San Bernardino Campus

On Campus Resources

Assistive Technology & Accessibility Center (ATAC)

This is a self-instructional computer lab available exclusively to students with disabilities. One must be registered with the Services to Students with Disabilities office (UH-183) to use the lab. ACRC also provides training and support in various assistive technology software programs and works closely with clients of California Department of Rehabilitation and Veteran's Affairs Visual Impairment Services (VIST) program.

Some of the assistive software available include:

  • JAWS® screen reading software
  • OpenBook™ scanning and reading software
  • Dragon Naturally Speaking speech recognition software
  • WYNN literacy software
  • ZoomText magnification and screen reading software

Please visit the ACRC website

CC - Career Center

The Career Development Center provides comprehensive career services and integrates the campus and the community for the advancement of student learning and career success. Therefore, the Career Development Center offers programs that meet the career/life challenges of those they serve.

Programs and services include:

  • Alumni Support
  • Career Counseling
  • Career Fairs
  • Career Library
  • Handshake
  • Mock Interviews
  • On-Campus Interview Program
  • Resume Critiques
  • Workshops
    • Resume Clinic
    • Interview Skills
    • Job Search

Please visit the Career Center website

Colleges and Departments

Here's a list of links to each college showing its departments or majors:

Please visit the list of CSUSB Colleges and Academic Departments websites for a full list of departments.

Cross Cultural Center

The Cross Cultural Center focuses on issues of race and ethnicity by providing programs, workshops and advising. The Center create a place for students to explore issues of identity, develop political and social communities that benefit individuals and the campus as a whole. This produces a community that embraces racial, ethnic and cultural diversity and works toward ending intolerance by the development of understanding.

Please visit the Cross Cultural Center website

EOP - Educational Opportunity Program

The EOP program provides access to higher education for students who come from disadvantaged backgrounds and meet specific qualification guidelines.
EOP services include support for:

  • Admission
  • Academic Advisement
  • Career and Personal Counseling
  • Tutoring
  • Financial Assistance
  • Graduate School Information

Please visit the EOP website

Tutoring Office

Tutoring in the following subjects is done in room UH-350, unless otherwise noted.
All subjects which we currently tutor will have "Spring 2018" listed next to it.
Click on the subject name to see the schedule.
Regular Tutoring starts April 9th.
Regular Tutoring ends June 8th

You will need to bring 3 things to tutoring:

  • Your book
  • Your class notes
  • Work that you have done on the problem(s) so you can show exactly where your question is

Students please read Prepare for Tutoring before your tutoring session. Please make sure you have done as much of the preparation as possible so you can have a productive tutoring session.

Tutoring is done in room UH-350, unless otherwise noted.

OARC - Osher Adult Re-Entry Center

The OARC staff recognize that non-traditional students face unique challenges and that returning or entering school at this stage in life can seem daunting. They offer both on- and off-campus referrals, an opportunity for adult learners to share interests and experiences, and to participate in campus life. Their purpose is to assist adult learners by providing programs and services which will enable them to have a successful and enriching college experience.

Some of their services include:

  • Access to computers, Internet, and E-mail
  • Reference Books, magazines, and newspapers
  • Staff that can assist with accessing campus resources
  • Opportunities to network with other nontraditional students
  • Complimentary coffee, water and use of microwave and refrigerator

Please visit the OARC website

Ombuds Services & Gender Equity

The University Ombuds Officer is an informal, independent, impartial and confidential resource for students, faculty, staff or others seeking to address University-related problems, complaints or concerns.
A variety of related services are available.

Please visit the Office of Ombuds Services & Gender Equity website

Pfau Library

The Library offers a wide variety of services. See their full list of Library Services which includes:

  • Check-Out Renewals
  • Computing
  • Interlibrary Loan
  • Printing & Copying
  • Reference
  • Study Rooms

Please visit the Pfau Library website

SAIL - Student Assistance In Learning program

SAIL is a federally-funded TRIO Student Support Services project which includes outreach programs designed to assist low-income, first-generation and students with disabilities. Their specific goal is to increase the college retention and graduation rates of students at the undergraduate level.

Services available include:

  • Academic Advising
  • Adjunct Courses
  • Career Counseling
  • Child Care Support for Low Income Student Parents
  • College Reading Courses
  • Enrichment Events
  • Financial Literacy and Financial Aid Advising
  • Grant Aid and Scholarships
  • Personal Counseling
  • Graduate School Preparation
  • SAIL Listserv and SAIL Moodle Site
  • SAIL Resource Center
  • Study Skills and Personal Growth Workshops

Please visit the SAIL website

SSD - Services to Students with Disabilities

Services to Students with Disabilities, SSD provides the necessary support services instrumental for the achievement of chosen academic goals. Services are critical to a student's success; therefore, needs are assessed on an individual basis. This highly personalized approach has enabled SSD to successfully help thousands of students achieve their chosen academic goals.

