Discover All That UCR Has to Offer You

Think of APSP as your first stop in discovering all the resources that UCR has to offer. Consider a major or minor in Asian American Studies. Find research materials you need at the Tomas Rivera Library. Get healthy in mind, body, and spirit at The WELL. Discover careers in your major at the Career Center. Whatever you need, we can help you find it.

Areas of Study

Make the study of your heritage part of your degree. Consider majoring in one of the following academic programs offered by UCR:

APSP students

General UCR Resources

Find out about UCR’s cultural events, extensive libraries, botanic gardens, recreation options, concerts, and so much more at

If you struggle with classes and grades, don’t get frustrated. Get help to succeed in your classes.

Access resources, advocacy and educational programming related to issues of sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking. 
Take care of your medical, vision, dental care and prescription needs right here on campus.

Use a campus map to find your way around UCR’s 1,200 acre campus.

Known as "the yellow shirts," these volunteers will escort you anywhere on campus, Sunday through Thursday, from dusk until midnight.
Find careers in your major, search for a job or internship, learn more about grad school, create a resume, and so much more.

You’re not alone at UCR. Get help with the struggles you face. Individual, couple and group therapy sessions are available.

Serves as a student advocate while providing programs, services and resources for fun, health, and support.
Discover all of your dining options. From retail restaurants to residential food courts and handy convenience stores, you’ll find something on campus to satisfy your hunger.



Access UCR’s most popular services in one convenient location, on the ground floor of the Student Services Building.

Find out about housing options, move-in dates, resident handbooks and more.
If you are an international student, or want to study abroad, check out the world of services offered at the IEC.
Get involved, join a student organization or attend a concert to see what Student Life has to offer.
Lift weights, pump up your cardio, take a fitness class, play racquetball, join an intramural team and more.
If you have a disability, are a military veteran or dependent, or want to register to vote, this office has services for you.

If you are a transfer student, stop by to study, use a computer, talk to a counselor, hang out, or relax.

Find resources and support on a variety of health topics, including nutrition, stress and sexuality.