Find resources for UC San Diego's student veterans.
Academic Enrichment Programs are designed to broaden your educational experience and encourage your pursuit of an advanced degree. AEP offers UCSD undergraduates the opportunity to obtain valuable research-oriented academic or professional preparation in virtually any academic major including science, math, engineering, social sciences and the arts and humanities. AEP initiatives are designed to encourage such students to pursue postbaccalaureate Ph.D.'s, MDs and others by providing them the experience of conducting research under the guidance of UCSD faculty mentors and to present research findings at noted undergraduate research conferences in the company of peers and established scientists.
Meet with Jacquie in the Center or her office to see if they have a program to meet your professional and academic goals!
Counseling and Psychological Services provides FREE, confidential, psychological counseling and crisis services for registered UCSD students. CAPS also provides a variety of groups, workshops, and drop-in forums. CAPS has been an integral member of the UCSD community since the late 1960's. We are accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services (IACS). Our integrative and student-centered services are designed to support students towards their academic success and personal development and well-being while at UC San Diego.
Sarah is the CAPS liaison for veteran and military affiliated students as well as students with disabilities. Visit with her in the SVRC or at CAPS for support!
Career Services offers a robust array of programs and workshops, such as Career & Internship Advising, Information Sessions, Resume & Appilication Essay Writing, and Job Fairs, to help you reach your professional goals.
Meet with Roxanne in the SVRC or Career Services Center to lay a strong foundation for your professional life.
The Office for Students with Disabilities at UC San Diego works with undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students with documented disabilities, reviewing documentation and determining reasonable accommodations. Disabilities can occur in the following areas: psychological, psychiatric, learning, attention, chronic health, physical, vision, hearing, and acquired brain injuries, and may occur at any time during a student’s college career. We encourage you to contact the OSD as soon as you become of aware of a condition that is disabling so that we can work with you.
Come by the SVRC to meet with Kimberly and see how OSD can support you.