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Triton Family Web Series Parent & Family Programs

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Join us for our year-long Triton Family Web Series, where families can learn about timely topics that support students and families.

Acknowledging that students have different needs, the web series will be identified by track: (1) All; (2) Seniors; (3) Juniors; (4) Sophomores; (5) First-Generation: (students who are first to go to college).

Winter Quarter 2022

Find Your Celebration Track: Seniors

Your student's senior year is coming to an end, and UC San Diego is set to celebrate your student's accomplishments in a multitude of ways! Professionals from our campus community resource centers will talk about their special commencement ceremonies, the importance of community ceremonies, and how you and your student can participate.

Home Away from Home: Navigating On- & Off- Campus Housing
Track: All

Whether your student is planning to live on or off campus, the process of finding a place to live can be challenging. This session will cover everything from applying for campus housing, hunting for off-campus apartments, navigating housing contracts, and commuter resources.

Panelists Include:
Christopher Dayss, Associate Director of Housing Administration
Jon Carlos Senour, Director of Student Legal Services
Kameo Quenga, Basic Needs Housing & Education Coordinator
Marissa Islas, Basic Needs Housing & Education Assistant


Why Mentors, Communities, and Campus Involvement Matter Track: All

Wednesday April 13th, 2022

6 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.

Your student can't do college alone—and they don't have to. A panel of students will share how identifying mentors, being in a community, and getting involved on campus are just as important—maybe even more so—as getting the best grade in class.

Frequently Asked Questions

Parent and Family Top Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions

Parents' Helpline: (858) 534-7273 |