Wellness at Boalt
Berkeley Law is committed to the success and well-being of our students. Berkeley Law and the greater Berkeley campus contain a number of departments and resources dedicated to providing support and guidance to students both personally and academically.
Not sure where to start? Contact the Office of Student Services at (510) 643-2744 or Boalt's dedicated Psychologist, Dr. Linda Zaruba at (510) 643-5447 | <email@example.com>.
The Tang Center
Counseling and Psychological Services: (510) 642-9494
Urgent Care Medical Services: (510) 642-3188
Disabled Students Program
(510) 642-0518 | dsp.berkeley.edu
Services include accommodations, academic and financial advising, assistive technology, access services, and the TRIO program.
Gender Equity Resource Center
(510) 642-5730 | geneq.berkeley.edu
Resources regarding sexual assault, relationship violence, hate crimes, and bias-related incidents, particularly for women and the LGBT community. GenEq can also discuss the steps to obtain a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO).
Emergencies: (510) 642-3333
Non-Emergencies: (510) 642-6760
Student Ombuds Office
(510) 642-5754 | campus.berkeley.edu/ombuds
Confidential sounding board to help identify possible next steps regarding campus-related conflicts or concerns. Coaching, referrals and mediation services also available.
Short Term Emergency LoansUC Berkeley Financial Aid and Scholarships Office
(510) 642-0470 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Emergency Loan Website
Emergency living expense loans are available to eligible registered students; the maximum amount is $775.Berkeley Law Financial Aid Office
The Berkeley Law Emergency Loan is available on a limited basis to law students who have exhausted all others sources of emergency, short term funding. Please see the Assistant Dean of Financial Aid for further information.
Student Legal Services
(510) 642-3916 | http://campuslife.berkeley.edu/legal
The Attorney for Students advices currently registered Cal students regarding their legal questions, rights and obligations. A student legal consultation might include (but is not limited to) issues related to: landlord-tenant disputes, citations for a criminal infraction or misdemeanor, filing an action in California Small Claims Court, questions related to debt and/or collection actions, issues arising from a car accident or auto insurance, or questions about family law. Student Legal Services provides counsel and guidance only, and does not represent or advocate for individual students with regard to their potential legal claims or disputes.