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Student Services at CR

CR wants you to succeed!

By taking advantage of a wide variety of learning opportunities from the very beginning of your college career, you can increase your chances of success. Following are the many support services and activities available to you at CR.

* Please note: All services listed are available on our Eureka Campus. For Del Norte and Klamath-Trinity, contact individual programs for more information.

Welcome Center

Visit the Welcome Center to get help with General Admission, Advising, Financial Aid questions, student accounts login issues, WebAdvisor navigation and Issuing Student ID cards. The WC is also a great starting point for general questions about College of the Redwoods for current and potential students! 

The Welcome Center is located in the first floor of the Student Services building, within Counseling and Advising.

Are you having trouble with your computers or other tech that you use for CR classes? We might be able to help!


Academic Support Center 

The Academic Support Center provides tutoring and test proctoring services. Tutoring is available in-person and online in a variety of subjects. Test proctoring is available with your instructor’s approval or with a DSPS accommodation.

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4154

Admissions and Records 

Admissions and Records can assist with application, registration, transcript and degree petition questions. Visit our website for a complete list of services and forms. 

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4200

Adult Education

The Adult Education program offers non-credit instruction in a variety of courses that can assist students in reaching their personal and professional goals. Noncredit courses are intended to provide students with lifelong learning, college transfer and career preparation opportunities.

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4500


Intercollegiate athletic sports offerings for students. 

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4213


Basic Needs Center

Our program is open to all currently enrolled CR students with unmet financial aid need. Specific services may have additional eligilibity requirements.

Services & Referrals:
Short-term emergency relief, Hygiene access and supplies, Clothing closet and school supplies, On-campus food bank, CalFresh application help, Room offered/wanted board, Support for homeless students

Contact info
Located in the Mendo Lounge, between Student Services and Housing
Basic Needs Specialist: Theresa Huffman, 707-476-4153,


CR has switched to a fully online bookstore. You can have books delivered straight to your home or pick them up on campus.

Contact info
Phone: -707-476-4130

Business Office  

The CR Business Office is available to support both students and employees. We can assist with student account questions, student payments, refunds, NelNet payment plans, BankMobile Disbursements, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc., financial aid disbursements, residents hall billing and more. Please visit our website for a complete list of services available. 

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4126



California Work Opportunity & Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) is a state-funded Welfare-to-Work program designed to assist student parents who are receiving cash assistance (TANF). CalWORKs students receive specialized academic advising, assistance with transportation, support with school supplies, work study jobs, and referrals to supportive services.

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4581

Career Center

College of the Redwoods Career Center assists students with access to career exploration and planning resources, including one-on-one resume and interview prep while also providing employers with qualified applicants via our Job Board. Students may also earn CSU-transferable units via internships or paid employment with Cooperative Work Experience Education.

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4305

Child Development Center

College of the Redwoods Child Development Center simultaneously provides a high-quality laboratory setting for Early Childhood Education students, and enriching child care and development services for our local community.

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4337

Complaint Process

The student complaint process at CR falls under three categories: non academic, unlawful discrimination or grade change. If an issue is not resolved through the College of the Redwoods Student Complaint Process, you may have additional options. 

CR Process

Complaint Process

Counseling and Advising

Counseling Services provides students access to professional counselors who can assist with a variety of needs including academic and mental health counseling. 

Academic advisors can help students create or update a student education plan, select classes based on individual goals, discuss transfer, articulation, and general career plans. For more information on how to schedule an appointment please visit our website or call the number listed below. 

Contact info
Phone: Eureka: 707-476-4150, Del Norte: 707-465-2300

Seeking advice on how to transfer to Cal Poly Humboldt? Chat with a Transfer Coordinator below!

Baron Parks is the Cal Poly Humboldt Transfer Specialist serving students at Eureka, Del Norte, and Klamath-Trinity.

