Campus Resources

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SLC Tutoring

The Student Learning Center provides virtual drop-in tutoring sessions for both the social and physical sciences! Find a tutoring program today!

Career Center

The Career Center can help students choose their major, find internships, explore career options and full or part-time job placement! Get connected now!

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Let’s Talk

The Tang Center’s Let’s Talk program provides students with free, brief, and informal mental health consultations. See the schedule for Summer 2020!

Be Well at Cal

Be Well at Cal is the Tang Center’s guide to holistic wellness as a student. Click here to learn more about balancing stress, sleep, social connections, and more!

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Food Pantry

The Food Pantry provides free fresh and non-perishable foods on a take-as-you-need basis. Explore the COVID-19 Living Guide to learn more about the Food Pantry and other basic needs resources!


The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides eligible students with up to $194 on a pre-loaded debit card that can be used for groceries. Sign up phone or video application session!

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Student Technology Equity Program

STEP provides free hardware and internet access to qualifying students. Apply today to receive your technology by the Fall 2020 semester!

DSP Technology Grant

Eligible DSP students can receive up to $1000 to use towards technology. Apply today to get approval for October or March 1st disbursement!

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Student Advocate’s Office

SAO is a UC Berkeley student government office that represents and advises students who have disputes with the university for free and in confidence. SAO caseworkers can assist students with the following types of issues:

  • Academics (including, but not limited to, grade changes, personal withdrawals, CalCentral issues, and disputes with faculty)

  • Financial Aid (monetary issues including, but not limited to, financial aid dispersal, student employees, emergency housing, tuition, and California residency)

  • Conduct (including, but not limited to, alleged cheating, destruction of property, and assault.)

  • Grievances (including, but not limited to, DSP accommodations, discrimination, sexual violence, and non-traditional student concerns.)