Getting involved in student organizations, undergraduate research, education abroad, community service, and leadership programshave been shown to benefit students such as; forming a greater connection to campus and faculty, earn higher grades, are more likely to graduate on time, and are more prepared for the workforce or grad school. Involvement also helps you build connections to other students, your community, and future employers.
R'Courses at UCR are discussion classes created and taught by students to other students. They can be taken as electives
- Clubs and Student Organization
- Greek Life
- Academic Internships (UCDC/UCCS)
The University of California, Washington D. C. (UCDC) and University of California, Sacramento (UCCS) programs are designed to let students live and do internships in the state and nation's capitals.
- Undergraduate Research
- Education Abroad
- Community Service
- Leadership programs
Here are some great resources to help you out with your academic needs. From all of the resources at UCR Library, tutoring assistance with the ARC, online learning support from the Keep Learning website, and finding accessibility assistance for all of your classes.
Find information about funding your education through the Office of Financial Aid (student loans, grants, and scholarships), or where to make payments and get refunds through Student Business Services.
As a Tier 1 Research University, UCR has plenty of research opportunities for undergraduates and grad students in any discipline or major.
Find other ways to get involved on campus with arts and culture, theatre and dance, UCR's own radio station (KUCR), UCR Botanic Gardens, campus athletics, and activities through ethnic and gender programs.
Find resources to help keep you safe on campus or where to report a crime or other form of misconduct.
Introduction to UCR ITS
Health & Wellness Services
How to: Self-Record
How to: Video Calls
How to: Boost Your Mental Health