Campus Resources

There are many offices on campus that help us support military-connected students in different ways. Click the descriptions below to visit individual resource websites.

Admissions

Admissions is here to help you get your questions answered, whether they are about qualifying, transferring, applying, enrolling or attending the University of San Diego. We recommend you take a tour, on campus or virtually, explore different majors and departments, attend an event and give us a call any time.

Undergraduate: Manchester Hall

(619) 260-4506

admissions@sandiego.edu

 

Graduate: Manchester Hall, Suite 205

(619) 260-4524

grads@sandiego.edu

 

 

Career Development Center

Hughes Center 110

(619) 260-4654

The Career Development Center supports and guides students to develop and achieve career goals that lead to meaningful lives. This site provides resources to assist students and connect them with employers. They provide one to one advising and host events such as the Torero Talent Job and Career Fair

One Stop Student Center

Hahn University Center, Room 126

(619) 260-2700

The One Stop Student Center is here to answer your Financial Aid, Student Accounts, and Registration questions;One Stop counselors will guide you one-on-one through the sometimes complex transactions of the financial aid, registrar, and student accounts offices with expertise, compassion, and a positive attitude;Services are also available online on the One Stop Services tab of your MySanDiego portal which is available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Disability Services

Serra Hall, Room 300

(619) 260-4655

The Disability and Learning Difference Resource Center is committed to helping students obtain meaningful academic accommodations and support and to help improve access to the many excellent programs and activities offered by the University. Their services include evaluating disability documentation, arranging academic accommodations and providing disability management/counseling to students with disabilities.

Student Health Center

Maher Hall, Room 140

(619) 260-4595

The Student Health Center provides medical care, support and education for USD Students. The Student Health Center can help with referrals to VA and military health services.

Health and Wellness Promotion

Hahn University Center, Room 161

(619) 260-4618

chwp@sandiego.edu

The Center for Health and Wellness Promotion (CHWP) provides support, education and services to promote balance and total wellness for students. The CHWP strives to increase students’ knowledge, facilitate their motivation to change unhealthy behaviors, and support those striving for optimal wellness. The Center for Health and Wellness Promotion offers individual alcohol and other drug clinical consultations and assessments, education, 12-step facilitation and support, peer education and community referrals.

Counseling Center

Serra Hall, Room 300

(619) 260-4655

The Counseling Center provides free, confidential, counseling services to enrolled students.  Appointments can be scheduled in person or by phone.  In the event of a mental health emergency, please come directly to the Counseling Center during office hours, or after hours contact the counselor on call via Public Safety at (619) 260-2222, or call the San Diego 24-hour Crisis Hotline at (800) 479-3339.

USD School of Law

USD School of Law is pleased to continue its participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program, a provision of the Post 9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008. Please visit their website for more information. 

Professional and Continuing Education

University of San Diego’s Professional and Continuing Education seeks to make programs available for those who have served our country. Through PCE, veterans are able to advance or change their careers with participation in approved certificate programs.

School of Engineering

If you are considering The Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering, please visit their page with information specifically for prospective military-connected students. Then you can schedule an advisement appointment and get some answers to  some of your questions.

Veterans Legal Clinic

Barcelona Suite 305

(619) 260-7470.

We represent veterans who find themselves in a dispute with a for-profit education company over the use of GI Bill funds or related education loans.  The Veterans Legal Clinic can help by providing free legal advice, identifying potential claims and even representing veterans in litigation, arbitration and other forms of dispute resolution with for-profit education companies.

We also offer free assistance navigating VA disability claims appeals and represent veterans applying for a correct characterization of their military service discharge in order to receive the benefits, respect and honor they deserve.