Other Resources

below are additional on and off-campus resources

On-Campus Resources

  • YOU at CSU Fullerton is a virtual wellness platform designed to help students threefold: 1) to succeed, 2) to thrive,  and 3) to matter. Through articles, videos, and CSUF resources, students will enhance their personal health, physical wellness, and mental health. 
  • Titans now have the ability to access a housing-specific educational tool through College Pads, which helps students, faculty, and staff, prepare to review leases, compare off-campus housing options, rent from high-rated landlords, find roommates, and sublet existing units. The Cal State Fullerton community can visit CSU Fullerton Off-Campus Housing Resource for more information. 
  • ASI Food Pantry: The Pantry is a new and permanent program to the CSUF campus that serves to distribute foods and support students facing food insecurity. The Pantry's inventory rotates between various food items; typically offering a variety of non-perishable foods, canned goods, and fresh produce. There are no requirements or qualifications for students to use this service and scheduling an appointment is quick and easy! If there are any questions, please email asifoodpantry@fullerton.edu or call (657) 278-8756. 
    For more information and to schedule an appointment, please visit ASI's website.
  • Financial Aid ServicesPDF File
  • Ask Financial Aid QuestionsPDF File
  • CSUF Center for Healthy Neighborhoods Community Resources

Off-Campus Resources

  • CalFresh Application
    CalFresh is a nutrition assistance program that helps individuals and households purchase healthy and nutritious groceries.
  • 211 Orange County for various community resources. 211 is also available for Los Angeles county, San Bernardino county, etc. Look up 211 (+ the county you live in).
  • Applying online for social services such as cash aid, medical services, and other assistance programs based on they county you reside in through MyBenefitsCalWin.
  • Family Resource Centers
  • Housing Resource Guide:PDF File The Housing Resource Guide lists emergency shelters, transitional housing, and low-income rentals in Orange County.
  • To seek legal advice, visit the California State Bar Association website to explore resources available. 
  • StandUp for Kids is offering hygiene products and food pantry staples (and some frozen proteins) for youth between the ages of 18-24 who are facing homelessness or are unstablely/unsafely housed. StandUp for Kids' priority is youth who would like their assistance moving into a better housing situation. They offer a "We Deliver" program, which provides contactless delivery for the youth they serve. They also have several housing programs available for these youth. Specific grants in Irivine, Garden Grove, and Anaheim offer up to 6 months' rental support, and they have links to other housing resources as well. 

    To access these resources, students can call the office at (714) 356-5437. Calls are returned during regular business hours. 
    For rapid response to housing needs,  complete this referral formPDF File and send it to  ochousingcm@standupforkids.org   (Elle Martinez). She can also answer any questions you have on housing support. 
  • Home Share OC will match older adults (55+) with a spare room in their home with college students seeking affordable housing. In exchange for reduced rent, the student will provide up to 5 hours of companionship and/or assistance with completing light household tasks. The term of each program agreement is customized to match each home share match. Both home providers and students must be willing to make reasonable financial and social agreements. All students will have their private bedroom, access to a bathroom and kitchen, and space in the kitchen to cook and store food in exchange for receiving an affordable rental cost. For more information, visit Home Share OC or email info@his-oc.org 
  • Under the new Affordable Care Act, domestic students will be eligible for either no-cost, public insurance under the newly expanded Medi-Cal program, OR heavily discounted (subsidized) private insurance purchased through Covered California. More information can be accessed at the following links about these options:
  • There are various locations in Orange County that offer not only assistance in connecting with social services but also food banks, parenting programs, health education. For more information, please contact our office at (657) 278-3583 or basicneeds@fullerton.edu.