Center fro Support and Intervention - Campus & Community Resources, University of California, Berkeley

Campus & Community Resources

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The modules below provide useful information about campus and community resources, services, and processes. These resources are updated on an ongoing basis, but may not reflect the most current information - be sure to contact the office or program directly for up to date information. CSI does not evaluate, monitor, or specifically endorse non-university resources.

If you need additional support navigating resources or processes that may be appropriate to you or a student you are working with, please submit a Care Report.

    Resources

    Academic Advising (Undergraduate)

    Make an appointment with an advisor to get help with program planning, choosing your major, or to discuss a personal situation affecting your academic performance.

    Graduate Division
    Email: gradappt@berkeley.edu

    The Graduate Division oversees graduate student admissions, fellowships, grants, academic employment, preparation for teaching, mentoring activities, professional development, academic progress, and degree milestones.

    Hardship Notification
    510-664-4218 | csi@berkeley.edu

    The Center for Teaching and Learning outlines various campus policies and guidelines regarding student accommodations (including religious, extracurricular, illness, disability, pregnancy and parenting, RRR week, commencement ceremonies, final exams, sexual violence/sexual harassment, and hardship). Case Managers in the Center for Support and Intervention can work with students to provide a notification of hardship to faculty.

    Registrar (see also Cal Student Central)
    Phone: (510) 664-9181 | 120 Sproul Hall

    The Office of the Registrar supports every registered student, as well as the faculty and staff who interact with them. The Registrar is responsible for class enrollment and registration, fee assessment, verifying registration and graduation, diplomas, transcripts, preservation and privacy of student records, schedule of classes, reservations for classrooms, determining residency for tuition purposes, and assisting special populations (such as U.S. veterans and service members. See also:

    Student Learning Center
    César E. Chávez Student Center | Phone: (510) 642-7332

    The Student Learning Center (SLC) supports a global community of learners as they transition into the academic and cultural environment of UC Berkeley. SLC offers resources, programs, and services focused on student academic success. Program areas include Academic Success and Strategic Learning Resources; Interdisciplinary Resources for Transfer Students; International Student Program; Math and Statistics; Science; Social Sciences; Undergraduate Course Facilitator Training & Resources; and Writing.

    Disabled Students’ Program
    Phone: (510) 642-0518 | Email: dsp@berkeley.edu

    The Disabled Students’ Program (DSP) supports students with disabilities in achieving academic success. DSP staff includes disability specialists, professional development counselors, and accessibility experts that work with students with disabilities throughout their educational career. DSP serves currently enrolled UC Berkeley students with documented disabilities seeking undergraduate and graduate degrees. Click here for more information on applying for DSP services.

    • Disability Care Manager at University Health Services (510-664-9926) - The Disability Care Manager at UHS can help DSP students coordinate care through the Tang Center. They can help: assist with appointments for documentation; facilitate referrals from UHS; navigate care at UHS; connect to other resources and support that might be needed.

    State of California Department of Rehabilitation
    Phone: (510) 883-6000 | 3075 Adeline Street, #170

    The California Department of Rehabilitation works in partnership with consumers  and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living, and equality for individuals with disabilities. The Department of Rehabilitation works to help transition students with disabilities into meaningful employment and/or post-secondary education.

    Berkeley International Office
    Phone: (510) 642-2818 | Email: internationaloffice@berkeley.edu

    Berkeley International Office (BIO) works to enhance the academic experiences of international students and scholars by providing advising, immigration services, advocacy, and programming. Services includes advising for nonimmigrant scholars, staff, and faculty; visa document production for nonimmigrant students and scholars; programs and workshops for students and scholars; training and support for campus administrators and faculty; and U.S. permanent resident petitions for international faculty.

    Cal Veteran Services Center
    Phone: (510) 642-0083

    The Cal Veteran Services Center (CVSC) expands access and empowers veteran and active duty service member engagement within UC Berkeley. CVSC works to increase student veteran enrollment, support academic and co-curricular experiences, and facilitate preparation for goals beyond graduation. Services provided at CVSC include Academic, Financial Aid, and Personal Counseling; Peer Advising; Prospective Student Counseling; Drop-in Counseling with the Financial Aid Office, Disabled Students Program, Counseling and Psychological Services, Oakland Vet Center, and VA Psychologist; GI Bill Counseling; Community Room; iPad lending; Printing; Veterans in Higher Education Transition Course; and other workshops.

