UC Campuses Admit Record Number Of Transfer Students For 2018-2019University of California officials say they've admitted a record number of transfer students for the upcoming school year, mostly from community colleges.
More Than 100,000 Immigrants Get DACA Extensions Following UC LawsuitMore than 117,000 immigrants have received extensions through the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program to legally live and study in the United States.
Audit Faults University Of California Sex Misconduct ProcessState auditors are faulting the University of California for not addressing sexual misconduct complaints on time and not disciplining faculty swiftly.
Air Force Officer Who Vanished Worked For University Of California SystemAn Air Force officer with top security clearance who deserted 35 years ago and was arrested in California last week worked for years as a consultant for the University of California system.
Court Dismisses 2011 Police Brutality Claims By Occupy Cal ProtestersA federal appeals court in San Francisco on Thursday dismissed police brutality claims filed in 2011 by 21 demonstrators against administrators and police of the University of California at Berkeley.
Southwest Airlines Confronts Cal Women's Coach Over Infant SonCalifornia Women's head basketball Lindsay Gottlieb was confronted at the Denver airport by a Southwest Airlines employee who questioned her relationship to her infant bi-racial son before she could board a flight.
Lawmakers Propose Limits On University Of California PowerSeveral state lawmakers say they want to curb the power of the University of California president and regents by limiting salaries and shortening terms.
Cal Fires Athletic Department Employee After Sexual Assault InvestigationThe University of California at Berkeley has fired a longtime member of the athletic department after an investigation found he violated the university's sexual violence and sexual harassment policy with former student-athletes, including women's basketball player Layshia Clarendon.