The UC Irvine Office of Strategic Communications manages a comprehensive publications program, using both electronic and print media, to inform internal and external constituencies of UCI’s research and teaching programs; accomplished faculty, staff, students and alumni; and beneficial role in the community.
The UCI Home Page and top-level pages represent the university on the Internet, providing access to the wide spectrum of campus offerings and resources.
UCI in the News, a compendium of articles featuring UCI, is available by email each workday from Strategic Communications. Contact email@example.com to be added to the distribution list.
UCI Magazine is UCI’s flagship magazine, produced in fall, winter and spring by Strategic Communications. An email alert for each new issue is sent to faculty, staff, students and alumni, as well as parents and community friends by free subscription. To subscribe or submit story ideas, contact magazine staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chancellor’s website provides information from and about the chancellor, as well as updates on campus initiatives.
Community & Government Relations coordinates and facilitates UCI’s relationships with neighboring communities; local, state, and federal government; and the general public.
Special Events & Protocol provides strategic guidance, event management and protocol services for high level, universitywide events.
Facts & Figures brochure provides an overview of UCI’s research, teaching and public service activities, as well as annual economic impact, financial information and a selection of attractive campus photographs. See PDF of the most recent brochure.
- Full Campus Map – 11" x 8.5" two-page blue/black PDF (325K)
- Campus Core Map – 11" x 8.5" two-page blue/black PDF (276K)
- Campus Maps Brochure – 8" x 8.5" eight-page four-color PDF (4,917K)
- Interactive Map
Authorized departments may order current publications using the online order form.
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