At times, it can be difficult for students to access counseling at the Tang center. In our effort to reach out to the campus, CPS has expanded our presence on campus beyond the Tang Center.
We understand that connecting with students in other locations on campus serves to break down potential barriers to seeking support. Cultural issues and the stigma of counseling can be barriers. For other students, the Tang Center can feel too far, or too formal a setting. Some graduate students can feel uncomfortable running into the undergraduate students they teach. Making contact with a counselor at a satellite office can help demystify the services provided at CPS and UHS. Counselors are now available at the following locations, which serve various student populations. For more information about these offices, click on the links below or call us at 510/642-9494.
CPS Counselors are available at the following locations:
- Bechtel School of Engineering – Bechtel Room 241, contact number: 510/643-7850
- Boalt Law School – 362 Boalt Hall
- Bowditch Annex– 2311 Bowditch St
Visits by appointment only.
- Cesar E. Chavez Student Center – 150 Cesar E. Chavez Student Center
- College of Engineering - 241 Bechtel
- College of Environmental Design - 220 Wurster
- Disabled Students Program (DSP) – 260k Cesar E. Chavez Student Center
- Graduate Division – 487 Evans Hall
- Haas School of Business - Haas Room F473, contact number: 510/642-4853
- International House – 2299 Piedmont Ave
- Incentive Awards Program – RSSP Building, 2610 Channing Way
- Residential Life – RSSP Building, 2610 Channing Way
For questions about these sites, please call 510/642-9494