    Centers for Educational Justice & Community Engagement
    Email: ejce@berkeley.edu

    The Centers for Educational Justice & Community Engagement (EJCE) is a collaborative of seven offices and centers that advocate for, build capacity with, and dialogue among and across diverse communities. The various centers and offices that comprise EJCE include: African American Student Development; Asian Pacific American Student Development; Chicanx Latinx Student Development; Gender Equity Resource Center; Multicultural Community Center; and Native American Student Development.

    Educational Opportunity Program
    Phone: (510) 642-7224 | Email: advising@berkeley.edu

    The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) provides first generation low-income college students with guidance and resources necessary to be successful in college. EOP academic counselors and student staff work alongside students who, despite their unique responsibilities and challenges, transform their lives through academic achievement and personal growth. EOP provides individualized academic counseling, support services, and an extensive campus referral network.

    Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD)
    Phone: (510) 643-7985 | Email: ask_ophd@berkeley.edu

    The Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD) is responsible for ensuring the University provides an environment for staff, faculty, and students that is free from discrimination and harassment on the basis of categories including race, color, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, and gender identity. OPHD works with individuals who wish to make a report or complaint and helps connect them with campus resources, including the PATH to Care Center.

    Re-entry Student Program
    Ron Williams, Director of Re-entry Student and Veteran Services
    Phone: (510) 642-7417 | Email: ronwilliams@berkeley.edu

    The Re-entry Student Program works with undergraduate students age 25 and older to support their full engagement in the university and all that it offers. Programs and services provided include transition courses, scholarship opportunities, and a network of support on campus.

    Student Parent Center
    Phone: (510) 643-5729 | Email: studentparents@berkeley.edu

    The Student Parent Center is an essential resource for a highly motivated population of students who are engaged scholars, as well as devoted parents. The Student Parent Center provides a centralized multi-purpose campus space where students can access resources, engage in informal study groups, share information, form lasting friendships, build leadership skills, celebrate achievements, recover from setbacks, exchange childcare, nurse babies, and change diapers. The Student Parent Center provides counseling and events, and resources and information about childcare, local schools, health and wellness, housing, financial aid and scholarships, internships and volunteering, transition courses, and more.

    Transfer Student Center
    Phone: (510) 642-4257

    The Transfer Student Center provides services to assist transfer students with navigating the academic and cultural landscape of the research university. The Transfer Student Center works with students who transfer to UC Berkeley from other institutions, those who are returning to their education after an interruption, and those who are combining school with parenting. Programs and services focus on supporting a successful transition, building connection and community, and assisting students as they pursue their academic and career goals. The Center also plays a key role in campus outreach and recruitment through yield events and participation in programs involving California community colleges.

    Undocumented Student Program
    Phone: (510) 642-7224

    The Undocumented Student Program (USP) provides guidance and support to undocumented students at Cal. USP practices a holistic, multicultural, and solution-focused approach that delivers individualized service for each student. Programs and services at USP include academic counseling, legal support, financial aid resources, and an extensive campus referral network.

    Cal Student Central
    Phone: (510) 664-9181 | 120 Sproul Hall

    Cal Student Central is the destination for key university business related to financial aid, fees and billing, payments, disbursements, registration, and enrollment. Cal Student Central provides a central location with service-oriented, cross-trained staff who work to resolve issues without needing to refer students elsewhere.

    Financial Aid & Scholarships Office
    Phone: (510) 664-9181 | 120 Sproul Hall

    The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office works with students and families to navigate the financial costs of their education. Financial Aid staff counsel students so they understand their options and feel empowered to make the best choices to manage their financial lives. This office also administers emergency loans for students who encounter unanticipated expenses directly related to the cost of their education.