  • Schedule an appointment by emailing or calling!
  • email:
  • CR Office phone: 707-476-4196

Cal Poly Humboldt Phone: (707) 826-6239

CR Public Safety 

CRPS is here to serve and protect, ensuring a safe campus for all. Providing respect, dignity, and assistance at every opportunity. We preserve safety through preventive planning, investigations and enforcement services. Reach a security officer on duty 24/7, 365 days a year. 

Contact info
CRPS Office Phone: 707-476-4112
Emergency Phone: 707- 476-4111


Dental Health Center

The CR Dental Health Center provides reduced cost dental services performed by a licensed dentist and registered dental hygienist being assisted by students enrolled in the Dental Assisting Program. Our services are available to the community; we do however give priority to students and staff of the College of the Redwoods. We do not provide emergency care and appointments are required.

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4250

Dining Services

Dining Services runs the CR Cafe which serves a variety of cuisines for people of all tastes. The Café has a menu which serves food to order meals. The Café also has a convenience store where you can buy drinks, snacks and sundries. 

The Café-Order Online Here

The Food Lab (food trailer) - Order Online Here

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4235

Disability Services and Programs for Student (DSPS)

Providing accommodations, advising, and other assistive services related to disabilities. Please contact your campus DSPS office at the number below. The LIGHT Center provides individual and small group instruction for students needing academic assistance. Please click the LIGHT Center link for hours of operation and tutor contact information.

Contact info
Eureka: 707-476-4280
Del Norte: 707-465-2324
Klamath-Trinity: 707-476-4280



EOPS is a state-funded student success program designed to support students disadvantaged by economic and educational barriers. Services include book vouchers, grants, transportation assistance, specialized counseling and advising, priority registration and more.

CARE is a supplemental program to EOPS designed to provide extra help to single parents receiving cash aid.

NextUp is a supplemental program to EOPS designed to support current and former foster youth.

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4270


Farm Share

The College of the Redwoods' Certified Organic Farm in Shively is here to teach sustainable agricultural practices in plant science, animal science, and agribusiness through hands-on learning. Fresh organic produce from the farm is available through our CSA program and farm stand. We accept all forms of payment and EBT.  

Contact info
Phone: 707-599-1338

Financial Aid 

Don't let a lack of funds keep you from reaching your goals. Learn how to make CR's already low costs even more affordable with financial aid. Visit the Financial Aid website to learn about different types of aid, how to apply, eligibility, forms and more. 

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4182

Foster & Kinship Care Education Program  

The College of the Redwoods FKCE program works with the Humboldt and Del Norte County Department of Health & Human Services, Child Welfare Divisions to provide training and support for the resource families in the county. The FKCE program provides caregivers with continuing education training on topics such as understanding attachment and bonding, helping children who have experienced trauma, impacts of grief and loss, positive discipline methods, advocating for children in the education system, and working with child welfare.

Contact info
Phone: (707) 476-4455


Health & Mental Health Services

If you are in distress or are with someone at risk right now, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or TEXT 741-741

Timely Care

When you're feeling under the weather physically or distressed mentally, you can find the help you're looking for in just a few quick taps. Students can schedule an appointment anytime via phone, video, and chat. Visit TimelyMD here

Mental Health Services
Students should text, email, or fax Shawna Bell directly for scheduling and/or services.

Contact info
Text: 707-496-2856
Fax: 707-237-2318 (voicemail can be left via fax)

Honors Program

CR's NSLS chapter operates asynchronously online, as well as hosting in-person events on and off campus. Students work toward leadership and empowerment goals by attending workshops to learn communication, leadership, and team-building skills. They connect with each other to share support, motivation, ideas, and information. NSLS membership offers benefits such as: 

  • Scholarships & Awards: NSLS members have access to over a quarter-million dollars in exclusive scholarships and awards. 
  • Job Bank: Members can apply to jobs/internships and have access to employers seeking to hire NSLS members. 
  • Professional Communication Training: A professionally administered communication assessment tool (DISC) helps to identify communication style, recognize and appreciate other styles, and prepares how to interact effectively with others. 
  • Partner Discounts & Benefits: Discounts on many retail goods and services. 
  • Custom Recommendations: Members receive personalized letters for graduate admissions officers and employers. 
  • Nationwide Network: Members will join over a million members at over 650 colleges in a network of support and motivation. 

