Campus Resources

Basic Needs

Here you will find campus and community resources to help Humboldt students meet their basic needs. Learn about food, housing, mental health, and child care resources. Supporting basic needs is essential to helping every Humboldt student succeed. Basic needs are basic human rights! 

Campus Disability Resource Center (CDRC)

The mission of the Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) is to provide service, support, and resources for students with disabilities to maximize educational opportunities while at Cal Poly Humboldt and beyond. We strive to create an inclusive and accessible environment at Humboldt by educating the campus community on disability-related issues.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

CAPS promotes the wellbeing of Humboldt students through outreach, consultation, educational and counseling services. Our counseling services are available to regularly enrolled students from Cal Poly Humboldt. There are no per-session charges for these services.

Cultural Centers for Academic Excellence

The Cultural Centers for Academic Excellence are culturally-based support programs designed to provide Humboldt students with networks that blend cultural, community, and faculty engagement with structured mentoring – to assist students in reaching their academic and career goals.

Dean of Students Office

Supporting the mission of the Division of Enrollment Management and Student Success and the University, the departments affiliated with the Dean of Students promote inclusive student success through diverse programs and services that encourage social responsibility, self-advocacy, leadership development, and community engagement.

Financial Aid

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

Housing & Residence Life

The Department of Housing & Residence Life enhances the academic mission of the University by providing residents with high quality facilities, programs and services that support and promote learning, personal growth, service, environmental consciousness and social justice advocacy. 

Humboldt Campus Advocate Team

They are made up of advocates from the North Coast Rape Crisis Team and provide FREE & CONFIDENTIAL tailored support and services to Humboldt students, staff and faculty of all gender identities, including those who identify as Transgender, Gender Non-Conforming, and Non-Binary, who have been affected by sexual assault, dating/ domestic violence, stalking, and/or sexual harassment.

Learning Center

The Learning Center advances student learning, achievement, and metacognitive development through collaborative peer learning and professional staff support.


Oh SNAP! Student Food Programs is a student-driven initiative. Their mission is to increase access to nutritious and culturally appropriate food for all Cal Poly Humboldt students by engaging in campus and community partnerships and by raising awareness of food insecurity among our peers.

Veterans Enrollment & Transition Services (VETS)

The Veterans Enrollment & Transition Services (VETS) program is 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. They serve as a primary point of contact on campus for all things Veteran and military-related. They strive to support and facilitate academic success for those we serve through relational advising, mentorship, transitional assistance, community-building, and coordination of military and Veteran-specific resources while providing a safe and supportive learning environment.

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