Assistance resources for faculty/staff/Students:
My life matters
CSUF has partnered with MyLifeMatters by Empathia to offer faculty, staff and their households’ individual assistance and support service designed to help them cope with personal challenges that may adversely affect their lives, behavior, and/or performance. Most services are at no cost.
Counseling and Psychological Services
Attending college can be a very stressful experience from time to time. In addition to the pressures of work and school, many students experience stress related to families and relationships. Your student health fees cover services from Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). In addition to group and individual counseling CAPS offers a variety of workshops.
Counseling, workshops and support services are also available through the CSUF Women's Center:
Diversity Initiatives and resource Center
Diversity Initiatives & Resource Centers (DIRC) empowers, educates, and engages students and the Titan community through co-curricular learning. We provide support for students to expand their cultural competence and identity development.
University Learning Center
The University Learning Center (ULC) offers a range of assistance, including workshops and tutoring for a variety of psychology classes. There also is tutoring for writing available on-line.
Psychology Peer Mentors
Psychology students also provide tutoring through the Peer Mentors organization:
Academic Advising Center
Questions about general education requirements? You can get help from the Academic Advisement Center (AAC).
University Writing Center
The University Writing Center (located on the First Floor South of Pollack Library) is a free resource to all CSU Fullerton Students--undergraduate, post baccalaureate, graduate, and PhD students. The Writing Center employees trained tutors who are able to help students of any discipline at any and all steps in the writing process.
CSUF Career Center
Questions about job seeking skills? Try the CSUF Career Center. They provide workshops on writing resumes, interviewing and marketing yourself.
Campus Virtual Student Services
The Division of Student Affairs offers a comprehensive list of virtual campus resources for students who have questions about how to reach their educational goals or who are facing challenges in the pursuit of their educational goals:
Title IX and Gender Equity
If you have experienced sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and/or related retaliation, you can find information on how to report it here:
Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation (DHR)
If you have experienced discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation based on any protected status other than gender or sex, you can find information on how to report it here: