Current UCI Campus Status on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Up-to-date information on the coronavirus

Student Center Event Cancellations

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UCI is doing its part to proactively curb the spread of COVID-19. For the latest information from the campus regarding COVID-19, please visit UCI’s COVID-19 page.

To aid these efforts, Student Center & Event Services (SCES) is canceling meetings and events that meet the following critieria:

  • occur between Thursday, March 19, 2020 – end of day Sunday, April 5, 2020 regardless of size. During this period, the Student Center Conference Center will be completely closed. Check back for updates.
  • an expected attendance of 100 or more occurring now – June 30, 2020

SCES staff will be reaching out to clients impacted by the preventative measures to discuss the postponement or cancellation process. Clients are being contacted in order of their event date. Special consideration will be given on standard terms related to cancellation costs.

For questions about cancellation or postponement related to COVID-19, please email your Senior Meeting & Event Planner or Please expect longer than normal delays in response, as we do our best to aid clients with quickly approaching event dates.

Please note that spring classes will be online for UCI students. So, campus activity will be greatly reduced in spring quarter for entities looking to table on Ring Mall or to draw attendance for their event from the UCI community.

All new meeting and event inquiries must be submitted using the online request form. Inquiries that meet the cancellation criteria above will not be processed.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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