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 We wanted to provide you with some of the resources Sac State offers, remember you are paying for this in your tuition. If you would like something added or have any questions, feel free to email us at



Mental Health

  • Student Health and counseling

    • Free Vaccinations (like TB test), counseling for crisis and short term, discount medicine, free doctor visits, discount vision resources, group therapy, free nutrition consultations

  • CSUS Prospects Peer Mentoring Online Tabling Services

    • Plenty of experienced and knowledgeable Psychology Majors who are trained as Peer Mentors are eager to meet and help you!” (Follow IG @csusprospects)




Books and Materials

Basic Necessities

  • ASI Food Pantry - Associated Students, Inc.  - The ASI Food Pantry exists to provide food and basic necessities to Sac State students with financial hardships and food insecurity, at no cost. In addition to helping alleviate hunger within our student community, the ASI Food Pantry aims to decrease the impact that food insecurities have on the academic success of our students.

Community Engagement

Community/Volunteer Resources

Sacramento Community Fridges


  • Mercy Housing - Mercy Housing’s Core Values of respect, justice, and mercy guide everything that we do — from our daily work, to who we partner with and how we serve communities. We believe that housing justice is social justice, which informs our approach to affordable housing, allowing us to help more people and more communities. Mercy Housing: Home 

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Best Buddies Club - “Dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.” (@csusbestbuddies) For more information, follow their Instagram page: @csusbestbuddies 

  • Boys & Girls Club - “Boys & Girls Clubs of America is a national organization of local chapters which provide voluntary after-school programs for young people.” Learn more about volunteer opportunities here: Get Involved - Volunteer

  • PAVE Program -​​The mission of Partnerships to Advance the Value of Education (PAVE) is to facilitate a meaningful and structured experiential learning opportunity with regional K-12 school partners to offer mentoring, tutoring, and college preparedness. The PAVE Program 

  • Step Up Tutoring Program - A non-profit organization looking for teachers that work with underserved youth. The goal is to support as many students as possible without putting any added burden on the teacher! Step Up Tutoring | Tutor & Mentor a Child Online | LAUSD Partner 

  • American River Clean Up TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2021, 1 – 3PM - Volunteer and Leadership Initiative credits available, please inquire day of the event t Event%26eventid%3D153992929 

  • Sacramento Peers on Prevention (SacPOP) - A youth driven organization and our goal is to educate more youth about sexual health and reproductive justice as well as encourage youth to get tested and treated for HIV and other STIs. SacPOP believes that it is important to empower youth and encourage safe and supportive communities. SacPOP | Sacramento Peers on Prevention – Empowering youth to take action and control of their health. 

  • The Best Volunteer Opportunities in Sacramento :) 


  • Browse Sacramento State’s scholarship opportunities here Sacramento State Scholarships 

  • ASI Scholarships - “Want some free money, Hornets? There are multiple Scholarships available, check out all the Spring scholarships. Visit the ASI scholarships website to apply here:

  • George Floyd Emergency Grant Endowment - The Cooper-Woodson College Enhancement Program is pleased to share that the George Floyd Emergency Grant Endowment is offering financial support for students who are currently experiencing a trauma crisis while attending Sacramento State University. Application due 11/30/2021

Give Back To Your Community

Mental Health & Counseling Services

Black Woman & Queer Mental Health Resources

Latinx Mental Health Resources

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