Student Resource Center
The Student Resource Center (SRC) is designed to help students in the development of an educational plan that is compatible with their academic and life goals. The SRC works in collaboration with other university resources including major departments and major advisors to provide additional support for the students within the College of Health & Social Sciences (CHSS).
Please note: In accordance with University’s transition to remote learning, the SRC will not be offering face to face advising appointments for the time being. However, we will still be offering meetings via phone, Zoom video conferencing and if it is a quick question, through email. ou may schedule the advising meeting by clicking the “book appointment online” button and follow the instructions. When you get to the comments section, please indicate your preference for Zoom video advising, phone or email and then your phone number or email where you can be best reached. Students who are getting their probation holds cleared must conduct Zoom video or phone advising. You will then be contacted via email with separate confirmation and instructions. Thank you for your understanding and please be safe. 3/11/2020
- Academic Planning (GE/DARS/DPR/Major)
- Freshman Transitioning Support
- Impacted Major Consultation
- Academic Probation Advising
- General Life/Support Counseling
- Petition Consultation
- Career Prep and Planning
- Major Career Exploration
- Graduation Check (GE and Graduation Requirements)
- Resume and Cover Letter Help
The College of Health & Social Sciences’ Student Resource Center (SRC) seeks to foster an environment that encourages diverse and inclusive perspectives as well as innovation, while inspiring collaboration amongst our students, faculty and staff. We encourage members of our community to think critically and make informed decisions that deepen their understanding of larger, broader goals.
The SRC’s mission is to promote students’ academic success and timely graduation while nurturing skills that benefit them in college and beyond as productive members of society. The SRC pursues its mission with empathy and fairness, offering a safe environment for all, irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion or political beliefs.
Phone: (415) 405-3740
Fax: (415) 405-3415
Address: 1600 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132, HSS Building, Room 254