We hope that you and your loved ones are well. Below you will find a list of student services available to you. Please know that the university remains committed to delivering the student experience that you deserve, even as we connect in a predominantly virtual environment.
Be well, be joyous!
Division of Student Affairs
|Department/Program||Link to Virtual Service||Description of Virtual Service|
|African American Resource Center||
|This virtual hangout is a dedicated space for frequent visitors of the African American Resource Center. Students, faculty and staff are welcome to join the hangout to engage in community.|
|Asian Pacific American Resource Center||
|The Asian Pacific American Resource Center fosters the holistic development of its Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community through caring, culturally responsive theory driven practices, and by encouraging the engagement of its campus AAPI community, resource centers, affiliated partnerships, community leaders, and allies whose reach may extend statewide, nationally, and internationally.|
|Associated Students Inc., CSUF||
Associated Students Inc. Homepage
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|The Associated Students provides for student governance, shared governance of the university, programming of student activities, funding of campus organizations and athletics, and the operation of a nationally accredited child development center. ASI provides student development opportunities through leadership, volunteer, and employment experiences. In addition, the Associated Students provides campus community members with important social, cultural, and recreational opportunities, as well as, a wide range of programs and services. The Associated Students encourages and supports the activities of all CSUF recognized student organizations whose activities stimulate individual and group participation within the university community.|
|Athletics Academic Services||Advisement, Tutoring and Titan DEGREE Program||Athletics Academic Services is offering the following services and programming virtually: Academic Advisement, Academic Counseling, Tutoring, and the Titan DEGREE (Division I, Eligibility, Graduation, Retention, Engage, Empower) Program.|
|Career Center||Career Center Website||Virtual Scheduled Career Counseling Appointments; Live Drop-in Chats with Career Coaches; Online Workshops via Zoom; Online Virtual Resources: Vmock Resume prep, Titan Connection Jobs Database, Roadtrip Nation, Ferguson Career Guidance Database, Mock Interview Practice, Virtual Career Guide|
|Center for Internships & Community Engagement||Center for Internships & Community Engagement Homepage||Please visit the Center for Internships & Community Engagement website for information and processes regarding academic internships and service-learning courses.|
|Center for Scholars||Center for Scholars Updates and Resources||The Center for Scholars continues to host academic and career advising; provide resources for academic and basic needs; scholarships for educational and basic needs purposes; Counseling and Psychological Services (liaison); and monthly scholar meetings.|
|Counseling and Psychological Services||Counseling and Psychological Services Homepage||The Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) is providing 24/7 crisis phone sessions at (657) 278-3040. In addition, CAPS counselors are continuing therapy sessions for current CAPS students. Students are also encouraged to visit: https://you.fullerton.edu – a new virtual wellness platform. YOU@Fullerton provides evidence-based articles, videos, and relevant CSUF resources that support your personal goals and general wellness.|
|Dean of Students||
|The Office of the Dean of Students will be working remotely until otherwise noted in order to practice social distancing as currently recommended by the CDC. During this time, voice mail and email will be checked regularly throughout the day, but it may take us slightly longer than usual to respond. Rest assured that we will do our best to respond within one business day to all calls and emails. We will continue to meet with students through virtual platforms and will be contacting students individually with details.
|Disability Support Services||
Disability Support Services Homepage
DSS Virtual Instruction Resources for Faculty
|Disability Support Services (DSS) is available to support you and answer any questions or concerns that you may have during this time! DSS staff will be responding to emails and inquiries remotely and meeting with students via Zoom during our usual 8am - 5pm business hours. We also have virtual resources and support available for students and faculty on our website.|
|Diversity Initiatives and Resource Centers||
Diversity Initiatives and Resource Centers Homepage
|The DIRC Staff is telecommuting and creating opportunities for students to stay connected and engaged through virtual formats.|
|Educational Opportunity Program||Educational Opportunity Program on Instagram||EOP Admissions: Working remotely and processing EOP applications; EOP Services: EOP counselors working remotely and meeting with students via technology. Peer Mentors connecting with their mentees via email and Zoom.|
Educational Partnerships - McNair Scholars
Educational Partnerships - Upward Bound
Educational Partnerships - Talent Search
|Educational Partnerships provides opportunities aimed at helping students progress onto college and be successful throughout the higher education pipeline. We believe in fostering collaborative relationships with schools, districts, and community organizations to provide enriching educational experiences that impact the lives of students, especially those who come from first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented backgrounds.|
|Health Services||Student Health Services Homepage||Health Services (HS) is the organization responsible for the health care of the students on campus. Students are encouraged to be a partner in their health and health care and to engage in conversations with their health care providers about treatment options and alternatives, effective prevention techniques and strategies, and appropriate testing, results and medications. HS is fully accredited by the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care.
|Housing and Residential Engagement||Housing and Residential Engagement Programming||Residential Engagement Programming- to be shared with residential students via RAs; Zoom Conference appointments for current and future students with full-time staff|
|Latinx Community Resource Center||
|The Latinx Community Resource Center will continue to host virtual community hangouts. The CSUF community can join to discuss, hangout, and play online games. Virtual community guidelines are expected to be followed.|
|LGBT Queer Resource Center||
|LGBTQ+ students, staff, faculty, and allies continue to have the chance to connect and engage with the community. Hours are held Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.|
|Male Success Initiative-Fullerton||
Male Success Initiative Homepage
The MSI-Fullerton Team remains available via online and limited telephone services M-F from 8am - 5pm. Our team has transitioning all essential academic & retention based services to virtual modes which currently included: all scholarship support and academic coaching services, key MSI-Fullerton retention based programming, and altered versions of the MSI Pillars of Potential Curriculum via passive & interactive virtual practices for all current brothers (MSI-Scholars & Fellows).
