Current Students

Whether you're a new admit or a returning Berkeley student, make sure your needs are being met by taking advantage of the following resources our campus has to offer.

The Disabled Students' Program (DSP) seeks to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to their academic programs at UC Berkeley. They determine accommodations that serve to remove or mitigate barriers that students may encounter due to their disabilities.

The mission of the Berkeley Student Cooperative (BSC) is to provide a quality, low-cost, cooperative housing community to university students, thereby providing an educational opportunity for students who might not otherwise be able to afford a university education.

The Basic Needs Center acts as a virtual and physical hub to support students in their journey to access essential services that impact health, belonging, and overall well-being.

All currently-enrolled UC Berkeley students can use University Health Services (UHS) and take advantage of the high-quality, convenient care offered right on campus regardless of insurance.

The student helpdesk, part of Student Tech Services (STS), provides free tech support to all graduate, professional and undergraduate students at UC Berkeley.

The Student Technology Equity Program (STEP) provides long-term need-based loans of technology hardware to students at UC Berkeley.

With 20-plus locations sprinkled across campus (and beyond), the UC Berkeley Library has something for everyone.  Click the link for an overview of services available to current undergraduate students.

The UC Berkeley Career Center offers many resources to help you engage and grow in your career development and aid in your career readiness success. 

The Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP) provides an opportunity for Berkeley undergraduates to work with faculty members and research staff on cutting-edge research projects.

Students interested in studying abroad should contact Berkeley Study Abroad to learn about program options.