Need help? Berkeley has many resources available to assist.
Licensed psychologist Christine Zhou of University Health Services holds office hours in the College of Engineering. She can help you address any personal concerns that are causing you stress. To schedule a free and confidential consultation, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 643-7850.
UC Police – emergencies and security issues
911, or 642-3333.
WarnMe is UC Berkeley’s emergency alerting and warning service for students, staff, and faculty. You choose the best ways to reach you – phone, text message, or email.
EH&S (Environment, Health and Safety) – chemicals, spills, hazards
Bioengineering Safety Coordinator – Jennifer Teverbaugh
Codes of Conduct
Gender and diversity resources
The Bioengineering Program welcomes students of all backgrounds and orientations; we believe in fostering an environment of respect and cooperation. Your Bioengineering program staff and graduate advisers are available to offer help and advice whenever you are in need. In addition, campus offers many resources to assist:
UC Systemwide Intolerance Reporting Form, you may file a report anonymously or by name.
You may also choose to file a report with UCPD in 1 Sproul Hall (510) 642-6760 (non-emergency) if you experience or observe a Hate Crime.
UC Berkeley maintains the stophate.berkeley.edu website where you will find campus information and resources.
Sexual harassment and violence support and education
The University of California and the Department of Bioengineering are committed to creating and maintaining a community where all individuals who participate in University programs and activities can work and learn together in an environment free of harassment, exploitation, or intimidation. Every member of the community should be aware that the University prohibits sexual harassment and sexual violence, and that such behavior violates both law and University policy.
We are dedicated to preventing and addressing sexual harassment and sexual violence. Find resources for everyone at the survivor support center.
The primary resource on scholarships and financial aid for UC Berkeley students is the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office.
More resources on private scholarships are available online, such as at Engineering Degree.
We suggest students always independently verify information from off-campus resources, which may or may not be up-to-date.