UHS Eating Disorders Team can help. To schedule an appointment, students should call the UHS clinic desk at (510) 643-7110. For questions or consultation, please call Social Services at (510) 642-6074.
Peer program to help students navigate their personal finances including basic money management skills like creating a budget, managing debt and student loans, and understanding credit. An online personal finance tool called iGrad is available now to all students.
Located in 444 Eshleman Hall, the Wellness Center provides graduate-focused wellness and mental health services, including individual, couples, and group counseling, DSP accommodations and services, and virtual workshops specific to graduate students.
You may contact the Ombuds Office at any time during a conflict if you want assistance sorting through the situation. The Ombudsperson will listen, help you come up with next steps, and discuss other resources that might be helpful.