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Accreditation Standards and Criteria for Review

Accreditation Standards serve as a foundation and framework "to guide institutions in self review as a basis for assessing institutional performance and to identify needed areas of improvement." Below you will find a rich variety of campus and system-wide links related to WASC Accreditation Standards and Criteria. 2008 revisions to the Criteria for Review are noted in red.

Standard 2: Achieve Educational Objectives Through Core Functions

The institution achieves its institutional purposes and attains its educational objectives through the core functions of teaching and learning, scholarship and creative activity, and support for student learning. It demonstrates that these core functions are performed effectively and that they support one another in the institution’s efforts to attain educational effectiveness.

Criteria for Review (CFR):

CFR 2.1

The institution’s educational programs are appropriate in content, standards, and nomenclature for the degree level awarded, regardless of mode of delivery, and are staffed by sufficient numbers of faculty qualified for the type and level of curriculum offered. Guideline: The content, length, and standards of the institution’s academic programs conform to recognized disciplinary or professional standards and are subject to peer review.

CFR 2.2

All degrees—undergraduate and graduate—awarded by the institution are clearly defined in terms of entry-level requirements and in terms of levels of student achievement necessary for graduation that represent more than simply an accumulation of courses or credits. Guideline: Competencies required for graduation are reflected in course syllabi for both General Education and the major.

Baccalaureate programs engage students in an integrated course of study of sufficient breadth and depth to prepare them for work, citizenship, and a fulfilling life. These programs also ensure the development of core learning abilities and competencies including, but not limited to, college-level written and oral communication; college-level quantitative skills; information literacy; and the habit of critical analysis of data and argument. In addition, baccalaureate programs actively foster an understanding of diversity; civic responsibility; the ability to work with others; and the capability to engage in lifelong learning. Baccalaureate programs also ensure breadth for all students in the areas of cultural and aesthetic, social and political, as well as scientific and technical knowledge expected of educated persons in this society. Finally, students are required to engage in an in-depth, focused, and sustained program of study as part of their baccalaureate programs. Guideline: The institution has a program of General Education that is integrated throughout the curriculum, including at the upper division level, consisting of a minimum of 45 semester credit hours (or the equivalent), together with significant study in depth in a given area of knowledge (typically described in terms of a major).

  • UC San Diego General Catalog

    The online version of UC San Diego's General Catalog reflects information in the printed catalog, including information about the six colleges, courses, departments, and programs.
    UC San Diego

  • Undergraduate Majors at UC San Diego

    See a list of undergraduate majors and degrees at UC San Diego.
    TritonLink

  • Online Schedule of Classes

    Online access to the schedule of classes through TritonLink.
    TritonLink

  • Choosing a College at UC San Diego

    This page from the General Catalog describes how to choose a college at UC San Diego and lists descriptions of each of the six undergraduate colleges' educational philosophies.
    General Catalog

  • Undergraduate Research Center

    The Undergraduate Research Center allows for students and faculty to collaborate by organizing a mentorship program.
    UC San Diego

  • English in Action Tutor Program

    The UC San Diego English in Action Tutor Program sets up volunteer tutors with international students wishing to learn more about American culture through practical usage of the language.
    UC San Diego

  • Career Services Center

    The Career Services Center offers a wide range of programs and services, and exists to help students and alumni of the University of California determine and fulfill their career goals.
    UC San Diego

  • Office of Academic Support & Instructional Services (OASIS)

    The mission of OASIS is to help UC San Diego students reach their full potential by developing their appreciation for learning and their ability to learn effectively.
    UC San Diego

  • Counseling and Psychological Services

    Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is committed to promoting student wellness, continuous life-skills building, development, and the preservation of an environment conducive to growth and learning. CAPS provides counseling, outreach, and preventative services to students of all backgrounds.
    UC San Diego

  • UC San Diego's Six Colleges: Core Curricula and General Education Requirements

    Find out about the core curriculum and General Education requirements for each of UC San Diego's six colleges.
    TritonLink

