Additional Student Resources 

We understand life at Berkeley encompasses more than academics. Below are additional resources to better support your navigation of life at Cal. These include housing, student life, wellbeing, career development tools and resources.


UC Berkeley Graduate Division 

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  • Centers for Educational Equity and Excellence 

    Educational Opportunity Program

    EOP serves first gen, low income and historically underserved students delivering high-quality academic counseling to individual students.

    Student Parent Center

    The Student Parent Center is a centralized multi-purpose campus resource, where students can seek informed advice, develop leadership skills, engage in informal study groups, nurse babies, change diapers, celebrate achievements, recover from setback, and form lasting friendships.

    Undocumented Student Program

    Undocumented students in graduate and professional degree programs have access to USP’s services such as Immigration Legal Support, Mental Health Support, and Financial Support.

  • Graduate Diversity Program  

    A resource for educationally and financially disadvantaged students and underrepresented students throughout their academic careers at Berkeley. You can vist for more Information. 

  • Disabled Students Program

    DSP is dedicated to supporting students and collaborating with the campus community to remove barriers to educational access and embrace the University’s values of equity and inclusion.

  • Tang Center 

    University Health Center 

    All registered students are eligible to receive care at University Health Services Tang Center, regardless of type of health insurance coverage.

    For more information Call (510) 642-5700 or email Currently, enrolled students may also message our insurance specialists through the eTang patient portal.

  • Gender Equity and Resource Center

    The Gender Equity Resource Center, fondly referred to as GenEq, is a UC Berkeley campus community center committed to fostering an inclusive Cal experience for all.

    The programs and services GenEq are focused on four key areas:

  • Wellness Program 

    Wellness Program strives to create a healthy campus community and work environment through integrated programs and services designed to:

    • Provide Faculty and staff with tools and skills for leading healthy lifestyles and preventing injury and illness.
    • Build a healthy workplace that supports healthy lifestyles by making the healthy choice the easy choice. 
  • Gasp

    Graduate Assembly of Students in Psychology

    Our purpose is to represent graduate students in the UC Berkeley Psychology Department to the appropriate campus administration to ensure that their needs, concerns, and opinions are acknowledged and adequately addressed.
    To achieve this, our objectives are the following:

    1. 1.  to facilitate communication between the students, staff, and faculty bodies
    2. 2.  to foster relationships between our department and other departments and campus-wide organizations including the Student Union and Graduate Assembly.
    3. 3.  to create a shared social community across all areas of study within the department.

    GASP can be contacted at