UCI Center for Black Cultures, Resources, & Research (CBCRR)

Love* Study* Struggle*

CBCRR INDEX

Welcome to the Center for Black Cultures, Resources, and Research (CBCRR).  

We are located in the Student Center. As you enter the Courtyard Terrace area from Starbucks just go through the double doors to your right. We are downstairs in the Courtyard Study Lounge.

Monday 9AM-7PM
Tuesday 9AM-7PM
Wednesday 9AM-7PM
Thursday 9AM-7PM
Friday 9AM-5PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

We invite you to visit our beautiful center, meet our staff and learn about the wonderful services and resources we provide.

University of California, Irvine
Center for Black Cultures, Resources, and Research
B116 Student Center
Irvine, CA 92697-5125
(949) 824-7196
The mission of the Center for Black Cultures, Resources and Research (CBCRR) is to provide a just, safe, vibrant, inclusive, culturally supportive and socio-ecologically sustainable space for Black Students, faculty and staff—a home away from home where Black students can thrive and reach for their highest potential and discover their genius.
 
Our focus is on health, wellness, vitality and academic success. The Center’s vision draws its guiding inspirations from the varied and complex constellations of African/Black cultures, resources and research, which have provided and continue to provide African/Black peoples with general designs for living and patterns for interpreting their reality.

 CBCRR Student Interns

SERVICES/RESOURCES

  • Academic Advising
  • Professional Development
  • Psychological Support Services
  • Career Development
  • Talent Development
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Research Development
  • Tutorial Assistance
  • Community Outreach
  • Health, Wellness & Vitality
  • Interpersonal & Community Development
  • Community Support and Safety

PILLARS OF SUCCESS

Life & Vitality (Ankh)

To work individually and collectively as a
people to improve the overall quality of life
for ourselves, for our families, for our
communities and for Black folks everywhere.

Health (Seneb)

To work towards increasing the quality of
our health and healing, the quality of health
and healing of Black people, the quality of
health and healing of Black communities
and the overall health, healing and
sustainability of the ecology 

Prosperity (Uja)

To help to enrich the quality of Black
community life all over and everywhere.

Balance (Maat)

To work individually and collectively
towards what is true, just and right; to instill
harmony, reciprocity and balance in all our
relationships with ourselves, our people, our
communities and communities that share
those values.