Each and every one of these Enterprise Entities provides services to students or allows students to provide services to their local community. Enterprise entities offer students services in addition to creating a space where students skills are utilized to promote a better campus atmosphere for UCSB students and our Isla Vista community.

Bike Shop

The Associated Student Bike Shop is a student-run and student funded non-profit service which has benefits all students, faculty, staff, and alumni of UCSB since 1974. All you need is your access card, your bike, your time, and an inclination to learn. We have everything needed to get your bike running safely and smoothly. Anything else you need, we offer at the lowest possible prices. The AS Bike Shop is located behind the HSSB adjacent to the aquatics center. The Bike Shop is open Monday through Thursday 10am-4pm and Friday 10am-3pm.

Cashiers and Ticket Office

The Associated Students Cashiers and Ticket Office is in charge of distributing tickets that pertain to events held in the Multicultural Center, UCSB Athletics, Program Board Sponsored Events, Events through the UCSB Music Department, any Student Organization Event, UCSB Theatre and Dance as well as special events. The Cashiers and Ticket Office is completely run my UCSB students and offers a multitude of services including emergency loans, the quarterly distribution of bus stickers, course readers and notes as well as recycled toner. The office is located across from Corwin Pavillion behind Ortega and is open Monday through Friday 10am – 5pm.

Department of Public Worms

DPW manages on-campus composting programs, maintains the three Edible Campus Projects, and educates the community about sustainable gardening practices, composting, and reducing food waste. 

Food Bank

The AS Food Bank is open to registered Undergraduate and Graduate Students at UCSB in need of non-perishable food and toiletries. All items found at the Food Bank are completely free with proof of a valid UCSB access card. The Food Bank is open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9am-6pm and is located on the third floor of the University Center. Follow the marked signs to the AS Food Bank.

Legal Resource Center

Associated Students Legal Resource Center started as a result of a student initiative to provide FREE legal counseling services to the UCSB campus. An ASLRC attorney is available to consult with all registered UCSB students on any issue or concern in which legal education would be helpful, unless it involves the university or another UCSB student. We offer legal advice, education, information and/or referrals , and can assist you in identifying and resolving your legal problems.


The David B. Miller A.S. Publications Service is a full- service copy shop available to UCSB student groups, faculty, and staff. Our faculty Services, including Class Readers and other Classroom Materials. Associated Students Publications Service is committed to giving you the best possible service and about the environment. All our white paper is 100% post-consumer recycled. Our machines are state of the art. And we will recycle readers at the end of the quarter. We are located at UCen Room 1531 (Next to the AS Cashiers and Ticket Office windows) and operate Monday through Friday 8am-5pm.


The  Recycling Program is operated and funded by the students of the University of California, Santa Barbara in order to provide an efficient and long-lasting infrastructure that promotes sustainability and adapts with the progress of technology. The students of A.S. Recycling, UCSB are dedicated to bringing our campus, community and beyond relevant information about various environmental issues and their daily social, economic, and ecological impacts. A.S. Recycling strives to close the waste loop with the 4 R’s — refuse, reduce, reuse, and recycle.

Zero Waste Committee

The Zero Waste Committee is comprised of a group of enthusiastic students sharing a variety of interests and experience relating to the environment. From researching the nutritional value of insects as a solution to future sustainable sources of food, to encouraging stores to switch from single-use plastics to sustainable alternatives, or educating students and faculty about composting benefits, the members of the ZWC all share a mutual passion of being environmentally conscious and inspiring UCSB do the same. As members of the ZWC, we harness our power as UC students to create a positive, lasting change in producing sustainable models and habits.