Campus Resources

Anteater Express (Campus Shuttles)

Buses takes passengers around campus or to select destinations. Go to http://www.shuttle.uci.edu/  for route maps and schedule information.

Automated Teller Machines

The Campus has several ATMs including Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Schools First Federal Credit Union and Chase. ATMs are located on the Student Center Terrace outside of the East Food Court.

Associated Graduate Students 

AGS, the officially recognized graduate student government at UCI, represents over 5,000 graduate and professional students. The AGS is governed by a President, four Vice Presidents elected by the Council, and a Council of representatives elected by each academic unit. AGS collects $9 per quarter from each graduate student (except the College of Medicine and Graduate Schools of Management students, who pay $4.50 per quarter and get half the representation on AGS Council). For more information visit: http://www.ags.uci.edu/

Bicycling on Campus

Riding on sidewalks is prohibited on the University campus except in those few areas where no parallel roadway or bike path exists. Bicycles at UCI may not be operated on any landscaped areas, pedestrian corridor, pedestrian ramp, or anywhere signs are posted prohibiting bike riding. Bicyclists must obey all posted speed limits. At the University, the speed limit in the campus core area and all other bike paths is 15mph and in the parking lots is 10mph. Visit http://bike.uci.edu/general-info/bicycle-safety-and-operation/ for more information including the full list of official university policies and procedures regarding bicycling.

Bookstore

The UCI campus bookstore (known as THE HILL) is your one-stop shop for course materials, general books, UCI apparel, gifts, school supplies and more. For customer service call 824-4455. More information can be found at http://book.uci.edu/

Campus Assault Resources and Education

CARE provides consultation, direct services and campus education for issues related to rape and sexual assault, intimate partner violence, relationship health, personal safety and gender issues. CARE offers confidential individual, couples, and group counseling, free of charge.

CARE: www.care.uci.edu 949-824-7273
G320 Student Center; Hours: M-F, 8 A.M.-5 P.M.

Campus Recreation

Campus Rec has an array of individual and group sports and fitness options at the Anteater Recreation Center as well as other activities where you can connect with fellow students. Visit: www.campusrec.uci.edu

Career Center

Services, events, and resources provide access to opportunities, career consulting, and professional education to UCI students and alumni. They serve as a bridge between the academic and professional world, connecting students and employers. Visit: www.career.uci.edu/

Cross Cultural Center

CCC (or “The Cross”) provides a network of support services promoting the personal, social, cultural, and academic well-being of UC Irvine’s ethnic and culturally diverse student body. Visit www.ccc.uci.edu or call 949-824-7215

The Black Graduate Students Network (BGSN) is a campus-based support group for African American graduate students across all disciplines. For more information, call 949.824.4255.

The Chicano/Latino Graduate Student Collective is a campus-based group for Chicana(o) and Latina(o) graduate students across all disciplines. For more information, visit http://clubs.uci.edu/.

Computer Labs

On-campus drop-in labs are open to all UCI affiliates for academic use and these labs are not scheduled for class use. For a list of computer lab locations visit: http://www.oit.uci.edu/labs/

Counseling Center

This is the point of entry for a broad range of mental health services for UCI students. Free, confidential services are offered to currently enrolled, full-time students, who have paid registration fees. These services include individual, couples, family, group counseling and therapy. The Counseling Center provides urgent care, crisis response, consultation around helping emotionally distressed students, and outreach programs for the university community.

Counseling Center: www.counseling.uci.edu  949-824-6547
Student Services I, Room 203; Hours M-F, 8 am – 5 pm
After-hours crisis help: Call 911 or the Campus Police at 949-824-5222

Disability Services Center

DSC is located in building 313 on the UCI Map. The mission of DSC is to empower students to reach their potential in every aspect of their lives by moving beyond success to significance through education, service, and support. DSC also provides accommodations for temporary disabilities.

DSC hours: Monday – Friday – 8:00 am to 4:30 pm for appointments
Monday – Thursday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 7:00 pm

For more information, to register for services or to speak with a disability specialist visit www.dsc.uci.edu or call 949-824-7494.

Emergency Information Line

In the event of a major disaster affecting the campus and/or UCI Medical Center, the Emergency Information Line will be activated. Call 866-IRV-NEWS • 866-478-6397 for a recorded message reporting the status of UCI and advising on closure, interruption of classes, work schedules, etc.

