UC President Janet Napolitano announced her intent to freeze tuition for the 2014-15 academic year, as part of a long-term strategy she presented during her first UC Board of Regents meeting, from Nov. 12-14. This would be the third consecutive […]Read more ›
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The implications of Governor Brown’s revised May budget were the main focus of the UC Board of Regents meeting last week in Sacramento. The regents discussed the prospect of a six percent tuition increase—which is nearly guaranteed given the revised […]Read more ›
On March 28, the UC Board of Regents gathered at the UCSF Mission Bay for a three-day meeting to discuss the framework of a multi-year funding plan with the state to provide financial stability for the 2012-2013 UC Budget. UC […]Read more ›
The presentation of a system-wide diversity report, analysis of alternative revenue sources and an evaluation of Governor Brown’s proposed budget were among the most significant topics reviewed by the UC regents during their meetings at UC Riverside. Although UC officials […]Read more ›
Last week, UCR played host to the University of California’s first major student protest since peaceful activists at Davis were pepper sprayed by UC police in November. Many hoped that the demonstrations, which took place in conjunction with the regents […]Read more ›