Types of disabilities supported:

  • Learning Disabilities
  • Deaf or Hearing Impaired
  • Blind or Visually Impaired
  • Mobility Impaired
  • Psychological or Cognitive Disabilities
  • Temporary Disabilities

Types of accommodations available:

  • Priority Registration
  • Alternate Furniture
  • Alternate Media
  • Sign-Language Interpreter
  • Assistive Listening Devices
  • Cart Services
  • In-Class Aides
  • Note-Taking Services
  • Real-Time Captioning
  • Exam Accommodations

Please visit the Services to Students with Disabilities website

Student Health Center and Psychological Counseling Center

The Student Health and Counseling Center provides first aid and basic out patient care services. They have a full time staff Monday through Friday to care for student's needs. First Aid is always available during clinic hours to anyone on campus. They are staffed with Doctors and Nurse Practitioners, Nurses and a Pharmacy. Their Psychological Counseling Center has a full time staff of Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Psychologists and supervised interns. Regularly enrolled students at CSUSB are automatically eligible for health and counseling care at the Student Health and Psychological Counseling Center.
Some of their services include:

  • Student Health Center
    • Physicals
    • Birth control and Contraception information
    • Vaccines
    • TB Skin test
  • Psychological Counseling Center
    • Individual Counseling
    • Couples Counseling
    • Group Counseling
    • Wellness Workshops
    • Referrals
    • Outreach

Please visit the Student Health Center website and the Psychological Counseling Center website

Student Leadership and Development

Student Leadership and Development provides "a welcoming and safe, intellectual and social environment that intentionally engages campus members in the life of the university by offering co-curricular opportunities that facilitate leadership development."

Services available include:

  • Support for student clubs and organizations
  • Student hosted programs
  • On-going workshops
  • Advising sessions

Please visit the Student Leadership and Development website

Tutoring Locations

The campus provides many locations for tutoring with various emphases. Locations in addition to those already listed here include:

  • Social & Behavioral Sciences Writing Lab
  • Multimedia Language Center
  • Math Department

Emphasis-specific sources include:

  • Social Work Writing
  • Accounting by Beta Alpha Psi
  • Math Club
  • Chemistry
  • Philosophy “Logic Lab”

Please visit the Campus Tutoring Locations website

Veterans' Success Center

Military veterans and current service members can use programs and benefits to streamline admission, attendance and costs, allowing Armed Forces veterans who are stationed or reside in California to strike new career paths, develop new skills, or resume an interrupted education. Also, programs affiliated with the U.S. Armed Forces offer flexibility to accommodate active military and reserve service obligations.

Please visit the Military/Veterans' Success Center website

Women's Resource Center

The Women's Resource Center is a supportive place for all women on campus where diversity is respected and celebrated. The Center's purpose is to encourage women by providing services and programs which will enhance their college experience and help them realize their fullest potential. The WRC is committed to addressing sexism and discrimination in all its forms in order to create a more just environment for all.

Please visit the Women's Resource Center website

The Writing Center

The Writing Center offers tutoring/conferencing for students from all disciplines and at all stages of their composing processes. Tutors also conduct conversation groups and conferencing specifically designed for ESL students.
Writing consultants help students:

  • interpret assignments
  • discover topics
  • expand ideas
  • clarify organization
  • incorporate counter-arguments
  • cite references
  • edit and proofread

Please visit The Writing Center website

Off-Campus Resources


211 is a toll-free, 3-digit phone number and service that provides information about many community resources including: employment resources, low-cost or free health clinics, free eyeglass replacement for the elderly, affordable parenting classes and other counseling services. 211 is a database and directory with a 24-hour call center staffed by highly trained specialists.




211 website

Ability Tools

Ability Tools, located in San Bernardino, is a device lending library and reuse center that loans out or distributes assistive technology devices for free or at a low cost.


1955 S. Hunts Lane, San Bernardino, CA 92408


(909) 890-9516


Ability Tools website

The Braille Institute

The Braille Institute, located in Rancho Mirage, CA, provides mainstream technology and adaptive devices such as magnifiers, CCTVs, and computer training with blind/low-vision software.


70-251 Ramon Road, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270


(760) 321-1111


Braille Institute website

California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR)

DOR is an employment and independent living resource for people with disabilities. Services include assistance with applications for State employment, support for recipients of SSI/SSDI, an assistive technology loan program, and financial assistance. Application is required.


(866) 449-2730
TTY: (866) 359-7705


California Department of Rehabilitation website

Children & Youth Services SBC

The Children’s System of Care offers an array of services for young peoplewho are not benefitting from traditional mental health services. Services range from crisis intervention to life skills, and educational services for young people aged 0 to 26 years old.


658 E. Brier Drive, #150, San Bernardino, CA 92415


(909) 387-5300


Children & Youth Services SBC website

Community Access Center

The Community Access Center, located in Riverside, CA, provides free services including systems advocacy, individual advocacy, peer counseling, assistive technology, ADA compliance reviews, and disaster planning.


