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Visit our office in University Hall 179 to pick up an application or call (657) 278-5210.  An application as well as a signed copy of your most recent tax forms (or your parents tax forms if you are a dependent), must be returned to the SSS Office before you can be considered for the program.  SSS currently serves 160 students.  If space is not available, your application will be kept on file and your name placed onto our waiting list. We look forward to meeting you and helping you reach all your academic goals!

Contact Information: UH179


Academic Advisement - We provide assistance with course selection and offer advice about graduation requirements. An Individual Graduation Plan is created with an SSS Counselor and then maintained during each mandatory advisement session.


Tutoring - If you need extra help with your course work, your academic counselor will provide referrals for individual and group tutoring including review sessions in select courses and development of study groups.


Equipment and Book Loan – A limited number of laptop computers, graphing and business calculators and textbooks are available to SSS students for loan.


Computer Use – A desktop computer is available for SSS student use in the SSS main office, UH-179.


Workshops and Study Skills Courses - Take advantage of workshop instruction to improve basic skills in reading, writing, math and other subjects, as well as study skills and time management.


Financial Aid Assistance – SSS Program staff assist students in filing their yearly FAFSA paperwork. SSS Counselors work closely with the Office of Financial Aid to provide students with updated information regarding their financial aid status.


SSS Grant Aid – To lessen the financial burden of attending CSUF while increasing the academic success of SSS participants -- the SSS Grant is awarded to active SSS participants who meet additional financial need and academic criteria. Individual grant amounts can range from $400 to $4700.


Fiscal Responsibility – The SSS Program recognizes the importance of money management whether it is as a college student on a limited budget, a recent graduate handling major finances for the first time or as a thriving professional who has a substantial income to properly manage.  Your SSS counselor will direct you to services that the SSS program finds valuable to assist students make responsible financial decisions.


Career and Graduate/Professional School Advisement - Whether your goals are planning a career or are pursuing a graduate degree, we can assist with the preparation and application process. The SSS office has GRE, GMAT, and LSAT test prep books that students may check out. Students can also take advantage of conferences, workshops and tours of graduate and professional schools.



Criteria for Acceptance into SSS


Who is eligible to participate the Student Support Services Program?

A student is eligible to participate in the SSS Program if the student meets all of the following criteria:

  1. Is a citizen or national of the United States or meets the residency requirements to receive Federal Financial Aid
  2. Is enrolled at CSUF or accepted for enrollment next semester at CSUF
  3. Has a need for academic support – as determined by the SSS Program
  4. Is   —
    • A low-income student (using federal income guidelines)
    • A first generation college student


    • A student with disabilities
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