To increase virtual engagement, we have created a temporary “ MSI-Virtual Services ” webpage.
Refer to this webpage prior to communicating with the MSI-Fullerton department during our temporary telecommuting period. If you have questions outside of what is covered in this document, please contact us directly primarily via email at email@example.com .
|Office of Financial Aid||Office of Financial Aid Homepage||
Financial Aid full-service phone center: (657) 278-3125
The Office of Financial Aid has several virtual Service Platforms:
|Outreach & Recruitment||
Outreach & Recruitment Homepage
|Prospective and newly admitted students are able to make Zoom appointments to chat with an Outreach & Recruitment Counselor to discuss Next Steps and other pertinent questions related to on-boarding. They can take a virtual tour of campus. They can participate in virtual webinars or watch videos about CSUF to decide whether this is their school of choice.|
|Student Health Center||Student Health Center Homepage||
The Student Health Center is available for COVID-19 phone consultations for students by calling (657) 278-2800. The Student Health Center can provide phone appointments, information on home care for COVID-19 related symptoms, information about self-isolation, and testing information.
|Student Life & Leadership||Student Life & Leadership Homepage||
Student Life & Leadership offers multiple involvement opportunities for students including: Campus Activities, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Clubs & Organizations, Club Sports, Community Service & Leadership Programs, and Venue Reservations.
Students are encouraged to get involved with Student Life & Leadership programs and services to explore the co-curricular activities outside of the classroom and enhance their Titan Experience.
|Titan Dreamers Resource Center||
The Titan Dreamers Resource Center continues to provide a place of scholarship, support, and advocacy, even while we connect remotely. Follow us on Instagram (@csuf_tdrc) for more.
Fall 2020 National Recreation Movement
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Student Recreation Center
Titan Recreation is a part of Associated Students Inc. (ASI) at California State University, Fullerton. Collegerank.net named the Student Recreation Center (SRC) one of the 35 most luxurious student recreation centers in the United States. With everything from an indoor rock wall to a martial arts studio, the SRC has something for everyone. Our mission is to provide innovative and inclusive recreational opportunities to inspire the development and well-being of the student and campus community. Our vision is impactful participation in recreation by all.
|TitanWell||TitanWell Homepage||TitanWell is responsible for the promotion of healthy choices and behaviors amongst our diverse Titan community. Through individual counseling, group presentations, outreach events, and peer-to-peer education, we’re here for you.|
|Title IX||Title IX Homepage||In order to make sure Cal State Fullerton is in compliance with Title IX, the Title IX and Gender Equity Office is responsible for ensuring that all programs and activities at Cal State Fullerton are free from sex and gender-based discrimination.|
|TRIO Student Support Services||Student Support Services Homepage||Academic and general advising for Student Support Services program participants via zoom and phone. Appointments are made through Calendly links to the counselor calendars.|
|Tuffy's Basic Needs Services Center||Tuffy's Basic Needs Services Online||Tuffy’s Basic Needs Services Center (TBNSC) continues to support students virtually. Students can receive referrals to housing and food insecure resources and students can submit emergency grant requests. Also, students can pick up hygiene products at the Student Health Center. Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Tuffy's Graduation Scholars Scholars||Tuffy's Graduation Scholars Homepage||
Tuffy’s Graduation Scholars serves students who are currently active in the Tuffy’s Graduation Scholar Program. Scholars with general questions can reach out to us via e-mail at email@example.com or drop-in hours at our Virtual Office Desk. All of our contact information can be found on our website: www.fullerton.edu/tgs/contactus
|Veterans Resource Center||Veterans Resource Center Online||The Veterans Resource Center has developed the following since transitioning to online student support services: A comprehensive FAQ Sheet was developed and posted to the website and emailed to every military-connected student veteran; signature blocks are updated with current information; a text messaging service was implemented for emergency updates and changes. The VRC is currently developing a social media campaign to engage and inform military-connected students on the current status of the center, university, and nation.|
|WoMen's and Adult Reentry Center||
WoMen's and Adult Reentry Center Homepage
|The WoMen's and Adult Reentry Center is offering free and confidential advocacy appointments via phone or via video conferencing during this time of campus closure. Out of care for health and safety as well as recommendations from health agencies to limit the exposure and/or transmission of COVID-19, advocacy services will be limited to emotional support, case management, safety planning, assistance with academic accommodations, and referrals to campus or community resources. At this time, we can assist with explaining and answering questions about the Title IX and legal reporting processes, but will only be providing virtual accompaniment for Title IX cases. **Subject to Change**|
|YOU@Fullerton||YOU@Fullerton is CSUF’s new virtual wellness platform created for YOU! It provides evidence-based articles, videos, and relevant resources to support your personal goals, mental health, and physical wellness. To begin, visit: you.fullerton.edu.|