    Basic Needs Center
    Lower level of MLK Student Union (BNorth), Suite 72 (2495 Bancroft Way) | basicneeds@berkeley.edu

    The Basic Needs Center serves as a physical resource hub for basic needs resources and services. The Center also is a space for students to create community and access coordinated support for their basic needs. Services at the Basic Needs Center include:

    • Case Management - Need support navigating your current housing situation? Want to consult about food and housing resources? Book an appointment with the Basic Needs Manager by emailing basicneedssupport@berkeley.edu
    • CalFresh: Want support with your CalFresh application? If you would like to have the help of a certified CalFresh outreach worker or to walk you through the application process, you can attend a CalFresh Application Session. For additional information, visit http://calfresh.berkeley.edu

    CalFresh @ Berkeley
    Lower level of MLK Student Union (BNorth), Suite 72 (2495 Bancroft Way) | calfreshsupport@berkeley.edu

    CalFresh (also known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) is a federally-funded nutrition program that can provide students with additional funding for food. CalFresh benefits are pre-loaded monthly onto a debit-like EBT card that can be used at most major chain grocery stores, select farmers' markets, as well as the Berkeley Student Food Collective and Bear Market in Unit 3. CalFresh @ Berkeley provides support to students interested in applying for CalFresh benefits. (see also Food Justice Project)

    City of Berkeley - Information Network

    The Berkeley Information Network is a database of community resources managed by the City of Berkeley Public Library, including local organizations, agencies, services, non-profits and clubs, in and around Berkeley. It also includes information on museums, disability services, low-cost legal aid, recycling, schools, emergency dental referrals, parks, summer camps, senior resources, job lines, consumer groups, and more.

    Food Assistance Program (see also Financial Aid and Scholarships Office)

    The Food Assistance Program provides eligible undergraduate students who have short-term needs, such as in-semester breaks, and who have exhausted all other funding options, including all student loan options, with meal points. Students may be required to provide additional information, attend a one-on-one financial counseling session to explore additional aid options, and/or develop a spending plan.

    Food Justice Project
    UC Berkeley School of Law | Make an Appointment

    Are you a student who has been denied CalFresh benefits? The Food Justice Project serves undergraduate UC Berkeley students who have been denied CalFresh benefits. With the understanding that hunger on college campuses is a serious and preventable problem, Berkeley Law students assist students in navigating the appeals process by providing direct client services. The Food Justice Project partners closely with the Basic Needs Center at UC Berkeley to provide resources to students who need help obtaining benefits.

    Food Pantry
    Email: foodpantry@berkeley.edu | MLK Student Union

    The UC Berkeley Food Pantry is an emergency relief food supply for all UC Berkeley undergraduate and graduate students. The Food Pantry serves students who need core food support. The Food Pantry provides emergency food, nutrition education, and CalFresh clinics to students.

    The Bear Pantry
    Phone: (510) 526-8505 | Email: thebearpantry@berkeley.edu

    The Bear Pantry is a donor-driven program that provides emergency food assistance to low-income UC Berkeley student families with dependent children. A Bear Pantry food bin contains non-perishable food staples and a food gift card to a local supermarket for purchasing fresh produce, meat, or dairy.

    Basic Needs Center
    Lower level of MLK Student Union (BNorth), Suite 72 (2495 Bancroft Way) | basicneeds@berkeley.edu

    The Basic Needs Center serves as a physical resource hub for basic needs resources and services. The Center also is a space for students to create community and access coordinated support for their basic needs. Services at the Basic Needs Center include:

    • Case Management - Need support navigating your current housing situation? Want to consult about food and housing resources? Book an appointment with the Basic Needs Manager by emailing basicneedssupport@berkeley.edu
    • Emergency Housing - see below
    • Emergency Rental Assistance - see below

    Berkeley Homeless Coordinated Entry System for Homeless Services (The Hub)
    Phone: 866-960-2132 | 1901 Fairview St, Berkeley, CA 94703 (at Adeline St)
    Hours: M-F 9am-12pm and 1-4pm

    City of Berkeley homeless services, emergency shelter, transitional housing, and other homeless housing resources are accessed through a central coordinated system called The Hub. Services and housing in Berkeley are prioritized for individuals and families who have been homeless for long periods of time and have high service needs. Hub staff will perform an assessment to determine which services and housing clients may be eligible for.

    Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board
    Phone: (510) 981-7368 | Email: rent@cityofberkeley.info | 2125 Milvia Street

    The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board regulates residential rent increases in the City of Berkeley, works to protect unwarranted rent increases and evictions, and works to provide a fair return to property owners. The Board works to ensure compliance with legal obligations relating to rental housing and to advance the housing policies of the city with regard to low and fixed-income persons, minorities, students, disabled individuals, and the elderly.

    Cal Housing
    2610 Channing Way, #2272 | 510-642-4108 | reshall@berkeley.edu

    Cal Housing has everything you need to know about selecting, applying for, and moving in/out of student housing. Cal Housing also manages a rental-listing service called CalRentals, providing information and advising for students, faculty and staff, and UC Berkeley affiliates looking for off-campus housing. (also see Residential Life below).

    City of Berkeley - Information Network

    The Berkeley Information Network is a database of community resources managed by the City of Berkeley Public Library, including local organizations, agencies, services, non-profits and clubs, in and around Berkeley. It also includes information on museums, disability services, low-cost legal aid, recycling, schools, emergency dental referrals, parks, summer camps, senior resources, job lines, consumer groups, and more.

    Emergency Housing
    UC Berkeley Basic Needs Center

    The Basic Needs Center’s emergency housing program provides short-term emergency housing to students who find themselves without housing or who are faced with the loss of housing. The program is free of charge to enrolled students and provides emergency housing up to 30 days dependent on the student need and availability of units. For students who are at risk of losing housing due to not being able to pay their rent, the emergency rental assistance program provides up to one month’s rent to students in need. Students can access emergency housing during business hours, Monday to Friday 9am-5pm by speaking with a team member at the front desk of the Basic Needs Center or by emailing basicneedssupport@berkeley.edu.

    Emergency Rental Assistance
    UC Berkeley Basic Needs Center | basicneedssupport@berkeley.edu

    The Basic Needs Emergency Rental Assistance program may provide partial financial support for students who need assistance paying rent. This program is available to currently enrolled UC Berkeley undergraduate and graduate students who are facing severe housing insecurity. Students may be required to submit additional documentation, attend an in‐person or telephone meeting, and/or attend a follow‐up session with Basic Needs counseling. Complete the application or email basicneedssupport@berkeley.edu

    Housing Security Deposit
    Financial Aid & Scholarships Office | 120 Sproul Hall

    The Housing Security Deposit Award program may provide partial or full financial support to enrolled students who need assistance in paying security deposits to secure off‐campus or on‐campus housing. This program is available to UC Berkeley undergraduate and graduate students who are facing severe housing insecurity. Students may be required to submit additional documentation, attend an in‐person or telephone meeting, and/or attend a follow‐up session with Basic Needs counseling. Complete the form and schedule an in-person appointment with the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office.

    Residential Life
    Contact Residential Life Staff

    Residential Life manages UC Berkeley’s living/learning communities, where students participate in events, build lifelong friendships, build leadership skills, work, play, and get academic support to keep you on the road to graduation and success. Residential Life also administers the Residential Code of Conduct. (also see Cal Housing above)

    Tang Center
    2222 Bancroft Way #4300

    The Tang Center (University Health Services) provides comprehensive medical, mental health, insurance, and health promotion services to all Berkeley students, and a variety of health programs for faculty and staff. Services are designed to minimize the impact of illness, emotional distress, and injury on studies and work.

    • Medical Services (510-642-2000) include primary and urgent care, pharmacy, radiology, laboratory, international travel, specialty, immunization, optometry, and physical therapy.

    • Social Services (510-642-6074) include support for alcohol and other drug treatment and education; chronic medical conditions or new diagnoses; eating disorders and body image counseling; nutrition; pregnancy resources and referrals; relationship violence, stalking, or other violence; sexual health; sexual violence; and transgender/gender identity counseling. Social Services also coordinates the university's Medical Withdrawal process.

