On Campus Resources

Download a printable flyer with a list of various campus resources.

First Generation College Students - GENERATE

GENERATE is a partnership between Counseling Services, the Division of Student Affairs, MOSAIC Cross-Cultural Center, Student Involvement, Peer Connections, Residential Life, and others to support the success of first-generation college students. These servcices include a student support group, workshops, events, and other resources.

Academic Advising Services

Academic Advising and Retention Services

Student Services Building

Academic Counseling for Excellence in the Social Sciences – ACCESS

Clark Hall 240

College of Applied Arts and Sciences Student Success Center

533 MacQuarrie Hall

College of Science Advising Center – COSAC

Duncan Hall 213

Engineering Student Success Center

Engineering 344

Jack Holland Student Success Center

Boccardo Business Complex, room 008

Visual Arts Advising Center

Art Building 118

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Academic Support Programs


Academic Support Program for Increased Retention in Education

Academic support for first-generation college, low-income students, or students registered with a disability hindering academic performance.
Student Services Center

Educational Opportunity Program – EOP

Academic and retention services for first generation low-income college students to aid them in their goal of academic success.
Clark Hall, First Floor

McNair Scholars Program

Resources for students interested in pursuing graduate school.
Student Service Center

Peer Connections

Tutoring and mentoring
Student Services Center 600

Writing Center

Writing assistance
Clark Hall 126

MLK Library Online Tutorials

Tutorials and videos about how to use library resources

Student Success Portal

Advice and guides for being a successful student

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Student Services and Support

Accessible Education Center

Administration Building – Rm 110, (408) 924-6000
Formerly Disability Resource Center, AEC is a comprehensive center providing both students and employees with accommodations and services.

Associate Students

Associated Students House, (408) 924-6242
Associated Students works to improve the educational opportunities and experiences of SJSU students and offers services that include child care, printing, campus recreation, transportation solutions, student government, and computer labs and more.

Career Center

Administration Building - Main Entrance: Rm 154, (408) 924-6031
The Career Center works with you to identify and clarify career interests, map out a strategy to find internships and jobs, and coach you about how to craft effective résumés and interview with confidence.

Counseling Services

Administration Building - Rm 201, (408) 924-5910
Counseling Services provides personal counseling, educational counseling, psychiatric services, groups, workshops, consultation, outreach, and training.

LGBT Resource Center

Located in Modular B (Next to A.S. Print Shop at Hoover Hall)
Through dynamic programming and educational outreach the Resource Center seeks to improve the campus climate for LGBTIQQA students and advocate for the respect and safety of all members of the campus community.

MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center

Located in Modular A (Next to A.S. Print Shop at Hoover Hall), (408) 924-6255
The MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center provides resources and services for students or groups involved in multicultural inclusiveness activities.


Administration Building - Rm 218, (408) 924-5995
The Ombudsperson is an impartial party appointed to receive complaints, provide information, facilitate communication, and offer conflict resolution between students and members of the university community (faculty, staff and administrators).

Student Health Center

Health Building - First Floor, (408) 924-6122
The Student Health Center provides medical care and

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Financial Aid & Scholarship Office

Located in the Student Services Center 
(9th & San Fernando St)
Phone: 408.283.7500 (Press #6)
Email: fao@sjsu.edu

The Financial Aid and Scholarship Office administers three types of scholarships: SJSU campus based, department based, and private based. Students should apply for as many scholarships as possible to lessen the need for loans or part-time work to attend school. Awards are generally based on scholastic achievement and/or financial need. To learn more about various scholarships visit the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office website. 

Types of Aid

Federal Work Study
California Dream Act

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Childcare & Student Parent Support

A.S. Child Development Center

460 South 8th Street
(408) 924-6988

The Associated Students has an on-campus day care for children ages 6 month through 6 years. The Child Development Center serves students first and children of faculty and staff will be accepted on a space available basis.

ChAD Preschool

The Department of Child & Adolescent Development operates a campus laboratory preschool which accepts children from throughout the community. The preschool offers two different programs for children ages two through five years.


There are a few scholarships on campus that give preference to single parents. Please contact the Financial Aid & Scholarship Office for more information, additional major and academic level criteria may apply. Below is a list of scholarships for student parents. 

  • The Elden J. & Florence G. Belanger Scholarship Endowment
  • The Louise Loubatiere Stewart Scholarship Fund
  • The Phil & Eleanore Anastasia Scholarship Fund

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Additional Services

Bursar’s Office

located in the Student Services Center
(9th & San Fernando St)
Phone: 408-924-1601
Email: bursar@sjsu.edu

University Housing Services

located in Campus Village B, 2nd Floor
Phone: 408.795.5600
Email: uhs-frontdesk@sjsu.edu

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