Campus Assist List

Fresh Basic Needs Hub logo
Address:
FRESH Basic Needs Hub

CalFresh is part of the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/food stamps program helping eligible low-income people to purchase the food they need.

Students can meet with a representative from the OC Second Harvest Food Bank on campus at the FRESH Basic Needs Hub to help with the application process. Students may qualify if they are a U.S. citizen or Legal Permanent Resident, enrolled at least half time as a student and they meet one of the following conditions: employed at least 20 hours a week, already receive work-study or CalWorks, receive CalGrant A/B, care for a young child, or do not intend to register for the next school term.

For more information on Second Harvest application assistance, visit https://www.feedoc.org/get-help/calfresh-assistance/.

For more information on the CalFresh program, visit http://www.calfresh.ca.gov/ or call the California Food Stamp Information Line at (877) 847-FOOD (3663).

Basic Needs / Financial, Food
Updated: Jan 2019
Phone:
(949) 824-0101
Email:

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.

Academic, Advising/Counseling, Basic Needs / Financial, Food, Housing, Income Assistance, Social Services, Health / Medical, Insurance, Mental Health / Therapy, Consultation, Individual
Updated: Dec 2018

Up to $2,000 grant available to currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate a financial crisis affecting access to housing, food, medical or mental health care. Prior to applying, any and all case-specific, University interventions should be utilized first (e.g., fee deadline extensions, payment plans, rent deferment, emergency loans, emergency meals).

Mental Health / Therapy, Addiction, Family & Children, Domestic Violence, Individual, Inpatient Treatment, Outpatient Program, LGBTQ+, Health / Medical, Medication/Prescriptions, Basic Needs / Financial, Food, Housing, Income Assistance, Rental/Utility Assistance, Therapy/Counseling
Updated: Sep 2020
Fresh Basic Needs Hub logo
Address:
FRESH Basic Needs Hub
4079 Mesa Road (in Parking Lot 5)
Phone:
(949) 824-0607
Email:

Student-initiated effort promotiong equitable access to basic needs. Food panty providing free basic emergency food supplies, consulstative services, workshops and resource information.

Health / Medical, Health Education, Basic Needs / Financial, Food, Income Assistance
Updated: Jun 2020
Anteater Express logo

Shuttles run on-campus throughout the day and evening. Free to students and staff with UCI ID card. See website and phone apps for routes and ride times.

Basic Needs / Financial, Transportation
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
101 Aldrich Hall
Phone:
(949) 824-2455
Email:

For all services related to student billing, including ZOT Accounts, late fees, financial holds, past-due balance, payment arrangements (PACE Payment Plan), refunds, written-off balance, and collections.

Income Assistance
Updated: Oct 2018
UCI Division of Career pathways logo
Phone:
(949) 824‑6881
Email:

Division of Career Pathways’s FAQ page for campus jobs and link to Handshake, UCI’s job search site.

Career/Job Development
Updated: Jun 2019
UCI Division of Career pathways logo
Address:
100 Student Services I
Phone:
(949) 824-6881

Career decision-making and career planning. Individual career counseling, workshops, career programs, fairs, employment opportunities and graduate and professional school information.

Career/Job Development
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
501 Adobe Circle Road
Phone:
(949) 824-2100

Child care services for children of students, staff and faculty. Subsidized care may be available to qualifying UCI students.

Full-day programs available to children of students, staff and faculty:

  • Infant Toddler Center (age 3-36 months)
  • Children’s Center (age 2.5 to kindergarten)
  • Extended Day Center (age 5-12 years)

Programs open to community (priority given to students, staff and faculty)

  • Early Childhood Education Center (full-day program, age 2 to kindergarten)
  • Verano Preschool (half-day program, age 2.5 to kindergarten)
Basic Needs / Financial, Child Care
Updated: Oct 2018
Child Development School top website banner
Address:
19722 Macarthur Boulevard, Irvine
Phone:
(949) 824-1800

Clinic, outpatient services, specialized school and support groups for parents of children with ADHD, behavioral issues or other learning difficulties.

Child Care, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children
Updated: Jan 2019
UCI Division of Continuing Education
Address:
510 East Peltason Drive
Phone:
(949) 824-5414

Certificates and specialized studies programs on campus and online for working professionals seeking career advancement and personal enrichment.

Career/Job Development
Updated: Jun 2019
Address:
102 Aldrich Hall
Phone:
(949) 824-8262

Financial aid office serving prospective, undergraduate, graduate, teacher education, School of Business, School of Law and School of Medicine students. Counselors can provide assistance during the application process.

Basic Needs / Financial, Income Assistance
Updated: Nov 2018
Address:
3100 Gateway Study Center
Phone:
(949) 824-3849
Email:

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.

Career/Job Development, Academic, Support, Advising/Counseling
Updated: Mar 2020
Person holding a University Pass
Address:
200 Public Services Building
Phone:
(949) 824-7275

UCI students and campus employees are eligible for a discounted OC Bus annual pass. One-time fee of $169 for unlimited use through June 30. (80% discount over monthly passes.)

Basic Needs / Financial, Transportation
Updated: Jan 2019
Student Housing logo
Address:
G458 Student Center
Phone:
(949) 824-6811
Email:

Freshmen residence halls, academic and Greek theme houses, undergraduate apartments and graduate apartments.

Basic Needs / Financial, Housing
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
200 Public Services Building
Phone:
(949) 824-7275

UC Irvine’s parking office. Includes sustainable transportation information on carpooling, vanpooling, UCI Medical Center shuttle, commute by train, OC Bus University Pass and Zipcar.

Basic Needs / Financial, Transportation
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Parking lot of UCI Anaheim Family Health Center, Anaheim
300 West Carl Karcher Way
Email:

In collaboration with the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, the UCI Mobile Food Pantry gives away fresh fruits and vegetables on the first Saturday of each month at 9:00AM-11:00AM (Santa Ana) and the third Friday of each month at 4:00PM-9:00PM (Anaheim).

Basic Needs / Financial, Food
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Parking lot of UCI Health Family Health Center, Santa Ana
800 North Main Street
Email:

In collaboration with the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, the UCI Mobile Food Pantry gives away fresh fruits and vegetables on the first Saturday of each month at 9:00AM-11:00AM (Santa Ana) and the third Friday of each month at 4:00PM-9:00PM (Anaheim).

Basic Needs / Financial, Food
Updated: Oct 2018
Children sitting on a University Montessori sign
Address:
101 Russell Place, Irvine
Phone:
(949) 854-6030

Montessori school located in University Hills. Priority placement to staff, faculty and students. Other locations in University Park, West Park and Northwood Point neighborhoods.

Basic Needs / Financial, Child Care
Updated: Jan 2019