CSUF Campus Resources


Career And Volunteer Services 

Career Center
Location: LH- 208   (657) 278-3121 
College Career Specialists assist students with major and career exploration, resume/CV and cover letter development and more.

Community Service & Leadership Programs (CSLP)
This center serves as a resource center working to connect individuals and groups with the broad range of organizations needing volunteers.

Center for Internships & Community Engagement
Contact: CICE (657) 278-3746  
The Center encourages students to become aware of current community issues through service projects that enhance the learning goals of specific courses.

Student Health Services

Counseling and Psychological Services
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Location: SHCC 
Make an appointment:  (657) 278-3040   
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) can help students improve coping skills, strengthen personal relationships, navigate the college transition, recover from traumatic experiences, and engage in self-exploration.

Disability Support Services
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Location: UH-101  (657) 278-3112 
The mission of the Office of Disability Support Services is to increase access and retention for students with permanent and temporary disabilities by ensuring equitable treatment in all aspects of campus life.

Health CenterOpens in new window
Location: SHCC 
Make an appointment:  Titan Health Online or call (657) 278-2800

Titan RecreationOpens in new window
(657) 278-7529
If you are a currently enrolled CSUF student, you can sign up for a membership at no charge. Non-enrolled students and CSUF Faculty and Staff have various membership options available. Visit us and activate your membership today!

Tutoring Services

Center for Academic Support in Engineering and Computer Science (CASECS)Opens in new window  
Location:  Computer Science (CS) 201

Computer Science Tutoring Center
Location:  Computer Science (CS) 401
This center provides assistance for students taking computer science 100- or 200-level courses.  All majors are welcomed.

NSM Student Success Center
Location:  McCarthy Hall (MH) 488  (657)278-7082
Free tutoring for Biology, Chemistry/Biochemistry, Mathematics, and some Physics courses

University Learning Center
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Location:  Pollak Library, Second Floor
The University Learning Center provides tutoring services for diverse subjects ranging from math to history.  Walk-ins may be accommodated, but appointments are encouraged.

Writing Center 
Location:  Pollak Library, First Floor  (657)278-3650
Students may receive assistance with essays, grammar, or anything pertaining to English classes.

Additional Services

Admissions & Records
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Admission status, how to apply, financial aid questions, residency status
Location: LH-114  (657) 278-3100

Associated Students, Inc.- ASIOpens in new window
Location: TSU-218  (657) 278-7739

Children Center
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The center serves children from 4 months through the pre-kindergarten year, as well as kindergarteners. 

Diversity Initiatives & Resource Centers
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Find various resource centers on campus that support a diverse student body.
Location: Pollak Library North 203  (657) 278-3234

Financial Aid
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Location: GH-146
Assistance is available from a variety of programs funded by federal and state grants, student loans, student employment opportunities, as well as scholarships provided by the university and private sources.

Guardian Scholars Program for Foster Youth
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This program supports ambitious, college-bound students exiting the foster care system.

NSM Student Success Center
Free walk-in tutoring for Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics.  Access to study space, computers, microwave and refrigerators.  You can also make an appointment to see the graduation specialist, or the retention specialist.  

Pollak Library
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Pollak Library OneSearch for Books, eBooks, Articles, and More!

Resources for Undocumented Students
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There are many resources available to undocumented students such as assistance with the admissions process, financial aid, campus support, and legal support services.

Student Research Opportunities
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Find various resources for pursuing research opportunities on campus and outside Cal State Fullerton.

University PoliceOpens in new window
(657) 278-4308

Veterans Resource CenterOpens in new window
Location: UH-230  (657) 278-4308

WoMen's Center/ Adult Reentry and Parenting Student ProgramsOpens in new window
Location: UH-205  (657) 278-3928

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