy lifestyles

 

       Health Career Opportunities Program                             (559) 278-4748

      http://www.csufresno.edu/hcop/       

      At California State University, Fresno, the Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) prepares diverse students from disadvantaged backgrounds to address the current and future demands of health care for this growing population.

       Honors College                                                                     (559) 278-8160

      http://honors.csufresno.edu/  

The honors programs provide you with a full scholarship and supportive services throughout your undergraduate experience.  It is highly comparative.  Please apply on time and do a great job.  

 

       Institute for International Credential Evaluations         (559) 278-7622

      http://www.csufresno.edu/issp/home/index.shtml    

      The Institute of International Credentials Evaluation (IICE) provides statements of U.S. educational equivalency of foreign educated persons who need such statements for educational, employment, immigration and other purposes.

       International Programs/ Study Abroad            (559) 278-6452

      http://www.csufresno.edu/studyabroad/

      The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges is committed to assisting Fresno State students and faculty in learning about and participating in international activities both on campus and abroad.

       Learning Center                                                    (559) 278-3052

      http://www.csufresno.edu/lc/

      We are the most comprehensive academic support center at California State University, Fresno with tutoring in twenty subject areas, a semester-long series of Academic Success Workshops, academic coaching, study space, and Supplemental Instruction.

 

       Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation           (559) 278-4748

      http://www.csufresno.edu/lsamp/     

      (LSAMP) program is aimed at increasing the quality and quantity of students successfully completing science, technology, engineering and mathematics

       MESA                                                                       (559) 278-2976

      http://mesa.csufresno.edu/index.shtml           

      MESA has encouraged students—especially those from underserved populations—to learn about math, engineering, and science in new and exciting ways.

       McNair Program                                                       (559) 278-2946

      http://www.csufresno.edu/mcnair/    

      McNair Program is designed to encourage low-income individuals who are first-generation college students and / or traditionally underrepresented in graduate education to pursue doctoral study.

 

       Pathways/MEP                                                          (559) 278-2976

      http://www.csufresno.edu/engineering/pathways/index.shtml

      The Lyles College of Engineering's Pathways: Student Services is a one-stop student resource center within the Lyles College of Engineering. Pathways provides a broad range of services and programs to prospective students, current students, and alumni.

 

       POLICE                                                                     (559) 278-8400

      http://www.csufresno.edu/police/     

      The men and women of this department are committed to providing a safe and secure environment that fosters collaborative partnerships and trusting relationships.

       Scholarships                                                             (559) 278-6572

      http://www.csufresno.edu/scholarships/       

      California State University Fresno awards over a thousand scholarships totaling more than 2.5 million dollars to incoming and continuing students.

 

       Services for Students with Disabilities                 (559)278-2811

      http://www.csufresno.edu/ssd/

      The SSD office provides counseling, registration assistance, blue curb parking, orientation, and advocates with off-campus agencies.

 

           

       Student Activities/Involvement                              (559) 278-2741

      http://www.csufresno.edu/studentactivities/

      The Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development provides services, programs and co-curricular educational activities that give students the opportunity to develop skills and expand their knowledge. 

 

       Student Support Services                                         (559) 278-1000

      http://www.csufresno.edu/sss/          

      Its purpose is to provide academic support services to assist undergraduate participants to remain in college and reach the goal of graduation.

 

       Teacher Recruitment Programs                                 (559) 278-0256

      http://teach.csufresno.edu/     

      The Office of Teacher Recruitment (OTR) within the Kremen School of Education and Human Development serves future teachers pursuing bilingual, special education, multiple- and single-subject teaching credentials.

       Testing Services                                                           (559) 278-2457

      http://www.csufresno.edu/testing/    

      The primary mission of the Office of Testing Services is to assess student's academic skills so as to enhance their opportunity to achieve academic success. (EPT/ELM, CBEST, CSET,UDWE, GRE,…)

 

       University Outreach Services                                       (559) 278-2048

      http://www.csufresno.edu/studentaffairs/programs/outreach/          

      They Provide campus tours, school and collage presentations and personal assistance.

       USDA/HSINP                                                                    (559) 278-8311

      http://www.hsi.usda.gov/Programs&Services/CollegeStudents.htm 

      Provides paid internships in a wide variety of majors.

 

       Food Security Project                                                         (559) 278-0866

      http://www.fresnostate.edu/studentaffairs/foodsecurity

       Food insecurity is a growing issue on college campuses. Fresno State is working hard to make sure that food insecurity isn't a problem on our campus. Students should not have to worry about where their next meal is coming from. The Food Security Project has several initiatives to help meet the needs of students experiencing food insecurity. The Food Security Project is made up of 7 initiatives:

       Meal Buxx

       Fresno State Student Cupboard

       Education and Resources

       Mobile App

       Good Samaritan Fund