Do you need to reserve space on campus? Or apply for funding? Find out more by visiting our "How do I" website.
Recreation: Experiential Learning Opportunities
Outdoor Adventures offers a variety of experiential-learning opportunities through our Bike Shop, Challenge Course, Outdoor Trips, Rental Center, and Rock Wall. Our programming is designed to nurture and encourage a life-long love of outdoor pursuits along with a deep appreciation of risk management, environmental stewardship, as well as social and cultural inclusivity.
No matter where you are in your journey, the Career Center has the tools and resources to help! From career exploration to skill development, our dedicated staff works with you to help you discover your professional strengths as you prepare for graduate school or full-time employment.
Residential Life: Co-Programming Opportunities
n response to the impact of COVID-19 & with the most recent adjustments in student housing, Residential Life has altered the ways in which they can support student organizations this academic year.
The Funding & Advisory Board will not be functional this academic year. That means there will not be any funding available this academic year and venues will not be booked for in-person gatherings until further notice.
Publicity is still available, but these are only limited to flyers and active digital displays at this time.
Training and assistance with virtual engagements can be scheduled, based upon availability, with their Program & Event Management unit. On a case-by-case basic, they may be able to rent out production technology to University Housing residents of whom are preparing for a student organization's program
Community Ally and Awareness Trainings
If you have a group of 10 or more and are interested in a training specifically for your department or organization, please reach out to Liz Lopez at email@example.com.Transfer Awareness Training
If you would like a Transfer Awareness Training from the TSR office, please email Kayla Lam at firstname.lastname@example.org with your organization, preferred date and time, and any notes!
In line with the UC Policy on Sustainable Practices, the Single-Use Plastics Policy aims to prohibit or eliminate the purchase and use of various single-use plastics, which are a major source of pollution, environmental degradation, and human health impacts. For more detailed information check out our full implementation guide!Required Insurance
The University of California has created an insurance program to cover Registered Student Organization (RSO) for most on-campus events. Events covered by the policy are paid for by the University. However, RSOs are responsible for making sure their event is covered.