Advocacy  |  Awareness  |  Empowerment

Location

G319 Student Center
Irvine, CA 92697

We are located on the 3rd floor of the Student Center building, right off of Ring Road, and above Zot N’ Go. We are open from 8:00am-5:00pm, Monday thru Friday.

 

 

Upcoming Events

Nov
30
Wed
Wednesday Wellness Walks – UCI Ecological Preserve @ Meet Outside of Zot N' Go
Nov 30 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Wednesday Wellness Walks are a bi-weekly walking excursion to local points of interest near UCI. We’ll visit various parks and nature preserves that are right here in our backyard, all while incorporating mindfulness and ecological education! The walks are open to all students, faculty, and staff. Go at your own pace and feel free to leave at any time if you have mobility limitations or other obligations.

We meet at 11:30am in front of the Zot N’ Go and then embark on our journey. If there are any questions, please contact Doug Everhart at everhart@uci.edu.

  • October 5: UCI Aldrich Park
  • October 19: Mason Park
  • November 2: UCI Arboretum & Marsh
  • November 16: San Joaquin Wildlife Preserve
  • November 30: UCI Ecological Preserve
Dec
1
Thu
World AIDS Day Tabling @ Ring Road (Outside Student Center)
Dec 1 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Please visit the CSWHP, Planned Parenthood, and the LGBTRC on Ring Road across from the Hill and Starbucks to learn about the importance of World AIDS Day and why we celebrate it every year.  It is a day of remembrance for those we lost to AIDS and a celebration for those who survived.  It is also important to remind folx to please get tested for HIV and other STI’s, wear condoms and other protective barriers, and reduce the stigma around STI’s, testing, and treatment.  Come grab some condoms, red ribbon pins, and resources and play a couple games.

Dec
6
Tue
De-Stress Fest! (Free Snacks & Therapy Dogs) @ Ring Road (Outside Student Center)
Dec 6 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

It’s finals week and we know y’all are stressed. We’re here to help! Come out to our De-Stress Fest event happening on Tuesday (the 6th) and Wednesday (the 7th) for some free snacks, beverages, and of course everyone’s favorite, Therapy Dogs! We’ll be out on Ring Road near the Student Center from 11:00am-2:00pm. Take some time and rejuvenate both physically and mentally before tackling the rest of your exams, papers, and projects. Already done with your finals? Than come celebrate with a little treat and a furry congratulations from our Therapy Dogs.

 

Dec
7
Wed
De-Stress Fest! (Free Snacks & Therapy Dogs) @ Ring Road (Outside Student Center)
Dec 7 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

It’s finals week and we know y’all are stressed. We’re here to help! Come out to our De-Stress Fest event happening on Tuesday (the 6th) and Wednesday (the 7th) for some free snacks, beverages, and of course everyone’s favorite, Therapy Dogs! We’ll be out on Ring Road near the Student Center from 11:00am-2:00pm. Take some time and rejuvenate both physically and mentally before tackling the rest of your exams, papers, and projects. Already done with your finals? Than come celebrate with a little treat and a furry congratulations from our Therapy Dogs.

 

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Signature Programs

Step Up!

Step Up! See Something, Say Something, Do Something! UCI Logo

A program to encourage students, faculty and staff to be proactive bystanders when they see something they are concerned about or see someone in need. With everyone’s help, we can create and maintain the safe and supportive campus environment we all want to be a part of. Step Up UCI!

Behind Happy Faces

behind happy faces

Behind Happy Faces is a highly interactive and engaging program that is designed to encourage and empower students to share, talk and support each other as they navigate the challenging topic of mental health vs. mental illness.