Chancellor's Associates Scholars Program
e-Newsletter | June 2017
Community Corner
CASP Induction Ceremony for Transfer Students | Spring 2017

Greetings CASP Scholars,

The final weeks of the Spring Quarter are right around the corner. Whether it was your first year or your last, there is a lot to do as the academic year comes to a close.  We at CASP hope you can take the time amidst studying for finals to look back and reflect on your successes, as well as your challenges. Take this time to celebrate how much you have done and how much you have grown. This issue is dedicated to supporting and celebrating you!
We also encourage you to visit the  
CASP website that includes a day to day calendar of events to help you keep up-to-date with CASP. You can find the calendar by clicking on "CASP Calendar" on the homepage.

As always, feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns at, (858) 822-6740 or stop by the CASP office on the 5th floor of the Student Services Center.

-The CASP Team  
caspgradCASPgrad- Graduating Seniors: this is your last chance to register
Graduating Seniors (CASP scholars and CASP student staff): this is your last chance to register for CASPgrad. Please click here to register , and contact Ria Rodriguez with any questions. We look forward to seeing you there! 
If you are unable to join us at CASPgrad, and would like to schedule to pick up your medallion to wear for graduation commencement ceremonies, contact Ria Rodriguez. Please note that you must have filed your DDA, or be scheduled to participate in Commencement ceremonies for the Spring quarter to receive your medallion. 
commencementClass of 2017 - Commencement Information
At the 90-minute  All Campus  Commencement, Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla will officially confer degrees by academic division upon graduates of the six undergraduate colleges, Graduate Division and professional schools.

Keynote speaker: His Holiness the 14th 
Dalai Lama
The Value of Education, Ethics and Compassion for the Well-Being of Self and Others
In 1989,  His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama  was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his nonviolent struggle for the liberation of Tibet. He also became the first Nobel laureate to be recognized for his concern for global environmental problems. His Holiness has travelled to more than 62 countries spanning six continents, receiving over 84 awards, honorary doctorates, prizes and other recognition of his message of peace, nonviolence, interreligious understanding, universal responsibility and compassion. He has also authored more than 80 books.


Graduates will receive their tickets to the All Campus Commencement and undergraduate or graduate ceremonies when they pick up their cap and gown at the UC San Diego Bookstore. Visit  Grad Central for more information.


Don't forget to file for your degree:

CASP Medallions
If you were unable to join us at the CASPgrad lunch on June 7th, please e-mail to schedule to pick up your medallion to wear for graduation commencement ceremonies.
studyspringjamCASP Study Jam | Spring 2017
extendedstudyhoursExtended Study Hours for Finals Week
During finals week of each quarter, the Campus Community Centers, OASIS, and SPACES host a series of  extended hours for students to study.  All centers provide students with study space and extended study hours! 
Saturday 6/10
12 PM - 8PM

Sunday 6/11
12 PM - 8PM

LGBT Resource Center 
Open 24 hours 
6 PM -7 PM on Monday

Monday 6/12 
7 AM - 12 AM

Open 24 hours 
9 AM - 9 AM on Tuesday 

10 AM - 12 AM 

Tuesday 6/13
Women's Resource Center
Open 24 hours 
9 AM - 9 AM on Wednesday

10 AM - 12 AM

Wednesday 6/14
8 AM - 2 AM on Thursday

Intertribal Resource Center
8:30 AM - 12 AM 

10 AM - 10 PM

10 AM - 12 AM

Thursday 6/15 
The Zone
9:30 AM - 6 PM

10 AM - 12 AM
reshallmoveoutResidence Hall MOVE OUT Information
MOVE OUT OF THE RESIDENCE HALLS/APARTMENTS: You must be out by JUNE 17, 2017 by 6 P.M.

Due to security measures for the Dalai Lama's visit to campus, and road closures, there will be a high impact on campus accessibility between the hours of 7:00am - 2:00pm on Friday, June 16th and Saturday, June 17th.The campus will be impacted heavily on Friday and Saturday, with the most significant impact in the afternoon. You are HIGHLY encouraged to leave prior to Friday If you are not able to move-out prior to Friday, you are encouraged you to pack as much as possible during the 7:00am - 2:00pm time period and move-out after 2:00pm in a quick and orderly manner. 

Plan accordingly, as the deadline is 6:00 p.m. on Saturday - no extensions and late fees may be assessed after this time.  

For residents moving out:
  • Move-Out Campus Access Passes will be available. Please check in with your Residential Life Office about when passes will be distributed. Access Passes allow a vehicle to come onto campus for move-out and move-out only.
  • If you haven't already done so, please be sure to fill out the 2017 Move-Out form.  You should have received an email from your Residential Life Office with the link to this form. 
  • If you are assessed damages (something is broken, excessive trash, excessive cleaning, etc.), you will receive an email near the end of June. All assessed damage charges will be in the July billing statement and viewable on TritonLink beginning July 2nd.
  • For specific details about move-out, please contact your Residential Life Office. 

