The University of California is committed to a fair and transparent admissions process based on student merit and achievement. As the preeminent public higher education institution, we hold ourselves to the highest standards, and are taking proactive steps to…
After learning its cyber data may have been jeopardized, the University of California is working with law enforcement and cybersecurity experts to investigate and take additional measures to protect UC data.
On April 4, the Los Angeles Times published a contributed opinion piece about Medi-Cal patients at University of California’s health locations. Below is the University’s response.
The University of California is closely monitoring developments around the coronavirus that emerged in Wuhan, China, in late December 2019, and has robust health protocols and measures in place to protect the university community.
The University has been examining the complex issues involved related to affiliations with non-UC health systems to ensure that UC’s values are upheld when its academic health centers affiliate with other providers of care.