Advising services

School of Science & Technology Peer Advising

Peer Advisor: Mariah Chastain
Location: Darwin Lobby

Monday Tuesday
Noon - 1:30 pm 2:30 pm - 4 pm

Tutorial Center

This resource offers peer tutoring to SSU students for one-on-one or small group assistance in over 50 courses each semester. The Learning Center is a multi-purpose center providing a variety of academic support services for SSU students, including tutorial services as well as specialized programs for first generation, low-income, or disabled students.  You can also find resources of Academic Advising, CAPS, DSS, EOP, etc.

Writing Center

This resource can help with tutoring with essays or other writings, can help writing groups or even have worksops to help you better your writing.  

Scholarship Office

The University Scholarship Program is designed to provide encouragement and public recognition to students who have demonstrated academic excellence. The program is supported by generous contributions from individuals, organizations, corporations and foundations. Scholarships range from $250 to $3,000 per year. Here you can find SSU scholarships, external scholarships, foundations and how to contact the scholasrship office.

Scholarship Resources

Within the Scholarship Office Website there is links to Scholarship Resources and opportunities. This resources gives you links that allow you to search for scholarships that apply more directly to you.

Financial Aid

The Financial Aid Office helps you find To Do List Forms, other forms and instructions, disbursement calandars, cost of attendance, how to apply for aid, types of aid, etc.

The Dream Us

At TheDream.US, they help over 4,000 DREAMers graduate from college with career-ready degress. DREAMers are immigrant youth who came to this country at a very young age without documentation. TheDream.US is the nation’s largest college access and success program for DREAMers. We believe that all that DREAMers need is an opportunity. And all we need to do is provide them with financial support to attend one of our Partner Colleges, committed to their college completion.

Educational Opportunity Program

The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) came into being as a direct result of the civil rights and student movements of the 1960s. In 1969, federal legislation was designed to encourage the inclusion of low-income and educationally disadvantaged students into higher education. This resouce can be used by High school graduates or transfer students who meet admission requirements.

Sonoma State Bias Response

We are committed to creating a environment that promotes the rights, safety, dignity, and value of every individual. It is our mission to promote a campus that opposes acts of racism, relgious intoleracne, sexism, ageism, homophobia, harassment, discrimination or any form of intolerance. This resource can tell you more about bias, tells you how to report, resources for after filing a report and tells you about the Bias Response Team.