Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

Recent Campus Messages from
the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

For UCSB community members who may be affected by changes to travel and immigration policies, we are updating information regularly on two Student Affairs sites:

http://oiss.sa.ucsb.edu/ 

http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/dreamscholars/home

UCSB Chancellor Henry T. Yang sent a note expressing his support for all faculty, staff, and students in our university community: Click here to view the note

UC President Janet Napolitano and the UC Chancellors from each campus issued the following statement: Click here to view the statement

UC President Napolitano released the UC Principles in Support of Undocumented Members of UC Community statement: Click here to view the statement

UCOP also has information on immigration at their website: Click here to view the information

The Division of Student Affairs upholds the values of an inclusive and welcoming campus community.

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We also want to remind you of all the wonderful resources on campus offered by the Division of Student Affairs.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers a range of groups and seminars on many topics. For emergencies, always call 911 or UCPD at 805-893-3446, but if you need a consultation or want someone to follow up after business hours, please see our distressed student resources.

Students and parents can also contact our Student-Parent Liaison, D'anna Sandor at danna.sandor@sa.ucsb.edu.  We also want to remind you that the CAPS number (805-893-4411) is available 24/7 for students who need support in the moment or after business hours.

Remember that Campus Learning Assistance Services (CLAS) is always available to assist with study skills and time management as well.

Additionally, if you believe you have witnessed, or that you have been a target of a hate-or bias-motivated incident you may make a report to the University online here or by calling: 805-893-5016. The UC Police may be reached by calling: 805-893-3446 or 911 in an emergency. You can read more about resources regarding hate or bias incidents here and here.

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Stay up-to-date on the latest from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs on the new Campus Communications page! 

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