Student Affairs employs over 1,000 staff and 2,000 student employees who provide a multitude of services and opportunities to enrich the education and social lives of UC San Diego students.
Student Affairs employees are organized into units and clusters of units, plus the student affairs staff of UCSD's six undergraduate colleges. For organization details, see the Student Affairs Organization Chart.
Vice Chancellor – Student Affairs Office provides policy and management direction for Student Affairs and also directly supervises a number of units, including:
UC San Diego Athletics is committed to the physical, intellectual and personal development of students, enhancing the overall student life experience, and campus pride.
The department sponsors a broad base of men's and women's intercollegiate sports, which promote the pursuit of excellence, strength of character, teamwork, ethical conduct, and diversity, as well as other lessons competitive sport teaches.
Admissions and Enrollment Services (AES) recruits, admits, and enrolls the highest caliber of undergraduate students who represent the diversity of high school graduates and community college transfers. The cluster also manages student financial aid and scholarship programs, classroom scheduling, recording and maintenance of grades and other academic records, and other duties.
The College Deans of Student Affairs and Resident Deans at UCSD's six colleges oversee the administration of student life and student development within the colleges.
Sports Facilities & Programs provides opportunities for the UCSD community to participate in a wide variety of recreational pursuits, oversees 25 competitive sports club teams and 32 recreation teams, manages over 100 sports facilities on the UCSD campus (including RIMAC), and offers maintenance, scheduling, and support services for special events in these facilities.
The Experiential Learning (EL) cluster plays a leadership role in shaping experiences that foster student self-discovery and help develop the personal, academic, and professional skills and relationships needed for a successful transition into diverse and global communities.
Student Life, along with student programs originating in the colleges, and in cooperation with UCSD's Associated Students and the Graduate Student Association, is responsible for the scope and quality of student cultural, social, and civic life at UCSD.
Health, Recreation & Well-Being provides a range of services that maintain and enhance the physical and emotional health, well-being, and safety of UCSD students.
Contact the Vice Chancellor's Office, (858) 534-4370, or follow the links for more information about individual Student Affairs units.