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Resources for Students

HDS Resources

Campus Resources

Resources for Well-Being

Student Health Services

Student Health Services - SHS is open, below is the link to their website:

Food or Housing Insecurity

The Hub Basic Needs Center

Click this link to go to the Basic Needs website:

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) 

Click this link to go to the CAPS website:

Resources for Online Instruction


See our FAQ page for questions in regards to remote student services.

If You Don't Have Access to a Personal Computer

Technology Resources - If you do not have access to a laptop there are two resources that you can utilize below. If you have concerns about your technology resources and would like to speak with an HDS advisor, please refer to our advising webpage for instructions on how to contact us - we would be more than happy to help assist you with this.

  • The Computer Lab Lookup – Check here for computer labs on campus that you can use for remote instruction and finals. Please note: this webpage is being continually updated.

  • Laptop Loaner Program – Students can request a laptop through a laptop lending program if there is a need.

If you have questions, please reach out to

More information can be found here:



Zoom - You do not need a license to join a zoom meeting, however UCSD does provide zoom accounts to students free of charge. You will need to set up an account if you would like to create or set up your own meetings (this may be of interest to students for collaboration purposes). You may also need to set up an account for specific course purposes. Setting up an account is quick and easy.

Click this link for how to set up a Zoom account:

Click this link for tips on how to use Zoom:

Remote Learning Strategies

Keep Learning Remotely - Learn more about resources and effective strategies to help you thrive in the remote learning environment.

Tech Support

Click this link for more information on troubleshooting and tech support:

Connect from Off-Campus: VPN (Virtual Private Network)

If you need to access library resources remotely, you will need to set up and connect to the Virtual Private Network (VPN). Below is the link to the Library's webpage on how to set up VPN for Library access:

If you are experiencing issues setting up or connecting to the VPN, please contact the ITS Service Desk.