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Student Resources For You

We’re here to help you navigate all that Marshall College and UC San Diego have to offer. General information is listed here. You can also ask our Student Affairs staff directly, who will provide all the details you need.

Living Well

Thurgood Marshall College and UC San Diego offer multiple services and programs to help students manage all aspects of personal wellness.

On-Campus Resources

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) provides individual, couple, group, and family psychotherapy to registered UC San Diego students. You may seek counseling for a variety of issues, such as: 

  • adjusting to college
  • depression 
  • sexual identity
  • relationship problems
  • stress management
  • eating disorders
  • test anxiety
  • alcohol or substance use

Online, you can find a list of CAPS staff members containing information about education, clinical specialties, affiliations, and office locations. When making an appointment, you may request a specific therapist on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity or location, but it may mean a longer wait until an appointment becomes available.

To schedule a no-cost, confidential appointment with CAPS, call (858) 534-3755 or visit:

UC San Diego Wellness Center is a holistic, interdisciplinary approach to student wellness providing services that address the physical, intellectual, spiritual and emotional needs of students. For mor information, visit the UC San Diego Student Health & Well-being website. 

Know a student having a hard time?

Have you noticed:

  • Concerning eating habits or sleep patterns?
  • Increased worry, irritability, or agitation?
  • Increased sadness, mood swings, or hopelessness?
  • Increased alcohol or substance use?

If so, let someone know.  Talk to an RA, a Marshall College Staff Member, or contact CAPS.

More helpful resources

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Campus Safety

Links to:

CSO Escort




Student Activism

Check out some resources on Student Activism!

Community Resources

There are many ways for our diverse student population to connect and find support within the UC San Diego community.

Questions? Contact us.