Student Handbook

You are responsible for reading and understanding the information provided by UCEAP and the UCSB EAP office.
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UCEAP Materials

UCSB Specific Information

Withdrawing from EAP

We hope that you will indeed study abroad with UCEAP.  However, if you need to withdraw from the program, you must provide written notification of your desire to withdraw to your UCSB EAP Regional Advisor.  Please be aware of the withdrawal deadlines and fees.  

Once you withdraw from EAP, you will receive a pass time for the following UCSB term, however, note that receiving the pass time does not happen immediately.  It may take several days for you to receive this so you must plan ahead.

Your health at UCSB

  • Student Health now has 24/7 phone service to enable students to speak with Registered Nurses about any concerns or questions needing medical attention. Students can access the nurses though an option on our regular SHS phones, or by calling directly to 800-539-1387. The service is open to any student who calls, regardless of whether they are insured by Aetna through UC SHIP or not.
  • UCSB now has three after-hours phone lines that students can use to access professional help 24 hours daily: SHS’s Nurseline at 800-539-1387, CAPS 24/7 Counseling at 805-893-4411, and CARE Confidential Advocacy for Sexual Violence at 805-893-4613.