Student Affairs provides student-centered programs, services and opportunities that empower students to achieve the greatest potential in their academic, personal, and professional lives. This page links to many Student Affairs programs.
Did you know that you can speak to an academic advisor at anytime on a walk-in basis? Meeting with an academic advisor is a great way to plan your courses at CSUF. To maximize your valuable time, plan ahead and visit the Academic Advisement Center during non-registration periods.
Make it a practice to talk to a librarian about your research. There are different ways to get help, including the 24/7 chat research help, in person help at the reference desk, and by appointment.
Latino Communications Initiative (LCI) is a workforce preparedness program that supports the development of U.S. Latino cultural competency through relevant courses, research and a broad spectrum of educational opportunities. LCI continues to build a pipeline of talented Latino millennials who are career-ready. Many LCI students are first-generation college students who find life-changing training, internship connections and mentorships during their course of study.
The Center for Careers in Teaching (CCT)
This is your first stop if you want to be an educator. Your options are limitless so we are here to guide you on this road to teaching. The CCT offers academic advisment, career planning and more!
The Male Success Initiative aims to empower and support male students through rigorous academic and personal support over the course of their college careers. The Male Success Initiative (MSI) is working to improve both their educational and economic opportunities for the betterment of their families and communities.
The Abrego Future Scholars Program along with dedicated faculty and staff provide students support services such as academic advising, student life activities, mentoring, campus-wide connections, and the necessary tools to ensure their success.
One-stop website with links to many to organizations, groups, and other college resources.
A resource page with more links to various campus resources centers and organizations, including resources for AB540 students, Titan Radio, the Dean's List, and more.
Associated Students CSUF (JOBS)
The Associated Students, CSUF, Inc. employs approximately 300 students each semester in clerical, technical, recreational, and operational positions, in addition to 55 staff employees, providing opportunities to work in a variety of ASI programs including the Children's Center, Titan Recreation, and the Titan Student Union.
Learn about the Career Center's services and resources by watching the video and searching the FAQs on this link.