Support Resources

University Health Services

If you have been named as someone who may have violated a campus policy or possibly committed a crime, you may be participating in a variety of accountability processes, and may experience a range of emotions and questions about your life and your future.  During this time, counselors at University Health Services are available to offer you a confidential and non-judgmental space to explore your actions and their impact, experience your emotions, and receive psycho-education and support as you move through this challenging period.

  • Social Services has social workers who specialize in all areas of sexual and gender harassment.
    510-642-6074
  • Counseling & Psychological Services offers a broad range of counseling services
    510-642-9494 or walk into the Tang Center, 3rd floor. 

Social Services and Counseling & Psychological Services is located at the Tang Center, 2222 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94720

Please be aware that although counseling sessions are confidential, records may be subpoenaed in the event of a court case.

You may also choose to seek advice and guidance from these resources:

  • Student Advocate Office
    Berkeley’s student government (ASUC) offers the Student Advocate’s Office which has a staff of student volunteers committed to providing support and advocacy to students involved in alleged violations of misconduct or academic dishonesty.
    Phone: 510-642-6912
    Email: help@berkeleysao.org
  • Attorney for Students
    The Attorney for Students advises currently registered UC Berkeley students regarding their legal questions, rights, and obligations. Please review the information and materials on Attorney for Students page before making an appointment - they may answer your questions.
    Phone: 510-664-7487