The following page provide links to valuable information regarding campus and academic resources and campus policies.

Rape & Sexual Assault

Check It Humboldt

CHECK IT is about creating a campus culture where it's the norm to embody consent and CHECK IT when we see a situation that just doesn't feel right. 
CHECK IT is about creating a campus culture that’s more rooted within a sense of community where we all look out for one another and have each other’s backs. 
CHECK IT is about making clear to those who commit acts of violence that it is not acceptable and we are not going to put up with it in our community. 
CHECK IT is about strategizing as a community different ways we can take action when we see potential moments of harm happening around us so that in those moments we have the tools to do something instead of nothing. 

Title IX

Cal Poly Humboldt does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, or sexual orientation in its education programs or activities. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and certain other federal and state laws, prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex in all education programs and activities operated by the university (both on and off campus). Title IX protects all people regardless of their gender or gender identity from sex discrimination, which includes sexual harassment and violence.

North Coast Rape Crisis Team

The North Coast Rape Crisis Team is a non-profit organization providing free and confidential services to survivors of sexual assault and their loved ones in Humboldt and Del Norte counties in Northern California.

Brochures available from the North Coast Rape Crisis Team include: LGBT, Men, What's Hate and Risk Reduction

  • (707)445-2881- 24 Hour Line
  • (707)443-2737-Business Line
  • (707)443-2738-TTY Line
  • TTY & Business Line Available M-F 8:30-5:00


Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar is here to guide you through your Cal Poly Humboldt experience. They can help you register for classes, declare your major, update your personal information and audit your degree when you’re ready to graduate.

Financial Aid

The Humboldt Financial Aid Office is committed to assisting students seeking resources to finance their education by administering federal, state and institutional aid programs, and providing a fair, sensitive and confidential environment in which students can receive a variety of counseling and other resources to assist in making informed financial decisions.

Learning Center

The Learning Center offers a comprehensive program of services to support the academic needs of Humboldt students. These services are for every type of student: from first year to graduate student, from students struggling to stay in school to students trying for straight A's, and from local Humboldt County students to international students.

At the Learning Center, students can get help with difficult courses, study skills, standardized test preparation, reading, math, and writing skills. You can study with a tutor, meet individually with a lab assistant to help keep you on track, and use interactive software programs that strengthen academic and learning skills.

Undeclared Advising

If you’re not sure what you want to study or what career you’d like to pursue after graduation, it’s completely understandable. You are far from alone. Don’t waste energy or time worrying about it. Instead, head into the Undeclared Advising office and let them help you explore.


Career Center

Career Center provides services, support and counseling for students looking for part time work, to graduating students looking for a full job.

Counseling and Psychological Services

Psychological assessment, short term individual and couples counseling, groups and workshops, information and referral, and crisis intervention, outreach, psychoeducation, and consultation are available to regularly enrolled, part time, or full time students from Cal Poly Humboldt.

Housing & Dining

Housing & Dining offers a variety of services to students living on and off campus.

Multicultural Center

The MultiCultural Center (MCC) is a dynamic and inclusive learning community that supports students in their academic and personal journeys at Humboldt. We do this by creating community, a home away from home and a safe place to Explore, Experience, Express, Empower and Engage. The MCC is committed to retention and student success by providing co-curricular opportunities for leadership development, social justice advocacy, identity exploration and cross-cultural learning experiences. They are a student-centered program that fosters acceptance and respect of all people.


The Ombudsperson serves as a facilitator and a resource person. The primary aim of the Ombuds office is to promote a positive campus environment by helping to resolve problems through listening, providing information, making referrals to other campus resources and identifying options and alternatives.

Student Health Center

The Cal Poly Humboldt Student Health Center is an accredited outpatient medical facility which serves enrolled Humboldt students. Basic medical services are available at no charge and elective services are available at low cost. The Student Health Center's medical professionals are dedicated to meeting the health needs of the student community, promoting wellness and independence, and collaborating with local and regional resources to provide access to comprehensive services.

University Police

Cal Poly Humboldt's Police Department provides a safe and secure environment for the Cal Poly Humboldt community 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Their professionally trained staff protects life and property. They oversee crime prevention, multi-hazard emergency planning, general security, live scan, and parking administration and enforcement. Duties also include criminal and traffic investigation, law enforcement, escorts of valuables and equipment, reporting of safety hazards, assistance to motorists, and assistance to other law enforcement and social service agencies.

Veterans Enrollment and Transition Services

Veterans Enrollment and Transition Services provide the best possible services to veterans by making Cal Poly Humboldt a home away from home and providing a safe learning environment that each alumnus will take with them in pursuit of a better future. They are responsible for providing services to veterans, active military personnel, and dependents enrolled at the University, such as: Academic advising, counseling, approving course selection in compliance with DVA regulations, tutoring, DVA Work Study Program, certifying enrollment for the GI Bill, and Vocational Rehabilitation Program.


Anti-Plagiarism Guide

The Anti-Plagiarism Guide helps students understand what constitutes plagiarism and helps them learn how to avoid doing it. Topics included how to quote, paraphrase, how to create works cited page, as well links to additional resources.

University Policies

Academic Honesty

Academic honesty is of serious concern at Humboldt. It is integral to all six principles for building successful campus community, especially to the maintenance of a "just" and "disciplined" campus. Students are expected to maintain high standards of academic integrity.

Alcohol & Drug

Cal Poly Humboldt subscribes to a drug-free campus and workplace.

Appropriate Use

The Cal Poly Humboldt Appropriate Use Policy contains the governing philosophy for regulating faculty, student, and staff use of the University's computing, communications, and information resources. It spells out the general principles regarding appropriate use of data, equipment, software, and networks.

Attendance & Behavior

Students have the right to attend and participate in all classes for which they are officially enrolled. They may be denied only for the purpose of maintaining suitable circumstances for teaching and learning. Any student who has neglected the work of the course or is disruptive to the educational process may be excluded from a course.

Complaints Against Students

Students at Humboldt assume the responsibility for conducting themselves in a manner compatible with the university's function as an educational institution and in a way that will not impair achievement of the university's education mission. Inappropriate conduct by students or applicants for admission is subject to discipline as provided in sections 41301 through 41304 of article 1.1, Title 5, California Code of Regulations.

Complaints against Faculty, Staff, or Administrators

The purpose of the Student Grievance Procedure is to provide a means by which a student may pursue a complaint against a member of the faculty, staff, or administration at Humboldt for an alleged violation of campus policy or to appeal a grade.

Humboldt Web Policy

The web presents an unparalleled venue for communication with vast and diverse external constituencies, thus its administration at Cal Poly Humboldt shall be coordinated by the University Web Office. The web, in its design and use, lacks explicit mechanisms for control; however, it can also foster an effective, comprehensive presentation of university information. Such a presentation requires coordination and quality. Though guided by the University Web Office, the responsibility for ensuring that Cal Poly Humboldt's quality image is protected is shared by all who contribute to it.

Nondiscrimination Procedures

The purpose of these procedures is to provide an opportunity to resolve matters alleging discrimination to students and to employees who are not covered by collective bargaining agreements or California State University system-wide procedures for processing complaints of discrimination.

Sexual Harassment & Assault

Cal Poly Humboldt is committed to maintaining an environment free from sexual harassment and sexual assault. Sexual harassment and sexual assault will not be tolerated by the University. They subvert the mission of the University and threaten the careers, educational experience, and well-being of students, faculty, and staff. Sexual harassment interferes with a student's educational performance or an employee's work and creates an atmosphere of intimidation, low morale and hostility that the University cannot permit. Sexual harassment and sexual assault also can cause long term damage to the life and health of victims.

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