Community-Specific Concerns

Concerns for campus communities that may be underrepresented or marginalized. Please click on a topic category below to begin.


First-gen, low-income, transfer, & non-traditional students

Resources are available to support historically and systemically marginalized students and historically underserved students, including first-generation and low-income students; transfer students; veterans; formerly incarcerated students; current and former foster youth; and undergraduates 25 years of age and older.

International communities

Information and support is available for the international communities of UC Berkeley.

LGBTQ+ communities

Services, resources, and community support are available to LGBTQ+ staff, faculty and academic appointees, postdocs, and students.

Marginalized & underrepresented communities

Starting points for students and employees from marginalized or underrepresented communities to find community and support for concerns.

People with disabilities

Students and employees with disabilities have the right to request reasonable accommodation and services.

Religious & spiritual communities

UC Berkeley welcomes students and employees of many cultures, faith backgrounds, and beliefs. Resources and community spaces are available for many religious, faith-based, and cultural communities on campus.

Undocumented communities

The University of California welcomes and supports all individuals without regard to their immigration status. Resources are available to undocumented members of our community.