Academic Success: Campus Resources
Find learning opportunities and campus resources to help you reach your maximum academic potential.
Explore these links and take advantage of these programs and services — they're here to help you!
If you're looking for help with a specific class or subject, see the list of tutoring and study programs.
- Academic Integrity Office: What to know about academic integrity at UCSD — how cheating is defined, how to avoid plagiarism, the consequences for cheating and plagiarism, and links to lots of outside resources for learning how to improve your study and research skills.
- UCSD Policy on Integrity of Scholarship: It's your responsibility to be aware of UCSD's policy on academic integrity. For students, this means that all academic work will be done by the individual to whom it's assigned, without unauthorized aid of any kind.
- UCSD Library: More resources to help you avoid plagiarism and learn more about academic integrity.
- Virtual Advisor: Connect online with your college's academic advising office.
- Your college advisor will help you optimize your quarterly course schedule, help you select or change your major, and make sure you complete all college GE requirements and advance toward graduation.
- Your department advisor will help you with major or minor requirements and help you select courses in that department. The department advisor can also help you with prerequisites, petitions, and degree checks, and can refer you to faculty members for research and career advice.
Books and materials
- Center for Communication and Leadership: Helps you build confidence and develop skills in public speaking, interpersonal communication, and leadership (which can affect your general academic performance).
Internships and service opportunties
- Academic Internship Program: Apply your academic knowledge and skills in corporate and community settings while earning academic credit.
- TRIO Outreach Program: Provides undergraduate students with part-time employment opportunities as peer college advisors and tutors at local high schools.
Organizations and clubs
Study skills and general academic support
If you have questions or can suggest another helpful campus resource:
Contact OASIS, (858) 534-3760.