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Radio Station KCSB-FM 91.9 & KJUC-AM 770/880

The radio station at UC Santa Barbara, KCSB-FM, is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to the Regents of the University of California. KCSB is funded primarily by the students at UCSB and the community at large.

Re-admission

Students who wish to register at UCSB after having been absent for at least one quarter, after having been lapsed, or after complete withdrawal must file an application for readmission with the Office of the Registrar.

Receiving

Central Receiving can receive LTL shipments for departments or campus groups if the item(s) ordered requires installation or assembly a few days after delivery, or the load is too large for delivery to your location and needs to be broken down into several smaller, more manageable loads.

Recreation

The UCSB Department of Recreation creates a fun and fit community and campus environment through various classes, facilities, and programs.

Registrar's Office

Provides information on registration & enrollment, calendars & deadlines, fees and more.

Reinstatement

Students who wish to register at UCSB after having been absent for at least one quarter, after having been lapsed, or after complete withdrawal must file an application for readmission with the Office of the Registrar.

Religious Studies

The Religious Studies Department at UC Santa Barbara is now the largest religion department in the University of California system, and one of the most diverse religion departments in the world.

Renaissance Studies

Renaissance Studies is an interdisciplinary undergraduate major that offers students an opportunity to study one of the most exciting periods of Western European history, that time when the structures of art, literature, music, religion, and political life underwent profound change.

Rental Listings

Community Housing Office Rental Listings

Research Center for Virtual Environments and Behavior

ReCVEB enables researchers to conduct pioneering research and break new ground in a fast growing technological enterprise with important societal ramifications.

Research Experience and Education Facility (The REEF)

From two to two thousand gallons, the REEF is an interactive aquarium designed to provide the visitor with an unparalleled view of our ocean planet.

Research, Office of

The Office of Research promotes outstanding research at UC Santa Barbara.

Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)

Our program provides leadership training for students and trains future Officers for the U.S. Army, U.S. Army Reserve, and U.S. Army National Guard.

Residence Halls (Housing)

The Residence Halls are a great way to meet people and get involved. UCSB owns and operates eight residence halls in three campus locations with a variety of building styles and floor plans.

Residency Requirements

UC Santa Barbara classifies students as residents or nonresidents for tuition purposes. Visit this page to learn important facts about residency.

Residential Dining Services

We are a passionate, dynamic and fun-loving team striving to satisfy diverse tastes and appetites by providing a wide variety of fresh, healthy, high quality food.

Residential Housing Association

The purpose of RHA is to represent residence hall student concerns and to sponsor educational, social, recreational and diversity focused programs.

ResNet

The Residential Networking (ResNet) Program is the utility that provides a high-speed data connection to the campus network and the Internet for every student living in University-owned housing.

Resource Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity

The RCSGD, located on the 3rd floor of the Student Resource Building, works with students, staff and faculty to ensure that LGBTQ identities, experiences and concerns are represented and addressed at UCSB.

Risk Management & Insurance

The UC Santa Barbara Risk Management and Insurance office safeguards the assets of the University from loss and destruction by assisting in the identification, evaluation, mitigation, and elimination of loss exposures that arise out of the campus' academic, research, student, and business activities.

Russian (Germanic and Slavic Studies)

Our mission is to teach German and Slavic languages, and to research and teach the literatures and cultures of the peoples living in these languages.