Campus Perks & Services

Law students can benefit from services at the Law School and on Main Campus. Below you will find a variety of resources that we encourage you to take advantage of. Our Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Inclusive Excellence is our liaison to each of these offices, so please be in touch if you need any additional assistance! You can also learn more about services on campus by visiting the UCI Graduate Division page or the UCI Student Life and Leadership page.

Academic Integrity and Student Contact Office

The Office of Academic Integrity & Student Conduct is responsible for ensuring that students comply with and understand university policies related to academic integrity and student conduct by promoting student learning and development.

Anteater Recreation Center (ARC)

Visit the Anteater Recreation Center if you want to work out, join an intramural team, or take a fitness class.

UCI Basic Needs Center & Food Security

The UCI Basic Needs Center is committed to fulfilling the basic needs of all students, which include food security for all students. All information is kept confidential. The offer an array of services including:

For a full list of services and programs available at the Basic Needs Center, please visit their website.

Need more support? Have questions?
Email: or call/text: (949) 473-2806 

Counseling Center

All UCI Law students are welcome to use the Counseling Center on campus. Please see the Counseling Center website for details about their services. You can also view our UCI Law Mental Health Resource page for more specific details about resources they provide for law students. 

Cultural Connections

The Cross-Cultural Center on campus is dedicated to social justice, intellectual exchange, and community engagement. The staff can help connect you to cultural resources on campus.

The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Center is a safe place for all students, regardless of sexual and gender identities. It offers a variety of services, events throughout the year, and supports several student organizations. Furthermore, it has a SAFE Zone training that you should consider participating in, especially as rising leaders in the legal community. Look for the Safe Zone placards posted in many of our administrative offices in the law school.

Center for Black Cultures, Resources & Research focuses on inspiring students to work to raise up our community through service, science, sacrifice, and inspiration. The center provides a safe, vibrant, inclusive, culturally supportive, and socio-ecologically sustainable space where Black students can thrive and reach for their highest potential, while focusing on health, wellness, vitality, and academic success.

Latinx Resource Center strives to raise awareness of social, political, economic, historical and cultural realities of the Chicanx/Latinx communities by offering resources, programs, and a space where culture and art are interconnected.

Dining on Campus

Through Hospitality and Dining Services, you can opt to purchase a meal plan for the traditional dining halls, invest in the Zot Bucks debit system, or pay out of pocket at restaurants on campus. There is a large variety of food options including Jamba Juice, Panda Express, Subway, and many more. There are several Starbucks locations on campus, including one across from MPAA, in the Paul Merage School of Business. Please find all dining options on this map.

DREAM Center

The DREAM Center is dedicated to serving the AB540 and undocumented student population through advocacy, guidance, and support. The programs and services are designed for students to achieve academic, personal, and professional excellence. The DREAM Center forms part of the Student Outreach and Retention (SOAR) Center.

International Center

The International Center promotes and facilitates international education by providing services to advance the university's mission and support the academic goals and objectives of international students, faculty, and researchers.

Sexual Harassment & Assault

If you or a friend are in immediate danger, please call 911. For additional sexual harassment or assault resources on campus, please see the Get Help page and The Sexual Harassment Officer page or watch this video.

Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP)

The University of California requires all students to have major medical health insurance as a non-academic condition of enrollment. All full and part-time students are assessed a USHIP/GSHIP fee and are automatically enrolled in, and charged for, the University of California Student Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP). If you are covered by another major medical health insurance policy, you may waive out of the SHIP health insurance by submitting a request online during the open waiver period. If approved, the waiver is in effect for the current term and the remainder of the academic year. A new waiver request must be submitted at the beginning of each academic year. Visit the UCI Student Health Services website for detailed information about the UC Irvine Health Insurance Plan.

Students with Children

The UCI Parent & Families Program provides resources and information to all students who are pregnant and parenting students, guardians, and caregivers.

Child Care Services wants you to participate in academic and co-curricular life at UCI, while knowing your children are cared for on campus. They offer a variety of different services. Please note that the services correspond with the quarter system calendar and not our semester calendar, so you will want to speak with the director of your child’s program about "banking" days. 

The City of Irvine provides additional resources and services through the Irvine Child Care Coordination Office.  Visit their site to learn more about child care off-campus.

As mentioned above, the Basic Needs Center offers a variety of services for students who are parents, including the Diaper Bank.

We have a lactation room available at the law school. For access to a key to this space and more information, reach out to Dr. Jennah Jones. For additional lactation spaces on main campus, please click here

Students With Disabilities

Students who experience all types of disabilities are eligible for support services. UCI’s Disability Services Center at UCI (DSC) provides a variety of services and accommodations. 

To request services or accommodations for the upcoming academic year, you must register with the Disability Services Center. To begin this process, please fill out the online intake form. You must also provide documentation verifying your disability. Detailed information about necessary documentation can be found on DSC’s web site.  

After you submit the intake form, a DSC staff member will contact you within 5 business days to make an appointment with the Law School Disability Counselor. If you have any questions, please contact the DSC at or 949-824-7494.

If you have any questions about this process, you may also contact Dean Kyle Jones.

Sustainability Resource Center

The UCI Sustainability Resource Center provides resources, education, and programming to forward environmental balance, economic vitality, and social equity. 


Veteran Services is dedicated to meeting the needs of all veterans, reservists, and their dependents. It provides assistance in obtaining educational benefits, offers numerous resources, and hosts programs such as the Veteran Appreciation Dinner. 

Wellness Spaces

Student Wellness Room

The Student Wellness Room is a dedicated space that provides a peaceful and supportive environment where students can prioritize their mental health and self-care. Unwind and rejuvenate in a cozy and calm environment with amenities that include a massage chair, bean bag chairs, yoga mats, and meditation cushions. The Wellness Room is also stocked with coloring supplies and activities such as Legos, Play-Doh, origami, and friendship bracelets to help you find your inner peace and achieve optimal well-being.

Schedule a massage chair appointment on the Student Portal, under Wellness & Inclusivity. A deep tissue massager is also available for check out at the front desk.

Visit the Student Wellness Room in the Dean's Suite, Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 4:45pm. 

Meditation Room

The Meditation Room is a private space that provides a safe and quiet place where you can rejuvenate your mind and enhance your overall well-being. Step into the meditation room to relax, de-stress, and find your inner peace during your busy day.

The meditation room is open Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 5:00pm, and is located on the second floor of the MPAA building, suite 210.

Womxn's Center for Success 

The Womxn's Center for Success at UC Irvine is dedicated to empowering students by creating a community that pursues gender equity and social justice, fosters personal growth, encourages identity development, and offers access to resources that support holistic wellness. Some resources that are available through the Womxn's Center for Success are lactation/wellness room, menstruation products, FRESH Basic Needs snacks, STI prevention items, and much more. Please visit their website for a list of their upcoming events and how you can get involved.