University of California System Admits Largest, Most Diverse Undergraduate ClassThe University of California admitted its largest and most diverse undergraduate class ever after receiving a record number of applications, officials announced.
COVID Education: UC Campuses Plan To Resume In-Person Classes For Fall 2021 SemesterThe University of California announced Monday that it is planning for in-person classes to resume during the fall 2021 semester at all 10 of its campuses.
University Of California Extends Fall 2021 Application Deadline To December 4 Following Computer OutageProspective University of California students will get several extra days to submit their Fall 2021 applications following a computer outage over the Thanksgiving weekend.
Flu Shots Will Be Required at All UC Campuses by NovemberAll UC students and workers will be required to get a flu shot this fall following an executive order from UC president Janet Napolitano issued Friday.
UC Offering $2M In Grants For Research Projects To Fight CoronavirusThe University of California said it will provide $2 million in seed funding to scientists across the state to help jump-start high impact research projects and accelerate urgently-needed breakthroughs to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: University Of California System Eases Admission And Testing RequirementsUniversity of California officials on Wednesday announced administrators will relax undergrad admissions requirements for students hoping to enroll in the system for the fall of 2020 and future years in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, easing SAT testing and grading conditions.
UC Regents Hear Proposal For Locked-In Tuition RatesAt Thursday’s UC Regents meeting, the Board was presented with a proposal for “cohort-based tuition” which would “keep tuition flat for students while they are enrolled at UC” according to a memorandum from the Office of the President.
UC Regents Approve Cap On Nonresident UndergraduatesThe University of California Board of Regents approved its first ever enrollment cap on nonresident undergraduates, heeding calls from the public to reserve more spots at its campuses for students from around the state.
Protesters Call For Rollback Of UC Tuition Hike Outside Regents MeetingProtests heated up outside a meeting of the University of California regents Wednesday morning as officials gathered to discuss budget concerns raised by a recent audit.
UC Board Of Regents Meets To Discuss Tuition HikeMiddle-class families with students in the University of California system were bracing for a major letdown as the UC Board of Regents met Wednesday to discuss a proposed tuition hike.
UC System Creates Post To Deal With Sexual ViolenceThe University of California has created a new post for a Title IX coordinator to oversee efforts across its 10 campuses to tackle sexual violence and harassment after a string of cases involving faculty members.
UC System Proposes First Tuition Increase In 6 YearsUndergraduate students at the University of California may face a tuition increase for the first time in six years under a proposal to be considered by the university's board of regents this month.
UC's 10 Schools Will Not Aid Federal Agencies On ImmigrationThe University of California has made a bold pledge to protect its students who entered the country illegally, saying it will not assist government agencies trying to enforce federal immigration laws.
Napolitano Says UC Berkeley Anti-Harassment Plan Will Be Closely MonitoredUC President Janet Napolitano announced Saturday her office will closely monitor Cal Berkeley's efforts to address sexual harassment complaints and assaults on campus.
$13 Minimum Wage For University Of California Employees Goes Into EffectThe University of California’s plan to raise the minimum wage for all workers systemwide took effect Thursday, the first of three incremental raises expected to bring wages to at least $15 an hour by 2017.