1) Cal Student Central
*If you need help with registration, financial aid, transcripts, etc., please visit Cal Student Central in 120 Sproul Hall.
2) Disabled Students Program
*For students with disabilities to access services and accommodations
3) Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS)
*CPS offers counseling for academic, career and personal issues
4) Career Center
*Counselors available to talk about externships, internships, graduate school, career opportuntiies
5) UCB Basic Needs Center
*Offers support and information for housing and food resources. Focuses on providing economic, housing and food security to students.
6) Path to Care
*The PATH to Care Center provides affirming, empowering, and confidential support for survivors and those who have experienced gendered violence, including: sexual harassment, dating and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, stalking, and sexual exploitation. Confidential advocates bring a non-judgmental, caring approach to exploring all options, rights, and resources.
7) Lead Center
*The LEAD (Leadership, Engagement, Advising, & Development) Center is UC Berkeley’s hub for student involvement, leadership development, and co-curricular advising. Our goal is to assist students as they explore their interests, pursue their passions, and create community at Cal.
8) Multicultural Center
*A student-won, student-led space, the Multicultural Community Center strives to integrate student-driven and community-oriented management, decision-making and visioning in everything that we do. In conjunction with our close partners, the MCC facilitates students' greater involvement in multicultural-related education, collaborations and cross/inter-cultural community building.
9) Gender Equity Resource Center (GenEq)
*The Gender Equity Resource Center, fondly referred to as GenEq, is a UC Berkeley campus community center committed to fostering an inclusive Cal experience for all. GenEq is the campus location where students, faculty, staff and alumni connect for resources, services, education and leadership programs related to gender and sexuality.
10) UC Berkeley Food Pantry
*The UC Berkeley Food Pantry is a direct response to the need among the student and staff population for more resources to fight food insecurity––the lack of nutritious food. With rising fees, textbook costs, and living expenses, it has become increasingly difficult for students to juggle the costs of living with the costs of obtaining a university degree, and thus many students are finding themselves choosing between essentials such as food and the costs of college. The UC Berkeley Food Pantry was established to provide emergency relief to help students and staff at the University of California. It is a part of the campus-wide food security efforts.