  • Language Placement Testing

    A guide to language placement exams
    Department of Linguistics

  • UC Entry Level Writing Requirement

    Students must demonstrate a minimum proficiency in English composition.
    Basic Writing Program

  • Math Placement Testing

    Testing to assist students in determining the appropriate entry-level courses.
    Math Testing and Placement

  • WebCT

    Interactive course websites provided by instructors.
    Academic Affairs

  • Chemistry & Biochemistry Course Websites

    Examples of Course Web Pages
    Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

  • Revelle College Honors Program

    Example of a College Honors Program
    Revelle College

  • Dimensions of Culture program (DOC)

    The Dimensions of Culture program (DOC) is an introductory three-quarter social science sequence that is required of all first year students at Thurgood Marshall College, UC San Diego. Successful completion of the DOC sequence satisfies the University of California writing requirement. The course is a study in the social construction of individual identity and it surveys a range of social differences and stratifications that shape the nature of human attachment to self, work, community, and a sense of nation.
    Thurgood Marshall College

  • Muir College Writing Program

    The Muir College Writing Program is a sequence of courses in critical thinking and the writing of expository prose. During these courses, students must advance beyond the basic competency expected at entrance to understand and write discourse acceptable at the university level.
    Muir College

  • Humanities Writing Program

    The Humanities Program offers interdisciplinary courses in history, philosophy, and literature, with a focus on major aspects of the Western humanistic tradition. In these courses, students examine the development of a wide variety of ideas and forms of expression that exert a major influence on modern America. Through lectures and class discussions, and through the writing of essays, students learn to interpret literary, historical, and philosophical texts and to conduct independent critical assessment of documents and ideas.
    Revelle College

  • Making of the Modern World

    The Making of the Modern World is a six-quarter sequence required of all ERC students. It is designed to encourage thinking historically, comparatively, and in an interdisciplinary way about the Western and non-Western cultures studied in the course sequence.
    Eleanor Roosevelt College

  • Culture, Art, and Technology

    Innovation within the Core Sequence Culture, Art, and Technology (CAT) program brings new media into the CAT classroom and engages students in the creation of collaborative Web-based digital art projects that reflect on CAT course themes.
    Sixth College

  • Warren College Writing Program

    The Warren College Writing Program is a two-quarter sequence that is in accordance with university-wide and college-specific requirements, and explores the structure of academic argumentation by reading challenging texts and by providing many opportunities for students to write and revise their own work.
    Warren College

  • List of Academic Departments

    An alphabetical list of all academic departments on campus.
    UC San Diego

  • Minors at UC San Diego

    Minors programs offer educational opportunities for students to explore more disciplines.
    Academic Affairs

  • Undergraduate Research Opportunities

    The campus offers an array of research opportunities to undergraduate students.
    Academic Affairs

  • UC San Diego Academic Regulations

    Degree Requirements and Academic Regulations. The UC San Diego General Catalog defines degree requirements and regulations.
    Academic Senate

Graduate programs are consistent with the purpose and character of their institutions; are in keeping with the expectations of their respective disciplines and professions; and are described through nomenclature that is appropriate to the several levels of graduate and professional degrees offered. Graduate curricula are visibly structured to include active involvement with the literature of the field and ongoing student engagement in research and/or appropriate high-level professional practice and training experiences. Additionally, admission criteria to graduate programs normally include a baccalaureate degree in an appropriate undergraduate program.Guideline: Institutions offering graduate-level programs demonstrate sufficient resources and structures to sustain these programs and create a graduate-level academic culture

CFR 2.3

The institution’s student learning outcomes and expectations for learning and student attainment are clearly stated at the course, program and as appropriate, institutional level.  These include the organization and content of the institution’s curricula; admissions and graduation policies; the organization and delivery of advisement; the use of its library and information resources; and (where applicable) experience in the wider learning environment provided by the campus and/or co-curriculum.  Guideline: The use of information and learning resources beyond textbooks is evidenced in syllabi through the undergraduate and graduate curriculum.

