Community Resources

On-Campus Community


Dahlia Case, the Counselor in SEAS, is dedicated to supporting low income, first generation, historically underrepresented and underserved student populations. SEAS students can receive brief individual and couples therapy, as well as a variety of counseling groups that meet throughout the week. All of these services are covered by the health fee paid at registration each semester. Counseling sessions are confidential, and held in-person in the Student & Faculty Support (SF) building or via Zoom. 

Schedule a counseling appointment through our online portal, or by calling the Student Health and Counseling Services front desk at (510) 885-3735. Click here to go to portal.

Be sure to mention that you’re a SEAS student!  When scheduling online, look for SEAS appointments:

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Our mission at the Undocumented Student Resource Center (USRC) at CSU East Bay is to provide a safe and welcoming space that fosters a community for Undocumented, AB540 students, DACA Recipients, allies, and students from mixed status families. We provide a holistic approach that strives to advance the educational access, academic success, retention and graduation of the undocumented student population.


Pioneers for H.O.P.E (Helping Our Pioneers Excel), California State University, East Bay's new intervention program, will address the Chancellor's food and housing security initiatives to include wide-ranging efforts to immediately serve some of our most-at risk students facing homelessness, food insecurity, and other various crisis situations.

Greater Community

HorŠe Tuuxi! = (hor-sheh troo-hee) Welcome to the Official Website of the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe of the San Francisco Bay Area. The present-day Muwekma Ohlone Tribe is comprised of all of the known surviving American Indian lineages aboriginal to the San Francisco Bay region who trace their ancestry through the Missions Dolores, Santa Clara, and San Jose; and who were also members of the historic Federally Recognized Verona Band of Alameda County.

Visit the Ohlone Muwekma Tribe website to learn more and join initiatives

Hayward Promise Neighborhoods is a collective effort to maximize existing assets in the neighborhoods so that all children, families, and community members have access to equitable opportunities along with a cradle to career continuum of services and supports. These services and supports include the areas of educational success, physical and social-emotional health, and a safe and sustainable thriving community. Please explore the programs and services available to families in HPN. 



  • Pacific Islander Wellness Initiative: The Pacific Islander Wellness Initiative provides FREE prevention and early intervention counseling.
  • Pacific Islander Community Partnership (PICP): Engage, Educate & Empower Pacific Islanders through Community Partnerships
  • Samoan Community Development Center (SCDC): founded in 1991 in San Francisco, CA as a 501c 3. SCDC was originally developed to fill the needs for the Samoan community and Pacific Islanders alike, who migrated to the United States. In time, the needs in our Pacific Islander became greater, calling for more services. SCDC is the only funded organization in San Francisco that serves Samoans and other Pacific Islanders
  • API Legal Outreach: Founded in 1975, the mission of API Legal Outreach is to provide culturally competent and linguistically appropriate legal representation, social services, and advocacy for the most marginalized segments of the community including low-income women, seniors, recent immigrants, and youth.
  • Asian Health Services: Asian Health Services, founded in 1974, provides health, social, and advocacy services for all regardless of income, insurance status, immigration status, language, or culture. Our approach to wellbeing focuses on “whole patient health,” which is why we provide more than primary care services, including mental health, case management, nutrition, and dental care to more than 50,000 patients in English and 14 languages: Korean, ASL, Lao, Burmese, Mandarin, Cantonese, French, Mien, Karen, Mongolian, Karenni, Tagalog, Khmer, and Vietnamese.
  • AYPAL: AYPAL’s mission is to empower Oakland’s low-income Asian & Pacific Islander immigrant and refugee families to be leaders for school reform and neighborhood change. 
  • East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation: Emphasizing our historic and continuing commitment to Asian and Pacific Islander communities, EBALDC works with and for all the diverse populations of the East Bay to build healthy, vibrant and safe neighborhoods through community development.
  • Asian Prisoner Support Committee: The mission of the Asian Prisoner Support Committee (APSC) is to provide direct support to Asian and Pacific Islander (API) prisoners and to raise awareness about the growing number of APIs being imprisoned, detained, and deported.