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Information & Resources

UC San Diego and John Muir College have a variety of resources for students.  Below, you'll find a selection of those resources and more information about connecting with them.  We offer programs for you to engage with your faculty (including graduate student teaching assistants), information for commuter students, transfer students, international students, out-of-state students, and more! hallway

Faculty Engagement

NOTICE: The Dine-with-a-Prof and Coffee-with-a-Prof programs are suspended indefinitely for Academic Year 2020 - 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic. 

 

 

Dine-with-a-Prof

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The Dine-with-a-Prof program allows students the opportunity to take a professor or graduate student TA our for lunch on us!  The program is available to students once a quarter and on a first come, first serve basis.  Before signing up, students should talk to their professor or graduate teaching assistant to pick a date and a location.  After that, stop by the Student Affairs Office in H&SS 2126 to sign up and retrieve your voucher!

More information can be found here.

Coffee-with-a-Prof

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The Coffee-with-a-Prof program allows students the opportunity to take a professor or graduate student TA our for coffee on us!  The program is available to students twice a quarter and on a first come, first serve basis.  Before signing up, students should talk to their professor or graduate teaching assistant to pick a date and a location.  After that, stop by the Student Affairs Office in H&SS 2126 to sign up and retrieve your voucher!

More information can be found here.

Transfer Experience

Transfer students make up a large portion of the UC San Diego population. Both UCSD and Muir College offer a broad spectrum of services and programs to involve students in educational opportunities both in and outside the classroom. In addition, the Muir Dean of Student Affairs' staff is available to assist in a variety of ways to ensure a quality educational experience.

We have more information available for our students and an organization, Tribe of Muir Transfers, that focus on programming for and engaging transfer students!  Take a look at their Facebook page to learn more!

Commuter Services

Even if you live off campus and commute to campus, you're still an integral part of the John Muir College community and a valued Muiron.  The Muir College Commuter Council (M3C) is a student organization that exists to help commuters connect with campus.  Take a look at the Commuter Council Facebook page to learn more about them or find out more information from the college!

Transportation Services offers a lot of information about commuting to campus and if you're looking for a new place to live off campus, there's a website to help you with Off-Campus Housing Services.

International & Out-of-State Student Resources

There are staff shared between the colleges that work together to develop programs and events geared towards our International and Out-of-State students.  They're very active throughout the year and offer opportunities to connect with other international and out-of-state students.

Take a look at their website to learn more!

Campus-Wide Resources

UC San Diego has a lot of resources for students from Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) to the Financial Aid Office and Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD).  Follow this link for a list of resources available throughout campus.  A more comprehensive list will be coming soon!

Student Assistance & Support

College is hard enough, but sometimes life happens and makes things even more challenging.  The Dean of Student Affairs is there to support and assist you in your time of need.  Your Dean can assist with any of the following types of issues:

  • Personal emergency (i.e. death in the family)
  • Illness or medical issues
  • Food or housing instability
  • Access to health care, including mental health services

For example, if you experience a personal emergency, we can contact your instructors on your behalf and connect you to both campus and community resources.

If this is a life threatening emergency or if anyone is in immediate danger, please call 911.

For assistance, please complete the below form:

We will follow up with you within 2 business days of your submission. If you need more immediate assistance, please contact the Dean of Student Affairs Office at (858) 534-3587.  We can also be reached via email.