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Welcome to the Virtual Student Veterans Resource Center!

Due to COVID-19, the Student Veterans Resource Center is closed physically, yet OPEN virtually!  We are here to serve and support our military-connected students. Access resources and services below.

For updates on our events, programming, and services :

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For the latest COVID-19 Updates visit coronavirus.ucsd.edu. Please check your UCSD email regularly, as this will be the main form of communication the university will use for any updates regarding COVID-19.

 

Meet With Us

Our services are virtual! Connect with support services (CAPS, Career Services, Health Promotion Services, OSD, VA outreach, and VA Benefits) and SVRC staff.

CONNECT WITH US

Virtual Drop-in Hours

The Student Veterans Resource Center is holding virtual drop-in hours, which is a virtual space where students can connect with SVRC staff. Virtual drop-in hours: Mondays and Wednesdays 9am - 11am, Tuesdays and Thursdays 12pm-2pm.

CONNECT WITH US

Resources

  • Mindfulness Resources
  • COVID-19 Student Affairs Resources and InformationStudents can access this Student Affairs page updated with communication and information related to COVID-19.
  • Financial Aid COVID-19 PageStudents can access this page for information on COVID-19 and its impact on Financial Aid and Scholarships.
  • Student Academic Support for Remote Learning Through the Teaching and Learning Commons, students can get support for challenging courses, subjects, and projects. Whether in a group setting or through one-on-one assistance.
  • The Writing Hub @ Teaching + Learning Commons The Writing hub helps undergraduate students with their writing assignments and growing their confidence with writing academic papers. From consultations to workshops.
  • Laptop Lending ProgramStudents can request a loaner laptop for the period in which students will be learning remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Using Canvas:  Canvas is the learning platform used by UC San Diego, and several other institutions.  Faculty use this platform to assign homework, facilitate discussions, and post notices to the class.
  • Using the VAC the Virtual Advising Center allows students to ask questions and get answers from their college academic advising office and other departments.
  • Using the REAL PortalThe REAL Portal offers research, internship, international, service learning, entrepreneurial, leadership, and other co-curricular opportunities that help students build real-world skills and apply knowledge gained in the classroom.
  • Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)Offers services that are designed to support students through high quality, culturally-sensitive, and confidential counseling services, including individual, couples, family and group counseling, crisis/urgent care interventions, and referral services FREE of charge.
  • Student Health Services (SHS)All students who pay registration fees have access to SHS. Most outpatient primary care medical services at SHS are provided to you at no cost while you are a registered student.
  • Basic Needs (The Hub + Triton Food Pantry)The Hub is a new UC San Diego space that offers students the opportunity to engage in and link to Basic Needs resources, which includes access to nutritious food, stable housing, and financial wellness resources.
  • Office of Academic Support and Instructional Services (OASIS)OASIS offers community-based and culturally responsive mentoring, academic support, and professional development. OASIS offers support in Math, Science, and Writing.
  • Undocumented Student ServicesUC San Diego's Undocumented Student Services office is committed to serving our undocumented students through a holistic approach that encompasses personal guidance, immigration legal services, advocacy, community building, and referrals.
  • Handshake: Student and alumni portal to jobs and internships.
  • Co-Curricular Record (CCR): Record co-curricular activities on your official record, and share it with employers and grad schools.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the SVRC still open?
We are closed physically, but OPEN virtually.

I have some concerns about my virtual experience at UCSD, what should I do?
Please contact us during our virtual drop-in hours, 1:1 consultations or email us at svrc@ucsd.edu.

Contact Information

Email: svrc@ucsd.edu
Phone: 858-534-5080
Remote Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.