Supporting Student Success while Parenting
SF State values and appreciates the dedication of our students who are pursuing their education goals while pregnant or parenting. Our goal of academic success for all students means we want to help and support those balancing education and family responsibilities.
Did you know parenting students are eligible for Priority Registration? Visit the link below to learn how to apply.
Self-Certification of Dependents must be completed by Wednesday, October 25th to receive an early registration appointment for the Spring 2024 semester. If you miss this deadline, you can still submit your self-certification so you can receive early registration for Fall 2024.
Can help you plan your schedule, keep on track with your goals, and learn your options around managing medical absences related to pregnancy.
Provides accommodations to student with disabilities or those whose pregnancies have disabling symptoms.
Assists student parents attain their educational goals by providing care for their young children in a high-quality and affordable educational setting.
Provides high-quality early care and education for infants, toddlers and preschool children of SF State employees and the community.
A resource, referral and educational program for the campus community.
Provides referrals to assist SF State community with law-related questions or concerns.
Provides resources and support for students facing food, housing, or economic instability. They also provide free diapering supplies to parenting students.
Helps students apply for free money for food
Helps students get additional nutrition support and extra money back on taxes.
Provides free produce and staples to student every week.
Taking care of your health and well-being is essential as a parent. Take advantage of the resources included in your tuition here on campus.
Includes health services, mental health services, and health-promoting events for SF State Students.
Provides transformative activities and opportunities for wellness and health.