RCSGD Resources

The RCSGD has a QTBIPOC Empowerment Coordinator that hosts weekly Empowerment Hours for QTBIPOC students.

QTBIPOC Empowerment Hours is a space intentionally for QTBIPOC to exist, rest, rejuvenate, and come together as a community to thrive individually and collectively.

These weekly spaces take place every Monday from 6:00pm - 8:00pm in the RCSGD Lounge.

For more information, email QTpoc@sa.ucsb.edu

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On-Campus Resources

At UC Santa Barbara, https://uss.sa.ucsb.edu/ (USS) is committed to fostering a safe, nurturing, and supportive environment for prospective and current undocumented students, students with mixed-immigration status families, and students from refugee backgrounds. Our office is located in the EOP Suite, on the second floor of the Student Resource Building (SRB).

 USS Instagram

The Monarch Lounge, located next to CAPS and Career Services, is the undocumented student resource center on campus. The space is open to students and organizations for study purposes, events, meetings, etc.

To see or book the space, contact USS 

The Monarch Opportunity Scholarship (MOS) is a program created by the Undocumented Student Services of UCSB to provide undocumented students professional development opportunities through paid internships regardless of their legal status. Students who participate in MOS students gain relevant and professional experiences that will help them develop and improve their social, academic, and professional skills.

Undocumented Student Support Group is an Empowerment Circle for undocumented students coordinated by Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Undocumented Student Services (USS).

The University of California Immigrant Legal Services Center serves the immigration-related legal needs of undocumented and immigrant students in the UC system.

Operating out of UC Davis School of Law, the groundbreaking program reaches out to students across various UC campuses–including UC Santa Barbara–to provide, free of charge, legal assistance. Students and their extended families can have access to an immigration lawyer free of charge!

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ONDAS Student Center at UCSB promotes the success and retention of first-generation college students with an emphasis on the first year transition and underrepresented student experience. We provide mentoring and academic support in a learning-centered space for students to connect with faculty, staff, and peers in order to grow personally and excel academically.

Location: Kerr Hall 1150

 ONDAS Website

 ONDAS Instagram

Student Organizations

LGBTQIA+ Undocumented Student Organizations

Currently, there isn’t currently an LGBTQIA+ undocumented student
organization, but if you are interested in restarting UndocuQT.   

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Other Undocumented Student Organizations

At UCSB, there are a variety of Indigenous Student  Organizations.
Visit the USS website to learn more.

Undocumented Student Organizations