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Virtual Support and Resources for Students

In light of the broader public health crisis and based on guidance from the State of California, the County of San Diego, and the California State University system, the majority of student services at SDSU have moved to virtual operations.

This website serves as a central clearinghouse to help you find needed student support and resources.

If you have limited access to the SDSU virtual environment due to economic conditions, visit the Economic Crisis Response Team website and fill out the request form.

Check out the new "Learning Online 101" tutorial in your Canvas "Courses" tab! 

New to online learning? Bad experiences in the past? This Canvas tutorial will help you make the most of your online courses through four self-paced modules with lots of advice, resources, and testimonials from students and faculty. Go to canvas.sdsu.edu to find "Learning Online 101" in your Courses tab!
 

Most advising is now through non-face-to-face methods such as phone, email, and Zoom. Learn the latest about advising at the college and university levels.

Need off-campus or on-campus access to academic software or the internet? Technical support for computing needs? Click here!

Learn the latest about online tutoring through the Writing Center and the Mathematics and Statistics Learning Center, research assistance through Library and Information Access, and more.

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If you need support with schedule changes, addressing a conflict that is related to academics or need accommodations based on a documented disability, find direct links to resources and services here.

Find information on how to obtain your physical or digital textbooks for your courses.

The SDSU Library is committed to providing students and faculty the services they require for coursework and research in a safe environment. Always check the SDSU Library website for the most up-to-date information.

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Explore these virtual resources in service to your health and well-being.

Stay engaged, even at a distance, through these co-curricular opportunities.
Make the most of your online courses through this evidence-based advice and gateways to information on Blackboard, Canvas, Zoom, and more.