The following resources/services are provided to SFSU Students, and are not necessarily provided through ASI, please visit their website for more information.
- ASI Scholarship (PDF)
ASI Invites you to apply for a Scholarships for Fall 2013 & Spring 2014
- Total Award may be up to $1,000 per student
- Application Filing Deadline is February 15, 2013
- ASI March Newsletter(PDF)
Download our March Newsletter to get caught up on current events at San Francisco State University brought to you by ASI
- Free Anti-Virus
Available to all SFSU employees and students with a valid SFSU ID and PAC number.
- Free Book Loan Service
This program is offered to low-income students of historically under-represented communities. Books will be loaned to students at the beginning of each semester and will be collected at the end of the semester.
- Free Condoms
As the leading advocate and promoter of safe sex on S.F.S.U's campus, E.R.O.S. provides resources and services for walk-in clientele, and co-sponsors significant and historical events held on campus. E.R.O.S. continues to distribute free condoms, lubrication, pamphlets, brochures, books, and referrals to the hundreds of students received each semester.
- Free Software Training
Division of Information Technology's Training Center, located in ADM 103 offers computer-related short courses and workshops to all SFSU students, staff, and faculty throughout the year. Each short course is one to two hours in length and there is no need to register for classes since they are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Some of the classes they offer include:
- Beginning Computers -
Email w/ Eudora, Hardware/Software, Mac OS X, Web Research, Windows XP
- Computer Graphics - Illustrator, Photoshop, Scanning
- Data Analysis - Access, FileMaker Pro, SPSS
- Microsoft Office - Excel, PowerPoint, Word
- Web Development - Dreamweaver, Flash, FrontPage, HTML
- Free Tutoring - The Community Access & Retention Program (CARP) provides tutorial and academic support services for all undergraduate students at San Francisco State University (SFSU), placing a special emphasis on working with first-generation and underrepresented students.