Campus Outreach Resources

Dear Gators,


As we are well into the Spring 2022 semester, we feel it is important to remind our community of the resources available to create an inclusive and welcome environment for all.


Dean of Students Office

The Dean of Students Office leads SF State in student-centered programs, resources, and services to facilitate student success. As of February 7th, the Dean of Students’ Dean on Call program offers daily office hours for any student to stop by and speak with one of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management administrators.  Drop in hours are offered in person and virtually, and students are welcome to drop in for a causal hello or to share a more complex situation. Our Deans on Call help students explore options, resources, and services to support their academic journey at SF State.


Bias Incident Education Team

SF State fiercely believes in the value of education. Learning is at the core of all we do. With that, we want to reintroduce our community of the Bias Incident Education Team (BIET). This team is an important part of campus climate work at SF State, and they work tirelessly for every Gator to have a safe learning, living, and working environment. BIET’s role is educational. Their goal is to provide educational awareness and assist campus community members with strategies that empower them to address bias incidents they encounter observe.


The SAFE Place

SF State has an incredible resource for our community that is a survivor-focused, trauma-informed program that provides free and confidential support services to survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual harassment. The SAFE Place serves all members of our SF State community, including students, staff, and faculty, and strives to foster a safe and welcoming environment for the entire campus. This program is committed to the university’s core values by addressing sexual violence within the social justice, anti-oppression framework. 


Title IX Reporting

SF State is committed to maintaining an inclusive and equitable community that values diversity and fosters mutual respect. All students and all employees have the right to participate fully in CSU programs, activities, and employment free from discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, sexual exploitation, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and retaliation. SF State’s Equity Programs and Compliance office is here to support our community. You can learn more or report an incident by visiting their website.


Counseling and Psychological Services

Counseling and Psychological Services is a free service and resource to all SF State students. This department provides free counseling, virtual groups and workshops, crisis consultation, and outreach and collaboration.


University Ombuds

The University Ombuds is an advocate for procedural fairness who supports the integrity of the campus policies and procedures and ensures the equity of their application. The Ombuds provides a neutral, confidential, and informal place to discuss a concern with the assurance that no action will be taken, nor will the visit be disclosed to anyone, without consent. The office is open to all members of the campus community.


We want to underscore the importance of the resources and services available to our Gator community. Each of you is navigating an academic journey that is unique to you. These services and resources are strategically designed to meet the needs of our SF State Gators and build a community where each Gator feels like they belong and they matter.

Please reach out to any of the offices above if you have any questions or would like further information.



Jamillah Moore, EdD (she/her/hers), Vice President for Student Affairs & Enrollment Management

Jennifer Summit, PhD (she/her/hers), Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs