Benefits Graduate and/or Professional School Students

Technology for Active Learning Classroom

This grant aided the transformation of a classroom into an Active Learning Classroom (ALC) in the School of Social Welfare.

DSP Assistive Technology Laptop Acquisition

Funds were provided to DSP to acquire additional laptops and software to support students who, for disability-related reasons, require the use of a computer for taking their exams.


GradBook is an events calendar and resource app. The app serves as a single-stop source of information to get graduate and professional students better connected to events and resources.

GA Laptop Checkout Program

Funds were provided to institute a checkout program to allow students to work on collaborative document processing and advocacy research without the need to maintain personal computers.

CED Computer Lab

The College of Environmental Design used funds to upgrade 50 computers in its student computing lab.

Thermal Camera for Student Research

Funds were provided the Department of ESPM for a long-wave infrared thermal camera that is made available to students on a check out basis for research, club, or teaching purposes.


Qualtrics is a powerful, full-featured web-based platform for creating, sharing and conducting online surveys. Berkeley provides access to all basic features of this software to all campus members.

Microsoft Office and Windows 10

365 is a collection of services that includes access to Office applications. Microsoft Windows Desktop OS upgrades include Windows 8.1 Professional, and Windows 10 Education.


MATLAB® is a high-level language and interactive environment for numerical computation, visualization, and programming. Using MATLAB, you can analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models and applications.

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning includes instruction about specific software as well as skills related to programming, web design, audio and video production, project management, time management, and much more.