Campus Student Support Services

Office of the Registrar

Records and registration support, clarification on academic policies, general referral, applications for graduation and post-application for graduation DARS/degree check reviews and Transfer & Graduation Counselors.

Counseling and Psychological Services

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) promotes the wellbeing of Humboldt students through outreach, consultation, educational and counseling services. 

Financial Aid

The Financial Aid office is available to answer your questions about your financial aid awards. Phone, face-to-face, and Zoom services available.

Student Health & Wellbeing Services

Student Health and Wellbeing Services (SHWS), a fully accredited clinic, consists of Medical Services, Counseling and Psychological Services, and Health Education. 

Housing & Residence Life

Living on campus is a great way to meet friends and get connected with everything Cal Poly Humboldt has to offer. As an on-campus resident, you’re a part of a university committed to your academic success, and the convenience of campus is at your fingertips. 

Indian Natural Resource, Science, & Engineering Program (INRSEP)

Humboldt's Indian Natural Resources, Science and Engineering Program (INRSEP) + Diversity in STEM house provides academic and research support services to historically underrepresented students in the Sciences, in order to support their academic success and degree completion, as well as connect them with the resources and opportunities to meet their career and graduate school goals.

Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)

The Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program has grown over five decades to support Native American Indian students in a wide array of academic disciplines within the four colleges: Arts, Humanities & Social Science, Natural Resources & Sciences, Professional Studies, and Extended Education and Global Engagement preparatory to teaching.

Learning Center

The Learning Center supports academic performance and helps students progress to degree through skill development, tutoring, and structured collaborative learning. For students wishing to maximize their academic performance, or who are experiencing academic difficulty, on academic probation, seeking tutors, academic coaching, development of strong study skills, etc.

Testing Center

The Testing Center administers campus-specific exams, CSU system-wide tests, and national standardized tests to current and prospective students.

Student Disability Resource Center

Service, support, and resources for students with disabilities to maximize educational opportunities while at Cal Poly Humboldt.

Educational Opportunity Program

The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) serves as a primary vehicle for the CSU in increasing the access, academic excellence and retention of California's educationally and economically disadvantaged students

Study Abroad Advisor

Each year students from numerous academic majors and minors study abroad to gain valuable international experience and work towards graduation.

Youth Educational Services 

Youth Educational Services (Y.E.S.) is a home to 10-14 student-led community engagement programs that provide opportunities for Humboldt students to volunteer in local school and community sites.

Clubs and Organizations

Student clubs and organizations provide opportunities for leadership development, safe and inclusive opportunities for student involvement and engagement. 

Veterans Enrollment & Transition Services

Dedicated to supporting Veterans, active duty military, reserve component personnel, and the families of each, through their journey in higher education, career advancement, and self-improvement, VETS serves as a primary point of contact on campus for all things Veteran and military-related.

Social Justice, Equity, and Inclusion Center

Provides co-curricular opportunities for leadership development, social justice advocacy, identity exploration, social engagement opportunities, and many learning experiences that positively influences student life at Humboldt. We are a student-centered program that fosters acceptance and respect of all people. 

Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion 

The university’s leading administrative program in building bridges of caring, engaging critical social consciousness, and elevating all community members’ sense of belonging, success, and well-being in service to dismantling structurally oppressive policies and practices, and support the development of equitable policies and practices.

Eric Rofes Multicultural Queer Center

Established to create community organizing efforts around Queer/Anti-Racist/Feminist Activism to commemorate and continue the late Eric Rofes' legacy.

Women's Resource Center

Women's Resource Center has many resources for all students to take advantage of. Their resources include but are not limited to menstrual supplies, safer sex supplies, the Rosa Parks Library, and art supplies. They also put on programs and workshops in order to educate the Humboldt community as well as provide fun outlets, all of which are safe spaces for all individuals

Scholars Without Borders

Balabanis House #55 (Rm 203), (707)826-3368, SWB created by students' efforts to bring attention to and fill in the support net for AB540 students at Humboldt. SWB raised awareness with events such as "Undocuweek of Awareness," developed academic social, economic, legal, and cultural support efforts for students and community.

Cultural Centers for Academic Excellence

The Cultural Centers for Academic Excellence empower students as they navigate successful pathways through college in a way that honors, preserves and sustains diverse cultural value systems. Their programs, services, and mentoring promote the individual and academic advancement of students in a culturally welcoming and dynamic environment.

The Umoja Center for Pan African Student Excellence

The Center is a Pan African cultural community of students who self identify with any the diverse identities represented within the African diaspora. We are part of an effort to elevate the level of African diasporic knowledge. This cultural community seeks to uplift and support its students academically, professionally and personally through advising and mentorship.  

El Centro Académico Cultural de Humboldt (El Centro)

El Centro works primarily with students of Latin American descent in navigating pathways to success that honors and respects their cultural and historical trajectory. El Centro is committed to student success with a responsive approach, which seeks the development of academic, intellectual, personal, and professional growth, by functioning as a resource where students can explore and express shared values, differing experiences, distinct histories, and multi-dimensional identities to foster powerful individuals and communities.