Campus Resources

Campus Academic Resource Program: Provides free tutorial and academic support.     

CSU California Pre-Doctoral Program: This program is designed to diversify the pool of university faculty by supporting the doctoral aspirations of students who are upper division undergraduates or graduate students on a California State University campus.       

Early Childhood Education Center: This center assists student parents in attaining their educational goals by providing appropriate care for their young children in a high-quality, convenient and affordable educational setting.   

Educational Opportunity Program: EOP is a comprehensive program designed to provide students with outreach, admissions, academic, and financial support. Students receive on-going advising, tutoring and workshops designed to increase retention and graduation rates.    

English Tutoring Center: Provides academic support to undergraduate students enrolled in English composition, reading and English as a Second Language (ESL) courses.    

Guardian Scholars: This program creates a vibrant community to engage current and former foster youth to attain college degrees, stable housing and career path employment.         

Hope Fund Crisis Loan: SF State has established the SF State HOPE Fund (HOPE: Help, Opportunity & Pathway to Empowerment), a fund that assists students with financial support when they need it most.   

Metro College Success Program: Metro offers personalized support for college success through in-class academic support and tutoring your first two years at SF State.    

SF State Scholarship Search: Here you will find a list of internal and external scholarships available. You will find under each scholarship if they require citizenship status.     

Tech Central: Free anti-virus software to SF State students.      

Transfer Articulation Bridge Program: Supports first generation low-income students successfully transfer to a four-year university.    

Project Connect: Exists to empower and involve the student body to promote higher education and facilitate graduation for low income and historically underrepresented communities. It provides scholarships and a free book loan program.   

Queer and Trans Resource Center: The center is open to all students who wish to join in our efforts to promote awareness and understanding of LGBTQQIA-related identities, issues and culture.   

Richard Oaks Multicultural Center: This center is a space for cultural events and discussions that focus on everything from inspirational leaders to commemorative months.   

Student Health Services: Provides free and low cost health services to SF State students. You can find a complete list of cost here.  

The Women’s Center: A resource, referral and educational program for the campus community which deals specifically with issues concerning the lives of women.   

VITA: Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program is a national IRS program that provides free tax return preparation to low-income, elderly, limited English proficient and disabled individuals.