    • Counseling and Psychological Services (510-642-9494 or 855-817-5667 after hours) includes short-term individual and couples counseling; crisis drop-in for urgent concerns; group counseling; workshops; evaluation and follow-up for psychiatric medications; career counseling and assessments; outreach and consultation; online resources; and referrals for longer-term counseling. CAPS also provides individual drop-in and scheduled counseling at satellite locations around campus. CAPS drop-in hours in the Tang Center are from 10am-5pm Monday through Friday.

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    Phone: 800-273-8255

    The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    Crisis Text Line
    Text HOME to 741741

    Crisis Text Line is a free, national, 24/7 support resource for those in crisis. Text 741741 from anywhere in the US to text with a trained Crisis Counselor.

    Berkeley Mobile Crisis Team
    City of Berkeley Non-Emergency Police Department: (510) 981-5900

    The Berkeley Mobile Crisis Team is a city resource aimed to reduce the impact of mental health emergencies through immediate response to crisis situations at the street-level and through coordination and consultation with local public safety organizations, hospitals and other community groups.

    PATH to Care Center
    24 Hour Care Line: (510) 643-2005 | Office: (510) 642-1988

    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. PATH to Care provides immediate support, access to resources, and can help students navigate housing, medical, safety planning, academic accommodations, legal, and other university needs.

    Berkeley Free Clinic
    Phone: (510) 548-2570 | 2339 Durant Avenue

    The Berkeley Free Clinic offers free limited medical care from lay healthcare workers and medical professionals. Services include acute primary medical care; TB testing; dental services; STI and HIV testing; hepatitis testing and counseling; Women's, Trans, and Gender-nonconforming persons services; peer counseling; vision services referrals; and more.

    National Alliance on Mental Illness
    https://www.nami.org/

    The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) provides a number of useful educational resources for family members and caregivers supporting someone with mental illness, students managing a mental health condition during college, and how to help a friend you are concerned about.

    UC Berkeley Police Department
    Emergency Phone: 911 OR (510) 642-3333 | Non-Emergency Phone: (510) 642-6760

    The UC Berkeley Police Department (UCPD) provides law enforcement and emergency response to the UC Berkeley campus and community. UCPD serves the campus community through collaboration with community partners, involving students, faculty, and staff in all activities and operations. In addition to law enforcement, UCPD offers a variety of other services to the public and to UC Berkeley, including fingerprint services and background checks, special event and police services requests, records requests, lost and found, access control, and administration of the timely warning notifications to the campus community.

    City of Berkeley Police Department
    Emergency Phone: 911 OR (510) 981-5911 | Non-Emergency Phone: (510) 981-5900

    The Berkeley Police Department (BPD) works to reduce crime; provide professional, courteous, and respectful service with every contact; and to be open, transparent, and accountable for their work.

    PATH to Care Center
    24 Hour Care Line: (510) 643-2005 | Office: (510) 642-1988

    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. PATH to Care provides immediate support, access to resources, and can help students navigate housing, medical, safety planning, academic accommodations, legal, and other university needs.

    Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD)
    Phone: (510) 643-7985 | Email: ask_ophd@berkeley.edu

    The Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD) is responsible for ensuring the University provides an environment for staff, faculty, and students that is free from discrimination and harassment on the basis of categories including race, color, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, and gender identity. OPHD works with individuals who wish to make a report or complaint and helps connect them with campus resources, including the PATH to Care Center.

    Family Violence Law Center
    Email: info@fvlc.org | Crisis Line: 800-947-8301

    The Family Violence Law Center (FVLC) helps diverse communities in Alameda County heal from domestic violence and sexual assault, advocating for justice and healthy relationships. The FVLC provides survivor-centered legal and crisis intervention services, offers prevention education for youth and other community members, and engages in policy work to create systemic change.

    California Victims of Crime Compensation Board
    CalVCB Helpline: (800) 777-9229 | Email: info@victims.ca.gov

    The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) can help pay bills and expenses that result from violent crime. Victims of crime who have been injured or have been threatened with injury may be eligible for help. Click here to learn more about how to apply for services and compensation.

    Career Center
    2440 Bancroft Way | 510-642-1716 | Contact Us

    The Career Center prepares undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni to make informed decisions about their futures by providing comprehensive resources, programs, and counseling on career development, internships, employment, and graduate school. The Career Center offers career planning essentials, events and workshops, career counseling appointments, job and internship search resources and support, and planning for ggraduate and professional school.