Graduate Division

Graduate Division serves as a liaison for students and academic units. Graduate Division also provides a Graduate Counselor for ongoing support and follow-up. For more information, visit www.grad.uci.edu

The Graduate Division Psychologist, Dr. Phong Luong, provides support and referral services to graduate students and post-doctoral scholars. He supports the academic process for those experiencing personal or academic difficulty. If you need help managing your time, communicating effectively with faculty, or if you feel stress, Dr. Luong can provide helpful referrals to campus and community resources. Email pbluong@uci.edu
or call 949-824-0246.

Student Wellness & Health Promotion Center

Utilize resources, group workshops, and consultations around health issues such as sexual health, alcohol and drugs, tobacco use, stress management, and nutrition. Visit www.studentwellness.uci.edu or call 949-824-9355.

International Center

IC is a primary resource for all international students and scholars at UC Irvine. The International Center is located at G302 East in the student center. For more information, visit www.ic.uci.edu or call 949-824-7249.

Lactation Stations

Lactation stations are available on campus. For more information, visit https://studentwellness.uci.edu/services/lactation-station.

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center

Llocated in G301 Student Center, LGBTRC is dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming environment for the diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and ally communities. For more information, visit www.lgbtrc.uci.edu or call 949-824-3277.

Libraries and Study Centers

The Libraries Gateway Study Center is located across from the Langson Library. It provides a number of carrels and library tables in an environment dedicated to quiet study. For the locations of other campus study rooms visit: https://www.lib.uci.edu/study-space-locator.

Office of the Ombudsman

Ombuds provides a safe and comfortable environment to discuss complaints, concerns or problems confidentially. When appropriate, the office will initiate an informal intervention with the goal of facilitating a resolution that is acceptable to all parties involved. The ombudsman acts as an independent, impartial resource. If a matter cannot be resolved through our office, a referral will be made. The Office of the Ombudsman serves all students, faculty, staff and administrators of the UCI community – both on the main campus and at the medical center. For an appointment call 824-7256. For more information visit http://www.ombuds.uci.edu/.

Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity

OEOD is responsible for the University’s compliance with federal and state laws and University policies and procedures regarding discrimination, retaliation and sexual harassment. OEOD works to promote and integrate the principles of equal opportunity, affirmative action, nondiscrimination, and excellence through diversity at UCI.  http://www.oeod.uci.edu/

UCI Police Department

UCIPD actively collaborates with the community to create a safe and secure campus through education, problem solving and enforcement. In addition to law enforcement, UCIPD offers other services including, fingerprinting, lost and found services, bicycle licensing and residence vacation checks. For dispatch call 824-5223. For more information see http://www.police.uci.edu/

CSO Safety Escort Program

This service is free for members of the community. The objective of the program is to provide a safe alternative to walking alone at night. Contact 824-SAFE or visit http://www.police.uci.edu/cso/safety-escorts/.

Student Health Center

Our comprehensive outpatient clinic on campus is staffed with licensed primary care physicians, dentists, a certified physician assistant, registered nurse practitioners, a registered dietitian, and nurses certified in college health. Medical specialists from various disciplines including dermatology, orthopedics/sports medicine, gynecology, internal medicine, ENT, and psychiatry provide on-site consultation on a regular basis. Student Health also offers basic radiology and clinical laboratory services, insurance consultation, and an on-site pharmacy, making this a comprehensive and convenient clinic dedicated to serving all registered students. You are welcome to make an appointment by calling 824-5304. For more information visit www.shs.uci.edu.

Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP)

All graduate students have SHIP unless they waived out of the plan. UC SHIP insurance provides access to many providers of confidential mental health services in the Southern California region. Visits require a co-pay. More information about UC SHIP can be found on the Student Health web site: www.shs.uci.edu

Student Life and Leadership

SLL maintains a search engine to help you find campus organizations. Visit http://www.campusorgs.uci.edu/.

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 sources of advice and campus services, weekly workshops, formal and informal mentoring, and providing a space for study. For information call 824-1142 or visit http://www.transfercenter.uci.edu/.

Veteran Services

Located in G304 Student Center, Veteran Services provides a welcoming environment for veterans, reservists, and their dependents. The center submits entitlement requests for new and continuing students, answers any questions concerning educational benefits, and provides resources to assist veterans in navigating their transition to civilian and student life. For more information, visit http://www.veteran.uci.edu or call 949-824-3500.

 

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