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Other Assistance Forms


The below Assistance Forms will connect you with additional services/resources provided by our UC San Diego campus partners. Just click the drop-down arrow to learn more! 

These forms are neither associated nor managed by The Hub and will require you to connect directly with the Program/Service you're interested in accessing.  

Food Security for International Students

The iTable Food Security Program is an International Students & Programs Office (ISPO)  program that was launched in 2018 in partnership with UC San Diego’s Hub Basic Needs Center (The Hub). with generous sponsorship from the UC San Diego Basic Needs Committee.

This program specifically serves the unique needs of our international student population by providing them with immediate food security resources that are otherwise not available via other means (for example, CalFresh). 


  • To be eligible to receive support through the iTable Food Security Program, students must be:
    • Currently enrolled at UC San Diego or a continuing student; and
    • An international student in a non-immigrant visa status, such as F-1 or J-1
  • Individuals who are not in a non-immigrant status are eligible for additional financial resources via The Hub.
  • UCSD Extension students are not eligible. Please contact for assistance.

NOTE: iTable funding is dedicated specifically for international students and is not considered a public charge.


The ISPO iTable Referral Form  is to apply for basic needs and emergency relief funds for international students at UC San Diego. It may be used to refer yourself or another individual (must be a currently enrolled UC San Diego student) who is experiencing financial hardship. These funds are dedicated specifically for non-immigrant international students and are not considered public charge funding. The answers you provide on this form will help us understand your financial need and connect you with available resources. 

Applicants will receive a response within 2 business days.

Food Security for Undocumented Students

The Yes Food Program (formerly known as the Food Security Gift Card Program) offers undocumented students e-gift cards to grocery stores, food delivery services, and restaurants. Depending on the individual need of the student, they may receive $50-$200 in e-gift cards every 30 days for three consecutive months before needing to reapply.   

If approved, students receive an email confirmation stating the value of the e-gift card(s) they will receive and when in the three consecutive months they will receive them.

To reapply, resubmit this application on the last week of Month #3. 


  • Must be an active UC San Diego student (except UC San Diego Extension and visiting students) 
  • Must be AB540 classified 
  • Must receive CA Dream Act financial aid 
  • Last but not with the USS Program Manager or Assistant Coordinator for a one-on-one consultation. If you have never met with them or if it has been more than three months since the last check-in (legal appointments do not count), you can make an appointment here.

Students who do not meet these qualifications may contact The Hub for support accessing alternative programs. 


Resources for Students with Dependents

The UC San Diego Students With Dependents website is here to assist students, who may identify as a student parent, caregiver, and guardian, in navigating the resources available to them on and off campus.

Browse through the web pages in this section to become familiar with the services and resources that are available to you as a Student with Dependent(s).

If you are a UC San Diego student with dependent(s) who is experiencing increased hardship surrounding financial security or in need of general resources, you are encouraged to complete the Students with Dependents Assistance Form

This Students with Dependents Assistance Form will be assessed to provide individual resource suggestions and options to meet with supportive staff for a Students with Dependents Assistance consultation. Your personalized consultation appointment with staff will provide an opportunity for you to discuss resources and assess your financial needs.

UC San Diego Student Affairs Technology Lending Request Form

The application process for the Student Affairs Technology Lending Program (SATLP) is open for Winter Quarter 2023, (December 19, 2022 through February 3, 2023). Students currently enrolled and registered in a degree-seeking program at UC San Diego must complete the SATLP application during the quarter of use to be considered.

Devices are limited and will be provided based on availability and demonstrated financial need.

If you have any questions, please email the SATLP at and for more information please see the  WIN 23 SA Tech Lending Program FAQs


You may also contact the UC San Diego Financial Aid & Scholarships Office to assess what funding resources may be available to you to potentially purchase computer equipment for more emergent needs, and/or explore technological accessories through the UC San Diego Geisel Library Tech Lending Program.