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Department Information and Services Available
College of Chemistry
Undergraduate Advising Center
121 Gilman Hall
(510) 664-5264
College of Engineering & Engineering Student Services
230 Bechtel Engineering Center
(510) 642-7594

College of Environmental Design
Office of Undergraduate Advising
250 Bauer Wurster Hall
(510) 642-4943

  • Advising Office : Monday-Friday, 10am-12pm; 1-4pm
  • New admits can also connect with current CED Admissions Ambassadors for building tours and conversations on the student experience.
  • Check out CED on Instagram for more exciting info on our programs!

College of Letters and Science

Office of Undergraduate Advising
156 Dwinelle Hall

Rausser College of Natural Resources

Rausser Student Resource Center
260 Mulford Hall
(510) 642-0542

Haas School of Business

Haas Undergraduate Program Office
S450 Student Services Building
(510) 642-1421

  • Open Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00AM – 4:00PM
    Wednesday 1:00PM – 4:00PM
    Closed for lunch 12:00PM – 1:00PM
  • Schedule an appointment with Haas Undergraduate Advisors
  • Visit the Haas Undergraduate website for more information about admissions, academics and student services.

Other Academic Programs

Department Information and Services Available

Berkeley Dual Degree Programs
360 Stephens Hall
(510) 664-7243

UC Berkeley Dual Degree Programs provide students the opportunity to pursue degrees from a choice of two different Universities: UC Berkeley and either Sciences Po in France or The University of Hong Kong. Each dual degree program awards two degrees, one from each university, in four years.

Berkeley Study Abroad
160 Stephens Hall
(510) 642-1356

Start planning early and you can make the most of your time at Berkeley! Explore programs for your major, fulfill breadth requirements, learn a language, or intern abroad. Berkeley Study Abroad advisers can help you find a summer, semester, or year-long program that fits into your academic plans. 
See our advising page for services and appointments. Financial aid and scholarships are available.

Want to study abroad your first year? Global Edge gives newly admitted Berkeley freshmen the Berkeley experience with a global perspective! Spend your summer at Berkeley then fall semester abroad in London! To register for the program, select Global Edge as your First Year Pathway option in your MAP@Berkeley account.

Berkeley Student Learning Center
César E. Chávez Student Center
(510) 642-7332
Facebook: UC Berkeley Student Learning Center

The Student Learning Center is the primary academic support unit on campus, with six discipline-specific academic programs and a rapidly expanding co-curriculum that spans from strategic learning seminars to peer facilitated workshops to contemporary fiction discussions. Staffed by 300 peer tutors and 24 professional learning specialists, the Center serves about 12,000 students–or 40% of the undergraduate population–in many of the gateway courses to some of Cal’s most impacted majors. Through services that promote collaborative intelligence and emphasize learning as a process, the Center supports Cal students in meeting the academic rigor of Cal and locating their voice and confidence as scholars.  

Berkeley Summer Bridge
133 César E. Chávez Student Center
(510) 643-9908
Facebook: UC Berkeley Summer Bridge Program

Summer Bridge is a six-week academic residential program designed to support entering freshmen in making a successful transition to Cal. Each cohort serves approximately 300 undergraduates from all over California and the world. Summer Bridge students take a full course load, enrolling in two academic courses and a mentorship program that helps them navigate the rigor of the research university. They also receive high-touch, high-quality academic support to further solidify their subject-matter confidence. The program takes a holistic approach to serving students, working to ensure they possess the skills, the mindset, and the connections necessary to Make the Golden Bear Leap to Success!

Berkeley Summer Sessions

1995 University Ave, Suite 130
(510) 642-5611

Make the most of your summer! Berkeley Summer Sessions offers more than 600 courses to help you stay on track or get ahead. Courses include online, evening, field study, intensive language classes, and courses that meet college requirements. You can also earn a Summer Minor in a variety of subjects over one or more summers.

Freshman Edge and Transfer Edge are Berkeley’s summer programs for students who have been admitted for the coming fall. Benefit from an early start on your Berkeley experience by taking online and/or campus-based courses that fulfill breadth, prerequisite, and major requirements during the summer. Get to know the campus and its many resources before fall rush, and connect with peers at special events and activities. Opt-in to the program via the associated task in CalCentral.

Evans Hall, 4th Floor
(510) 642-3813

Are you interested in a science, technology, engineering, or math major? Are you thinking of exploring a career in education? Why not do both? With CalTeach, in just four years you can: complete your STEM major, minor in Science and Math Education, and earn a California Teaching Credential.  Sign up for our introductory CalTeach course — UGIS 82: K-8 Teaching and Inquiry-based Design in the Science and Mathematics Classroom (two units) to get started!

  • Check out the CalTeach website to learn more about the program and schedule an advising appointment.
  • Feel free to visit our Student Resource Center (located at 30 Evans) to speak with one of our peer advisors.

Fall Program for First-Semester

1995 University Avenue, Suite 200 (Golden Bear Center)
Berkeley, CA 94704
(510) 643-0379

Fall Program for First-Semester (FPF) is a First Year Pathway for newly admitted students in the College of Letters & Science (excludes transfers or returning students) that want a small, collaborative learning community. Over its 40-year history, FPF has become a cornerstone experience for new students to support their entry to UCB, with small class sizes that allow for high-impact learning and proactive academic advising. Like other collegiate first-year programs, FPF equips students with a curated curriculum with thematic threads and a strong network of relationships among peers, advisors, and instructors. Below are all the ways that you can learn more about FPF.:


L&S First-Year Pathways

Evans Hall, 2nd Floor

L&S First-Year Pathways is an exciting new program for first-year undergraduate students at UC Berkeley. It consists of three courses — linked by a common theme — that you take in your first semester at Berkeley. Pathways provide:

  • Small Class Experience: An exciting small-class experience with a professor renowned in their field
  • Degree Progress: Progress through the L&S breadth requirements in a topic that interests you
  • New Friendships: A chance to make friends with other new students through shared personal interests