There is a membership fee associated with student memberships, but a number of scholarships are available for students in need, funded by NSLS and the CR. For more information, please contact Abigail Queen at


International Students

College of the Redwoods welcomes international students who are attending college for the first time or are transferring from another school within the United States. CR offers international students comprehensive support that includes assistance with the application process, academic advising, practical training opportunities and peer assistance throughout their educational endeavors.

Contact info
Phone: (707) 476-4201



Library/Learning Resource Center 

The CR Library is a one stop source for research materials and assistance, with faculty librarians and library staff available to help you. Databases and online resources are available 24/7. Library faculty provide research assistance via chat, phone, and email; and staff are available to answer questions about borrowing reserve materials for classes including textbooks, computers, and more.

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4260


Multicultural & Equity Center

MEC Ambassadors will be available at times to be determined through Zoom to chat with students and to provide awareness of resources. The MEC Schedule (Club Meetings, Connections times, and other Ambassador times) will be available when school resumes on the website and via social media.

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4255


Parking & Transportation

Eureka Campus parking enforcement is handled through the CR Public Safety. Citations are issued to those in violation of Parking regulations. Semester, Annual and Summer Session permits are available to purchase online. Go to and follow the instructions. If you are a Student you are required to use your email address in order to purchase a parking permit.

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4112


Residence Halls / Housing

At the CR Residence Halls, you will meet other students with diverse backgrounds, varied interests, and some of whom may become lifelong friends. We are a small, close-knit community where support and guidance can be found around every corner. The Housing Office is here to help with any issue that may arise, as well as offer a wealth of information about community and campus life. There are friendly staff to help make your stay in the CR Residence Halls as positive and memorable as possible. In addition, residents have access to onsite laundry in each building, evening weightroom hours, free admissions to CR events, and only a 5-minute walk to all classes.

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4294


Scholarships Office

The Scholarship Office is available to assist students financially in attaining their educational goals by rewarding academic achievements, strengthening donor relationships, and increasing scholarship funds through endowments and contributions.

Contact Info:
Call: (707) 476-4191


TRiO (Del Norte)

TRIO empowers students to enhance their college experience by linking them to all campus support programs. TRIO provides opportunities such as campus events, financial aid assistance, technology support, transfer planning, major selection, and career exploration. TRIO (Del Norte) primarily serves students 

Contact Info:
Call: (707) 465-2320

TRiO (Eureka)

TRiO is a multi-faceted support service program which helps students overcome barriers to higher education. Our mission is to put student success first by helping our participants reach their individual educational goals in a timely manner, and to increase persistence and graduation rates for underrepresented students at College of the Redwoods.

Monday-Friday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Contact Info:
Phone: (707) 476-4134


Upward Bound

Upward Bound provides fundamental support to participants in their preparation for college entrance. The program provides opportunities for participants to succeed in their precollege performance and ultimately in their higher education pursuits. Upward Bound serves high school students from: income eligible families and families in which neither parent holds a bachelor's degree. The goal of Upward Bound is to increase the rate at which participants complete secondary education and enroll in and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education. The high schools we serve are: Castle Rock Charter School, Del Norte High School, East High School, Eureka High School, Fortuna Union High School, and Pacific View Charter School.

Monday-Friday 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Contact Info:
Phone: (707) 476-4277


Veterans Resource Center

The VRC is committed to being a one-stop shop to all veteran and military affiliated students. Along with providing general support for students with applications and paperwork, the Veterans Resource Center also provides academic advising and schedule planning.

Regardless of your educational goal(s), the VRC is here to assist with all questions and concerns that may arise while attending College of the Redwoods.

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4110


Workforce and Community Education

WCE courses are not-for-credit classes offered in addition to the College's academic program. The courses are presented for your occupational and personal development.

Contact info
Phone: 707-476-4500

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