Campus Resources

Academic & Career Advising Center
Gist Hall 114

Our mission is to help students explore, choose, advance, and achieve their educational goals by providing counsel and accurate, timely information, and by supporting advising campus-wide.

Financial Aid
Student and Business Services 231

The HSU Financial Aid Office is committed to assisting students seeking resources to finance their education by administering federal, state and institutional aid programs, and providing a fair, sensitive and confidential environment in which students can receive a variety of counseling and other resources to assist in making informed financial decisions.

Learning Center
Library 055

Our mission is to improve student academic performance and help students progress to degree through skill development, tutoring, structured collaborative learning, and advising. We strive to provide equitable access by delivering our services in a variety of ways, including individualized and small group learning, direct peer and professional staff support, and a wealth of academic resources.

Student Disability Resource Center
Library 055
(707) 826-4678 - Voice
(707) 826-5392 – TDD

The mission of the Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) is to promote self-advocacy and to provide service, support, and resources for students with disabilities to maximize educational opportunities at Humboldt State University and beyond.  

Veterans Enrollment & Transition Services
Lower Library 58

Humboldt State University Veterans hope to achieve the position and prestige of being the #1 veteran-oriented campus in California. Our mission is to provide the best possible services to our veterans by making Humboldt State University a home away from home, and providing a safe learning environment that each alumnus will take with them in pursuit of a better future.

Writing Studio
Library 032

Stop by the Writing Studio in Library 32 to sign up for an appointment or drop-in when you need help and a writing consultant will meet with you on a space-available basis. Appointments are encouraged since the Writing Studio can be quite busy.

Brero House 93

The Indian Teacher & Educational Personnel Program —better known as "ITEPP" (eye-tep). ITEPP is a non-instructional academic support program that assists students in navigating the University system. The program serves a wide range of majors in professional studies as well as the arts and humanities.

Walter Warren House 38

The Indian Natural Resource, Science and Engineering Program is seeking American Indian, Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian students who are interested and dedicated to the ideals of serving Indigenous People through the sciences. Through interested participation at INRSEP, the student will be insured a working knowledge of contemporary Indian communities not otherwise taught. By offering professional and cultural opportunities, our intent is for the student to develop the tools and skills necessary to succeed in leadership roles within our families, community and workforce. Our program philosophy is built on trust, mutual sharing and respect for others.

Recreation and Wellness Center
RWC Room 101

The Recreation and Wellness Center (RWC) encourages campus interaction and enhances the Humboldt experience through dynamic, inclusive recreation, fitness and wellness programs which promote healthy lifestyles, social development and leadership skills necessary for student success. Let the RWC become your one-stop-shop for all of your recreation and wellness needs!