Campus Student Services
UCI supports the intellectual, personal, social and professional development of all students by providing resources that help enhance academic success and prepare students for leadership roles in a diverse, dynamic and global society. Campus centers address a range of needs, including multicultural issues and opportunities for students with disabilities.
Campus Student Services Centers
GRADUATE AND POSTDOCTORAL RESOURCE CENTER
The GPSRC exists to enrich the experiences of our graduate and postdoc community by providing coordinated services, events, programs, information and support. The GRC also serves as a meeting place for students to relax, interact with other students, plan events, share ideas, network and develop friendly relationships.
The Cross-Cultural Center provides programs, activities and forums that reach out to UCI faculty, staff and students, and promote the understanding and awareness of multicultural issues
DISABILITY SERVICES CENTER
At UC Irvine, providing equal opportunities for students with disabilities is a campuswide responsibility and commitment. The Disability Services Center provides and coordinates support services and programs that enable students with disabilities to realize their educational potential. It serves as a resource for the entire university, so that students with disabilities can freely and actively participate in all facets of campus life.
The International Center provides support for the academic goals and objectives of international students, faculty and researchers, and provides quality services that promote intercultural understanding.
LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER (LGBT) RESOURCE CENTER
The LGBT Resource Center promotes a safe and welcoming environment for UCIrvine’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex and ally communities. It also creates opportunities for leadership, personal development and mentoring by establishing programs and services aimed at eliminating heterosexism, homophobia and gender identity oppression.
UCIrvine welcomes and encourages members of our military to pursue graduate study at our campus. Veterans Services provides veterans, reservists, and their dependents assistance in obtaining the educational benefits earned through your military service. The office is responsible for submitting benefit requests for new and continuing students to the V.A., as well as answering any questions veteran students or dependents may have concerning their educational benefits.
Students with Disabilities
UC Irvine Graduate Division collaborates with our campus partners to ensure accessibility for our students who have disabilities and provide support in their academic endeavors. The Graduate Division will also work with academic programs to provide disability accommodations, as appropriate, when recommended by the Disabilities Services Centers.
The following links are information and resources for students with disabilities:
- The Disabilities Services Center provides services to students who experience any type of disability. We encourage you to contact the DSC as soon as possible to learn about the available resources.
- The UC Irvine Graduate Division provides internal diversity fellowship opportunities for students of diverse backgrounds, who have faced significant obstacles to academic achievement, designed to help them focus on their research and academic progress by eliminating the need for employment.
- The Gordon Hein Scholarship is for Ph.D. or master’s degree students (except those enrolled in self-supporting programs) who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement, have financial need, and are blind or legally blind.
The University of California, Irvine, in accordance with applicable Federal and State law and University policy, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, pregnancy, disability, age, medical condition (cancer-related), ancestry, marital status, citizenship, sexual orientation, or status as a Vietnam-era veteran or special disabled veteran. This nondiscrimination policy covers admission, access, and treatment in University programs and activities.