Resources for Current Students
Welcome! We are committed to your success during your time here at Berkeley Public Health.
We offer support through various offices to all our students. Below is a list of many informative resources and links to help you navigate and improve your academic experience.
Our Career and Leadership Development office provides a full range of resources to support students and graduates at all points along their employment path, from their first days at Berkeley Public Health through their chosen career paths and beyond. We transform our students into leaders, particularly through our Center for Public Health Practice and Leadership as well as through opportunities with the school’s student government.
Our DREAM Office (Diversity Respect Equity Action Multiculturalism) aims to increase diversity in the public health workforce. We work to reduce barriers and to support those who attend our school to succeed during their time here; so they can enter the workforce to help high priority populations achieve better health.
Through these and other resources, including a Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Prevention Committee and an office of staff committed to your professional development, our goal is create a unique academic and practical experience for future generations of public health researchers and practitioners.
Resiliency and Mental Health
Berkeley Public Health recognizes that the coronavirus pandemic plus sheltering-in-place pose unprecedented challenges to all of us emotionally as well as physically. The Resiliency and Mental Health Team is reaching out to everyone in our SPH community to express our strong commitment to supporting you and building solidarity during this crisis. Visit this page to learn more about our resiliency initiatives and mental health resources.
The School of Public Health understands that every student has a preferred learning method and unique concerns posed by the coronavirus pandemic. Still, the move from in-person classes to remote learning means students need to develop new approaches to stay engaged and participate actively in their courses. Visit this page to discover tips and resources for adapting to the online instructional environment.
Marian Koshland Bioscience, Natural Resources and Public Health Library
The Marian Koshland Bioscience, Natural Resources and Public Health Library is open to the public with books, journals and more available for on-site use. The public health collection is particularly strong in many areas, including nutrition in health and disease, health administration, epidemiology, toxicology, occupational health, maternal and child health, biostatistics, communicable diseases, community health, environmental health, and global health. This library also collects materials in other subject areas, such as biology, natural resources, forestry, entomology, paleontology and more.
Our curriculum is designed for students to gain proficiency in their areas of study through breadth coursework. In addition, students may select elective courses in fields related to their particular interests.
For more information about course requirements, please go to the relevant program page.
For current graduate and undergraduate course information, please visit the UC Berkeley Online Schedule of Classes.
Forms and Links
- UC Berkeley Website
- Cal Dining
- Cal Housing
- Cal Photo ID
- Cal Rentals
- Campus Map
- Center for Student Conduct/Academic Honesty
- Class Pass
- Disabled Students’ Program
- Emergency Preparedness
- Financial Aid Office
- Fee Schedule
- General Catalog
- Graduate Division
- Graduate Financial Support
- Graduate Student Instructor Teaching and Resource Center
- Housing and Dining Services
- Parking and Transportation
- Schedule of Classes
- Sexual Violence Prevention and Response
- Student Calendar
- Summer Sessions
- Summer Financial Aid
- Summer Tele-BEARS
- Tax Information for Students
- UC Berkeley Police Department
- University Health Services
- Work-Study Program