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  • STAT

    Priscilla Chan of The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and UCSF chancellor Sam Hawgood praise the efforts of the nearly 30,000 DACA recipients who are health care workers.

  • The Washington Post

    The public university system is mirroring the federal government's suspension of interest and payments, granting relief to tens of thousands of borrowers.

  • USA Today

    The high court agrees to consider a supplemental filing regarding the real-world consequences of the COVID-19 global health crisis and the life-sustaining role of nearly 30,000 DACA recipients on the front lines.

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  • About to start the Personal Insight Questions for the UC undergraduate application? Here are some helpful tips on what the questions are about and what they cover.

  • Today's students deserve the same great UC education as previous generations. Let's grow California together.

  • President Barack Obama spoke at UC Irvine's commencement celebration at Angel Stadium.
  • Nobel laureate Randy Schekman is a UC Berkeley professor and a UCLA alumnus. From the pinnacle of achievement, Schekman credits public higher education as the foundation of his success. Schekman will participate in UC's Graduate Research Day, calling for more student support.

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  • UC statement on protests, violence following George Floyd’s death

    University of California Board of Regents Chair John A. Pérez and President Janet Napolitano issued the following joint statement today (May 31) on protests, violence following George Floyd’s death.

  • University of California Board of Regents unanimously approved changes to standardized testing requirement for undergraduates

    The University of California Board of Regents today (May 21) unanimously approved the suspension of the standardized test requirement (ACT/SAT) for all California freshman applicants until fall 2024. The suspension will allow the University to create a new test that better aligns with the content the University expects students to have mastered for college readiness. However, if a new test does not meet specified criteria in time for fall 2025 admission, UC will eliminate the standardized testing requirement for California students.

  • UC President Napolitano statement on May revision to Gov. Newsom’s budget

    The University of California recognizes the unprecedented challenges California is facing in the wake of COVID-19 and regrets that Gov. Newsom was put into a position to steeply reduce the University’s budget in response to the State’s dramatically diminished revenues. Regardless, UC stands with the governor and the legislature to help lift the State out of this economic crisis.

  • UC temporarily adjusts admissions requirements to help students, families in wake of COVID-19

    The University of California acted last night (March 31) to implement temporary measures which relax undergraduate admissions requirements for students looking to enroll at UC for fall cp彩票官网 and future years as applicable. These measures will help mitigate some of the extraordinary challenges students and their families face in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Spotlight on the UC Davis student experience — from the student's point of view.