    LEAD Center
    432 Eshleman Hall | 510-642-5171 | lead@berkeley.edu

    The LEAD (Leadership, Engagement, Advising, and Development) Center is UC Berkeley’s hub for leadership development, student involvement, and co-curricular advising. In addition to planning and coordinating campus-wide leadership programs, the LEAD Center also supports and advises many of the student communities that make our campus vibrant and active. The LEAD Center is committed to supporting all students as they seek to discover themselves and define their Cal experience. The LEAD Center coordinates leadership development opportunities and works closely with student programs, including the Berkeley Student CooperativeCalDebate, the Publications and Media Centerbridges Multicultural Resource Center, and the Student Environmental Resource Center.

    • Student Organizations - Registered Student Organizations are comprised of over 1,000 diverse groups, which are organized primarily for students and by students of the UC Berkeley campus. Advisors in the LEAD Center provide support and resources to 15 unique interest areas.
    • Student Government - The LEAD Center supports UC Berkeley’s student governments (Associated Students of the University of California and Graduate Assembly) mission to engage and advocate on behalf of all students as we collaborate to build transformative and experiential learning opportunities.
    • CalGreeks - The Fraternity and Sorority Advising and Leadership team supports the 3,400 individuals and 60 local, national, and international fraternity and sorority chapters in promoting friendship, scholarship, leadership, and service.

    Public Service Center
    218 Eshleman Hall | 510-642-3916 | publicservice@berkeley.edu

    The Public Service Center connects Berkeley faculty, community partners, and alumni with student leaders — through jobs, internships, and courses that support a more just and equitable world. The Center also works with faculty and graduate students to integrate community-based learning into teaching and research. Through the Center, students, faculty, and communities work together to promote transformative social change and grow our next generation of civic leaders. The Public Service Center offers a wide range of programs for undergraduate students, including those with short-term and long-term commitments some for academic credit. Programs focus on tutoring/mentoring, government, scholarship, and more.

    Center for Student Conduct
    Phone: (510) 643-9069 | Email: studentconduct@berkeley.edu

    The Center for Student Conduct (CSC) administers the UC Berkeley Code of Student Conduct, promoting academic integrity, balancing individual and community interests in order to encourage student accountability, and connecting students to resources that foster student success. In addition to managing conduct cases, CSC also does outreach and education for the campus community on student rights and responsibilities, the role of faculty and staff in addressing academic and behavioral misconduct, and the roles and responsibilities of registered student organizations in upholding the Code of Student Conduct.

    Ombud’s Office for Students and Postdoctoral Appointees
    Phone: (510) 642-5754

    The Ombuds Office for Students and Postdoctoral Appointees provides confidential assistance for students working through a campus-related conflict, formal grievance, or concern. The Ombud’s office listens, serves as a sounding board, discusses options, and can help provide a new perspective and determine the next steps to take.

    Student Legal Services
    sls.berkeley.edu | 102 Sproul Hall

    The Attorney for Students advises currently registered Cal students regarding their legal questions, rights, and obligations. A student legal consultation might include (but is not limited to): a landlord-tenant dispute, a citation for a criminal infraction or misdemeanor, filing an action in California Small Claims Court, questions related to credit card debt and/or collection actions, issues arising from a car accident or auto insurance, or questions about family law. Consultations are free and confidential, and counsel is limited to California law only.

    ASUC Student Advocate's Office
    Phone: (510) 642-6912 | Email: help@berkeleysao.org

    UC Berkeley’s student government (ASUC) offers the Student Advocate’s Office which is staffed by student volunteers committed to providing support and advocacy to students. SAO caseworkers can help with questions about grade appeals, enrollment status, financial aid, residency for tuition purposes, SHIP, student conduct cases, and grievances against the university.

    California Victims of Crime Compensation Board
    CalVCB Helpline: (800) 777-9229 | Email: info@victims.ca.gov

    The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) can help pay bills and expenses that result from violent crime. Victims of crime who have been injured or have been threatened with injury may be eligible for help. Click here to learn more about how to apply for services and compensation.