The Career Center is dedicated to providing comprehensive, quality career development and employment/internship programs and resources that prepare a diverse student/alumni community to successfully meet today's and tomorrow's challenges.
Thank you for your interest in the Disability Resource Center! We exist to assist the UCSC campus with equal educational access for students with disabilities. Our goals are to:
- support retention and graduation of students with disabilities.
- collaborate with students, faculty, staff and community resources to provide effective academic services.
- promote a non-discriminatory campus environment and encourage student development and independence.
The Educational Opportunity Programs (EOP) represent the University of California's effort to identify, retain, and graduate a diverse student body. With that in mind, the mission of EOP is to promote the retention, academic success, and graduation rates of first generation college, low-income, and educationally disadvantaged student populations, and to assist these students with preparation for admission to graduate and professional schools.
STARS provides the extra academic and personal support transfer and re-entry students may need to benefit fully from their education at UCSC, whether they are full-or part-time. STARS is here to assist students with their pre-admissions questions, transition concerns, academic support network, and post graduation planning. Transfer students are any students admitted with at least 45 transferable quarter units. Re-entry students are any undergraduates age 25 or more, graduate students over age 29, students who have had a substantial break in their college education and are returning to school, student parents, or veterans of the armed services. Re-admitted students have been previously admitted to UCSC and are returning after absences. Re-admitted students who meet the above STARS criteria are also encouraged to utilize STARS services.