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UCR ranked 27 on Forbes list of best valued universities in...

On April 24, UCR ranked 27 on Forbes’ list of the best value universities in the U.S. Last year,  UCR ranked 64. The list...

Reports show lower disparity between white and black graduation rates at...

According to a report by The Education Trust, a national nonprofit that advocates for students of color and low-income students, UCR has made significant...

An Ode of Positivity to the Graduating Class

When we begin a new chapter in life there is always trepidation about how we intend to fill all the new space. After all,...

UCR enrolls and graduates more Pell Grant recipients than any other...

A recent study of federal data has revealed that UC Riverside students receive more Pell Grant aid than their counterparts at any other major...

Jennifer Brown to lead Undergraduate Education at UCR

Jennifer Brown, former vice provost and dean of the Graduate School at Oregon State University, has been named to lead UCR’s Office of Undergraduate...

Don’t stress: Finding direction post-graduation

At the end of every journey lies a new beginning. For undergrad students, this journey will unfold in a plethora of ways. Some will...

Graduating? How to make the most of your last weeks at...

For many of us, UCR has been our home for several years. We entered the campus blissfully unaware of our futures, and now we...

Managing a college relationship post-graduation

The end of the school year comes with a lot of changes. For first years, the end of spring quarter signals their transition away...

R’Perspective: From humble beginnings to new challenges — reflecting on my...

College is the best way to humble someone. I found that out the hard way upon my arrival. I wasn’t dripping in arrogance or...

Online-only community colleges work, but only in theory

We have heard the horror stories: Students attend their local community college, bright-eyed, bushy-tailed and planning to bolt after two years. Then, five years...