UCI Annual Book Drive
Please join us and the Community Action Partnership of Orange County in the 6th annual campus Book Drive addressing the literacy needs of our local community. New and like-new books will be collected through March 31. For questions about participation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ROADS Scholarship Now Available
Transportation & Distribution Services is pleased to announce that the ROADS (Reward Opportunity Advancing Distinguished Students) scholarship is available for application. Eight outstanding UC Irvine undergraduates will be selected to each receive a $1,000 scholarship, made possible by the year's fundraising activities.
ROADS scholarship applications are being accepted now through March 24 and recipients will be notified in May. All undergraduate students, who have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher are eligible. Preference will be given to students who can show involvement in green or sustainability projects.
Road Closures on Sunday, February 14
The following road closures will be in effect from 6 am to 11 am on Sunday, February 14, in support of the annual Zot Trot Triathlon:
- Arroyo Drive from California Avenue to Vista del Campo Road
- Anteater Drive from California Avenue to Culver Drive
- California Avenue from Anteater Drive to Arroyo Drive
Detour signs will be posted and traffic directors will be available to facilitate traffic flow for intermittent access to Anteater Recreation Center parking and Adobe Circle Road. Thank you for your patience and support during this event. For more information, please contact Nancy Lu at (949) 824-2690.
Smart Cycling - February 25
Complimentary Smart Cycling classes are now being offered by UCI Transportation's League of American Bicyclists certified instructors. UCI affiliates and family members who ride or are interested in bicycle riding are encouraged to attend. The two-part Smart Cycling series is a unique and entertaining hands-on approach to learning essential cycling skills. You will learn basic repair techniques and gain the confidence to ride legally in traffic. Following the in-class session, cyclists may participate in a nine mile guided on-road ride to earn a Smart Cycling certificate. Our next Smart Cycling class will be held on February 25.