|The Walter H. Capps Center for the Study of Ethics, Religion, and Public Life at University of California, Santa Barbara promotes discussion of how ethical teachings and values relate to civic life _ at local, national, and global levels.|
UC Santa Barbara is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
The University of California Washington Program (UCDC) provides UCSB students with a unique opportunity to live, work as interns, and study in our nation's political and cultural epicenter, Washington, D.C.
|The mission of this site is to help campus website developers create policy compliant websites that utilize industry best practices and policies set forth by the federal government and the University of California.|
|UCSB Department of Health & Wellness promotes the mental, physical and social health of all students by enhancing individual skills and positive relationships with families, peers and the UCSB & Isla Vista community.|
|If you suspect that the University or a particular UC employee is engaged in improper governmental activities, you should know that UC has policies that can show you how to "blow the whistle" and can protect you from retaliation if the need arises.|
|WiSE is a non profit campus organization; it was founded in Spring 2001 to promote equal opportunity for women and girls in science and engineering, and improve their scientific and career advancement.|
|The subject matter of feminist studies is more than women: research and teaching focus on the ways that relations of gender, intersecting with race, class, ethnicity, sexuality, nation, ability, and other differences, affect every aspect of society.|
|The Women, Gender, & Sexual Equity Department exists at UCSB to support students, faculty, and staff who might face some challenges due to their identity.|
|Workers' Compensation is a state-mandated insurance plan designed to provide benefits and assistance to all workers who are injured as a result of their employment or who develop job-related illnesses.|
|In the UCSB Writing Program, students study and practice writing in academic, civic, and professional contexts.|