Indigenous People’s Day
970 Embarcadero del Mar, Goleta, CA 93117-4817, United States
What is Pardall Carnival? It’s coming this Saturday!
A.S SCORE Fall 2018 Weekly Meetings
Wednesdays at 7pm UCSB ONDAS Center
Join A.S Score for our weekly meetings this Fall 2018! Our meetings will be held at the Ondas Center (Kerr Hall 1150) every Thursday at 7PM!
What is SCORE?
The A.S. Student Commission On Racial Equality is an organization dedicated to advocating for the rights and issues of students of color and underrepresented communities at UC Santa Barbara and the broader system of higher education. Through education and direct action, we strive to promote diversity, equality, cultural understanding, and community empowerment.
This year, we hope to act as a space where all student of color organizations at UCSB can connect, network, and collaborate on issues that are common among many of our experiences (such as the need for outreach & retention programs, combating discrimination on/off campus, and increasing the accessibility and affordability of the UC system) in order to create real solutions and real change!
it is not yet too late to get involved with your favorite organization on campus!
Community Affairs Board is still looking for a Social Coordinator.
apply at https://goo.gl/forms/
deadline is October 12th at 11:59pm, so get to it!…
In honor of World Mental Health Day, the AS Office of the President family would like to remind all of our fellow Gauchos that it is always okay to not be okay. If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, our office and the trained professionals at UCSB Counseling & Psychological Services are always available.
CAPS is available 24 hours a hour, 7 days a week at 1-805-893-4411. Please visit caps.sa.ucsb.edu for more information.
Brooke and the entire ASOP family are always available to discuss mental health or any other issues affecting Gauchos. Feel free to reach out via direct message or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NCOS Open House & Trail Opening
Saturday October 13, 2018 9am 6969 Whittier Dr.
We are excited to announce the scheduled grand opening of the North Campus Open Space Marsh Trail! Come join CCBER staff and Santa Barbara Audubon for a fun morning of events, including live raptors from Eyes in the Sky, kids birding activities, live music, refreshments, and even join in with some hands-on restoration – plant 1 or 100 plants! Walk the new 1.25 mile trail and meet #CCBER staff and students along the way for Q&A.
Participants take home a first edition #NCOS hat! 🙂 See you on October 13th!
It’s almost election season again!
All UCSB students can vote in the AS Fall Special Election beginning on Monday, October 15. Vote on GOLD starting next week!
The Coastal Fund provides the opportunity for you to receive funding to protect our beloved coastline. If your project aligns with our mission, please consider applying. Major Grant Deadline: Fri. 10/12 Minor Grant Deadline: Fri. 11/16 applications: https://coastalfund.org
@UCSB_BikeComm As we’re scooting into Fall Quarter, please be aware that motorized vehicles including electric scooters and electric skateboards are not allowed on UCSB campus bike paths and walkways and are subject to ticketing. Let’s keep UCSB safe for everyone!
Tomorrow Wednesday, October 10th, is Walk and Bike to School Day! Of course, UCSB is already ahead of the curve with 93% of students using something other than a single occupancy vehicle to get to and from campus. Keep it up Gauchos!
During the 69th Associated Students Senate’s first meeting, important issues such as the special election for External Vice President of Statewide Affairs (EVPSA) and bike rack congestion were addressed.
#UCSB A.S. Community Financial Fund FALL 2018 Financial Literacy Workshops! The workshop is an hour long and will provide you a $350 grant, contingent on passing a financial literacy quiz and a short essay detailing financial literacy knowledge. https://cff.as.ucsb.edu
Interested in joining AS Program Board? Here’s your chance! Applications are still open for Publicity Coordinator and Tickets Coordinator for the 2018-19 school year! Apply online at https://aspb.as.ucsb.edu/ or pick up an application in our office at ASPB Room 1519 in the UCen.
See what Pardall Carnival, the first major IVCRC event of the year, is all about! Pardall Carnival will be October 13th from 12:00-4:00PM on Pardall Street.
UCIV/Pardall Center Program Coordinator
Under the direction of the Isla Vista Advisor, provides support for the student staff and volunteers who interact with Isla Vista residents and visitors to provide them with knowledge and resources to make informed decisions about their own and the community’s well-being. The UCIV/Pardall Center Program Coordinator prevents conflict and promotes peaceful interactions between public safety officers and Isla Vista residents visitors to the community and visitors to the Pardall Center. When needed, the volunteers connect people with medical services or other public safety officials. Knowledge of physical facilities and project management.