CAPS provides short term confidential counseling to students. CAPS strives to acknowledge,
accept, and support the perspectives of a diverse campus population. This includes, but
is not limited to race/ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, ability, religious/spiritual
affiliation, and socio-economic status.
Phone number: 707-664-2153
Location: Stevenson Hall 1088
Provides career resources for women, students of color, disabled, and LGBT students.
Location: Salazar 1070
Services such as accommodated testing, disability management advising, interpreters, note
takers, readers, and access to specialized computers.
Location: Salazar 1049
Learn about and apply for scholarships, including those based on ethnicity, race, sex,
The Multicultural Center (MCC) fosters a campus environment of mutual respect and appreciation.
The MCC addresses the particular experiences of traditionally underrepresented students
including but not limited to: race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual
orientation, gender expression, disability.
Location: Student Union
Email: The MCC
Services for international students, those wishing to teach English as a second language,
and students wishing to study abroad or go on National Student Exchange.
Location: Salazar 1071
University office investigates student and employee complaints of sexual assault, harassment,
and other discrimination complaints.
Location: Administration & Finance, Salazar 2nd Floor
For low-income students who are the first in their family to attend college, offers academic, career, and personal advising, assistance with housing, and financial aid.