Campus Assist List
Consultation, on- and off-campus resource assistance, and case management for students dealing with academic, financial, medical, mental or other personal issues or crises. Also serves as the designated office responsible for coordination in response to a student death.
Provides services, accommodations and adaptive technology for students with documented permanent and temporary disabilities to enhance their success at UCI. Services offered include pre-admission planning, priority registration for classes, specialized individual or group orientation to campus, adaptive technology, testing accommodations, note-taking services, sign language interpreters, preferential seating in class, readers and scribes.
Provides support and referral services to graduate students and post-doctoral scholars in personal distress or in need of academic counseling. Serves as a point of reference for faculty and staff in need of assistance in dealing with difficult student cases.
Each academic unit has specialized counselors available to address student questions concerning classes, changing or declaring a major, graduation requirements and other similar concerns.
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Honors program with goal to increase the rigor and opportunity for a challenging experience at UCI through special opportunities, including research, activities with faculty, studying abroad, mentoring and other diverse experiences. Includes personalized one-on-one honors academic advising. Must apply for the program.
Multicultural center offering a friendly atmosphere, supportive environment and opportunities for students to be involved in campus activities and programs to celebrate the cultural diversity of the university's student body. Meeting space and “home” for 40+ affiliated student organizations. At its core, the Cross-Cultural Center endeavors to promote the education and celebration of a "multicultural sensibility" as we evolve within a global world.
CCC student umbrella organizations include the Black Student Union (BSU), Alyansa ng mga Kababayan, American Indian Student Association (AISA), Asian Pacific Student Association (APSA) and Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlan (MEChA).
Undergraduate students can bring their writing or research assignment, paper draft, or completed paper needing revision to one the four campus locations during designated hours Weeks 2-10. Walk-in tutoring consultations and writing feedback by trained peer tutors, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Academic and professional support for graduate students and post-doctoral scholars. Offers workshops, certificate program and academic courses designed to support professional development, writing support, communication, preparation of grant and fellowship funding applications, wellness, work-life balance and mentoring.
Academic, fellowship, research, social and logistic resources for graduate students and post-doctoral scholars.
Counsels and assists international students, faculty, researchers, staff and scholars with immigration, orientation, employment and adjustment needs during their stay at UCI. Offers information on maintaining status as an F-1 nonimmigrant student and J-1 exchange visitor student.
Individual and group tutoring on any subject area, scheduled and drop-in writing assistance and workshops and classes on various topics in order to improve student academic performance. Some services are free while others have a fee.
Safe and comfortable environment to confidentially discuss complaints, concerns or problems and explore options to make informed decisions. Alternate channel for neutral and informal dispute resolution services. Available to all UCI students, faculty and staff. Does not have any authority to make decisions or enact policy. Voluntary resource independent of the University.
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Student-to-student academic-unit specific counseling.
Campus services for students accused of sexual violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence or stalking, housed within the Office of the Campus Social Worker.
Supportive environment that serves as a bridge to information, resources and services to promote academic success, and provides leadership and engagement opportunities through student-initiated outreach and retention projects. Support includes academic consultation, peer support, meeting and study space, and mental wellness and academic workshops and programming.
Academic support program and learning community assisting with the university transition for low-income students, first-generation students, undocumented students, former foster youth, transfer students, adult-learners, students with dependents and students with disabilities. Empowers students to be productive and engaged in their academic careers and personal endeavors, and to thrive and succeed at UCI and beyond.
The Transfer Student Center (TSC) works with new and returning transfer students to facilitate their transition and overall success at UCI by directing them to appropriate campus programs and services, organizing weekly workshops, providing formal and informal mentoring, and offering a space for study.
Provides resources and programs to assist veterans in navigating their transition to civilian and student life, including assistance in obtaining educational benefits, and submitting entitlement requests.