Campus & Community Resources

Alianza
510-642-1802
http://stafforg.berkeley.edu/organizations/staff-organizations/alianza

 

Chicano Latino Staff Association Admissions
510-642-3175

 

American Cultures Program

 

Athletic Ticket Office
800-GO-BEARS

 

Berkeley Hope Scholars
510-664-7187

 

Billing and Payment Services
510-664-9181

 

Biology Scholars Program
510-643-1334

 

Blue & Gold Yearbook
yearbook.berkeley.edu
MLK, Jr. 1st Flr

 

bridges: MultiCultural Resource Center
MLK, Jr. 4th Flr
The bridges Multicultural Resource Center was established when five student-run and student-initiated organizations came together to form a collective to meet the needs of underrepresented students of color after passing of Proposition 209 in 1996.

 

Cal Performances Box Office
510-642-9988

 

CalTV
caltv.club
MLK, Jr. 1st Flr

 

Campus Operator
510-642-6000

 

Career Center
510-642-1716

 

Casa Joaquin Murrieta (CJM)
510-540-1984
http://greenlining.org/leadership-academy/programs/casa-residency
casa@greenlining.org
@CasaJoaquinUCB
Casa was founded in 1970 by Frente, a community self-help organization, that had the vision of building an institution devoted to expanding educational and career options, creating leadership development opportunities, increasing university student recruitment and retention, enhancing personal development, and developing pride through ownership. The 3 principal founders, Chicano students attending UC Berkeley, were Manuel R. Delgado, Robert J. Apodaca and John C. Gamboa.

 

Casa Magdalena Mora (CMM)
510-642-4108
http://reslife.berkeley.edu/academics/theme-programs/casa-magdalena-mora
Chicanx Latinx Living Learning Academic Theme Program

 

Casa Sin Fronteras
510-642-1802 c
asasinfronteras16@gmail.com
Undocu-Living and Learning House

 

Center for Latin American Studies
510-642-2088
http://clas.berkeley.edu/

 

Center for Latino Policy Research Center (CLPR)
510-642-6903
http://clpr.berkeley.edu/

 

EOP

 

Chicano Latino Student Development Office (CLSD)
510-642-1802
http://ejce.berkeley.edu/clsd/about

 

Chicano Latino Studies – Ethnic Studies Department
510-643-0796
http://ethnicstudies.berkeley.edu/areas-of-study/area/chicano-latino-studies
@UCB.ChicanoStudies
We are primarily interested in providing knowledge about Latina/o history, creative production, and liberation movements as well as in forging the critical analysis of modern colonial and neo-colonial racialized and patriarchal society. Our main focus is on the perspectives and historical experiences of Latina/os.

 

Ethnic Studies Library
510-643-1234
http://eslibrary.berkeley.edu/

 

Counseling & Psychological Services
510-642-9494
https://uhs.berkeley.edu/counseling decal.org

 

DeCal Course
http://www.decal.berkeley.edu
@decalprogram

 

Department of Spanish and Portuguese
510-642-0471
http://spanish-portuguese.berkeley.edu/

 

Disabled Student Program
510-642-0518
http://dsp.berkeley.edu

 

Financial Aid
510-66-9181

 

Food Pantry
510-525-2280
www.pantry.berkeley.edu
@UCBerkeleyFoodPantry

 

Gender Equity Resource Center
510-642-4788
http://ejce.berkeley.edu/geneq

 

Getting Into Graduate School (GIGS)
510-643-6010
http://diversity.berkeley.edu/programs-services/graduate/getting-graduate-school

 

Housing
510-642-4108

 

MARC Scholars Program
510-643-3866
http://marc.berkeley.edu

 

McNair’s Scholars Program
510-642-7935
http://aap.berkeley.edu/grad-school-prep/mcnair-scholars-program

 

Multicultural Community Center
510-642-6528

 

Night Escort Service
510-642-WALK

 

Night Safety Shuttle
510-64B-SAFE

 

Open Computing Facilities
MLR, Jr. 1st Flr

 

Parking Office
510-643-7701

 

Police (Non-Emergency)
510-642-6760

 

Public Service Center
510-642-3916
https://callink.berkeley.edu/organization/publicservicecenter
@publicservicecenter
Founded by students in 1967 as Cal Corps, the UC Berkeley Public Service Center partners with the community, student leaders and faculty to engage over 4,000 students each year as volunteers, and through jobs, internships, and courses. The UC Berkeley Public Service Center connects ideas, resources, and people to act for social justice, build healthy communities, and foster life-long commitments to public service.

 

Puente Program
510-664-9190
thepuenteproject@berkeley.edu

 

Queer Alliance Resource Center (Q.A.R.C.)
https://queer.berkeley.edu
@fight4queerandtransspaces
MLK, Jr. 4th Flr

 

Latinx Corner
A space and place where Chicanx and Latinx hangout out.  Northeast corner of the MLK building on upper Sproul.

