Supporting Students Through Remote Learning

Our CEILS Team has created a guide for your students to support them as they adjust to Remote Learning. Please feel free to share this with your students and your colleagues to share with their students.

UCLA Student Affairs Guidebook for living and learning in 2020-21 – includes information about connecting with Case Management Services and Counseling and Psychological Services and many other campus resources.

With the high use of zoom for online learning, please review UCLA Zoom security protocols and information about reporting incidents of bias.

The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs have directed faculty to resources for Student Support and Service. This announcement includes ways to spot student distress, how to address student distress, and University resources to additionally help address student needs.

Campus Resources and Support Services For UCLA Students

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING AN EMERGENCY WITH A STUDENT,
CONTACT THE CONSULTATION & RESPONSE TEAM:

PH: (310) 825-7291 or (310) 825-0682
Email: crteam@ucla.edu
Website: www.studentincrisis.ucla.edu.
When you need to refer a student: www.studentincrisis.ucla.edu/when-to-refer-a-student

Click here to view UCLA’s Red Folder with important resources for assisting students in distress.

“Distressed and Distressing Students” –  PowerPoint Slides from CAPS and CRT.

FEATURED RESOURCE FOR FACULTY:

UCLA Center for Accessible Education Faculty Handbook: Ensure Access for Your Students with Disabilities

Resources for Students in Support of their Academic Success, Social Belonging, and Overall Well-Being as Bruins:

UCLA has a multitude of resources and services available to all undergraduates, many of which are listed below. Please provide a link to this webpage on your CCLE course site or post the following list in your syllabus or as a resource on your CCLE course site. Encourage your students to explore these resources and services as needed, please view Resources for Your Students in Support of Their Academic Success.

Additional Resources and Support Services For Students

Help.org’s Guide to Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Centers in California

A group of medical professionals at Help.org, based on conversations with addiction experts across the US, seeks to aid the vast majority of people who need treatment for substance abuse disorders. Though there are many barriers that discourage people from getting the help they need, cost is a significant factor. Help.org created a guide that provides comprehensive information on topics like, available care options, financial support, and free resources that are available in California.

You can learn more about their guide here: https://www.help.org/drug-and-alcohol-rehab-centers-in-california/