Office of Student Conduct
The Office of Student Conduct strives to maintain the integrity of the academic and co-curricular experience for all students and to ensure campus safety and security through the investigation and adjudication of University policy violations. This office is charged with assisting students in understanding the fundamentals of academic integrity and the rules and policies that govern behavior on campus. This office also houses a Hate Incident Reporting System and employs a Hate Incident Response Coordinator, who serves at the campus reporting point, and can work with the victim(s) in coordinating a response.
Title IX & Sexual Harassment Policy Compliance Office
The Office of Equal Opportunity & Sexual Harassment / Title IX Compliance (OEOSH/TC) is composed of two departments that are responsible for the University's compliance with federal and state laws and University policies and procedures regarding issues of discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment and sexual violence involving students, staff, and faculty.
- Guide and resources for impacted students
- TA Guide for responding to student sexual violence and sexual harassment
- Guide for TA's, Supporting LGBTQ students in the classroom
- Policy description for graduate TA's
- Information for student responders
- SVSH resources and information
- What is sexual harassment?
- Overview of violation procedure flowchart
Interdisciplinary Humanities Center
The IHC supports interdisciplinary research and public programs that advance knowledge about human experience in social, historical, and cultural contexts. Its collaborative programs in community engagement demonstrate the ways in which the humanities provide tools that reinforce the values of a democratic society.
Office of Student Life (OSL)
The home to registered campus organizations and student leadership development programs, OSL hosts a variety of special initiatives including After Dark Late Night Social Programs, CommUnity Grants, and Student-Initiated Outreach Programs.
Need a new passport? The Rec Cen Customer Service Center is an authorized US Government Passport Acceptance Facility. You can avoid the hassles and long lines at the Post Office by making an appointment with us!
Recreation Center (Rec Cen)
The Department of Recreation’s facility known as “Rec Cen” offers a variety of fitness and activity spaces such as a cardio and strength equipment, Climbing Wall, Multi-Activity Court, two swimming pools, racquetball and squash courts, soccer fields, pottery studio and more! Check out their group fitness and cycling classes taught by certified instructors. Challenge yourself in classes such as Cardio Kickboxing, H.I.T.T., Pump + Abs, Cycle Circuit, Endurance Ride and more! Purchase a Group Fitness Pass to participate in any classes on the Fitness schedule or enroll in a Group Cycling class.
UCSB Intramural Sports offers sports and leagues through the Department of Recreation each quarter. Complete against fellow students for an Intramural Championship. Beginner and advanced participants are welcome to play!
UCSB Sport Clubs are offered through the Department of Recreation and are comprised of student organizations that focus on a particular sport. Clubs compete against other universities both locally and nationally. These clubs have a set game schedule and practice regularly. Examples of Sport Clubs at UCSB include Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Rowing, Rugby, Sailing, Soccer, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Water Polo, and many more!
The UCSB Adventure Programs offered through the Department of Recreation improves campus and community lives by providing educational and recreational experiences through wilderness trips, outdoor recreation classes, ropes courses, and climbing programs.
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