Financial Resources for SDSU Students
SDSU recognizes Title IX violations may impact students' finances. Listed below are some financial resources available to all students.
The Economic Crisis Response Team, or ECRT, is a group of staff, administrators, students, and faculty from across campus working together to ensure students experiencing food or housing insecurity, or other immediate, unforeseen financial crises are connected with short-term and long-term aid quickly and without stigmatization.
The team was created to coordinate already existing resources on campus, and collect information on off-campus agencies that provide different types of support to college students in need. We also seek out opportunities to provide access to these different types of support through awareness activities and partnering with others already doing outstanding service related to food or housing insecurity.
Please visit the ECRT website to request assistance if you or a student you know has an immediate, temporary food or housing need.
No appointment needed. Financial aid counselors are available by phone and at the front desk.
- 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every weekday
- Check AidLink before you call: Please note that federal law does not allow us to reveal any specific student information by telephone. Log in to AidLink for immediate answers to your questions about your financial aid and scholarship applications.
CalVCB can help pay bills and expenses that result from qualifying violent crimes (including sexual and domestic violence). Some expenses that may be covered include medical and mental health bills, relocation, income loss, home security, and other crime related expenses.
To apply for CalVCB visit online.victims.ca.gov or call 800-777-9229.