6848 Magnolia Ave #150, Riverside, CA 92506


(951) 274-0358


Community Access Center website

Community Action Partnership SBC

The Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County (CAPSBC) is part of a National Community Action Network established under President Lyndon B. Johnson’s “War on Poverty” movement. CAPSBC offers many programs for homeless and low income individuals including food bank and soup kitchen services, as well as family development and environmental services.


696 S. Tippecanoe Ave., San Bernardino, CA 92408-2607


(800) 635-4618 (toll free)
(909) 723-1500 (telephone)


CAPSBC website

Crisis Services SBC

The Crisis Walk-In Clinics (CWIC) provide urgent mental health services to residents of San Bernardino County. CWIC provides crisis intervention, crisis risk assessments, medications, referrals to county, contract and community resources, education, and when necessary evaluations for hospitalization. In collaboration with the Community Crisis Response Teams (CCRT), the CWICs work to reduce hospitalizations and improve the quality of life for individuals residing in San Bernardino County.


850 E. Foothill Boulevard, Rialto, CA 92376 87


(909) 421-9495


Crisis Services SBC website

Homeless Outreach Support Team (HOST)

Homeless Outreach Support Team (HOST) Homeless Outreach Support Team (HOST) provides outreach and engagement services to individuals and their families in an effort to obtain permanent supportive housing. Wrap-around services are provided by case managers to assist the individuals to maintain housing and become resilient in the community. Services include outreach, intensive case management, advocacy, and empowerment for self-sufficiency, as well as linkage and referrals.


850 E. Foothill Boulevard, Rialto, CA 92376


(909) 421-4633


Homeless Outreach Support Team (HOST) website

The Inland Empire Lighthouse for the Blind

The Inland Empire Lighthouse for the Blind, located in San Bernardino, CA, provides free services such as: classes, instruction, materials, meals, transportation, and referral services to the completely and legally blind.


359 E Parkcenter Cir S, San Bernardino, CA 92408


(909) 884-3121


Inland Empire Lighthouse website

Path of Life

The Path of Life Ministries is a non-profit organization based in Riverside, CA, that is committed to assisting the Riverside homeless population and low income individuals with a goal to rescue, restore, and rebuild lives in the community. They provide community shelter and family shelter programs as well as numerous other resources for the homeless.


2840 Hulen Place, Riverside, CA 92507 (individuals)
2530 Third St., Riverside, CA 92507 (families)


(951) 462-9822 (individuals)
(951) 462-9822 (families)


Path of Life website

Recovery Based Engagement Support Team (RBEST)

The Recovery Based Engagement Support Team (RBEST) project provides community (field-based) services in the form of outreach, engagement, case management, family education, support, and therapy for adult clients in the community who suffer from untreated mental illness in an effort to connect them to the mental health system to receive appropriate services.


(909) 421-9452


Recovery Based Engagement Support Team (RBEST) website

Riverside Transit Agency

Riverside Transit Agency is responsible for coordinating transit services throughout the approximately 2,500 square mile service area, providing driver training, assistance with grant applications, and development of Short Range Transit Plans (SRTPs). RTA provides both local and regional services throughout the county with 37 fixed routes, eight CommuterLink routes, and Dial-A-Ride services using 334 vehicles. The Dial-A-Ride service is an origin-to-destination reservation transportation service for persons with disabilities. Dial-A-Ride vehicles travel to areas within three-quarters of a mile of an RTA local fixed route. These areas are called the “Dial-A-Ride service area”, and trips can begin and end in these service areas. To learn more about RTA and Dial-A-Ride services, call the phone number or visit their website listed below.


2840 Hulen Place, Riverside, CA 92507 (individuals)


(951) 565-5002
Riverside Transit Agency website

Rolling StartRolling Start, Inc., located in San Bernardino, CA, provides several resources to meet the technological needs of the disabled community with a device lending library program, voice options program, reuse program and assistive technology consumer training.


1955 S. Hunts Ln., San Bernardino, CA 92408


(909) 890-9516


Rolling Start website

Sahaba Initiative

Sahaba Initiative aims to develop healthy individuals and families through social services and community efforts which include mental health, mentorship, and direct services. Some of the services provided include: food pantry, resource center for drug and alcohol support as well as financial assistance, youth programs, and more.


242 W. 5th Street, San Bernardino, CA 92401


(909) 381-3002


Sahaba Initiative website

Service Center for Independent Life

Service Center for Independent Life, located in Claremont, CA, provides freeservices such as assistive technology coordination, advocacy, transition assistance, computer skills training, resume building and SSI benefits help.


107 S. Spring St., Claremont, CA 91711


909) 621-6722
Website:Service Center for Independent Life website


VTrans-Omnitrans is located in San Bernardino, CA. The ADA requires public transit agencies that provide fixed-route service to provide “complimentary para-transit” services to people with disabilities who cannot use the fixed-route bus or rail service.


1700 W. Fifth Street, San Bernardino, CA 92411 (headquarters)
599 W. Rialto Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92401 (transit center)


(909) 379-7100


VTrans-Omnitrans website