The Undergraduate Programs hosted by the Center for Educational Partnerships assists UC Irvine students with transition and matriculation by offering tailored services, educational programming, and mentorship to a variety of diverse student populations. By creating supportive cohorts of students and staff with similar experiences and or backgrounds, the Undergraduate Programs create an inclusive environment where students can succeed and feel supported through their academic and professional endeavors.
The following programs and initiatives highlight the success of the partnership:
California Alliance for Minority Participation (CAMP)

The Louis Stokes California Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP-CAMP) Program is a statewide initiative funded by the University of California and the National Science Foundation (NSF).

CAMP’s objective is to increase the quality and quantity of minority students receiving undergraduate and graduate degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at the University of California (UC), while creating a larger STEM education pipeline. The CAMP Program began at UC Irvine in 1991; nine UC campuses currently participate in CAMP.

Program Director (UCI):

 Pheather Harris, Ed.D


SAGE Scholars

The Student Achievement Guided by Experience (SAGE) Scholars Program is a leadership and career development program for UC Irvine’s talented, high-achieving undergraduate students who come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds and demonstrate a strong financial need.

For more than 15 years, SAGE has worked closely with sponsors throughout Orange County to provide yearlong internships across all industries for our Scholars. SAGE supports academic excellence, equity and access, and strengthens our future workforce.

Program Director:

 Neda Moayedi