The Counseling Center is the primary agency for mental health counseling for UCI undergraduate and graduate students. We strive to assist students with their academic success by facilitating optimal mental health and personal growth. The Center’s short-term services are available and free of charge to currently registered students. Students requiring long term or more extensive services are referred to appropriate community providers.
If you are concerned about your child's mental health and mental well-being you can call our office and ask to consult with our urgent care therapist. Please note that due to privacy and confidentiality laws, we are not able to disclose whether or not your child has had contact with our office without written authorization. However, we will do what we can to provide information and resources to help guide parents in providing support to their child.
If you are concerned about your child’s mental health and mental well-being you can call our office and ask to consult with our urgent care therapist. We can provide information and resources to help guide parents in providing support to their child.
For more information about our services check out our website at www.counseling.uci.edu or call our front office at 949-824-6457 today.
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Division of Career Pathways
The Division of Career Pathways (DCP) has a dedicated team of career educators, employer relations staff and peer advisors to partner with your student in their career exploration, development of professional skills, and to answer any career-related concerns. We are excited to support your student as new additions to our Anteater family.
DCP SERVICES & PROGRAMS
The mission of DCP is to educate and engage UCI students to realize their career potential. We do this by assisting students with concerns regarding: career exploration, decision making, self-marketing, job search, and applying to graduate or professional school.
DCP offers many programs and services to support students:
Online technologies to support job/internship search (Handshake), resume development (VMock), and interview preparation (Big Interview)
Student Services Overview
The Division of Career Pathways is hosting a series of live “office hours” through Zoom where you can learn more about our services and ask career-related questions. Here are the dates and times of these sessions and the links to register for them:
LARC offers a variety of student programs including: Supplemental Instruction Tutorials, Drop-In Tutoring, Academic Learning Skills Workshops, Individual Academic Learning Skills Consultations, and Leadership Development Opportunities. Through our services students of all academic learning abilities and levels gain the ability to apply concepts, synthesize ideas, create study tools/ strategies, discuss questions regarding course content and material, to ultimately become independent with their own learning.
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships (OFAS) provides resources and services to assist students and their families with grants, scholarships, work study and loans. All eligible students and families can receive some type of financial assistance.
The Office of the Campus Social Worker provides short-term resource referral and long-term case management support for students who are facing psychosocial stressors that are impacting the student's overall well-being.
Is your student participating in remote learning this fall? Would you like to know how best to support your student at home as they learn remotely? Watch this video for tips from counselors in Student Success Initiatives: