Dr. Sascha Longstreth and her CFD 575 students gather for a group photo during their final showcase exhibition, The Visual Representations of Social Justice in Child and Family Studies.
Learn about resources available to students in the Department of Child and Family Development.
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Advising is available to all students.
Current undergraduate advising:
- Direct all questions or clarification of General Education (G.E.) requirements to the SDSU Undergraduate Advising Center on campus located in the Student Services West Building (map), room 1551, (619-594-6668).
- Direct all questions about the Child Development major to our Undergraduate Advisors, Alison Sternal, M.A., Tanner Wilson, M.A. and Jacynda Laferriere. Visit the OSS advising page to learn more.
Students in the Department of Child and Family Development are required to be familiar with the research process and APA (American Psychological Association) writing style. Learn more about APA style.
Learn about SDSU's Child and Family Development Student Organization (CFDSO) and link to information about other clubs and organizations.
Link to financial aid and scholarship information for students in the College of Education.
The campus scholarship application deadline each year is usually in early February. This means that you need to begin thinking about reviewing resources, picking up the forms, obtaining needed transcripts, and writing your essay or other required material around January of each year.
Thair Milne and Georgia Tait Stooke Scholarships
The Child and Family Development Department has a limited amount of Scholarship and Award funds available through 2 separate scholarship accounts. These are the Thair Milne and Georgia Tait Stooke Scholarship awards. Applicants for these 2 scholarships complete the regular SDSU scholarship application form, and it will be forwarded through to the department for review.
CFD Service Learning Agreement Master ListThe Master List contains all existing Service Learning Agreements between CFD/College of Education/SDSU and the community partners. The list is regularly updated to reflect changes. Faculty members are encouraged to place students in these organizations for off-campus field experiences.
View the CFD SLA Master List posted on the Field Experience page.