FEATURED FUND: The Michael D. Young Endowed Fund for Scholarship, Leadership, and Citizenship was established by colleagues, friends and alumni to honor his commitment to students during his more than 25 years as vice chancellor for Student Affairs (1989 - 2015). This fund supports Student Affairs services and programs at UC Santa Barbara that support low-income, underserved, and first-generation college students and initiatives that promote student mental health and wellness.
ONLINE GIFTS TO STUDENT AFFAIRS HELPS STUDENTS TO:
* Conduct STEM and social science research with Academic Initiatives; receive free tutoring and academic support from
CLAS; plan their careers and internships with
Career Services; receive health care and maintain balance in their lives at Student Health Services and Counseling and Psychological Services; celebrate diversity, cultural dialogue, and artistic expression through the MultiCultural Center; support the award-winning student newspaper, the Daily Nexus; find community with 500+ registered student organizations, Greek Affairs and leadership training through the Office of Student Life; receive services for special needs and advocacy from the Disabled Students Program, Educational Opportunity Program for first-generation college students, and Women, Gender & Sexual Equity, including CARE advocacy and the Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity.
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Student Affairs Grants and Development
UC Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-5015
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Provide students with tutoring, exam preparation, assistance with writing papers, and other academic support
Assist students in selecting a major, choosing a career, and securing a job
Ensures equal access and adequate support for students with physical and learning disabilities as well as students living with serious illness
Offers academic, social, and cultural support for first-generation college students
Engages students in programming aimed at social justice, racial equality, and appreciation of cultures