Academic and Career Support
Finding the right path to success is never easy, which is why USD has a host of services specifically designed to support your academic and career development. Whether you’re looking for job advice, searching for that perfect internship opportunity or need help managing your class schedule, you’ll have access to the people and programs that can help you reach your full potential in and out of the classroom.
Career Services promotes the professional development of students and alumni, providing personalized career counseling and services, and building productive partnerships that create career opportunities.
The Office of International Students and Scholars seeks to provide the most comprehensive and timely service possible in the area of immigration for our international community here at the University. We are also committed to helping our international students and scholars make the most out of their education and stay at USD.
One Stop Student Center
The One Stop Student Center welcomes all students who need assistance with their registration, student account, or financial aid.
Student Employment Center
The Student Employment Center (SEC) assists University of San Diego students seeking part-time employment on or off campus. Over 500 students are employed on campus under the Federal Work-Study/College Work Opportunity Program. Other students are employed on campus as Casual Workers by the departments in which they work. There are also USD students who choose to work off campus in positions posted by local employers through the USD Job Location and Development Program in the Student Employment Center.
Academic Technology Services (ATS) is an integral part of the Information Technology Services (ITS) service organization. Through ATS, students have access to: Computing Labs where student can check-out a laptop, Desktop Support Services for students to call and request help regarding their computers, Instructional Media Services such as production of video or digitization of video, and Web Services where students can request help creating a website for student organization.
Professional staff and peer advisors in the Center for Student Success are available to meet with any undergraduate student experiencing challenges at USD that impact academic performance and persistence.
To reach the Center for Student Success, call (619) 260-5995.
Click here to learn about Tutoring Centers at USD.