The campuses of the University of California provide
exciting environments that foster world-class educational and research
opportunities and generate a wide range of benefits and services
that touch the lives of Californians throughout the state.
The UC family includes more than 234,000 students, more than 207,000 faculty and staff, 50,000 retirees and more than 1.6 million living alumni.
Opened in 2005, the UC system's tenth campus at Merced—the
nation's first public research university to be built in the 21st
century—is the first new UC campus in 40 years.
UC is also actively involved in locations beyond
its campuses, national laboratories, medical centers and neighboring
communities — in places throughout California, around the
world and online. Visit More
About the Campuses
The web sites of individual UC campuses provide a wealth of information
about their history, traditions, academic distinctions and social
contributions as well as a compendium of facts, figures, maps and
pictures. The links below will take you directly to each campus'
"About UC" page:
Directions for UC Campuses
Campus Tours, Photos and Webcams
Campus Organization Charts