  • UC San Diego Libraries

    UC San Diego Libraries home page allows for ROGER, SAGE, and Melvyl searches, as well as linking to additional library services.
    UC San Diego

  • Roger

    Roger is UC San Diego's online library catalog and lists items owned by all campus libraries. Use Roger to find out if UC San Diego owns an item and where it is located.
    UC San Diego

  • Sage

    Sage is the UC San Diego Library's gateway to the Web.  It is a database of electronic resources licensed for UC San Diego as well as some freely available on the Internet. These resources have been selected by our library subject specialists as being valuable for research by students, faculty and staff. Sage includes websites, electronic journals, electronic books and reports, and databases of all types.
    UC San Diego

  • Melvyl

    The Melvyl catalog contains records for materials (books, journals, movies, maps, music scores and recordings, computer files, dissertations, government documents, etc.) held by the libraries of the ten UC campuses, the California State Library, Hastings College of the Law, the California Academy of Sciences, the California Historical Society, the Center for Research Libraries, the Graduate Theological Union, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. All publication dates are included. The database contains over 25,000,000 records, and most campuses update their holdings on a weekly basis.
    UC San Diego

  • Digital Library Program

    The UC San Diego Digital Library Program, which was begun in 2001 to develop and manage the growing proliferation of digital resources has since evolved to encompass not only acquired and locally created collections as well as tools for resource discovery but also instructional support and delivery of print resources online. More recently it has become involved in national digital library initiatives that are poised to become models for future library services.
    UC San Diego

  • Library Instruction

    The Library Instruction page links to workshop registration, calendars, and other services for faculty and instructors.
    UC San Diego

  • Library Specialists

    The alphabetical list below contains over 100 fields of study supported by the UC San Diego Libraries. To find out who in the libraries supports a given subject area, one may scroll through the entire list, or select the first letter of a subject area's name from the alphabet bar.
    UC San Diego

  • Digital Information Literacy Report - Link in development

    UC San Diego Report of the Senate-Administration Advisory Group for the Information Literacy Theme.
    UC San Diego

  • Thurgood Marshall College Advising

    The College’s academic advising services are available to continuing and readmitted students as well as new students for enrollment and after registration and enrollment.
    Thurgood Marshall College

  • Muir College Advising

    Muir College Academic Advisors endorse and embrace a belief in the importance of personalized advising for actively participating in learning, making informed decisions, and assuming personal responsibility.
    Muir College

  • Revelle College Advising

    The Revelle College Academic Advising Office is responsible for advising all new and continuing students from orientation to graduation.
    Revelle College

  • Eleanor Roosevelt College Advising

    The Academic Advising homepage links to an online virtual advising center and information about academic petitions, degree audit and graduation check, programs and workshops, and publications. Students can also find information about making an appointment.
    Eleanor Roosevelt College

  • Sixth College Advising

    The Sixth College, academic advising mission is to develop personal and caring relationships with students and to help them achieve their educational, career, and life goals.
    TritonLink

  • Warren College Advising

    The primary purpose of the Office of Academic Advising is to assist students in the development and implementation of educational and personal goals.
    Warren College

  • Student Research & Information

    The Student Research & Information web page is the official source of undergraduate admission, enrollment, and graduation statistics.
    UC San Diego

  • Soft Reserves

    Soft Reserves, a student organization, sells supplementary materials for classes provided by professors, including course readers and articles, practice exams and homework, exam and quiz solutions.
    UC San Diego

  • UC San Diego Admissions

    Overview of undergraduate, graduate and professional school admissions criteria and process.
    UC San Diego TritonLink

  • Academic Programs

    Policies/Regulations are posted broadly on websites.
    UC San Diego Catalog

  • The Arts Libraries - Film and Video

    This large collection supplements classroom content.
    UC San Diego Libraries

  • Academic Internship Program

    Internships contribute to a wide learning environment of opportunities.
    Academic Affairs / Student Affairs

  • Study Abroad

    Students can study abroad by participating in several types of programs.
    Academic Affairs / Student Affairs

CFR 2.4

The institution’s expectations for learning and student attainment are developed and widely shared among its members (including faculty, students, staff, and where appropriate, external stakeholders). The institution’s faculty takes collective responsibility for establishing, reviewing, fostering, and demonstrating the attainment of these expectations.

