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Student Affairs Employee Resources

Supporting Staff Health and Well-Being

Promoting Well-Being: Triton Time

Triton Time: View inks to recordings and resources from past sessions that cover mental, physical and professional well-being.

Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)

FSAP provides specific resources for UC San Diego staff to help care for their mental and physical health. FSAP also has a list of events and an entire page dedicated to managing stress and anxiety.

Promoting Physical Health: Recreation

Be an active Triton with Recreation!

Recreation has a huge variety of programs to help de-stress, have fun and achieve your fitness goals. Our programs range from fitness and instruction classes, to weight lifting, Outback Adventure trips, swimming, surfing, competitive sports and more! We also offer year-round virtual classes on our online Playground. Check us out here.

Employee Resources & Updates

Downtown Office Space at Park & Market


Student Affairs employees now have access to office space in the UC San Diego Park & Market building located in Downtown San Diego.

The location is easily accessible by the UC San Diego Blue Line Trolley, and is designed to offer flexibility to Student Affairs staff who are working remotely or are Downtown for business reasons. The division has one private office which can be reserved online – as well as access to numerous open-concept work stations.

In addition to office and co-working spaces, UC San Diego Park & Market features large conference and meeting spaces, as well as a movie theater, outdoor amphitheater, classrooms, and gallery spaces.

This new campus facility will serve as a bridge between the University and the greater San Diego community; Chancellor Khosla intends for this opportunity to “reaffirm our responsibility to nurture inclusiveness, create access to our world-class resources and build vital connections locally and globally”. The Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs is excited to support and utilize the Park & Market location to serve our community, as we remain committed to enhancing student success and well-being in our global society.

See below for details.


Park & Market Extension


1100 Market Street (at Park Blvd)
San Diego, CA 92101 – Office 410


Monday-Friday: 7 a.m. - Midnight
Weekend: Noon - Midnight


Reservations may be made by-the-hour, using You Can Book Me.

Reserve Now

Please see shared Outlook Calendar for availability.

For any questions, concerns, or requests for calendar access, please contact



  • Take the trolley and get off at the Park & Market stop (Blue/Orange Line)


  • Parking Garage Entrance is off 11th Avenue.
  • Parking cost is $10 per day and paid to ACE parking attendant at time of entry.
  • Access is through the parking garage B1 Level elevator lobby.
  • Use parking spaces labeled with UC San Diego Parking ONLY


Take elevator to 4th floor; Check-in with the front desk (if staffed) and proceed to the VCSA Office #410 on the far west side of the building.

NOTE: Please provide your own tech dock for dual monitor use.

Employee Resources

Subscribe to the Student Affairs Staff Mailing List 

Professional Development Opportunities 

Other Helpful Resources 

New Employee Checklist

Familiarize yourself with UC San Diego and Student Affairs, and enhance your personal and professional development. Download and save this PDF or use the links below.

Supporting Student Wellness

Help students navigate times of uncertainty with a plethora of available resource: 

Mental Wellness

  • If you know a student who needs to speak with someone or are feeling overwhelmed, please contact or refer them to: Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) - CAPS offers counseling to help students in crisis or who are feeling stress.
  • CARE at the Sexual Assault Resource Center is the UC San Diego confidential advocacy and education office for sexual violence and gender-based violence (dating violence, domestic violence, stalking). CARE at SARC is on-call 24 hours a day and on weekends throughout the year. If you are in need of urgent support during non-business hours, weekends, or holidays, please call at 858-534-5793.
  • Learn how to support students in distress at UC San Diego with the Triton Concern Line.

Physical Wellness 

  • Be an active Triton with Recreation! Recreation has a huge variety of programs to help de-stress, have fun and achieve your fitness goals while at UC San Diego. Our programs range from fitness & instruction classes, to weight lifting, Outback trips, swimming, surfing, competitive sports and more! We also offer year-round virtual classes on our online Playground. Check us out here!
  • The Zone


For updates on Student Health Services, please visit their website. Information regarding health insurance can be found here

Financial and Environmental Wellness

  • To support our resilient students, both The Hub Basic Needs Center and Triton Food Pantry will remain open during this time. For questions and hours please visit the websites above, or reach out to or 858-246-2632.
  • On-campus housing communities will remain open and operational for Summer Session and fall quarter. HDH and Residential Life will continue to support students who choose to reside on campus. Visit the HDH COVID-19 FAQ page for up-to-date information.
  • Student Legal Services (SLS) provides services to registered UCSD undergraduate and graduate students, and to student organizations. They provide a housing seminar that can be viewed here
  • Undocumented Student Services is in operation and ready to support students through the use of remote service delivery technologies. Please visit Undocumented Student Services to learn more. 

Other Resources

Campus Operations

Get information and resources for UC San Diego staff pertaining to COVID-19 here.

COVID-19/Campus Updates

Please visit the UC San Diego COVID-19 site regularly for the latest news and information.

VCSA is working closely with Associated Students and Graduate Student Association leaders to provide ongoing communication in order to keep you informed and focused on your health. As local, national and global public health recommendations shift to include mitigation of transmission, we are proactively taking steps that will help to protect the community. Please visit the UC San Diego VCSA COVID-19 site for more information.

For news regarding COVID-19 in San Diego, please visit the San Diego County COVID-19 site.