About Using this Resource Page
Click on the name of the departments below to get directed their university webpages.
The Advising & Transfer Center plays a key role in assisting students to thrive and persist toward on-time graduation. Our team of Professional Academic Advisors provide holistic, proactive, and meaningful academic advising and individualized educational pathways to engage students in their learning experiences and promote self-authorship. We also offer curricular and co-curricular transitions programming specifically for first-year, second-year, and transfer students.
Contact the Advising & Transfer Center
Location: Schulz 1125A
The Center for Academic Access and Student Enrichment serves as a resource hub for underrepresented and underserved students at Sonoma State University. CAASE is a "one stop shop" comprised of six dynamic departments and support services. Students interested in CAASE can find a variety of support including: migrant education and information, disability services, academic and holistic advising, expert tutoring, community, and much more.
Location: First Floor Library, Schulz 1119
If you've been impacted by sexual and/or power based violence (including dating/domestic violence, sexual harassment, stalking or trafficking) and are interested in confidential help or support
Contact Confidential Advocacy
CAPS offers confidential counseling to students experiencing personal problems that interfere with their academic progress, career or well-being.
Location: Building 17A
An integral center for diversity, vitality, and creativity. Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday
Contact the Hub
Location: 2nd floor of the Student Center
directly across from Student Activities desk - look for their sign with their mandala logo on it.
The IT Help Desk is the first point of contact for campus-wide technology needs at Sonoma State. We provide a wide range of services that include technical troubleshooting, hardware installation, account provisioning, lecture capture, computer and media equipment checkout, and classroom media support.
Contact IT Help Desk
- Location: Schulz 1000
- Phone: (707) 664-HELP (664-4357)
- Email: email@example.com
- Zoom: Join an Zoom Drop-in Consultation
- Visit the SSU IT page for hours and additional IT Help Desk Information
The Learning Center is a multi-purpose center providing a variety of academic support services for SSU students, including tutorial services, as well as specialized programs for students who a first generation, low-income, or students with disabilities.
Location: Schulz 1103
Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement at Sonoma State University is part of a nationally recognized academic support program that provides a resilient learning community and strong base to students in the School of Science and Technology. The goal of MESA is to increase the number of historically underrepresented students who pursue and persist in STEM related degrees and ultimately, careers. Throughout their studies, the students in the program receive academic support and personal advising to keep them on track towards their degrees.
MESA meets every Tuesday at 5:00 pm, tutoring hours vary per semester.
MAVRC supports current and prospective military-connected students with general academic advising, community building events, and resources.
Location: Schulz 1121
SafeSSU is a secure website holds all the safety-related information available at Sonoma State University, including guidance and resources on reporting, counseling services, and advocacy.
The Student Health Center provides high quality medical, public health, & health education services designed to support the retention, academic achievement & success of SSU students, facilitate healthy lifestyle choices & help promote a safe, healthy campus environment.
Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm Monday through Friday excluding campus holidays & closures as shown on the SSU Academic Calendar. An Extended Hours Clinic is held until 5:30pm on Mondays - only when school year classes are in session. Summer hours & services may vary.
Contact the Student Health Center
Location: West side of campus, north of Schulz Library & across from Zinfandel Residence Halls.
TRIO SSS is a multi-purpose center providing a variety of academic support services for SSU students, including tutorial services, as well as specialized programs for students who are first generation, low-income, or students with disabilities.
Location: Schulz 1119