Student Affairs is dedicated to enriching the student experience from outreach and orientation through graduation by providing comprehensive programs, services, and opportunities for students. The Division also serves to promote the general welfare of the campus community within the framework of the UCI values of respect, intellectual curiosity, integrity, commitment, empathy, appreciation and fun.
On-campus resource for the university’s compliance with federal and state laws and university policies and procedures regarding discrimination, retaliation and sexual harassment. OEOD responds to, investigates, and/or seeks resolution to allegations of discrimination and sexual harassment, which include sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, and stalking.
The University of California, Irvine FRESH Basic Needs Hub is a student-initiated effort that promotes equitable access to basic needs through student empowerment, community collaboration, and institutional integration. FRESH offers emergency food and toiletries, connects students to critical on and off-campus resources, and provides educational opportunities for students to take personal responsibility for their wellness and the well-being of their communities.
On-campus resource that The Office of the Ombudsman 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.
If you have been accused of sexual violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and dating/domestic violence or stalking, there are campus services available to help you understand your rights and the investigation and adjudication processes.
Explain and help you navigate the investigation and adjudication processes, including formal hearings
Refer you to campus and community resources, such as for psychological counseling, legal services (including help understanding and complying with protection orders), alternative housing, academic changes and other needs
Assist with securing an interpreter or translator, if needed
It is important to note that respondent services coordinators are not legally required to maintain confidentiality. However, as a general practice, the coordinators will request signed consent from you before disclosing personally identifiable information.
Non-profit agency that provides free legal advice, counseling and representation on civil matters (not including divorce). Provides services to low-income individuals and seniors age 60+ in Orange County and portions of southeast and south-central Los Angeles County.
Orange County Bar Association’s non-profit legal referral service. Prospective clients receive a free, brief consultation to review the legal issues and discuss fees. Administrative fee of $25 charged for first referral in one area of law. Also offers Modest Means program. Bilingual services provided.
Provides free civil legal services, including counseling, individual representation, community education, and strategic litigation and advocacy. Provides several community services and legal clinics throughout Orange County. Also offers Southeast Asian Legal Outreach Project (SEALOP) and AIDS Legal Assistance Project (ALAP).