CFR 2.5

The institution’s academic programs actively involve students in learning, challenge them to achieve high expectations, and provide them with appropriate and ongoing feedback about their performance and how it can be improved.

  • The Freshman Survey

    This page lists surveys conducted by the Office of Student Research and Information, Student Affairs.
    Student Research & Information

  • Dimensions of Culture program (DOC)

    The Dimensions of Culture program (DOC) is an introductory three-quarter social science sequence that is required of all first-year students at Thurgood Marshall College, UC San Diego. Successful completion of the DOC sequence satisfies the University of California writing requirement. The course is a study in the social construction of individual identity and it surveys a range of social differences and stratifications that shape the nature of human attachment to self, work, community, and a sense of nation.
    Thurgood Marshall College

  • Muir College Writing Program

    The Muir College Writing Program is a sequence of courses in critical thinking and the writing of expository prose. During these courses, students must advance beyond the basic competency expected at entrance to understand and write discourse acceptable at the university level.
    Muir College

  • Humanities Program

    The Humanities Program offers interdisciplinary courses in history, philosophy, and literature, with a focus on major aspects of the Western humanistic tradition. In these courses, students examine the development of a wide variety of ideas and forms of expression that exert a major influence on modern America. Through lectures and class discussions, and through the writing of essays, students learn to interpret literary, historical, and philosophical texts and to conduct independent critical assessment of documents and ideas.
    Revelle College

  • Making of the Modern World

    Making of the Modern World is a six-quarter sequence required of all ERC students. It is designed to encourage thinking historically, comparatively, and in an interdisciplinary way about the Western and non-Western cultures studied in the course sequence.
    Eleanor Roosevelt College

  • Culture, Art, and Technology

    Innovation within the Core Sequence Culture, Art, and Technology (CAT) program brings new media into the CAT classroom and engages students in the creation of collaborative Web-based digital art projects that reflect on CAT course themes.
    Sixth College

  • Warren College Writing Program

    The Warren College Writing Program is a two-quarter sequence that is in accordance with university-wide and college-specific requirements, and explores the structure of academic argumentation by reading challenging texts and by providing many opportunities for students to write and revise their own work.
    Warren College

  • Graduation Requirements in the UC San Diego Undergraduate Colleges

    This chart lists the graduation requirements for each UC San Diego undergraduate college.
    UC San Diego

  • Preuss School Mentorship Program

    UC San Diego students may volunteer as tutors at the Preuss School or serve as mentors for school organizations such as the yearbook staff or ASB.
    The Preuss School

CFR 2.6

The institution demonstrates that its graduates consistently achieve its stated levels of attainment and ensures that its expectations for student learning are embedded in the standards faculty use to evaluate student work.

CFR 2.7

In order to improve program currency and effectiveness, all programs offered by the institution are subject to systematic program review.  The program review process includes analyses of the achievement of the program’s learning objectives and outcomes, program retention and completion, and where appropriate, results of licensing examination and placement and evidence from external constituencies such as employers and professional organizationsGuideline: The institution incorporates in its assessment of educational objectives results with respect to student achievement, including program completion, license examination, and placement rates results.

  • Instructional Improvement Program

    The Instructional Improvement Program provides resources to faculty for evaluation and improvement of undergraduate instruction.
    Academic Affairs

  • Analytical Studies & Space Planning

    Analytical Studies & Space Planning provides information and analysis on enrollment, campus population, course load, and workload.
    ASSP

  • UC San Diego News Center

    The University Communications Office provides current information on top campus stories.
    UC San Diego

  • Institutional Research

    Institutional Research, a unit within the office of Campus Planning, provides public data and reports on a wide variety of topics pertaining to education.
    Campus Planning

  • Career Services Center

    This campus entity offers an array of resources to students seeking advanced studies and employment.
    Student Affairs

  • Medical School Admission Data

    Association of American Medical Colleges data for UC San Diego applicants.
    Career Services

