Further information about these offices and associated resources is pending – please visit this page again soon for more information.

 

Student Services and Resources

NameUCI Campus Assault Resources and Education (CARE)
Location:  G320 Student Center
Contact: (949) 824‑7273

UCI CARE provides free and confidential support services to members of the UCI community impacted by sexual assault, relationship abuse, family violence and/or stalking.  UCI CARE aims to end these forms of power-based personal violence by engaging the campus community in education, programming, and transformative action.

Resources:

  • Answering questions
  • Providing information about rights and options
  • Title IX investigation support & accompaniment
  • Medical accompaniment
  • Safety planning
  • Accompaniment to meetings and interviews with law enforcement
  • Group Counseling
  • Personal safety and self-defense workshops
  • Holistic Healing (yoga, art, music, horticulture, etc.)
  • Partners Retreat
  • More resources here

The UCI CARE on Facebook

NameUCI Center for Black Cultures, Resources and Research (CBCRR)
Location:  UCI Student Center Annex
Contact: (949) 824-2000

Resources:

  • Counseling Services
  • Tutoring Guidance
  • CBCRR Resource Library
  • Check other services and resources here

The  UCI CBCRR on Facebook

NameUCI Counseling Center
Location:  203 Student Services 1
Contact: (949) 824-6457

Resources:

  • Resources for managing stress and assessing wellness
  • Online Mental Health Screenings
  • Self-assessment tools and fact sheets on mental health
  • Counseling Center Village – information on a wide array of mental health issues
  • Free and confidential services
  • Designated Psychologist
  • Videos and blogs about mental health

Upcoming Trainings:

Learn skills to respond to an individual who is distressed or who is causing distress by registering for one, two, or all three free educational workshops. Although these trainings are focused on learning how to help students, these same skills can be used to help a colleague or peer in distress.

QPR Suicide Prevention Training
Tuesday, January 22, 2019; 12-1: 30 pm; Doheny Beach B

Managing Distressed & Disruptive Students 
Wednesday, January 23, 2019; 12-1: 30 pm; Doheny Beach B

Step Up! UCI Bystander Intervention Training 
Thursday, January 24, 2019; 12-1: 30 pm; Doheny Beach B

*** Register via The Learning Center by following this link: http://www.uclc.uci.edu/ and search the word “distress” ***

The UCI Counseling Center on Facebook

NameUCI Cross-Cultural Center
Location:  Student Services Building 1
Contact: (949) 824-7215

Resources:

  • Marketing & Publicity
  • Guidance and support to your organization’s programming needs
  • Guidance with Funding Opportunities
  • Critical Consciousness Speaker Series
  • Careers and Social Justice Series
  • Multicultural Leadership Retreat (MLR)
  • Social Justice in Action Series
  • Queer & Race Series
  • Across the Bridge: Diversity Dialogue Series
  • Community Roots Festival
  • Activating Community Through Initiative, Vision, and Empowerment (ACTIVE) training
  • Professional Development for Student Leaders Series

The UCI CRCC on Facebook

NameUCI Disability Services Center (DSC)
Location:  100 Disability Services Center – Building #313
Contact: (949) 824-7494

ZotAbility Ally Student Training  

Our mission is to empower students to maximize their abilities to thrive in today’s global community.

At the University of California, Irvine, providing a culture of inclusion and equal opportunity for students with disabilities is a campus wide responsibility and commitment. UCI demonstrates its core values of individual growth, development,  civility, and diversity by recognizing students with disabilities as an important part of its student body.

Core Competencies

  • Strive to create a culture of inclusion and access to all UCI programs, services, activities, events, and facilities for students with disabilities.
  • Form partnerships with the University community to design and implement an inclusive, equitable and accessible UCI environment.
  • Promote increased awareness of disability as diversity on campus.
  • Provide reasonable accommodations, and related disability services to UCI students, Continuing Education, Summer Session students, and other program participants.
  • Collaborate with faculty/staff in the provision of reasonable accommodations and services.
  • Support and advise academic and administrative departments regarding accessibility to physical and online environments.
  • Monitor campus compliance with requirements under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act as Amended (ADAAA).
  • Consult with campus community about disability compliance or concerns.

Resources:

  • Pre-admission and pre-enrollment planning
  • Priority registration for classes
  • Disability management counseling
  • Liaison to faculty
  • Notification to your professors that you have a disability (only upon your request)
  • Specialized individual or group orientation to campus
  • Advice on classroom accommodations
  • Assistance to faculty and staff to work effectively with students with disabilities
  • Tutoring referral
  • Assistive technology (e.g., note-taking tools, text-to-speech software, etc.)
  • Liaison with the California Department of Rehabilitation
  • Maintenance of a loan library of resources including product catalogs and lists of organizations
  • Use of the adaptive technologies stations located in the UCI Libraries
  • Specialized resources here

The UCI DSC on Facebook

Name:  UCI DREAM Center
Location:  4079 Mesa Road, Irvine 92617
Contact: (949) 824-6390 or dream@uci.edu

The Dreamers’ Resource Office is dedicated to serving the AB540 and undocumented student population through advocacy, guidance, and support. The programs and services are designed for students to achieve academic, personal, and professional excellence.

