Centers and Offices at the UCSLP

Offices and Centers Description Location
Auxiliary Services Administrative Offices

Includes hospitality, dining, bookstore, campus card and Zipcar services. Here you will find the offices and support staff for the Auxiliary Services Executive Director, Director of Marketing and Director of Dining. (619) 260-8880

UC, Room 137
Campus Card Services

Responsible for administration of Campus Cash and meal plans and the distribution of Torero ID, gift and Alcala Advantage cards, as well as the administration of the Onity door lock system. (619) 260-5999

UC, Room 127
Black Student Resource Commons (BSRC)

The BSRC seeks to enhance and increase student success and retention, building community engagement, facilitating identity development and supporting students' college experience. Here at the BSRC we strive to support the academic, social and personal goals of all black students at the University of San Diego. (619) 260-4173

SLP, Room 410
Center for Health and Wellness Promotion (CWHP)

Helps empower students to make healthy choices regarding issues such as alcohol and drugs, weight management, nutrition, sexual assault prevention and tobacco cessation. Students may contact for free individual assessments and consultations, 12-step facilitation, support groups, peer education and referrals to on-campus and community resources. (619) 260-4618

UC, Room 161
Center for Student Success (CSS)

Provides students with the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a peer coach or professional staff to address academic and personal issues in a confidential setting. Coaches and professional staff are able to assist students with assessing and identifying presenting challenges, generating a Student Success Plan that includes academic and personal goals, developing academic skills, and connecting students with relevant resources on campus. (619) 260-5995

UC, Room 114
Outdoor Adventures

Offers USD and local community members a variety of services including equipment rentals and customized trips featuring activities such as hiking, kayaking, rock-climbing, canoeing, horseback riding and backpacking. (619) 260-4709

UC, Room 136
Office of Ethical Development and Restoratative Practices

Through the student conduct process, we work with students to gain greater insight into their choices and behaviors in order to provide a safe environment for the campus community, one that supports the academic mission and provides a productive living and learning environment. We strive to foster the personal development of students and emphasize the student's personal understanding of their behavior as well as their responsibilities to the community. (619) 260-4590

UC, Room 132
One-Stop Student Center

Where students can work with specially trained counselors who help them manage a variety of business transactions including financial aid, student accounts and registration. (619) 260-2700

UC, Room 126
Parking Services

Committed to supporting the USD's Mission Statement by creating a helpful and welcoming environment through the delivery of excellent service. (619) 260-4518

UC, Room 102
ITS Help Desk

Provides USD students and employees technical support by troubleshooting problems, repairing computers and maintaining the USD wireless network. ITS also provides Web e-mail services and student portal access through (619) 260-7900

UC, Room 117
U.S. Bank

The full-service U.S. Bank branch, which specializes in student accounts, if open for all banking needs. One may use their Torero Card as an ID card and ATM and debit card all in one. U.S. Bank ATM's are located on campus at the UC, Bert's Bistro and the Jenny Craig Pavilion. (619) 785-5972

UC, Room 125
Office of Student Affairs

Dedicated to helping students make the most of their college experience, this office offers many programs to facilitate involvement and to foster student development. Visitors will find the Vice President for Student Affairs, the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, the Assistant Vice President for Student Life, the Director of Resource Management for the division and several other staff and administrators who can assist students and help connect them to USD's programs, resources and services. (619) 260-4590

UC, Room 232
Military and Veteran's Center

This center serves as the dedicated site for our student Veterans to gather.  Responsible for the administration of all Veterans Administration education benefits processing.  Dedicated to making the educational experience second to none for our student Veterans and family members attending USD on a GI Bill allowance.  The Veterans Center has places for meetings and study, a TV lounge for relaxing, and provides a break room area for student use.  The center is managed by the Veteran Student Services Coordinator and houses the VA Certifying Official and VA student workers.   We are the central place for veterans resources, involvement, networking and the Student Veterans Organization. (619) 260-5945

UC, Room 225
University CentersScheduling, and University Center (UC) Ticket Office