 

ReUse Materials Exchange
https://reuse.berkeley.edu

 

Social Welfare Sin Fronteras
https://swsinfronteras.wordpress.com
@sswintercambio
A bi-national program that “provides (students with) a broader understanding of the dynamics and perspectives of Latino families, their informal helping networks and their communities;” He envisioned, “growing (a) corps of professionals who are specially knowledgeable, sensitive and capable . . . .” The first Intercambio trip was held in the summer of 1983.

 

STEM Center
510-642-5881
http://stem.berkeley.edu

 

Student Learning Center
510-642-7332

 

Student Parent Center
510-643-5729
http://studentparents.berkeley.edu

 

Study Abroad Program
510-642-1356

 

Suicide Prevention Hotline
800-273-8255

 

Transfer Center
510-642-4257

 

UC Berkeley Chicano Latino Alumni Association
http://www.ucbCLAA.org

 

Undergraduate Rsearch Apprentership Program
http://research.berkeley.edu/urap

 

Underground Scholars Initiatives
510-643-2226
http://undergroundscholars.berkeley.edu

 

Undocumented Student Program (USP)
510-642-7224
https://undocu.berkeley.edu

 

University Health Services
510-642-3333
https://uhs.berkeley.edu

 

Wellness Apparel Project
510-642-7224
http://eop.berkeley.edu/wellness/

BAHIA
510-524-7300
http://www.bahiainc.com

 

Cesar Chavez Foundation
http://www.chavezfoundation.org
@ChavezFoundation
Today, the Cesar Chavez Foundation, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization, offers working families programs and services that address important community issues, such as affordable housing, after school programming through our Si Se Puede Learning Center, and our Spirit, Mind and Body Senior Services Program.

 

Chiapas Support Committee Oakland
http://www.chiapas-support.org
@CSCzpatistas
Our mission is to provide the public with information about human rights in Mexico and to provide economic support to communities affected by human rights abuses.

 

Chicana Latina Foundation
650-548-1040
@ChicanaLatinaFoundation
To empower Chicanas/Latinas through personal, educational, and professional advancement.

 

Galeria de la Raza
http://www.galeriadelaraza.org
info@galeriadelaraza.org
@galeriadelaraza
Founded in 1970, the Galería is a non-profit community-based arts organization whose mission is to foster public awareness and appreciation of Chicano/Latino art and serve as a laboratory where artists can both explore contemporary issues in art, culture and civic society, and advance intercultural dialogue. To implement our mission, the Galería supports Latino artists in the visual, literary, media and performing art fields whose works explore new aesthetic possibilities for socially committed art.

 

Hermanos Unidos de SF
@HUSFSU
Hermanos Unidos places academic achievement at the forefront of its goals. Our organization is deeply committed to the educational success of its members, and we do our very best to motivate, empower and assist our members on their respective paths towards graduation and numerous other future endeavors.

 

Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley
408-216-7612
http://www.hfsv.org
@HispanicFoundationSV

 

Hispanic Scholarship Foundation
https://www.hsf.net

 

Hispanics in Phlanthropy
https://hiponline.org

 

Institute Famila de la Raza in San Francisco
http://ifrsf.org

 

Latinas in STEM
http://www.latinasinstem.com
@LatinasinSTEM

 

Latino Community Foundation
https://latinocf.org

 

LULAC
http://lulac.org

 

MALDEF
http://maldef.org 

 

Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social (MALCS)
http://malcs.org
@mujeresactivas.malcs Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social (MALCS, Women Active in Letters and Social Change) is an organization of Chicanas/ Latinas and Native American women working in academia and in community settings with a common goal: to work toward the support, education and dissemination of Chicana/ Latina and Native American women’s issues.

 

Mujeres Unidas y Activas (MUA)
http://www.mujeresunidas.net
@MujeresUnidasYActivas
A grassroots organization of Latina immigrant women with a dual mission of personal transformation and community power. Creating an environment of understanding and confidentiality, MUA empowers and educates our members through mutual support and training to be leaders in their own lives and in the community. Working with diverse allies, MUA promotes unity and civic-political participation to achieve social justice.

 

National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS)
http://www.naccs.org

 

Perucano Institute

 

Rising Scholars Academy (RSA)
http://www.risingscholarsacademy.org
info@risingscholarsacademy.org
@risingscholarsacademyca
The Rising Scholars Academy was founded by two Cal Alumni and serves the Chicanx Latinx Community.  RSA’s primary goal is to empower youth by allowing students to experience life at Cal.

 

RYSE Center
https://rysecenter.org/
info@rysecenter.org
RYSEYOUTHCENTER

 

The Citizens Foundation
https://www.tcfusa.org

 

The Greenlining Institute
510-926-4001
http://www.greenlining.org
info@greenlining.org
@Greenlining
Greenlining is the solution to redlining. We advance economic opportunity and empowerment for people of color through advocacy, community and coalition building, research, and leadership development.

 

The Unity Council
https://unitycouncil.org

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