With the start of the spring 2022 semester, California State University Polytechnic, Humboldt has seen more students and in-person classes on campus than in the last two years. A year ago at this time, according to the Institutional Research, Analytics and Reporting, campus was only seeing 7.81% of face-to-face classes. Right now, the IRAR has reported that 58.59% of classes are face-to-face.
There are now 1,563 students living on campus as compared to fall 2021 with 1,440 students living on campus. Many student resource offices have moved locations on campus and/or have changed hours and availability. For many freshman and transfer students who are new to campus, even for many returning students, this may be their first time physically on campus in over a year. We want to make sure that students are aware of where all student resources are located.
Walk-in testing is available on the first floor of the Student Activities Center, left side of the Depot, open Monday and Thursday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m., Tuesday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Wednesday 7 a.m. – 5 p.m., and Friday 7 a.m. – 12 p.m. There are also vending machines around campus that offer access to rapid COVID-19 tests.
N95 masks are available on campus in the Student Business Service building at the University Police Department front desk and in College Creek and Jolly Giant mailrooms.
- Additional Information
If students test positive for COVID-19 they should immediately notify Student Health & Wellbeing Services by emailing email@example.com or calling 707-826-3146. Keep an eye for HSU emails about vaccine availability/appointments and updates on COVID-19 policy.
- Educational Opportunity Program
The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) is located in the Hadley House 56. They offer a wide range of educational assistance like free printing and various other campus, academic and career related guidance. You can make an appointment to meet with an advisor either in person or over zoom Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The Library is now open 7 days a week, Monday – Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 11 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m. – 8 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.- 7 p.m., and Sunday 11 a.m. – 11 p. m. The library resources include the Student Disability Resource Center in room 055, Writing Studio in room 032, Learning Center in room 055, the Testing center in room 13, and the Academic & Career Advising Center is located in the lower library room 27.
- Mental Health resources
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) has their main location on the second floor of the Student Health Center building, and a second location at the Behavioral & Social Sciences building in room 208. You do have to schedule an appointment to go in person, or they also offer “Web in Wednesday” over zoom. More information can be found on their website www.counseling.humboldt.edu.
- OH SNAP
OH SNAP is an open food pantry that helps students get access to food. They also offer help getting into the CalFresh program and offer a swipe assistance program that gives students free food at the J. Their office is located at the Recreation and Wellness building in room 122.
- General Food
All dining on Campus is now open (College Creek, The Depot, Bigfoot Burger, The J). All dining locations are Grab-N-Go only, no indoor seating is allowed until further notice. For more information on-campus dining hours and locations please visit: www.dineoncampus.com/humboldtstate/dining-locations-and-hours
- Cultural Resources
The Umoja Center for Pan African Student Excellence is a Pan African cultural community that offers career, academic and social guidance for students. They are located in Nelson Hall East room 206.
The El Centro Académico Cultural is a community centered mainly around providing assistance in academic, professional and social development for Latin American students. They are located in Nelson Hall East room 205.
The Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP) is a community that helps Indigenous students in their studies through the three colleges of Arts, Humanities & Social Science; Natural Resources & Sciences; and Professional Studies. They are located in the Brero House 93.
The Indian Natural Resources, Science and Engineering Program (INRSEP) is a STEM based house that provides students with research assistance and professional connections. They are located at the Walter Warren House 38.
- Social Resources
The Eric Rofes Multicultural Queer Resource Center is a community of students and locals that organize events to advocate for Queer, Anti-Racist, and Feminist activism. They are located in Warren House 53.
The Social Justice, Equity, and Inclusion Center (SJEIC) is a student-run organization that supports students through their 5-E’s: Explore, Experience, Express, Empower and Engage. They are located in the Balabanis House 55.
The Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (ODEI) is a program that follows a 6-pillar plan of inclusive excellence to help students and faculty in professional and academic development. They are located in Siemens Hall room 208.
The Women’s Resources Center offers support, empowerment and a safe community to women. They also offer menstrual, safe sex, and art supplies. They are located in the Balbanis House 55, Room 105.
For more resources and information on campus please visit: www.acac.humboldt.edu/students/campus-student-support-services