Campus Community Centers
Campus Community Centers at UC San Diego build community among our diverse population of students, faculty and staff members. Each provides a forum to increase awareness of social issues, encourage dialogue, build community, improve retention, increase outreach and yield, and foster academic success.
An active advocate of recruitment and retention, the Black Resource Center works to enhance the Black experience on campus, cultivate community and develop leaders.
A holistic learning environment where programs, workshops, art exhibits and open dialogue take place, the Cross Cultural Center is a central hub for empowering and building community among students, faculty and staff.
A welcoming center to explore issues of gender identity, practice and politics, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Center is a public space to develop visibility and community at UC San Diego.
Working to create strong connections on campus and in the community, the Raza Resource Centro supports efforts to increase access and empower all to succeed at UC San Diego.
The UC San Diego Women's Center is a space in which people work collaboratively to foster the educational, professional and personal development of diverse groups of women.
Center Quarterly Reports
Center staff develop and implement programs and activities designed to enhance the student experience, support the recruitment, retention and academic success of students, improve cross-cultural understanding across campus through training and teaching, and create a safe space for critical thinking and self-reflection on current topics surrounding equity, diversity and inclusion.
The quarterly reports are organized into five programmatic foci:
- Academic Success and Co-Curricular Programs
- Inclusion, Community and Belonging
- Outreach, Yield and Retention
- Psychosocial Well-Being
- Teaching, Training and Consulting
The reports demonstrate the effort and dedication made by the VC-EDI Community Centers to build community and enhance climate at UC San Diego.