Campus Resources

Advising Resource Center (ARC): Advising services for sophmore, junior and senior students in the College of Liberal & Creative Arts, including help with general education, academic planning and petitions

Undergraduate Advising Center (UAC): Advising services for first-year undergraduate students

Tutoring and Academic Support Center (TASC): Wide array of tutoring services

Counseling and Psychological Services: Support services, crisis intervention resources, faculty training, etc.

Student Health Services: Various medical and sexual health services

Disability Programs and Resources (DPRC): Resources and services for students with disabilities and other needs, including accommodations in classes

Basic Needs: Housing, food and other basic needs resources for all students

Associated Students Gator Groceries: Free food distribution from campus pantries, Mondays at the Student Life Event Center (Annex I) and Wednesdays and Thursdays in the Cesar Chavez Student Center

Dream Resource Center: Support services for undocumented students

Title IX: Promoting gender equity and preventing sexual harassment/sexual violence

The SAFE Place: Crisis intervention, advocacy and confidential Title IX support for survivors dealing with past or recent incidents of sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, sexual harassment and/or stalking

Pride at SF State: LGBTQ resources and organizations on campus

Safe Zone: Campus network of LGBTQ allies

University Police Department (UPD): Call 911 in any emergency. Visit website for non-emergency details and resources.

J. Paul Leonard Library: Computer labs with printers, study rooms, laptop rentals and more

Health Promotion and Wellness: Health education for the San Francisco State community through campus health initiatives and programming

SF State Experimental College: EXCO fosters self-empowerment by promoting student-run, co-learning environments driven by critical, non-authoritarian, intersectional pedagogy; resistance to white supremacy; and, caring for the community.

LCA Clubs and Activities: A list of College of Liberal & Creative Arts clubs and groups

Transit Pass: Public transportation discounts, etc.

Veterans' Services: Veteran benefits and services

Office of Student Financial Aid: Estimated tuition rates

Please follow all instructions as shown on the specific form.

  • Academic Probation Hold Clearance Form – For removal of academic probation hold, once GPA has been brought to a minimum 2.0

  • Exceed Max Units (PDF) – To enroll in 20 units or more during the fall and spring semester

  • Independent Study (699/899) (PDF) – For eligible students to receive approval for independent study

  • Waiver of College Regulations (PDF) – Waivers for various issues such as adding a course already repeated, late add of course for current semester and late graduation application

  • Withdrawals – Current-semester withdrawals are handled electronically and only after the last day to drop has passed. Click the link to see the acceptable and non-acceptable reasons for current-semester withdrawal

  • Change of Grade (PDF) – Request to change letter grade or incomplete grade

For more additional forms and petitions, visit the Registrar’s Office.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 and website

San Francisco Alcoholics Anonymous

Al-Anon: Fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems.

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC): Resources for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women.

Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT): public assistance benefits, such as CalFresh (formerly known as Food Stamps), California Food Assistance Program benefits, and cash aid benefits.

Housing information is provided by the SF State Housing Office. Students wishing to live on campus should check out the University’s housing options early, and are strongly encouraged to fill out a housing application before being admitted to the University. Unfortunately, SF State cannot guarantee housing to newly admitted students. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.