Please dispose of ELECTRONIC WASTE properly! It does NOT go into the trash! (This includes batteries, printer cartridges, and any electronics - working or not.) Anything with a cord CAN go into the DAV bins.

Summer Housing
The priority deadline to apply for Session One summer Housing is June 17. The summer Housing application along with information regarding eligibility, sessions, and rates can be found on the Summer Housing Program webpage. Please feel free to email any question regarding summer Housing to
Summer Dining Reminders
Dining Dollars remaining after Spring Quarter will roll over to the summer, and may be used during Summer Session I and II. Canyon Vista, Pines, 64 Degrees, and Cafe Ventanas will transition to an All You Care To Eat format, with OceanView and Club Med remaining a la carte. Be sure to also check out Roger's and the Village Market for all your snacks, grocery, and specialty coffee needs.

extendedlibraryExtended Summer Library Hours
Geisel Library will be extending it hours for Summer 2017 containing finals during both Session 1 and Session 2. For Session 1, July 3 to August 5 will have extended hours. 
For Session 2, August 7 to September 9 will have extended hours 

apimedaAPIMEDA LGBTQ Family Luncheon

APIMEDA Programs and Services is happy to sponsor the APIMEDA LGBTQ Family Luncheon! This is a closed space for members of the UC San Diego community who identify as APIMEDA LGBTQ to come and talk about their common experiences. We encourage students, staff, and faculty to attend.

Event Details: 
Monday, June 5th
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM 
CCC Communidad Room

firstyrsurveyFirst Year Experience Survey
Your First Year Experience (YFCY) Survey
First -year students will receive a participation email with the subject, "Tell Us About Your First Year at UC San Diego" which will contain a personalized link to the YFCY survey.  Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey as the information you provide helps UC San Diego improve services and programs.

By filling out the survey, you are entered in a drawing for some valuable prizes:
  • 50 Visa Gift Cards valued at $50 each
  • 2 Visa Gift Cards valued at $250 each
  • 1 Visa Gift Card valued at $500
Please check your UC San Diego email for the link.
 zonefluffiesThe Zone: Finals Therapy Fluffies
Therapy Fluffies Extravaganza
The popular pups are back! The Zone will be bringing nearly two dozen certified therapy dogs to campus to help you de-stress during finals! Studies show that animal therapy has many health benefits, including stress reduction. Grab your friends and come play, relax and de-stress with nearly two dozen fun-loving canines during finals week!

Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM- 2:00 PM
Location: Library Walk

The Zone offers free daily programs to promote healthy, balanced living to UCSD students. In between programs, The Zone is also a lounge for students to hang out, study, relax with a cup of tea or take a nap!

Questions? Check out the  Facebook Event, or e-mail
Taking Summer Session classes at UC San Diego but not living on campus? 
Here are some options for commuting to campus:

Compass Card
Transportation Services and student and campus leaders worked with MTS to offer students a discounted transit pass again this summer. Summer Pass is a Compass Card that:
  • Allows unlimited access to regional MTS and NCTD bus and rail routes, including the Trolley, Sprinter and new Rapid services
  • Is available online only and costs $36 - not transferable or refundable
  • Is valid June 1 through Sept. 30, 2017 to provide continuous transit access between spring and fall U-Pass


All UC San Diego undergraduate and graduate students who are enrolled in  Summer Session classes are eligible to purchase a Summer Pass.
Want to CARPOOL? 
ZIMRIDE is UC San Diego's free, private ridesharing network.

Zimride Ridesharing Network
Faculty, staff, and students 18 and older with  Single Sign-On access can form carpools and vanpools or find one-time rides using Zimride.
How to join
  1. Visit Zimride and read the terms of use and privacy policy, then click Log In if you agree.
  2. Log in via Single Sign-On. (If you already logged in, this step may be bypassed automatically.) Note: Students must click the Student Sign-On tab to enter their PID.
  3. Request or offer a ride by following the instructions to create a profile, browse postings, and post your own requests. You'll be able to contact individuals directly.
If you form a carpool, consider joining the Carpool Club for additional incentives.
  1. Register your carpool at the campus parking office to receive incentives; registration is free.
    • At least 3 members must register as regular carpool riders to receive a reserved carpool space access sticker.
  2. Members pick up their complimentary 10 Day permit at the parking office. Bring:
    • Valid UC San Diego ID
    • Documentation of class schedule (undergraduates only)