University of California-Santa Cruz Campus
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Thanks for touring with me! I hope you to see you as a future banana slug enjoying the beautiful campus of UC Santa Cruz.
Ways to get around on campus
There are many ways to around on campus. The most popular is walking, but with the terrain of the school, that can get tiring for some. So you can bike, skateboard, or take the bus to your class. Although, the school you pick shouldn't be heavily dependent on whether you have to walk or not.
Social sciences 1 and 2
Our social sciences division is the largest academic division at UCSC! Our social sciences division offers 25 undergraduate majors and 8 P.h.D programs. Our most popular major are psychology, cognitive science, and business management economics. We have awesome faculty members who lead a ton of research opportunities and because of this a recent study ranked the Division of Social Sciences at UCSC 1st in the nation among public universities for the quality of its research productivity.
College move-in day | uc santa cruz
Moving into UC Santa Cruz. Vlog of the whole trip and adventures. MERCH: https://teespring.com/stores/el-chemo Social Media: ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/elchemooo ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elchemooo
Interview with biology major, vo dung
Vo Dung gets interviewed by Brian about different aspects of the school. A school filled with diversity is important, and UCSC has no lack of it.
Hi, i'm sajia!
Welcome to the amazing University of California, Santa Cruz. You are the lucky winner of a this awesome tour with me! I am a second year majoring in Psychology with a minor in Legal Studies. I am super excited to show you my home. I hope you have your walking shoes on! :)
Welcome to ucsc
Hello and welcome to University of California- Santa Cruz! My name is Brian and I will be guiding you on a tour around the campus. We'll look at things the school and the City of Santa Cruz has to offer. I am a freshman Computer Science major from Illinois. Coming to California was a big change for me, but I am happy I came here.
Quarry plaza and bay tree bookstore
Standing above the Quarry Plaza, you can see the bustling area filled with students and different tents. A great place on campus to eat and shop at the bookstore or the local merchants.
Office of physical education, recreation, and sports (opers)
OPERS is the Office of Physical Education, Recreation, and Sports. The goal of OPERS is to enrich the college experience by promoting physical activity, encouraging health and wellness, and cultivating leadership. OPERS offers a ton of classes, workshops, outdoor adventure trips, intramural sports leagues, clubs, drop in activities and recreational facilities. There is also a pool which is open daily for recreational swim! OPERS is also one of the largest employers on campus which offers many work study and non-work study student jobs. At OPERS, there is "Something for everyone!"
University of California-Santa Cruz
If you made it this far, shout out to you. Thanks for coming along with me on this journey! Like I mentioned in the video, if you happen to be in the area or need more information about UCSC, please don't hesitate to contact me. Thanks!
Commuting on campus
In this video I talk a little about what it's like commuting on campus and around Santa Cruz. We have various bus systems that make it easier to get from one destination to another in a timely fashion. However, during popular times, there is a bit of a wait to get on a bus that isn't so crowded. Make sure you leave for class at least 30 minutes before it starts!
University of California-Santa Cruz 1156 High St
University of California-Santa Cruz BikeLink - UCSC OPERS
University of California-Santa Cruz Cowell Computer Lab
Cowell college and the ucsc college system
The college system at UCSC is a little different from other schools. You are affiliated with 1 of 10 colleges of your choosing. Every college has a different theme ranging from Science and Technology to Diversity and Social Justice. It makes a large campus feel smaller and like a community.