University Centers' Operations Staff is responsible for the daily operation of the UCSLP. Scheduling staff coordinate the scheduling of campus events. The UC Ticket Office offers students the ability to purchase tickets for campus and community events including movies. In addition, transit passes and Southern California attraction tickets such as Sea World,Legoland and the zoo may be purchased. (619) 260-4796

UC, Room 205
University Ministry

Serves the spiritual and religious needs of the campus community. Throughout the academic year a variety of service opportunities, immersion trips, retreats, liturgies, faith sharing groups and sacramental preparation programs are offered, which allow students to explore all aspects of their lives and their faiths. University ministers are available to all USD community members for conversation, mentoring and pastoral counseling. (619) 260-4735

UC, Room 238
Information Desk We can help you get general information about programs and services on campus. (619) 260-8888 UC Level 2 Foyer
Associated Students (AS)

Dedicated to serving the students at USD. As the direct link between the administration and the students, AS helps discuss and resolve issues that are important to the student body. Visitors will find the offices of the President, the Chief of Staff and the Vice Presidents for Finance, Academics, Student Issues, Marketing, Programming, Student Organizations and Multicultural Relations. (619) 260-4715

SLP, Room 312
Creative Zone

A great place to work on publications for student organizations. Whether you need to develop a flyer, a poster or a banner, stop by for suggestions, materials and assistance! (619) 260-7910

SLP, Room 302
Center for Awareness, Service and Action (CASA)

Increases awareness of the local and global community through expanding and enriching service-learning opportunities. The center promotes cultural awareness and social consciousness. (619) 260-4206

SLP, Room 320
Changemaker HUB A key gathering space where students, faculty and staff can further explore social change through connecting with others. The space offers multiple opportunities to grow as a Changemaker, whether participating in the Changemaker Challenge, creating your own projects as a Changemaker Summer Fellow or by getting involved in a Changemaker-designated student club or organization. (619) 260-2798 SLP, Room 324
LGBTQ+ & Allies Commons

A gathering space for LGBTQ+ community members and allies to congregate and participate in community events along with the other Commons offices including the Black Student Resource Commons, United Front Multicultural Commons, and Women's Commons.

SLP , Room 418
Student Leadership, Involvement and Changemaking (SLIC)

The SLIC oversees the areas of student activities, leadership development, student organizations, Welcome Week, and Fraternity and Sorority Life. Through the SLIC, you may get connected to over 160 Student Organizations, Associated Students, Torero Program Board, and Fraternity and Sorority Life. The SLIC also provides resources for event planning and leadership trainings on how to better lead a group and affect change. The Creatvie Zone and Involvement Consultant staff can help with marketing, team building, event planning support, and involvement opportunities. And finally, for all Faculty/Staff/Administrator advisors, use SLIC's Advisor Resources to help enhance and enrich the student leader experience. (619) 260-4802

SLP, Level 3
Graduate and Law Student Commons

Fosters community among all graduate and law students. It is designed to promote collaborative programs that enrich graduate student life. The commons supports the goals of the graduate student associations, is a central source for information and serves as a liaison resources across campus. (619) 260-4305

SLP, Room 401

The Vista, Student Newspaper

The weekly student newspaper, which is published on Thursdays. This office oversees the writing, production, distribution and subscription processes for the newspaper. (619) 260-4714

SLP, Room 403B
United Front Multicultural Commons

Serves as an educational resource for the university community and will aid the university in developing a campus community that is culturally diverse and responsive to changing local, regional and national demographics. It works to contest the presence of prejudices and "-isms" at USD, while creating an overall inclusive environment. (619) 260-2395

SLP, Room 418
USD Radio

Serves as a platform for students, faculty and all other members of the university community to voice their creativity and opinions. It also provides practical experience for students interested in broadcast careers. (619) 260-7908

SLP, Room 402

The student-run television station provides community-relevant news and entertainment with its original programming. In addition, USDtv shows newly released movies and classics alike on its campus cable channel for resident students, faculty and staff to enjoy.

SLP, Room 403A
Women's Commons

Empowers women to become leaders in a diverse and changing world. It provides resources and engages women and men in educational dialogue about gender-related issues and advocates for a safe, supportive campus environment that creates equity among all voices. A nursing room for USD parents and their children is located in the center. (619) 260-2396

SLP, Room 420