Student Resources & Activities

Confidential Advocate - Susan Pulido

The Victim's Advocate provides confidential advocacy support, victim outreach, coordination of support services, problem-solving, and assistance with decision-making to SSU students who are impacted or victimized by traumatic, disruptive, or disturbing life events (i.e., sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, abusive relationships, hate crimes, etc.
 
LOCATION: Stevenson 1088
PHONE: (707) 664-2698
 

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)

The mission of Counseling & Psychological Services is to serve the mental health needs of the campus community through offering counseling, consultation, training, and outreach.

LOCATION: Stevenson 1088
PHONE: (707) 664-2153
HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm & Thursdays, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
 

FAASSU

As Sonoma State's proud Filipino-American student organization, FAASSU offers a variety of social, cultural and political events available to anyone and everyone.

LOCATION: Sonoma Valley Room, second floor of the Student Center
HOURS: Every Tuesday from 1-2pm
 

The HUB

Sonoma State University is proud to have The HUB which serves as a center for diversity and leadership.  The HUB stands for honoring the past, uniting the present, and building for the future.

The HUB is located on the 2nd floor of Student Center, directly across from the Student Activities desk - look for our sign with the mandala logo on it!

LOCATION: 2nd floor of the Student Center, directly across from the Student Activities desk (look for the sign with the mandala logo on it!)
PHONE: (707) 664-4247
 

MALCS de Sonoma

Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social! Spring 2019 Meetings on Thursday at 5:00pm in the Hub.

MEChA de Sonoma

MEChA de Sonoma is a cultural, political, and social chartered student organization at Sonoma State University.MEChA, Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán, is a Nation wide organization that promotes higher education, cultura, and historia.*Become a leader. *Connect and learn about your Chicanx identity. *Be involved in your community. *Become socially/politically conscious.

LOCATION: The HUB, 2nd floor of Student Center
HOURS: Thursdays from 6-7:30pm

National Women's Studies Association

Established in 1977, the National Women's Studies Association has as one of its primary objectives promoting and supporting the production and dissemination of knowledge about women and gender through teaching, learning, research and service in academic and other settings.

PHONE: (312) 761-5491
 

North Bay Womxn of Color Conference

The annual North Bay Womxn of Color Conference is organized and facilitated by a coalition of students from Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social (MALCS) de SSU and the Chicano and Latino Studies Department. Free for all to attend.

EMAIL: ssuwocc@gmail.com

Queer Student Alliance

The Queer Student Alliance is a safe place for queer students to find support from each other at the university. As a club, we promote acceptance throughout Sonoma State via events focused around the LGBTQ+ community.

SSU Black Student Union

BSU is a club at Sonoma State University and was founded on campus in 1987. The BSU is a student club that provides a community and supports black students with their experience on Sonoma State’s campus. The club also plans events and activities surrounding the culture.

LOCATION: Dry Creek Valley Room in the Student Center
HOURS: Mondays at 6pm
 

SSU McNair Scholars

The McNair Scholars Program at SSU helps 27 undergraduate students per year prepare for and get accepted into graduate school. The primary objective of this program is to place more historically underrepresented students in Masters and PhD programs.

PHONE: (707) 664-2264
CONTACT: Daniel Melero Malpica, Director - daniel.malpica@sonoma.edu

SSU Scholarships

The University Scholarship Program is designed to provide encouragement and public recognition to students who have demonstrated academic excellence.

LOCATION: Financial Aid Office, Salazar 1000
PHONE: (707) 664-2261