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Gov. Gavin Newsom proposes 5-year funding compact with the University of California

If approved, the spending plan would allow UC to increase access and affordability for families across the state and spur new innovations to combat climate change.

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Apply to be the next student regent

The University of California Board of Regents is searching for the 2022-23 student regent to serve on UC’s governing body.

Regent John A. Pérez on a livestream with incoming UC president Michael V. Drake, M.D.

Dr. Michael Drake: In his own words

A recap of the incoming president’s question and answer session on July 10, 2020.

President Drake

UC welcomes our next president: Michael V. Drake, M.D.

The University of California Board of Regents has appointed Michael V. Drake, M.D., as the 21st president of UC’s world-renowned system of 10 campuses, five medical centers, three nationally affiliated labs, more than 280,000 students and 230,000 faculty and staff.

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UC Regents declare their support for an end to race-blind admissions

UC leaders champion effort to roll back a law they say has long hindered the university's mission of access.

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DACA community braces for a Supreme Court ruling

Anxiety goes off the charts for the DACA community when the Supreme Court announces decisions. There are more humane ways to handle this, writes Regina Day Langhout.

UC students rally outside SCOTUS

As Supreme Court takes up DACA, UC students rally in support

Students braved poor weather to boost the spirits of those with fates in the balance as UC defended DACA recipients inside the court.

Chabolla in front of SCOTUS

‘Our futures are being tossed like a coin’

UC Irvine law student will be before the Supreme Court next week to fight for the right of others like her to work and pay taxes.

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UC takes DACA fight to the Supreme Court

The University of California will appear before the Supreme Court on Tuesday (Nov. 12), to fight for the future of nearly 700,000 young people who came to the U.S. as children.

Meng L. So, second from left, director of the UC Berkeley Undocumented Student Program, is working with his team to meet exceptional demand for services on campus.

UC stands with DACA recipients

The University of California will fight for DACA before the Supreme Court in November.