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Aspirations on hold, UC students await court ruling on DACA

Scholars blazing trails in fields from law to science find their dreams may no longer be within reach.

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UC President announces National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement

The University of California – birthplace of the Free Speech Movement – will open a center in Washington DC devoted to First Amendment issues.

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UC leaders to Congress: Protect the nation’s Dreamers

President Napolitano and the 10 chancellors press Calif. lawmakers to lead the way on bipartisan Dreamer legislation.

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UC leaders deliver a message of access to California students and schools

UC leaders are bringing a preview of the college experience to underrepresented high schools across the state.

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UC President Napolitano reaffirms university policies on sexual harassment and violence

UC's systemwide policies and procedures remain in full effect despite changes in Title IX guidance at the federal level.

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Undocumented programs offer students a lifeline in an uncertain era

Support services established across all UC campuses are offering critical resources.

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Oakland Promise Scholars head for UC

Students awarded four-year scholarships in recognition of their academic achievements and volunteer service.

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UC President Janet Napolitano meets with Riverside leaders, alumni

Campus strives to make an impact on regional, national and global economies based on its accessibility.

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Congress restores year-round Pell Grants, protects federal research funding

President Napolitano thanks UC advocates for their involvement in federal budget issues.

UC-Mexico Binational Health Forum

First binational health forum held as part of the UC-Mexico Initiative

The landmark summit focused on health issues relevant to Mexico and the US, with special attention to California.

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