Student Resource List for Advisors

Please download our printable resource list PDF for referring students to departments on campus. For a more comprehensive list of campus resources, please visit our Student Resources webpage.

Academic Affairs Department Phone Location Description
Academic Advising & Retention Services 4-2129 SSC Provides advising and retention services for progression towards a Bachelor's degree and potential post-bac work.
Educational Opportunity Program 4-2637 SSC Designed to improve student academic support of low-income and educationally disadvantaged students.
First Year Experience 4-2447 Clark Hall 105 Comprised of MUSE, Developmental Math & Academic English Programs.
Peer Connections 4-2587 Student Services Center (SSC) Skills assessment, ind/group tutoring, learning assistance, summer academic prep & basic skills development.
Undergraduate Studies 4-2447 Admin 159 Processes academic petitions, oversees special majors.
Writing Center 4-2308 Clark Hall 126 Offers tutoring and workshops tailored to the needs of individuals and groups.
College Advising Centers Phone Location  
ACCESS Success Center 408-924-5363 Clark Hall, Room 240  
Business Student Advising Center 4-3435 BBC 8  
CASA Student Success Center (CSSC) 4-2910 MacQuarrie Hall (MH) 533  
College of Applied Sciences and Arts      
College of Science Advising Center 4-5193 DH 213  
Engineering Student Success Center 4-3990 Eng. 344  
Visual Arts Advising center 4-5095 Art. 118  
Student Affairs Department Phone Location Description
ASPIRE Program 4-2540 SSC Retention program for low income, first generation in college, or registered with a disability.
Associated Students 4-6240 Student Union Houses campus recreation, childcare, community action, government, print shop and transportation solutions
Bursar's Office 4-1601 SSC Collects student fees, issues Tower Card, & establishes payment arrangements.
Career Center 4-6031 MOSAIC MOD F & Admin. 255, Clark Hall Assistance with finding a major, resumes, internships, jobs, interviews and career planning.
Counseling Services 4-5910 Admin Bldg. 201 Provides free personal, educational and crisis counseling, groups and workshops, referral and consultation services.
Accessible Education Center  4-6000 Admin Bldg. 110 Provides advising, adaptive technology, learning disability services, disabled parking permits & test accommodations.
Financial Aid & Scholarship Office 283-7500 SSC Awards grants, scholarships, loans and Federal Work Study.
Graduate Admissions & Program Evaluations 4-2480 SSC Admissions and university level program requirements for graduate students.
Health Center 4-6120 Health Bldg. Provides quality, convenient, affordable medical care and health education to registered students.
Housing Services 795-5600 Campus Village Provides housing options for students, faculy & staff.
McNair Scholars Program 4-2540 SSC Encourages low income, first gen. and/or underrepresented students to pursue doctoral study.
MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center 4-6255 Student Union, 3rd floor Provides resources and services for students or groups involved in multicultural inclusiveness activities.
Ombudsman 4-5985 Admin Bldg. 218 An impartial party to receive complaints, provide information, facilitate communication, and offer conflict resolution between students & the university community.
Registrar 283-7500 SSC Assists with transcripts, enrollment & GPA verification, and info about residency.
Student Conduct & Ethical Development 4-5985 Admin Bldg. 218 Provides info about Conduct Code including academic and non academic violations. Schedules hearings.
Student Health Center
4-6122
Student Health Center The Student Health Center provides medical care to students enrolled at SJSU. 
Student Involvement 4-5950 Clark Hall 140 Info about co-curricular life at SJSU including clubs, greek life and leadership.