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Student Resources

Basic Needs

A detailed guide to basic needs resources for Cal Poly Humboldt students including food, housing, mental health, and child care.

El Leñador

El Leñador is an English and Spanish newspaper produced by Cal Poly Humboldt students. Our staff cover and provide news to Latinx and other diverse communities on campus and in Humboldt County. We are committed to providing relevant news and expanding the representations and stories told about people of color and other marginalized groups

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, thus working in the spirit and abiding by the legislative intent that originally established the program in 1969.

Oh Snap! Student Food Programs

We aim to provide our fellow students with basic necessities and connections to community resources. Our services currently include a campus food pantry, a weekly stand with free fresh fruits and vegetables (during the growing season), CalFresh application assistance, connections to other local food resources, and outreach events.

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.

Eric Rofes Multicultural Queer Resource Center

The ERC’s mission is to shift public opinion of the queer community on campus and in the local area from tolerance to acceptance. The ERC creates a hub for students to learn about events and organizations on campus.

Student Disability Resource Center

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.

Scholars Without Borders

To create a critical thinking space on campus for all students, but particularly those who are undocumented, DACAmented and AB 540. We strive to provide academic, cultural, social, political, economic and environmental supports to students and to improve the internal capacity at Humboldt to serve students who are from working class, first-generation, and from communities of color. Encourage and support student success, advocacy and power in their identity, community, and social and environmental systems.

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