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Students celebrate admission to UC on social media

Newly selected applicants expressed their joy after getting the happy news.

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UC San Diego launches Black Academic Excellence Initiative

Chancellor dedicates additional scholarship funds and support to encourage more collegebound students to enroll.

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The future of higher education at UC Irvine

National leaders share insights into providing an elite public education at Feb. 26 symposium.


UCLA center helps community college students transfer

Center for Community College Partnerships guides students to UC and other four-year colleges.

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UC's top 10 stories of 2015

From expanding enrollment to tackling climate change, 2015 was a big year for the University of California.

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UC budget plan will provide for 10,000 more California students

Regents will consider a proposal to grow in-state undergraduate enrollment over three years, bolstered by additional state funds.

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Napolitano addresses nation's community college leaders

Community college districts across the nation look to a partnership between UC and community colleges as a model for making a world-class education broadly accessible.

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Half of new UC students are first-generation college students

New data in UC's annual Accountability Report show the university’s widespread impact as an engine of social mobility, innovation.

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New transfer pathways help community college students prepare for UC

Effort gives students a course to follow to be well-positioned for admission to a UC campus.

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Welcome to UC

Congratulations to our newly admitted University of California students!
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UC reaches out to thousands of potential transfer students

Message targets first-year community college students aiming to complete a four-year degree.

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New assistance for middle class families

Thousands of eligible students with family incomes up to $150,000 will benefit from state-funded program.