Resources:

  • Legal Support and Referrals
  • Emergency Food and Housing
  • Student Wellness Support & Emotional Support
  • Academic Consultations
  • General Consultations
  • Scholarship Assistance
  • Financial Aid Guidance
  • Ally Training

WINTER 2019 
UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT ALLY TRAINING

Become an ally to our undocumented student community at UC Irvine

Attend this training at the UCI DREAM Center to learn about student experiences, effective ally approaches, and the legal context impacting this growing student population.

Session 1
Friday, Jan. 25, 2019
10 am – 3 pm
ACRC Community Space (Mesa Court Parking Lot 5)
Register by 5 pm, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019

Session 2
Friday, Feb. 22, 2019
10 am – 3 pm
ACRC Community Space (Mesa Court Parking Lot 5)
Register by 5 pm, Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019

To register, please complete this form at:
https://tinyurl.com/uci-allytraining

The UCI Dreamers on Facebook

NameUCI Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center
Location:  G301 UCI Student Center
Contact: (949) 824-3277 or lgbtrc@uci.edu

The UCI Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center provides a wide range of education and advocacy services supporting intersectional identity development. We foster community, wellness, an open and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, transgender, queer, asexual, ally, and questioning students, faculty, staff, and the larger campus community. We strive to develop an atmosphere of acceptance and wellbeing in which the campus community can support the academic mission of the university.

Resources:

  • Academic Consultations
  • General Consultations
  • Emergency Food and Housing
  • Student Wellness Support & Emotional Support
  • Scholarship Assistance
  • Financial Aid Guidance
  • Safe Zone Training
  • David Bohnett Cyber Center

Safe Zone Winter 2019 – Wednesday, February 27, 2019: An interactive and comprehensive workshop to provide education about the LGBTQ+ identities and terminology, the experiences of the LGBTQ+ community, and provide some tools to begin and/or continue your practice of allyship!
RSVP:  https://goo.gl/forms/4dXpNl5f2kp6CwLn1

The UCI LGBTRC on Facebook

NameUCI Veteran Services
Location:  G306 UCI Student Center
Contact: (949) 824-3500 or veteran@uci.edu

Resources:

  • Submitting entitlement requests for new and continuing students to the VA
  • Answering any questions veteran students or dependents may have concerning their educational benefits
  • Providing resources and programs to assist veterans in navigating their transition to civilian and student life
  • Veteran Appreciation Dinner
  • Veterans in Higher Ed
  • “Veterans on Campus” eCourse on UCLC (UCI Learning Center)
  • Vet Net Ally Training

The UCI Veteran Services on Facebook

NameUCI Womxn’s Center (W-HUB)
Location:  Cross Cultural Center Main Floor
Contact: (949) 824-6000 or whub@uci.edu

The Mission of the Womxn’s Hub at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) aims to advance equality and access to resources for all women, across lines of ethnicity, gender identity, religion, orientation and social class. We want to accomplish this by promoting community consciousness, social justice initiatives and individual growth for all women at UCI.

Resources:

  • Hot tea and chocolate
  • Condom dispenser
  • Counseling services
  • Faculty In-residence
  • Professional workshops
  • and…Great place to just be. 
  • Request W-HUB Workshops

The UCI Womxn’s HUB on Facebook

Campus Ally and Awareness Resources 

Title:  AB540 and Undocumented Student Ally Training 
Sponsor:  UCI DREAM Center

Workshop and/or program description:
The AB540 and Undocumented Student Ally Training aims to inform faculty and staff how to create a welcoming and supportive campus environment for immigrant students. The training consists of discussions about the policies and laws that are currently affecting students, followed by a student panel and a hands-on activity on how we can best serve UC Irvine students.
To RSVP, please visit: TBA. For additional information, please email UCI DREAM Center Assistant Director Oscar Teran at terano@uci.edu.

WINTER 2019 
UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT ALLY TRAINING

Become an ally to our undocumented student community at UC Irvine

Attend this training at the UCI DREAM Center to learn about student experiences, effective ally approaches, and the legal context impacting this growing student population.

Session 1
Friday, Jan. 25, 2019
10 am – 3 pm
ACRC Community Space (Mesa Court Parking Lot 5)
Register by 5 pm, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019

Session 2
Friday, Feb. 22, 2019
10 am – 3 pm
ACRC Community Space (Mesa Court Parking Lot 5)
Register by 5 pm, Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019

To register, please complete this form at:
https://tinyurl.com/uci-allytraining

Title:  Activating Community Through Initiative, Vision, and Empowerment (ACTIVE)
Sponsor:  UCI Cross-Cultural Center

Request a peer dialogue workshop for your organization or group on diversity and social justice topics. Students in the ACTIVE Program are trained to facilitate the following workshops centered around diversity, social justice, and critical consciousness.

