Peer Support Providers: Helping Navigate the Maze of Graduate Resources

Recently launched this fall, the Graduate Peer Support Providers program is designed to help Berkeley graduate students learn about and more easily access the types of basic needs, mental health, and academic support services available on campus. Graduate students themselves, Peer Support Providers (PSPs) provide support to their peers with understanding, experience, and respect, using an equity-based lens.

Self-Cultivation for Global Development

Ramsay Boly, a first year student in the Master of Development Practice Program, follows his passion, leading him to a life-changing experience in Taiwan.

recalibrate: Berkeley’s NEW Wellness Website

Berkeley launches a new wellness website, recalibrate, as part of the UC systemwide Healthy Campus Network (HCN) initiative, aiming “to make UC the healthiest place to work, learn, and live.”

Food Resources

If you find yourself needing assistance over the winter break (or at any time of year), here are some options.

New from Rec Sports!

​Learn more about Berkeley Rec Sports and their new initiatives for the Fall!​

UCBe: Well

May 2016 marks the first National Mental Health Awareness Month, mental health organizations nationwide use this month to raise awareness, reduce stigma, and advocate for better resources for mental illness.