Please mail all transcripts to the Office of Admissions and Relations with Schools for processing.
Please be aware that the campus mailing system has reduced service due to state budget cuts.Therefore, please keep in mind that it may take longer than expected to receive mail. We recommend that you hand-deliver documents if possible. All transcripts, IGETC certifications, or other college/university paperwork must be submitted in a sealed enevelope. *Please note that unsealed envelopes WILL NOT be accepted.*
To schedule an advance appointment, please call (949) 824-6861. Please be mindful that advising is not done over the phone. If you wish to speak to a counselor, please call to schedule an advance appointment or come in person as we provide walk-in hours. When you call, please have your student ID number ready. When leaving a voicemail, please be sure to include your name, student ID number, and a phone number you can be reached. Calls are answered Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
If you have general questions and/or cannot come into our office, you may send an e-mail to email@example.com. Please allow three to five business days for a response as our office receives a high volume of e-mails on a daily basis.
Here are some helpful hints when sending an e-mail:
- Use your UCI e-mail address. To protect your privacy, we will only respond to e-mail messages sent from your UCI account. This way, we know we’re sharing your information only with you.
- Check your e-mail regularly. Lots of important information (i.e., a room change to a final exam, an important assignment that is due, the fact that you have not completed enough requirements to graduate) will be sent to your e-mail by professors, academic counselors, and other university personnel. You are responsible for reading official UCI e-mail and you will be responsible for the consequences if you don’t.
- Identify yourself. Make sure you include your full name, your major, and your UCI student ID number in your communication with us. We need to know who you are in order to look up your record and give you thorough and accurate information in a timely fashion.
- Be considerate. Only e‐mail one counselor with your question. There’s no need for all of our academic counselors to take time to answer the same question.
- Be flexible. E‐mail is for quick questions. Don’t be offended if we ask you to come in as some things are better handled in person.
- Be professional. Treat e‐mail as a somewhat formal communication. Watch your spelling and grammar.
- Be patient. Sometimes you might get a response immediately and sometimes it might take a few days. We give priority to students who make an effort to come in for an appointment. If you really need an answer, please come in to speak to an academic counselor or peer academic advisor.