  • Law School Admission Data

    Data for UC San Diego applicants
    Career Services

  • Program Reviews

    The Academic Senate is responsible for reviewing all academic programs on a regular basis.
    Academic Senate / Academic Affairs

CFR 2.8

The institution actively values and promotes scholarship, curricular and instructional innovation, and creative activity, as well as their dissemination at levels and of the kinds appropriate to the institution’s purposes and character.  Guideline: Where appropriate, the institution includes in its policies for faculty promotion and tenure recognition of scholarship related to teaching, learning, assessment, and co-curricular learning

CFR 2.9

The institution recognizes and promotes appropriate linkages among scholarship, teaching, student learning, and service.

  • Council on Undergraduate Education

    The Council on Undergraduate Education has been formed to bring faculty together to discuss various strategies for improving undergraduate education at UC San Diego. The Council serves as a forum for tapping collective wisdom and discussing best practices, new initiatives and proposed policy changes.
    Academic Affairs

  • ArtPower!

    ArtPower! is a program of the University Events Office that promotes cultural enrichment through music, dance and visual art.
    UC San Diego

  • University Events Office

    The University Events Office is a multifaceted professional arts and events organization of UC San Diego with an outstanding reputation for bringing nationally and internationally recognized artists to the campus and local community.
    UC San Diego

  • Helen Edison Lecture Series

    The Helen Edison Lecture Series presents ongoing free public lectures on issues that advance humanitarian purposes and objectives.
    UC San Diego

  • The Making of the Modern World Program

    The Making of the Modern World is a six-quarter sequence required of all ERC students. It is designed to encourage thinking historically, comparatively, and in an interdisciplinary way about the Western and non-Western cultures studied in the course sequence.
    Eleanor Roosevelt College

  • Language Conversation Tables

    Sponsored by the Eleanor Roosevelt College at UCSD, the program promotes the learning of languages through conversations with native speakers.
    UC San Diego

  • UCSD-TV

    UCSD-TV reflects San Diego's rich intellectual and cultural diversity through television programs that are unique in their intent and scope. As a university based station, UCSD-TV has unusual access to people and events that impact both the campus community and the greater San Diego region.
    UC San Diego

  • UCTV

    UCTV delivers documentaries, faculty lectures, cutting-edge research symposiums and artistic performances from each of the ten UC campuses: UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Los Angeles, UC Merced, UC Riverside, UC San Diego, UC San Francisco, UC Santa Barbara, and UC Santa Cruz, as well as UC's national laboratories and affiliated institutions.
    University of California

  • Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind Events Calendar

    Dedicated to the advancement of science for the benefit of humanity, The Kavli Foundation supports scientific research, honors scientific achievement, and promotes public understanding of scientists and their work.
    KIBM

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

    Outreach and consultation programs that seek to enhance the living and learning experience of students.
    Student Affairs

  • Student Affairs Assessment of Programs

    Student Affairs offers an array of student services and programs to enrich the lives of students.
    Student Affairs

  • Cross Cultural Center

    The center's mission is to empower UCSD to recognize, challenge, and take proactive approaches to diversity for the campus and the San Diego community.
    UC San Diego

  • The Volunteer Connection

    This program offers volunteer on- and off-campus programs to students.
    Associated Students

  • Associated Students Leadership (ASUCSD)

    Facilitate and encourage students to grow and develop through their involvement in student government, its services and auxiliaries.
    Student Affairs

  • International Center

    Multipurpose facility created to foster cross-cultural exchange and to provide international events and education for the entire UC San Diego campus and community.
    Student Affairs

  • Academic Integrity Office

    Creates a culture of academic integrity on campus.
    Academic Affairs

CFR 2.10

The institution collects and analyzes student data disaggregated by demographic categories and areas of study.  It tracks achievement, satisfaction, and campus climate to support student success. Guideline: The institution's policy on grading and student evaluation is clearly stated, and provides opportunity for appeal as needed; and periodic analyses of grades and evaluation procedures are conducted to assess the rigor and impact of these policies.

CFR 2.11

Consistent with its purposes, the institution develops and assesses its co-curricular programs that are integrated with its academic goals and programs, and supports student professional and personal development.

