Student Resources

Cal Academic Resource Links:

Anthropology Library -  The George and Mary Foster Anthropology Library, 230 Kroeber Hall, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-6000

Berkeley Library Site

Doe/Moffitt Helpful Research Links

Undergraduate Research – points you to several research opportunities at Berkeley such as the Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP) & the McNair Scholars Program.

Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarships- Research.berkeley.edu

Berkeley Academic Guide – general University information including admissions, campus academic departments, and courses & curricula


General Student Resource Links:

Career Center – career & graduate/pre-professional school counseling, job & internship search tools, special events including Career Week, Planning Your Future resource

Career Counseling Library – resources that can help you assess your interests & skills, explore career options & find out about graduate and professional schools

Student Learning Center – academic support services & leadership opportunities

Scholarship Connection – UC Berkeley’s clearinghouse for information on scholarships that are funded by sources outside the University

Letters & Science Advising – College rules & requirements, frequently asked questions, downloadable forms & petitions and quick email advising

Office of the Registrar – grades & transcripts, registration & enrollment, fees and more!

Schedule of Classes – the most up-to-date resource on course offerings for the semester

Transfer Re-entry & Student Parent Center – range of transitional support services for new and continuing transfer students at Cal

EOP – Educational Opportunity Program provides first generation and low-income college students with the guidance and resources necessary to succeed

Dean of Students and Deanofstudents.berkeley.edu/support– dedicated to the holistic learning journey of students and provide a myriad of programs, services and recources

Activities and student organizations – opportunities for the intellectual, social, and ethical development of all students through the promotion of co-curricular activities and civic engagement.