Last week, the University of California Board of Regents approved the Three-Year Financial Sustainability Plan to increase both freshmen and transfer student enrollment by 10,000 over the next three years. This plan was created by the UC Committees on Finance […]Read more ›
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When the University of California public school system was created, it was made in the idea of educating Californians as well as strengthening and supporting the progress of the Californian infrastructure. As time has progressed, the UC system, and higher […]Read more ›
UC President Janet Napolitano announced another step in the UC’s effort to bolster sexual assault response and prevention last Wednesday. The new “toolkit,” developed by the UC in partnership with police departments and district attorney offices, will be provided to […]Read more ›
Ongoing negotiations between UC President Janet Napolitano and Gov. Jerry Brown have resulted in an agreement that will cap UC resident tuition for the next two years and increase state allocations by 4 percent, or $120 million, over the next […]Read more ›
Everybody within arm’s reach of college knows about the issues surrounding the looming increase of UC tuition. The administration is trying its best to make everybody happy and still keep the UC in the black while students face the increase […]Read more ›
UC President Janet Napolitano met with key leaders of higher education from Feb. 26 to 27 in Ensenada, Mexico. The meeting is the first formal gathering for the advisory board of the UC-Mexico Initiative, whose goals are to strengthen UC-Mexico […]Read more ›
Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Glendale) has proposed a bill to create an 11th UC campus geared toward science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM), despite general concerns about the university system’s current financial state. Gatto envisions “UC Tech” to be the […]Read more ›