On this page, you can browse all the resources listed on the Academic Accommodations Hub, as well as a few others. These campus offices can offer support and help provide information about accommodations or supportive measures.

  • The Athletic Study Center: Provides holistic student development, academic support, and academic advising services to the student-athlete population at UC Berkeley.
  • Basic Needs CenterThe Basic Needs Center team is committed to fostering belonging and justice on the UC Berkeley campus through a robust model that includes both short-term emergency relief and long-term support services addressing students’ basic needs. Basic needs are defined as an ecosystem that at the core includes food securityhousing security, and financial stability.

  • Berkeley International Office (BIO): BIO's mission is to enhance the academic experiences of international students and scholars by providing the highest levels of knowledge and expertise in advising, immigration services, advocacy, and programming to the UC Berkeley campus community.
  • Center for Support and InterventionThe Center for Support and Intervention addresses prevention and intervention for harm and violence on campus, and provides support to students experiencing or causing distress in the campus community
  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at University Health Services (Confidential): Free short-term and crisis counseling and psychiatry for students. After-hours urgent support: (855) 817-5667

  • Disabled Students’ Program (DSP): DSP promotes an inclusive environment for students with disabilities by equipping disabled students with appropriate accommodations and services to achieve their individual academic goals. Students who need disability-related academic accommodations, or have questions about their eligibility, should contact DSP.
  • Educational Opportunity Program (EOP): Provides students who identify as first-generation, low-income, and/or historically underrepresented college students with the guidance, support, and resources to succeed at Berkeley

  • Faculty Athletic Representative: Oliver O'Reilly(link is external) ( sends e-mail))
  • Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD): The campus Title IX Office, OPHD contributes to creating a culture of respect by overseeing campus compliance with policies that prohibit discrimination and harassment and receiving reports of harassment and discrimination (including sexual violence and sexual harassment), providing support to those harmed, and resolving matters either formally or informally.
  • PATH to Care Center (Confidential): Works to transform the campus into a community free of sexual violence through prevention, advocacy, training, and healing. Provides affirming, empowering, confidential support for those who have experienced any forms of sexual and relationship violence, harassment, or stalking. 24/7 Urgent Support Care Line: (510) 643-2005
  • Social Services at University Health Services (Confidential): Topic-specific confidential counseling to help students with coping skills, problem-solving, and connecting with resources. After-hours urgent support: (855) 817-5667
  • Student Parent Center: A centralized multi-purpose campus resource for student parents. 
  • Undocumented Student Program(link is external): Provides guidance and support to undocumented undergraduate and graduate students at Berkeley.

Note about Confidential Resources

While all of these offices listed keep your personal information private in adherence to the law and university policy, there is a reporting requirement in cases of gender discrimination or harassment (including sexual violence and harassment).

All university employees (including faculty, staff, GSIs and other student employees) except those marked “Confidential,” below, are considered “Responsible Employees,” meaning that they are required to share reports of sexual violence or sexual harassment with OPHD, the campus Title IX office. Unless there is an imminent risk of serious harm, confidential resources cannot share information without your express consent, and receiving support from a confidential resource does not trigger a report to the university.