Together, UC and the UC Student Association are fighting to increase federal financial aid by calling on Congress to double the maximum Pell Grant award.
Rebuilding from COVID-19 means investing in traditional infrastructure, like roads and bridges, as well as in our education, research and health care infrastructure.
We’re asking state lawmakers to support a more diverse health care workforce by funding UC Programs in Medical Education (UC Prime). Stay tuned for more updates.
Thanks to your advocacy, we’re getting close to reaching our goal of securing a strong state budget for UC.
Federal funds are critical to the university's ability to carry out its education, research, health care and public service missions.
A robust financial aid program ensures that UC remains accessible to all academically qualified Californians, regardless of their financial resources.
Advancing scientific breakthroughs and driving the innovation economy are central to UC’s mission.
Educating more Californians — undergraduates and graduate students — is at the top of our agenda.
To meet growing demand, a presidential initiative aims to increase affordable housing at all campuses.
The university continues efforts to recruit talented students, faculty and staff among women and historically underrepresented populations.