Student Resources

All students living on campus are required to complete a wellness screening each day. Non-residential students and all employees visiting or working on campus are required to complete a daily wellness screening every time they come to campus. Visit the General COVID-19 Information page for more information about campus health protocols.

We’ve compiled a list of information and resources specific to the COVID-19 situation, but if you have questions about a specific campus department or service, we recommend visiting their website directly for current information.If you do not find the information you are seeking, please call our COVID-19 Call Center at (707) 664-2880. You may speak to someone Monday-Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., or leave a message after hours.

2021-2022 Academic Year Information

Live Here Next Year 

Sonoma State University housing is open for the fall 2021 semester and we are excited to offer great housing options and benefits for you! Get the most out of your time at SSU by living on campus, where everything you need to succeed is just outside your door. 

Apply Today

Apply to live on campus by May 1, 2021

New: Seawolf All-Inclusive Experience

The Seawolf All-Inclusive Experience has been designed for on-campus students to enjoy this fall! When living on campus you will receive extra benefits that will provide YOU with the best college experience, including: 

  • $250 Credit for Learning Materials
  • FREE Drip Coffee
  • FREE Parking
  • And So Much More

Seawolf All-Inclusive Experience

This offer is for students living on campus for fall 2021. Apply by May 1, 2021, to receive incentives. See terms and conditions.

2020-2021 Academic Year Information

For the 2020-21 academic year, most student support services are offered virtually Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For up-to-date information on what offices are open on-campus, please visit our COVID-19 What’s Open webpage.

Email is generally the best way to reach someone. Both email and voicemail are checked regularly.

Student events and support services are being provided in a primarily virtual format with few exceptions.

Protocols for short term campus visits or returning to campus can be found on Open Buildings, Facilities and Offices.

See FAQS: Student Services and Instructional Resources for a list of common questions and information on resources specific to the COVID-19 situation and our remote environment. If you have questions about a specific campus department or service, visit their website directly for current information.

If you are not sure where to go for help, please call Student Affairs at (707) 664-2838 or email us at

Quick Links for Covid-related Resources