Tech Resources for BIPOC Students


At such a large school like UC Berkeley, it can be a bit overwhelming to navigate all of the resources and tools available. We want to ensure all Black, Indigenous, & People of Color (BIPOC) students especially feel supported and connected to the Cal campus community. This page has a variety of technology-related resources to help create the best experience possible for BIPOC students.

STEM Development


  • CalNerds provides faculty-mentored research opportunities, tech training, grad school prep, career coaching, community building, & professional development to an underrepresented group of STEM students (LGBTQ, low-income, first-generation, transfer, re-entry, disabled, undocumented, & more)


  • EOP STEM was created in order to bridge the needs of historically underrepresented students in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics fields through one on one support, leadership opportunities, and events/workshops

Community Tech Spaces

Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center

  • Fannie Lou is a community space for Black students that includes a study space, academic support, tutoring, professional development, and more 
  • The center partners with our Outreach & Engagement and Student Helpdesk teams to educate students about how to access and make the most of campus tech resources.

Multicultural Community Center (MCC)

  • The MCC is a community center for underrepresented students to get involved in multicultural-related education, collaborations, and cross/inter-cultural community building
  • The space offers free printing at front desk