Get Involved!

Outside of academics, students are encouraged to participate and foster community by getting involved in departmental activities!


Anthropology Club

The UCSD Anthropology Club is a loose coalition of students and faculty interested in all branches of anthropology. Meetings are casual and usually involve good food and friendly discussion. All are invited to participate.

Find us on Facebook for more information about our meetings and events!


Anthropology Mentor-Protege Program

The UCSD Anthropology Mentor-Protege Program (AMPP) pairs graduate students with undergraduates for the purpose of offering mentorship and academic support.  AMPP will offer workshops and information sessions on graduate school applications, internships and careers in the field, CV/Resume building, and lab tours. The pairing is optional and will be arranged based on shared interests

Undergraduate students who are interested in being paired with a graduate student mentor, please fill out the Protege application.

Graduate students who with to become mentors must fill out the Mentor application.

Any questions? Please contact the Program Director, Samantha Streuli at sstreuli@ad.ucsd.edu or Program Coordinator, Belinda Ramirz at belramirez@ucsd.edu.