  • Center for Student Involvement

    The Center for Student Involvement oversees all UC San Diego student organizations and offers a searchable database of over 400 organizations.
    TritonLink

  • Upward Bound Classic Mentoring

    The Upward Bound Classic (UBC) Mentor Program is an avenue to help participants learn about careers, college life experiences, and choices to prepare for college. UBC mentors and mentees have the opportunity to interact once a week, throughout the year via email communication or phone conversations.
    UC San Diego

  • The Preuss School

    The Preuss School is a middle and high school dedicated to providing an intensive college prep education for motivated low-income students who will become the first in their families to graduate from college. The school, which is jointly chartered by the San Diego Unified School District and UC San Diego, opened in 1999 with 150 students in grades 6 – 8. It currently has 767 students in grades 6 – 12.
    The Preuss School

  • Academic Internship Program

    Established in 1976, UC San Diego's Academic Internship Program offers students the opportunity to apply academic knowledge and skills in diverse corporate and community settings while earning academic credit.
    UC San Diego

  • Muir College

    Example of Student Involvement Activities and Opportunities. All colleges provide student involvement activities.
    Student Affairs

  • Eleanor Roosevelt College

    Example of Student Life Programs Available to Students. All colleges provide Student Life programs.
    Student Affairs

  • Student Leadership Training Programs

    Students can get involved in programs and activities that promote leadership and leadership development.
    Student Affairs

  • Welcome Week

    Events for new and returning students full of activities to help student get involved with the campus and reconnect with it.
    Student Affairs

  • Programs Abroad Office

    For students interested in studying abroad.
    Student Affairs

  • Academic Internship Program

    Provides listings of internships available to students and offers students the opportunities to apply academic knowledge and skills in diverse corporate environments.
    Academic Affairs

  • Career Services

    Employment, professional school, graduate school and career resources available to students.
    UC San Diego

  • University and Student Centers

    Provides meeting and event space for students, staff, faculty, alumni and the greater community to meet and interact.
    Student Affairs

  • Calendar of Events

    Listing of events for students, faculty, staff and the community.
    UC San Diego

  • University Events Office

    Listing of performances and events
    UC San Diego

CFR 2.12

The institution ensures that all students understand the requirements of their academic programs and receive timely, useful, and regular information and advising about relevant academic requirements. Guideline: Recruiting and admission practices, academic calendars, publications, and advertising are accurate, current, disclosing, and are readily available to support student needs.

  • Thurgood Marshall College Advising

    The College’s academic advising services are available to continuing and readmitted students as well as new students for enrollment and after registration and enrollment.
    Thurgood Marshall College

  • Muir College Advising

    Muir College Academic Advisors endorse and embrace a belief in the importance of personalized advising for actively participating in learning, making informed decisions, and assuming personal responsibility.
    Muir College

  • Revelle College Advising

    The Revelle College Academic Advising Office is responsible for advising all new and continuing students from orientation to graduation.
    Revelle College

  • Eleanor Roosevelt College Advising

    The Academic Advising homepage links to an online virtual advising center and information about academic petitions, degree audit and graduation check, programs and workshops, and publications. Students can also find information about making an appointment.
    Eleanor Roosevelt College

  • Sixth College Advising

    The Sixth College academic advising mission is to develop personal and caring relationships with students and to help them achieve their educational, career, and life goals.
    TritonLink

  • Warren College Advising

    The primary purpose of the Office of Academic Advising is to assist students in the development and implementation of educational and personal goals.
    Warren College

  • Registrar's Office

    The Registrar's Office provides students with links to academic and financial information. Faculty and staff can also link to tools and procedures on grading, enrollment, and scheduling; and alumni can order copies of transcripts and diplomas.
    TritonLink

  • Admissions and Relations with Schools

    Admissions and Relations with Schools provides teachers, parents, and prospective students with information on UC San Diego's admissions process.
    TritonLink

  • Prospective Student Website

    Resource for prospective students
    Student Affairs

  • Academic Calendar

    Annual academic calendars of the university's academic activities.
    Student Affairs

  • UC San Diego General Catalog

    Academic Regulations and Policies are posted in the catalog and on Tritonlink.
    Academic Senate

  • Academic Departments and Programs

    All academic departments have websites that compliment the catalog.
    Academic Affairs

  • TritonLink

    UC San Diego’s primary web-base student portal.
    Student Affairs

CFR 2.13

Student support services--including financial aid, registration, advising, career counseling, computer labs, and library and information services--are designed to meet the needs of the specific types of students the institution serves and the curricula it offers.

