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Emergency Resources for Academic Advisors

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Academic advisors, see emergency resources you can provide to students who share personal information with you, or express frustration and anger. Call on these resources for assistance, or refer students to them.

UCSD Police Department

Police services include:

  • Community alerts
  • Copies of police reports
  • Crime prevention and reporting
  • Good conduct letters
  • Safety escorts
  • Workplace violence education and prevention

    For more information, see Police Services.

Disciplinary offices

Contact the appropriate college or the Graduate Division about disciplinary matters:

  • Thurgood Marshall College Dean of Student Affairs
    Wendy Bashant, (858) 534-4397
  • Muir College Dean of Student Affairs
    Patricia Mahaffey, (858) 534-3587
  • Revelle College Dean of Student Affairs
    Sherry Mallory, (858) 534-3492
  • Eleanor Roosevelt Dean of Student Affairs
    Patricia Scott, (858) 534-2237
  • Sixth College Dean of Student Affairs
    Diane LeGree, (858) 822-5966
  • Earl Warren College Dean of Student Affairs
    Paul DeWine, (858) 534-4731
  • Graduate Division Assistant Dean Graduate Student Affairs
    April Bjornsen, (858) 534-3550

Environment, Health and Safety (EH&S)

EH&S offers:

  • Emergency preparedness training
  • Risk management programs
  • Safety training
  • Ergonomic awareness
  • Research safety tips

    For more information, see Environment, Health & Safety.

Faculty/ Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)

Workshops and staff education courses on topics such as:

International Students and Programs Office (ISPO)

ISPO provides comprehensive advising and information regarding the following international student issues:

Office for the Prevention of Harassment & Discrimination (OPHD)

OPHD provides:

Ombuds Office

The Ombuds Office assists by:

  • Providing confidential, neutral, and informal dispute resolution for the UCSD community
  • Facilitating communication and assisting parties in reaching mutually acceptable agreements
  • Reporting general trends on issues and providing feedback
  • Advocating systems change when appropriate without disclosing confidential communications
  • Operating independently of ordinary line and staff structures

    For more information, see Office of the Ombuds.

Counseling and Psychological Services

Promotes students' personal, social, and emotional growth through:

  • Short-term counseling for individuals and groups
  • Psychoeducational workshops
  • Referral services
  • Crisis intervention
  • Preventive outreach and consultation services to the UCSD community

    For more information, see Counseling and Psychological Services.

Director of Student Conduct

For student-related conduct matters, contact Director Ben White, Office of Student Conduct, (858) 534-6225.
For more information, please contact ODaPA at