Accessible Education Center
Administrative Building 110
(408) 924-6000 (Main Office)
(408) 924-6542 (Deaf and HoH)
(408) 808-2123 (ATC)
The Accessible Education Center (AEC) facilitates provision of accommodations and services for disabled students. Students requesting accommodations on such grounds must be registered with the AEC.
Student Services Center 518
The ASPIRE Program provides opportunities for academic development, assistance students with basic college requirements, and motivating students toward the successful completion of their postsecondary education. Students qualify for the ASPIRE Program if they are low income, first generation in college (neither parent has a degree from an accredited four-year U.S. college or university), or registered with a disability hindering academic performance.
Associated Students Computer Services Center
Upper Level of the Student Union
The Associated Students Computer Services Center (ASCSC) provides free use of desk-top computers on site as well as a low-cost laptop rental program. The Computer Center's service counter has a scanner, copy machines, fax services and printers, and computer repair services are available.
Office of the Registrar
Student Services Center - Window "R"
The Office of the Registrar is responsible for registration, grades, verification of enrollment and degree, official transcripts, residency determinations, reinstatement, undergraduate graduation (which includes diplomas), visitor/concurrent enrollment, Step-to-College, cross-enrollment and document imaging.
Student Services Center 600
Peer Connections staff and peer tutors are trained and nationally certified to tutor students in course content and teach them learning skills to achieve academic excellence. Peer mentors are trained and nationally certified as guides to assist students navigating the sometimes unclear paths to their degree.
Administrative Building 218
The University Ombudsman provides impartial and confidential consultation to members of the campus community who are concerned about a situation or issue. The Ombudsperson helps interpret SJSU policies and procedures, clarifies issues and generates options for resolution, and recommends actions and makes referrasl to on-campus resources.
Industrial Studies 238
The testing office provides proctoring services for exam(s) from other institutions and professional organizations, and various University-level evaluations including TEA, CLEP, CBE, and the WST. The Testing Office also provides make-up examinations for courses taken at SJSU on a case-by-case basis.
Clark Hall Suite 126
The Writing Center offer a variety of resources to help students become better writers, from one-on-one tutoring sessions to a variety of writing workshops. All services are free to SJSU students. You can schedule a tutoring appointment through the Center's Online Reservation System or by calling (408) 924-2308 Mon-Thurs, 9:30-5:30 or Fri 9:30-2pm.
Student Union 1360
The African-American/Black Student Success Center’s primary mission is retaining, empowering, and successfully graduating African-American/Black students at SJSU. Students are welcome to meet with the Program Director, Faculty Fellow-in-Residence and Student Success Interns at their convenience.
Student Union 1550
Established by Associated Students in July 2005, the Cesar E. Chavez Community Action Center(CCCAC) at San Jose State University provides a platform that encourages and supports civic engagement and advocacy with hopes to contributing to a more just society and producing the next generation of philanthropist and social justice practitioners.
Student Union 1340
The Chicanx/Latinx Student Success Center builds coalitions with students, campus departments, and community partners to leverage our collective assets, and develop complementary strategies in pursuit of Chicanx/Latinx student Success.
Clark Hall, 1st Floor
The Educational Opportunity Program is designed to improve student academic support of first-generation, low-income and educationally disadvantaged students. The program provides admission, academic, and financial assistance to EOP-eligible undergraduate students considered California residents or AB540 students.
Student Union, First Level, Room 1650
SJSU's Gender Equity Center advocates for social justice, respect, and safety for all members of the San José State University community. The Center works to empower students and to educate the campus community about issues experienced by people because of their gender, gender identity, and/or their perceived gender/gender identity, through an intersectional lens.
Clark Hall 128
The Guardian Scholars Program provides holistic support services for former and current foster youth, wards of the court, unaccompanied homeless youth, and youth under legal guardianship, under the Educational Opportunity Program.
MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center
Student Union, Main Floor
MOSAIC provides a safe and welcoming environment which honors and celebrates diversity. They offer support, advocacy for historically under-represented groups, leadership opportunities, and intentional programming that focuses on critical thought, social justice, and cultural empowerment for the SJSU community
Student Union, Main Floor
SJSU's PRIDE Center supports LGBTIQQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Questioning, Ally) students of San José State University. Through dynamic programming and educational outreach, the PRIDE Center seeks to improve the campus climate for LGBTIQQA students and advocates for the respect and safety of all members of the campus community.
Affordable Textbook Program
This program is geared towards students receiving financial aid grants. Students who meet program criteria may apply for a textbook rental voucher in the first two weeks of the fall and spring semesters. Vouchers are provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
9th Street Garage - Student Services Center
The Bursar's Office processes the collection and disbursement of funds for students, employees, and external agencies. The Bursar's Office handles student fee payments, disburse scholarship and alternative loan checks, sells Commuter and Housing parking permits, provides financial counseling and establishes payment arrangements for balances owed to the university.
9th Street Garage - Student Services Center
The Financial Aid and Scholarship Office connects students with federal and state funding, campus scholarship opportunities, and other off campus resources. The Financial Aid and Scholarship Office processes grants, loans, the federal work study process, and scholarships.
This program encompasses multiple programs aimed at students who are experiencing financial difficulties, and require assistance in acquiring food. The program consists of two components:
Counseling and Psychological Services
Student Wellness Center 300B
SJSU's Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers individual, couples, group, and educational counseling services. Students are encouraged to contact CAPS for any support needed. Operational hours are Mondays - Thursdays; 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM and Fridays; 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM. For assistance after hours, call (408)924-5910 and press 4 to reach the after-hours crisis service.
University Police Department
7 th Street Garage
The University Police Department Serves all of San José State University 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. UPD provides emergency response services and range of educational programs that ensure the safety of students, faculty, and staff as well as visitors on campus.
Wellness & Health Promotion
The Wellness and Health Promotion (WHP) team is a diverse staff with various specialties to meet the health and wellness needs of SJSU students. The WHP team helps students develop healthy lifestyles through a wide range of fun and engaging activities.