Most new transfers have trouble adjusting from community college to UCSB.
The faster pace, larger and harder classes and demanding workload can be stressful.
Furthermore, the uncertainty of what do after graduation can be a cause of concern.

Fortunately UCSB offers two great services: CLAS and UCSB Career Services offer solutions to all these problems.

CLAS( Campus Learning Assistance Services)

    • Provides academic services to over 7000 UCSB students per year
    • Staffed by Program Coordinators, Learning Skills Counselors, Instructors, and over 160 graduate and undergraduate Tutors and Peers
    • Located in Student Resource Building, Room 3240

  • Overview of CLAS Services
    • Tutorial Groups
    • Drop-In Tutoring
    • Academic and Skill Workshops
    • Individual Appointments
  • Four Different Types of Services
  1. Writing, ESL, and Foreign Language Program
  2. Math and Science
  3. Economic and Accounting Program
  4. Academic Skills and Individual Appointments
==Hours and Location==

Student Resource Building, Room 3210
Office Hours, Fall → Spring
9:00 am - 10:00 pm Monday-Thursday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm Friday Summer Hours
9:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday-Friday

For current drop-in hours, please visit the CLAS Schedules page

Career Services
  • Helps students and recent UCSB graduates indentify and fulfill their career goals
  • Provides comprehensive resources, programs, and counseling on career development, internships, employment, and graduate school information

  • Services for Students
    • GuachoLink- Official site for jobs, internships, and campus interviews. In addition, it serves as a gateway to subscription services that are free for UCSB student
    • Career Planning- Choosing a major, choosing a career, researching a career and getting involved
    • Internships- Help researching and locating internships
    • Job Search - Resume building skills, mock interviews, researching employment oppurtunities
    • Graduate School- Choosing graduate program, applying techniques, alternative options

Contact Information:
UCSB Building 559 or online at:

Designed by: Alexsandr Borkin. Eric Bergman, Yume Niimura, and Farah Obied