Our Director of Student Services, Robbyn Kawaguchi, provides assistance to students in achieving their academic and career goals. Students can work with the Director of Student Services to access disability services, tutoring, scholarship information, and community resources. In addition to providing ongoing support through completion of the program, the Student Services department works closely with student groups to enhance campus life, and maintains connections with our alumni to provide ongoing support and networking opportunities.
Please feel free to contact the Director of Student Services, Robbyn Kawaguchi, with any questions, concerns, or suggestions.
AIMC Berkeley extends reasonable and appropriate accommodations upon request to students with documented disabilities. Students who wish to request accommodations should meet with the Director of Student Services to discuss their needs and review the documentation required in order for the necessary provisions to be arranged. Please refer to the College Catalog for the complete policy.
AIMC offers a variety of tutoring services to students in need of additional academic help.
Students who are not eligible for free tutoring services are welcome to hire any of the school’s individual tutors and pay for the assistance out-of-pocket. In such cases, the tutor will determine his/her rate and the student will pay the tutor directly. AIMC is not involved in tutor-for-hire agreements and cannot intercede in such matters.
Student Council is the student organization representing students at AIMC Berkeley. All students are invited to participate in the council, and council activities are open to all students. Representatives meet every month internally, and host school-wide meetings every month as well.
Students are encouraged to join the Student Council Google Group . This group is to help students to connect with one another more quickly. It is a great way to find a substitute for clinic shifts, get updates on changing policies, complete surveys to voice your opinions, and more!
Students in need of information on community resources and referrals should visit the Berkeley Free Clinic Website. There you will find listings for numerous resources located in Berkeley and the surrounding areas, including:
A number of nationwide mental health resources are also accessible through the Mental Health Resources List which provides links to services and organizations for a variety of populations and disorders.
TOWN HALLS are held once a term and include campus announcements and open discussion.
"One of my favorite things about AIMC is the sense of community. We come together to support each other through challenges. Instead of a sense of competitiveness between students, there is a caring community that lifts everybody up. The faculty and staff are approachable and provide wonderful support during your graduate journey."- Master’s Student