Navigate through this list of various academic, career, wellness and financial resources that can be found across campus and online!
Need help writing your paper? Check out the Writing Center for a variety of tutoring services and workshops in writing and communication. Through this resource, you have access to a peer tutor, email consults and a writing specialist to give you feedback and guidance in the writing process.
Need a quiet place to study on campus? The study space locator provides quiet places to study across campus. Some of options include the Science Library, Langson Library, and other rooms that allow for group study.
OAI was created to recruit, retain, and graduate talented students from historically excluded populations who are currently underrepresented in Engineering and ICS. OAI offers a vast variety of resources from free tutoring, workshops, and research opportunities and so much more!
UCI CAMP strengthens STEM pathways for students from underrepresented populations by providing resources, opportunities, and information that focuses on how to successfully navigate science and engineering.
UCI Division of Career Pathways provides an extensive amount of services for undergraduate students and alumni for the attainment of career goals and success. Some of these services include job & internships postings, career fairs, workshops, info sessions and webinars!
UCI CARE Office provides free and confidential support services to members of the UCI community impacted by sexual assault, relationship abuse, family violence, and/or stalking.
UCI Be Well is an online tool for searching for UCI Wellness Programs and initiatives for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff. It combines a variety of workshops, programs, and services for counseling and basic needs all in one place.
UCI Counseling Center provides a vast array of resources that promote wellbeing and optimal mental health for the betterment of academic success, personal growth and capacity to cope with various stressors. Watch this video to see which services are right for you to get started!
UCI Disability Services Center provides a culture of inclusion and equal opportunity for students with disability across campus. The DSC provides a variety of accommodations, including individual support services and auxiliary aids for example.
Navigate this page for resources and information regarding the COVID-19 virus. In this list you will find vaccination resources, updated polices, test resources and more!
Financial Resources & Scholarships
UCI FRESH Basic Needs Hub is a student-initiated effort that promotes equitable access to basic needs through student empowerment, community collaboration, and institutional integration.
CalFresh is a nutrition assistance program sponsored by the USDA that helps people purchase healthy foods. The program issues monthly electronic benefits on an EBT card that can be used at most grocery stores and farmer's markets. Orange County Social Services Agency (OCSSA) is responsible for determining if an individual/household qualifies for CalFresh and individuals could receive up to $204/month in EBT benefits!
Immigrants Rising provides an extensive list of scholarships & fellowships specifically for undocumented students, who for the most part do not qualify for in-state and state-based financial aid. Click on the title and start applying!
Computers for Classrooms provides technology for low-income earners and other eligible candidates. Staff and volunteers process donated PC's for recycling and sales. They are then sold at a discount for those who are eligible. Click on the title to learn more!
UC Immigrant Legal Services provides free immigration related legal services to students, as well as their immediate family members (spouse, siblings, parents, children). Get in contact with the campus staff attorney Lucero Chavez Basilio for more information at email@example.com. or at firstname.lastname@example.org
HEEF's goal is to enhance educational opportunities and to improve students' educational experiences. The fund is a resource to academically talented Hispanic/Latino youth who need to overcome financial barriers to complete a college degree. Applications for 2022 scholarships are now live! Deadline is December 31st.
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) is seeking applicants for the 2022 sessions of the HACU National Internship Program (HNIP). This program offers students the opportunity to receive valuable work experience through paid internships at federal agencies and private corporations nationwide. Through our partnerships, HNIP has made over 14,000 internship placements throughout the country. Apply Now!