  • Departmental Chairs

    This page lists all current departmental chairs.
    Academic Affairs

  • Program Directors

    This page lists all current directors of interdisciplinary programs.
    Academic Affairs

  • Academic Enrichment Programs

    AEP offers UC San Diego undergraduates the opportunity to obtain valuable research-oriented academic preparation in virtually any academic major including science, math, engineering, social sciences and the arts and humanities.
    AEP

  • TRIO Outreach Programs

    UC San Diego’s TRIO Outreach Programs consists of three federally funded programs: Upward Bound Classic, Upward Bound Math and Science and Education Talent Search. Please click on the link to learn more about the specific services and sites. Overall our programs include college advising, tutoring, Saturday academies, field trips and college tours.
    TRIO

  • Career Services Center

    The Career Services Center offers a wide range of programs and services, and exists to help students and alumni of the University of California determine and fulfill their career goals.
    UC San Diego

  • Office of Academic Support & Instructional Services (OASIS)

    The mission of OASIS is to help UC San Diego students reach their full potential by developing their appreciation for learning and their ability to learn effectively.
    UC San Diego

  • Counseling and Psychological Services

    Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is committed to promoting student wellness, continuous life-skills building, development, and the preservation of an environment conducive to growth and learning. CAPS provides counseling, outreach, and preventative services to students of all backgrounds.
    UC San Diego

  • Financial Aid Office

    Financial aid information for prospective and continuing students, parents, veterans and their families.
    Student Affairs

  • Admissions/Registration

    Information about admissions and enrollment for prospective students.
    Student Affairs

  • UC San Diego libraries

    The libraries offer an array of collections and services available to students.
    Academic Affairs

  • Computer Labs

    Computer labs are located throughout the campus for students.
    Academic Computing Services

  • Student Services Center

    A one-stop center for student services located in the center of campus.
    Student Affairs

  • Courses.ucsd.edu

    This is a listing of class websites, lecture notes, library book reserves, to complement lectures by enhancing student learning and understanding.
    Academic Computing and Media Services

  • Transfer Students Services

    Publications and resource for prospective and current transfer students.
    Student Affairs

CFR 2.14

 Institutions that serve transfer students assume an obligation to provide clear and accurate information about transfer requirements, ensure equitable treatment for such students with respect to academic policies, and ensure that such students are not unduly disadvantaged by transfer requirements.

  • Admission Information for Transfer Students

    Link to information on on transferring to UC San Diego.
    TritonLink

  • All Campus Transfer Association (ACTA)

    The primary job of the All Campus Transfer Association (ACTA) is to give transfer students information and give students an opportunity to meet other transfer students.
    UC San Diego

  • Triton Transfer Connect Program

    The Triton Transfer Connect (TTC) has been created so that transfer students may become familiar with the resources regarding off campus housing. This program will give transfer students the opportunity to tour the surrounding La Jolla / UTC area (via the UC San Diego shuttle) in preparation for your off campus housing search.
    UC San Diego

  • College Transfer Student Programs

    Sixth College Example of a transfer student programs – All colleges provide programs for transfer students.
    Student Affairs

  • The Village at Torrey Pines

    New Transfer Student Housing – Fall 2009.
    Housing, Dining, and Hospitality

  • Transfer Student Guide

    Information for prospective and current transfer students.
    Academic Affairs/Student Affairs

  • Transfer Student Discussion Group

    This discussion group to improve academic issues pertaining to transfer students is chaired by the AVCUE and works collaboratively with Student Affairs.
    Academic Affairs