Resources on Campus
Graduate Division Diversity Resource Page (here)
Multicultural Center (here)
Office of International Students and Scholars (here)
Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity (here)
Women, Gender, and Sexual Equity Center (here)
Non-traditional Student Resource Center (here)
Graduate Student Wellness Resources (here)
Graduate Student Association (here)
Center for Science and Engineering Partnerships (here)
African diasporic Cultural Resource Center (AdCRC) (here)
American Indian Cultural Resource Center (here)
Asian Resource Center (here)
Chicanx/Latinx Cultural Resource Center (CLCRC) & El Centro (here)
Middle Eastern Resource Center (here)
- The Office of the Ombuds at UC Santa Barbara provides confidential consultation services to faculty, staff, students, parents, or anyone else with a campus-related concern. The ombuds addresses workplace issues, interpersonal conflict, academic concerns, policy questions, and many other problems, whether as a first step, last resort, or at any point along the way. The Office of the Ombuds is dedicated to ensuring fairness throughout the University and regularly makes recommendations for systemic change.
Campus Resources organized based on student needs (here)
Below is a list of learning, mental health, and additional resources provided by the university and department.
Campus Resources: UCSB offers a large variety of campus resources to support students. A complete list can be found here.
Student Resource Building (SRB): The SRB houses many of the community support offices, including the Office of International Students and Scholars, Resource Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity and the Women’s Center. It includes: African diasporic Cultural Resource Center, American Indian Resource Center, Asian Resource Center, Chicanx/Latinx Resource Center, Middle Eastern Student Resource Center, Non-Traditional and Re-entry Student Resource Center and the OSL Resource Center (for campus organizations, Fraternities & Sororities). A full list of departments and resource centers, along with their websites and events can be found on the SRB website. (here)
Free campus resources that are commonly used by our students
For details about each service, please consult the Campus Resources Document. Feel free to share this information with your peers or professors.