May 22 panel on community healing


Join us for another Resilient Love in a Time of Hate series event. In memory of the Isla Vista Tragedy, a panel of speakers will discuss the ways in which the Isla Vista and UCSB community come together and engage in collective healing.

Read More

Syrian musician Omar Souleyman to perform free show on May 15

30. Omar SouleymanThumb

Omar Souleyman, former Syrian wedding-singer and now indie EDM star, will perform a free show with an opening by UCSB's Middle East Ensemble. The concert will also serve as a forum to raise awareness of the evolving humanitarian crisis in Syria and offer a space for attendees to participate in relief efforts.

Read More

MCC talk on democracy and racial regimes on May 9

28. DemocracyThumb

As part of the UCSB Multicultural Center's Race Matters Series, Dr. Michael Hanchard will speak about the role democracy has played throughout history in the formation and shaping of racial regimes and ethno-national regimes in the MCC Lounge on Tuesday, May 9, at 6 p.m.

Read More

Make your voice heard! Campus voting closes today


Today is your last chance to make your voice heard in the campus elections! Casting a ballot takes just a few minutes, and we need at least 20% participation from grad students to validate the election results, so be sure to vote today by 4 p.m.!

Read More

GSA expands eligibility for Childcare Grant


Are you a graduate student parent with childcare expenses? Then be sure to check out the updated eligibility requirements for the Graduate Student Association's Childcare Grant, which have been expanded to give more graduate students access to the grant.

Read More

Openings in CAPS graduate student process groups

CAPS thumbnail

Did you know that UCSB's Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) offers support just for graduate students? There are a few open spots in their graduate student process groups and continued drop-in support space for graduate students of African heritage.

Read More