Campus Resources

On-Campus Resources
Off-Campus Resources

Note: Click on the appropriate title to be taken to that page. For "OFF Campus" material click above or scroll down please.

 

On-Campus Resources

Associated Students
Computer Services Center

Upper Level of the Student Union
408.924.6976

The Associated Students Computer Services Center (ASCSC) is a one hundred station computer lab located on the upper level of the Student Union. The ASCSC provides most major operating systems available from recently released versions of Microsoft Windows, to Linux, and Macintosh. Our computers have DVD and CD burners and fast (full T3 through ATM OC3) internet access.We also have a service counter which has a scanner, copy machines, fax services and printers. The ASCSC also offers laptop rental and computer repair services.

Associated Students
Affordable Textbook Program
408-924-6200

Apply for the A.S. Affordable Textbook Program at the A.S. General Services Center (which is located on main level of the Student Union. Each student is limited to a maximum of $150.00 voucher or 3 books maximum

Accessible Education Center (formerly Disability Resource Center)
Administrative Building 110
(408) 924-6000 (Main Office)
(408) 924-6542 (Deaf and HoH)
(408) 808-2123 (ATC)

The Accessible Education Center (AEC) is a comprehensive center providing both students and employees with accommodations and services. The center works closely with faculty/staff to deliver services and promote access for students with disabilities in the classroom and throughout the campus.

Counseling Services
Administrative Building 201
408-924-5910

Counseling Services is a comprehensive counseling center offering individual, couples, group and educational counseling services.

Peer Connections
Student Services Center 600 and Clark Hall 105
408-924-2587

The Learning Assistance Resource Center (LARC) and the Peer Mentor Program have merged to become Peer Connections.  Peer Connections is the new campus-wide resource for mentoring and tutoring.  Our staff is here to inspire students to develop their potential as independent learners while they learn to successfully navigate through their university experience.   Students are encouraged to take advantage of our services which include course-content based tutoring, enhanced study and time management skills, more effective critical thinking strategies, decision making and problem-solving abilities, and campus resource referrals. 

LGBT Resource Center
Mod B (Portables located at 8th St. and Paseo de San Carlos)
408-924-6158

Through dynamic programming and educational outreach the LGBT Resource Center seeks to improve the campus for LGBTIQQA students and advocates for the respect and safety of all members of the campus community.

Martin Luther King Library

Provide students, instructors and the community access to the information they need for educational and personal growth throughout their lives.

MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center
Student Union D 3 rd Floor
408-924-6255

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

MySafeCampus

MySafeCampus is a confidential and anonymous system to report campus issues like harassment, theft, substance abuse, unsafe conditions, and more.

Note: This site is not associated with SJSU, however we feel like this site is very useful and helpful.

University Ombudsman
Administrative Building 218
408-924-5995

The University Ombudsman is an impartial party appointed to receive complaints, provide information, facilitate communication, and offer conflict resolution between students and members of the university community (students, faculty, staff and administrators). The Ombudsman is not an advocate and does not take sides in a dispute.

University Police Department
7 th Street Garage
408-924-2222

The University Police Department Serves all of San José State University 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and provides services to ensure the safety of the university, its employees and students.

Wellness & Health Promotion
Health Building
408-924-6122

The Wellness and Health Promotion (WHP) team is a diverse staff with various specialties to meet the health and wellness needs of SJSU students. We are here to serve you. Our goal is to prepare students to be knowledgeable, responsible, and accountable in developing healthy lifestyles and in taking responsibility for their own health.

Writing Center
Clark Hall Suite 126
408-924-2308

The Writing Center offer a variety of resources to help students become better writers, from one-on-one tutoring sessions to our many writing workshops. All of our services are free for SJSU students.

Women's Resource Center
Mod B
(Portables located at 8th st.
and Paseo de San Carlos)
408-924-6500

The women's resource center is a multi-cultural group dedicated to the promotion of women's issues and social change.

 

Off-Campus Resources

Family Violence Center
125 East Gish Road
San Jose, CA. 95112
(408) 277-3700

The City of San Jose has identified the instances of violence in the family as a growing problem in our society. The San Jose Police Department maintains the attitude that violent behavior in the home is considered criminal and is not to be tolerated. The Department facilitates this aggressive stance by strictly enforcing the laws meant to protect victims and their families and by utilizing the referral services provided by the community. The goal of the Family Violence Center is to address family violence issues by serving as the core for a multi-agency effort. The Family Violence Unit focuses on three areas of behavior which most often victimize the family. The investigative units specifically address domestic violence, child/elder abuse and threat management (stalking). The center is staffed by representatives of the District Attorney's Office, Adult Probation, Child Protective Services, Police Department, and a victim advocate from Next Door, Solutions to Domestic Violence. This cooperative effort provides all the support services available to victims of family violence in a safe and friendly environment.

Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence
24 Hour Hotline
408-279-2962
For victims of domestic violence

Since 1971 Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence has healed lives shattered by abusive relationships. Next Door exists to end domestic violence in the moment and for all time. From humble beginnings in a room in a safe home, Next Door has grown into Santa Clara County's most comprehensive domestic violence service agency.

We offer a full range of programs and services to help break the cycle of violence, from those that give immediate relief to families in need to proactive services that help women and families move their lives in healthy directions.

RAINN Ð Rape Abuse & Incest National Network

Reaching out for help is often the first step toward healing. RAINN provides support for sexual assault victims and their loved ones through two hotlines at 800.656.HOPE and online.rainn.orgExternal link outside SJSU domain.Whether you are more comfortable on the telephone or online, RAINN has services that can guide you in your recovery.

Support Network for Battered Women
1257 Tasman Drive, Suite C - Sunnyvale, CA 94089
(408) 541-6100

The mission of the Support Network is to empower our diverse community to live free from domestic violence. Our vision is to end domestic violence, one family at the time. We look forward to the day that we are able to close our doors because no one in our community will have to fear harm from her/his intimate partner.

YWCA Rape Center
375 South Third Street, San Jose, CA 95112
408-287-3000

The YWCA Rape Crisis Center helps residents of Silicon Valley to minimize the traumatic aftermath of sexual assault and to promote safety, mobility, and freedom from abuse for all people. We provide a 24-hour, seven days-a-week crisis hotline, immediate crisis counseling and assistance, information and referrals, and accompaniment services to medical, police, and court facilities. Our services are provided at no cost for all survivors of sexual assault or abuse, as well as their loved ones