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Undergraduates have a unique academic advising system to guide them through their academic career.

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Make this Triton Link website your home dashboard for easy access to important online student tools.

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The T+LC helps students with challenging courses, subjects, projects and much more!

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Student Opportunities

Summer Graduate Teaching Scholars

SGTS Call for Nominations: This program provides excellent opportunities for advanced graduate students to obtain faculty-mentored teaching experience. At the same time, it increases Summer Session course offerings to undergraduate students. General Campus department chairs and program directors are invited to nominate advanced graduate students to teach in the Summer Session as Associate-Ins in this professional development program.

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Regents Scholar Research Initiative

Regents Scholar Research Initiative (RSRI)

The Regents Scholars Research Initiative (RSRI) aims to provide more early opportunities for research experiences to talented undergraduates. The initiative features a 1-unit, independent study research course designed for incoming Regents Scholars. Administered as a joint venture of the Offices of Research Affairs, Academic Affairs, and Student Affairs, the RSRI utilizes the course number 99H to distinguish the RSRI courses from other 99 independent study courses.

Freshman Regents Scholars are paired with faculty and departments based on a polling of their research interests by the RSRI office. This information is forwarded to college and department advisors to help advise students with questions about enrollment procedures.

Students are to complete a "UC San Diego Application for Enrollment - Regents Scholar Research Initiative (RSRI) Courses 99H" form, and acquire the appropriate signatures and department stamps for enrollment. Students are encouraged to complete their first RSRI enrollment by the first week of Fall Quarter.

As of Tuesday, September 18, 2018, students can submit special studies applications for the Winter 2019 quarter using EASy. Please verify with the department that they are utilizing this new system before initiating your request.

Please use the above form until your department transitions to EASy enrollment.

For further RSRI program information, please contact Dr. Marie Sheneman, Undergraduate Research Hub  I | 858-822-0385

For questions about this website, please contact Hailey Caraballo, Division of Undergraduate Education | |