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Webinar Library

Looking for answers? We’ve collected some of our most helpful webinars right here. You can check out our YouTube channel for a full list of webinars and recordings.

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Academic Support and Enrichment

Exploring and Studying Abroad

Study abroad fits into any academic major and fosters personal development and cultural sensitivity. Equally important, it shows a cultural experience valued by many employers, and is often a life-changing experience for students. Learn ways your students can continue to learn and explore the world through UC San Diego.

Paging Future Doctors

Is your student interested in exploring, preparing and applying to graduate school in the health professions? Learn about the pre-health advising tools that will enhance their time at UC San Diego from pre-health career advisors.

Finding and Utilizing Academic Support Services

Learn about the available services that support your student's academic experience.

The 'Major' Decision

There is no "right" way to choose a major. Some students begin their journey at UC San Diego with their desired major, while others are undeclared. Some students may choose to change their major after enrolling. Hear from a panel of students as they discuss their journey in making a "major" decision, including the experiences, family and mentors who influenced them.

10 Questions to Ask Academic Advisors

A panel of academic advisors will offer the 10 most important questions your student can ask their academic advisor for a successful meeting.

Student and Campus Life

Home Away from Home: Navigating On- and Off-Campus Living

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.

Prioritizing Your Student's Health and Safety

Learn how you can support your student's wellness during change and transition.

For International Students

Your Student's Visa Status: What You Need to Know

Understand the rules and regulations your student needs to follow to maintain their immigration status while studying at UC San Diego.

Working as an International Student

Getting a job or internship is an important part of your student’s experience at UC San Diego. Learn what they need to do to acquire work experience.

Supporting the Community Transition of International Students and Families

Learn how UC San Diego supports your new international student's adjustment to campus, including health, lodging and community-building.

Triton Panel: Being a UC San Diego International Student

Learn about the international student experience at UC San Diego from our current international students. Topics include transitioning from an in-person college experience to a virtual campus experience and the resources they use to remain connected to the campus.

For Graduating Students

Find Your Celebration

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.

Cheers to the Last Year

Once a Triton, always a Triton! A toast to your student’s accomplishment while learning about a variety of resources that will prepare you for commencement and to help your student become an alum of UC San Diego.

What’s Next? Supporting Your Student’s Journey After UC San Diego

Graduating from UC San Diego is the beginning of a new chapter for students and their families. Join a panel of parents and families who will share how they supported their student as they began their post-graduation life, and how families adjusted to new parent-student dynamics.

For First Generation Students

A Tale of Two Worlds: Navigating Your Home and University Communities

First generation college students sometimes experience imbalance when navigating the expectations of their home community and demands of their school community. Learn what we mean by students navigating "two worlds" simultaneously and ways families can support their student's transition to college.

First Generation Table Talk | Academics: Expectation, Guilt and Transition

First generation college students may experience family expectations to major in a particular field of study, guilt about pursuing a degree when their parents could not, and an academic transition unlike students who are not first generation. We'll talk to students who can shed light on ways to overcome these experiences. This web series is sponsored by Student Affairs, Student Retention and Success, and Parent and Family Programs.