Undergraduate Diversity Programs

The EECS Department sponsors a number of undergraduate research and support programs geared to underrepresented groups. Our two affiliated colleges also offer special graduate recruitment programs.


Computer Science Scholars Program

Offers a “home” within Cal for students from underserved backgrounds who might not have had access to resources that prepare them to succeed in computer science.

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SRC Intel Undergraduate Research Opportunity

Undergraduates are matched with faculty mentors for sustained summer or academic year semi-conductor research.

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Computer Science Kickstart Program

A one-week introductory class to computer science targeting incoming UC Berkeley students who are curious about computer science .

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Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering Research at Berkeley

Undergraduates are invited to spend 9 weeks on campus over the summer conducting research on “Collecting and Using Big Data for the Public Good” with supervision from EECS faculty and grad students.

Learn more about SUPERB

L&S Berkeley Science Network (BSN)

A College of Letters & Science program designed to increase the number of underrepresented students who acquire advanced degrees in STEM fields.

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COE Engineering Preview Days

Junior year students selected for this College of Engineering program are guided by faculty to put together a competitive Ph.D. application to Berkeley.

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Engineering programs for diversity, equity and inclusion

A selection of programs which support first-generation students, underrepresented minorities, women, transfer students, veterans and others, which help our students develop academically, professionally and as leaders.

Learn more about engineering student programs

Campus-wide programs for diversity, equity, and inclusion

The UC Berkeley Division of Equity and Inclusion provides programs and services to support all campus community members.

Learn about campus programs