Academic Misconduct- Additional Resources
Information for Faculty & Staff
- Role as Faculty & Staff
- Preventing Dishonesty
- Classroom Disruptions
- Overview of the Process
- Reporting Non-Academic Misconduct
- Reporting Students of Concern
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University Health Services
University Health Services (UHS) provides comprehensive medical, mental health and health promotion services to all Cal students and a variety of occupational health services to faculty and staff.
The mission of the Berkeley Student Cooperative is to provide a quality, low-cost, cooperative housing community to university students, thereby providing an educational opportunity for students who might not otherwise be able to afford a university education.
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A Resource Guide for Parents
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SAFETY & SECURITY
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University of California, Berkeley - Office of Emergency Preparedness
The Office of Emergency Preparedness supports the Berkeley campus community by implementing programs and projects in emergency planning, training, response, mitigation and recovery. The mission is to prepare the campus to manage and recover from any type of emergency or disaster.
University of California Police Department
The University of California Police Department, Berkeley, provides high-quality, professional crime prevention, protection, and law enforcement services to maintain and promote human safety and the security of property for the Berkeley campus and its associated locations. The department facilitates the achievement of the academic, research, and public service missions of the University through its safety and security programs, the protection of individual rights, and reducing fear of crime.
STUDENT RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES
SOCIAL JUSTICE & DIVERSITY
Disabled Students’ Program
The Disabled Students' Program (DSP) is committed to ensuring that all students with disabilities have equal access to educational opportunities at UC Berkeley. We offer a wide range of services for students with disabilities. These services are individually designed, and based on the specific needs of each student as identified by our Disability Specialists.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion provides links ot resources for building and maintainig diversity, equity, and inclusion at UC Berkeley. Resources include supporting: LGBTQI. Gender, Disability, Race and Ethnicity, Support Diversity, Pathways to College, Help and Policies, and Financial Support.
Gender Equity Resource Center
The Gender Equity Resource Center, fondly referred to as GenEq, is a Cal community center committed to fostering an inclusive 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.
Medical, Counseling and Educational Services for LGB Students
Services for Transgender Students
The staff at UHS recognizes that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students have some health concerns that are the same as other students. However, other issues may be different and require a greater understanding or specific information or programs.
Multicultural Student Development
Multicultural Student Development (MSD) promotes academic progress and success by engaging students through multicultural practices that acknowledge and celebrate their individual and collective experiences. The unit coordinates a series of academic courses and educational and multicultural activities through its six offices.