Title: TBA Workshops Winter and Spring 2019
Sponsor: DECADE
Date:  TBA
Time: TBA
Location: TBA
Audience: Graduate Students

Title:  ZotAbility Ally Training
Sponsor:  UCI Disability Services Center (DSC)

ZotAbility Ally Faculty & Staff Training – Multipurpose Science and Technology Building (MSTB), Room 112

ZotAbility Ally Student Training  – Multipurpose Science and Technology Building (MSTB), Room 112

Title: “Disparities in Healthcare” (PH91), aka Diversity in Medicine
Sponsor:  UCI Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity (OEOD)
Date: Winter Quarter 2019
Time:  Wednesdays, 5pm-6:50pm
Location: HG 1800

UC Irvine’s “Public Health 91: Disparities in Healthcare”, also referred to as Diversity in Medicine (DIM).  Our goal is to spread awareness about different populations that face disparities in healthcare to promote culturally competent healthcare providers and community members. We hold a course every Winter quarter with speakers from the medical field to share their personal experiences and expertise working with stigmatized groups ranging from patients with HIV/AIDS to patients with Autism (for more information, check out our Lectures page).

Workshop and/or program description:
A Green Dot is any choice, behavior, or action that promotes safety for everyone and communicates intolerance for power-based personal violence in our UC Irvine community. A Green Dot is ANYTHING you can do to make our community safer.

Sponsor:  UCI CARE (Campus Assault Resources & Education

1.Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program
Date: February 6, 2019
Time: 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Location: UCI Student Center, Doheny Beach CD
Registration:  bitly.com/ucigreendot
Audience: STUDENTS
***This interactive training is for students who are interested in learning how to end violence on our campus. Meet other students, gain tangible skills, and learn how to make a difference at UCI and in your community. The training is free and dinner will be provided.

2.Lunch & Learn: Green Dot for Faculty & Staff 
Date: March 5, 2019
Time: 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Location: TBD
RSVP via email: care@uci.edu
Audience: FACULTY AND STAFF
***Faculty and Staff are an incredibly important part of violence prevention efforts at UCI given the unique access to individual students, student organizations and teams, and partnerships with colleagues. For that reason, CARE wants to provide faculty and staff with clear, practical and adaptable actions that you can take to communicate the message that members of the UCI community do not tolerate violence. A toolkit containing strategies will be provided to participants.

3.Take Back the Night
Date: Wednesday, April 17
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Flagpoles
RSVP via email: care@uci.edu
Audience: Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni, General Public
***Take Back the Night is a campus-wide event featuring keynote speakers, a candlelight march, interactive visual displays, musical and artistic performances and a public speak-out from survivors of sexual violence. The event aims to raise awareness about sexual violence, engage the community in prevention efforts, and offer support and respect to survivors.

Title:  Managing Distress in the University Community
Sponsor:  UCI Counseling Center

Learn skills to respond to an individual who is distressed or who is causing distress by registering for one, two, or all three free educational workshops. Although these trainings are focused on learning how to help students, these same skills can be used to help a colleague or peer in distress

QPR Suicide Prevention Training
Tuesday, January 22, 2019; 12-1: 30 pm; Doheny Beach B

Managing Distressed & Disruptive Students 
Wednesday, January 23, 2019; 12-1: 30 pm; Doheny Beach B

Step Up! UCI Bystander Intervention Training 
Thursday, January 24, 2019; 12-1: 30 pm; Doheny Beach B

Register now and make a positive impact on the lives of students, staff, and faculty. 

Register via The Learning Center by following this link: http://www.uclc.uci.edu/ and search the word “distress

Title:  Safe Zone Training
Sponsor:  UCI Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Transgender Resource Center (LGBTRC)
Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM – 1:45 PM
Location: Cross Cultural Center, Ring Room
RSVP: https://goo.gl/forms/4dXpNl5f2kp6CwLn1
Audience: STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF

Workshop and/or program description:
Safe Zone is a symbol of the University of California, Irvine’s commitment to diversity and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community on campus.  Open to any campus affiliate, the program trains individuals to identify as Allies that are informed, supportive, and affirming of the LGBTQA community at UC Irvine.  Safe Zone creates a more welcoming campus climate for LGBTQ and Ally faculty, staff, and students.  Sponsored by the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center, the program fosters a community network that embraces sexual and gender diversity.

Title:  “Veterans on Campus” eCourse on UCLC (UCI Learning Center)
Sponsor:  UCI Veterans Services Center
Date:  Available anytime
Duration:  1 hour

Workshop and/or program description:
This interactive program will develop your ability to recognize the signs of distress, approach students you are worried about, and refer students to appropriate support services. To increase the safety net for our students, we encourage all faculty and staff to participate.

 
  
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