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Visit China this Summer

Interested in visiting China? Looking to increase your global competence and understanding of Chinese culture? Want to climb the Great Wall? The Cross-Cultural Center together with the Legends of China foundation proudly announce the 2013 The Silk Road to the Future program — Learn more

posted: 01/07/13 - 02/07/13

The Hill Coursebook Winter Quarter Returns

Winter Quarter Coursebooks will be returned beginning 5th week!
The Hill will be returning coursebooks beginning Monday, February 4.
posted: 01/30/13 - 02/04/13

› Plan your summer now!

Summer Session’s Preview of Courses is now available. Earn UCI units, fulfill GE requirements and make progress towards your degree this summer. Registration starts March 1st. Questions? (949) 824-6494 or summer-session@uci.edu. Like us on Facebook for up-to-date news and information!

Save money — UC students can take up to 10 units per Summer Session, but pay for only 8 units (note: other fees, such as the campus fee, course materials fees, and late fees still apply).

posted: 01/14/13 - 01/25/13

UCI Internship and Career Fair, Jan 24, 2013

A Career Fair is a one day event that provides students an opportunity to meet diverse employers looking to hire UCI students for full- or part-time employment or internships. Learn more.

posted: 01/01/13 - 01/24/13

› Community Service Opportunities

Join ASUCI's new community service commission, Anteaters in Action (AIA) in giving back to the community. With 200+ volunteers in Fall 2012, AIA made an impact in the OC community through fun events like the OC Walk for Autism Speaks, Boo at the Zoo, Juvenile Walk to Cure Diabetes and more.

For more info visit ASUCI-AIA or email Anteatersinaction@asuci.uci.edu

posted: 01/02/12 - 01/18/13

› Class Enrollment Window

Remember to sign up for classes. Enrollment by window ends on Dec 7 and Open enrollment begins on the same day. For those who wish to sign up for a high number of classes, the 18-unit undergraduate limit will be lifted Dec 20.

You must be enrolled by Dec 17 in the requisite number of units in order to receive financial aid.

For more information contact your counselor.

posted: 12/04/12 - 12/20/12

› Academic Honesty - A Reminder of Student Responsibilities

Students have responsibility for:

  • Refraining from cheating and plagiarism.
  • Refusing to aid or abet any form of academic dishonesty.
  • Notifying professors and/or appropriate administrative officials about observed incidents of academic misconduct. The anonymity of a student reporting an incident of academic dishonesty will be protected.
  • For details on UCI's policy on academic honesty, please see the UCI Catalogue or http://www.editor.uci.edu/catalogue/appx/appx.2.htm#gen0.
posted: 12/04/12 - 12/14/12

› ASUCI Fall 2012 Election Results

ASUCI Fall 2012 election results for Legislative Council have been revealed.


"The ASUCI Legislative Council branch is a representative body composed of elected or appointed students from each academic school... Legislative Council is responsible for approving the budget for the fiscal year, approving or rejecting any legislation that is brought to them, approving or rejecting the recommendations for amending the ASUCI Constitution, Legislative Council By-Laws, and the Elections Code."

To join a meeting contact ASUCI by calling 949-824-5547

posted: 12/05/12 - 12/14/12
Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

› Juggling Mathematics and Magic (a talk for undergraduates)

On Dec. 4, 2012, from 12:00 to 1:00pm in NS2 room 1201, the Math department will host a special seminar for undergraduates on “Juggling Mathematics and Magic”.

UCSD Prof. R. Graham, one of the world’s best known mathematicians and computer theorists, but also a skilled magician and ex-president of the International Jugglers Association, will explain the math behind magic.

It will be magical! Pizza will be served.

posted: 11/28/12 - 12/04/12

› Celebrate International Education Week: Nov. 13-16

International Education Week is dedicated to enhancing international awareness across the campus and reinforcing the importance of student and scholar exchange across borders.

Celebrate with us by enjoying IEW events across campus, including a TEDxSalon, Midnight in Paris movie screening, sushi rolling classes, open houses, potlucks, and more!

Learn more

posted: 11/01/12 - 11/16/12