Community & Connections

Many offices are set up to serve our diverse SF State community. See if we have an office below that can support you. In addition, there are a number of student clubs and organizations you might be able to join. Check out the most current list of student clubs and organizations for details. If there isn't one, you can create your own!

The center provides Black students, through cross-campus community collaborations and an intersectional, African-centered environment, with transformative, impactful and socially conscious programs that allow them to grow academically, interpersonally, culturally and professionally.

Location: The Village at Centennial Square, Building C, Suite 142
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. (However, during this current period of SF State remote instruction and services, in response to COVID-19, office hours and staff availability are very limited. You may email a question or an online appointment request at Thank you.)

Phone: (415) 405-4442

The center supports the undocumented student population and students living in mixed status homes thanks to the collaborative efforts of students, staff, faculty, and administrators. All undocumented students are welcome to use their services regardless of DACA, AB 540/SB 68, and/or CA Dream Act eligibility.

Location: Student Services Building, Suite 206

Hours: Mondays to Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (By phone or video appointment only)


ASPIRE improves your learning environment, disseminating relevant information and building a supportive student learning community. 

Location: Village C 141

Hours: Contact us directly via email or stop by our Drop In Advising Hours on Mondays & Wednesdays from 1-3 p.m. (Zoom Meeting ID: 926 7605 8684, Password: aspirehelp)


Social Media: Instagram @aspiresfsu

We foster the creation of inclusive spaces for students, including Latinx Student Services, PRIDE (LGBTIQ+), Interfaith Programs Unit, and other intercultural spaces.

Location:  Student Services Building, Room 206

Phone: (415) 338-7290

Email: Please contact Christian Lozano Cuellar, Director, Office of Diversity, Student Equity, and Interfaith Programs, if you have any questions regarding Jewish Student Life, Interfaith Programs Unit, LGBTQIA+ Student Life, and Latinx Student Services at SFSU.

Project Rebound supports formerly incarcerated students on their journey through successful reintegration in a college setting. Connect with students or interns and volunteers who are willing to help you prosper. 

Location: Cesar Chavez Student Center

Virtual Drop-In Hours:

Tuesday: 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Wednesday: 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Thursday: 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Meeting ID: 927 1034 5872 ; Passcode: 432330

Phone: (415) 405-0954


The Queer & Trans Resource Center offers LGBTQQIA-related events, services, and resources to students. We also serve as an umbrella organization linking various student organizations such as Queer Alliance, Pride Committee, and CEASE/SAFE Place that work to create events and resources for the LGBTQQIA community on campus.

Location: Cesar Chavez Student Center, M-109


Take advantage of this wonderful space, where you can meet, share and network with fellow veterans. There are coffee makers, microwaves, and fridges as well as energy drinks for sale, tv, computer lab, printer and posted opportunities for SF State veterans and their families.

Location: Burk Hall, Room 153/155, Open during the Fall and Spring Semesters 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday.

Phone: Please call (415) 338-7702 for more information


Veteran Services also helps current and former members of the United States Armed Forces attain their educational goals. 

Location:  Student Services Building, Room 303

Phone: (415) 338-2336 weekdays 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.


The Women’s Center is dedicated to providing an open, encouraging and nurturing environment for the students of San Francisco State University. The primary goal of our organization is to provide a safe place for womxn of any and all backgrounds. The Women’s Center is open to everyone who would like to come together and participate in promoting the understanding of various perspectives and issues pertaining to womxn.

Location: Cesar Chavez Student Center, T-116