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UC San Diego Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Integrative and student-centered services designed to support students towards their academic success, personal development and well-being while at UCSD. Students consult with CAPS about a variety of more specific personal and academic problems. No problem or concern is too big or small. For more information, visit:

LiveHealth Online

A tele mental health service that allows students to have secure, online video visits with board-certified, licensed mental health professionals about their mental health needs and receive prescriptions. LiveHealth Online is covered by UC SHIP but is also available to students who have waived UC SHIP for a fee. For more information, visit:

Student Health Services

Provides quality primary medical care, including urgent care and support services, such as laboratory, pharmacy, and x-ray services. They have primary care physicians who are board certified in Family Medicine or Internal Medicine. For more information, visit:

Collegiate Recovery Program

Starting Fall 2020, the Student Health and Well-Being Cluster will be offering AA Meetings, NA Meetings, Smart Recovery Meetings, and Clinical Care on or near campus. For more information, email:

Campus Advocacy, Resources, and Education at the Sexual Assault Resource Center (CARE at SARC)

Dedicated to creating a safe and respectful community that does not tolerate sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. Through policy development and campus-wide collaborations, they are dedicated to providing education and support services that empower students, staff, and faculty. For more information, visit:

Office for the Prevention of Harassment & Discrimination (OPHD)

Provides assistance to students, faculty and staff regarding reports of bias, harassment, and discrimination. Our mission is to educate the entire UC San Diego community about these issues and to assist with the prevention and resolution of these issues in a fair and responsible manner. For more information, visit:

Office of the Ombuds

Provides confidential, neutral, and informal dispute resolution services for the UCSD community. The office is available to assist faculty, staff, students, non-Senate academics, postdoctoral trainees, and UCSD Health System employees who seek guidance with the resolution of academic or administrative issues and disputes. For more information, visit:

Student Legal Services

Provides services to UCSD undergraduate and graduate students, as well as to student organizations. Student Legal provides free, confidential counseling on legal topics for individuals and groups, education programs, including a full schedule of workshops each quarter, referrals to a private attorney, and support for students interested in legal careers. For more information, visit:

Financial Aid Office

Provides information and support to students, parents, veterans, and their families. Their mission is to ensure all admitted students have adequate financial aid resources available to attend UCSD. For more information, visit:

Triton Food Pantry

Provides a discreet service to UCSD students in need of food. Their goals are to ensure every student has enough energy to get through the day, and that no student should give up a single meal. They aim to build both a network of food resources and food insecurity awareness so that every UCSD student has nutritious fuel to achieve academic success. For more information, visit:

Asian Pacific Islander Middle Eastern Desi American (APIMEDA) Programs and Services

The newest initiative within the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion organizational structure. As a new office, they are continuing to develop and expand programs that help our large and diverse APIMEDA population find their place and thrive at UC San Diego. For more information, visit:

Black Resource Center

The Black Resource Center is a Campus Community Center which serves the entire population of UC San Diego while emphasizing the Black experience. Celebrate with us as we promote scholarship, foster leadership, and cultivate community. For more information, visit:

Cross Cultural Center

Offers a variety of supportive and educational services, and ways to learn about different cultures and peoples through art, programs, workshops, and outreach. The CCC hosts an art space, lending library, and a community space for relaxing, studying, meeting with friends, cooking, and much more. For more information, visit:

LGBT Resource Center

Provides a space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender students, as well as staff, faculty, and our allies, to connect and come together in community. Let the LGBT Resource Center be your home away from home; visit the center and subscribe to the Rainbow Newsletter for up-to-date information on queer life at UC San Diego. For more information, visit:

Raza Resource Center

This campus community center at UCSD is open to everyone, and it strives to emphasize and offer the access, retention and graduation of Chicano/as - Latino/as students, as well as to create strong connections with the surrounding community. For more information, visit:

Student Veterans Resource Center

Committed to ensuring that military affiliated students successfully make the transition from the military environment to campus life, they assist in student’s progress toward completing their academic degree. The SVRC seeks to identify and mitigate the barriers to academic success that are specific to the military affiliated student community. For more information, visit:

Women’s Center

Provides education and support to all members of UC San Diego regarding gender issues, with the goal of promoting an inclusive and equitable campus community. Regular events include a mother's group and monthly book club meetings. For more information, visit:

Digital Accessibility Council

The mission of the UC San Diego Digital Accessibility Council is to ensure campus is taking strides towards becoming an electronically accessible campus. For more information, visit:

Open Desk

University Centers has opened a hoteling-style office space where UC San Diego students, staff, and faculty can reserve individual workstations, a private office, and collaboration spaces. For more information, visit:

Teaching and Learning Commons

The Teaching + Learning Commons is the Executive Vice Chancellor's executive branch for advancing teaching excellence and student success via two synergistic programmatic strands: instructional development for educators and student academic support. For more information, visit:

Academic Achievement Hub

The Academic Achievement Hub services are offered remotely. They provide access to supplemental instruction/study groups, content tutoring, and learning strategists. They are also offering FREE workshops to UC San Diego students to help revisit topics that are needed to succeed in the series and/or their current course. To learn more about the services offered by the Academic Achievement Hub, visit:

Student Affairs and Academic Advising

Eighth College

  • Dean of Student Affairs: Sarah Gallenberg
  • Dean of Academic Advising: Katie McGann
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Seventh College

  • Dean of Student Affairs: Josh Brimmeier
  • Dean of Academic Advising: Shannon O'Brien
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Sixth College

  • Dean of Student Affairs: Diane LeGree
  • Dean of Academic Advising: Christine Fraser
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Eleanor Roosevelt College

  • Assistant Dean of Student Affairs: Sarah Gallenberg
  • Dean of Academic Advising: Sarah Spear-Barrett
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Earl Warren College

  • Dean of Student Affairs: James Smith
  • Dean of Academic Advising: Jacob Lacy
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Thurgood Marshall College

  • Dean of Student Affairs: Amber Vlasnik
  • Dean of Academic Advising: Emily Gonzales
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John Muir College

  • Dean of Student Affairs: Jason Thibodeaux
  • Dean of Academic Advising: Doug Easterly
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Revelle College

  • Dean of Student Affairs: Sherry Malory
  • Dean of Academic Advising: Katie Michel
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