This post was updated May 12 at 12:52 p.m.
The University of California emphasizes diversity across the system. However, the most diverse campuses face barriers in receiving equal funding, said faculty and students.
Students said the new Daily Symptom Monitoring Survey is helpful for COVID-19 safety but should be shortened for more convenience and to increase compliance.
UCLA created the Daily Symptom Monitoring Survey in June 2020 to improve campus safety by asking students, faculty and staff whether or not they are exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19.
Students are concerned about the limited spots and effectiveness of a state program in which scholarships are awarded to students who complete a certain amount of community service hours.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council voted Wednesday to place the Education, Access, and Retention NOW! referendum, a measure to charge undergraduate students $5 a quarter for spaces and resources for Black students and transfer students on the USAC elections ballot, pending approval by Chancellor Gene Block and the University of California Office of the President.
University of California professors are creating an educational online course about Indigenous peoples’ experiences to improve the University’s relationship with Indigenous communities.
UC Office of the President is providing a three-year $879,000 grant to the Centering Tribal Stories project, led by Mishuana Goeman and Wendy Teeter.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council voted Tuesday to use surplus funding to fund stipends for USAC directors and projects by the Student Wellness Commission, Office Space Allocation Committee, Financial Supports Commission and Facilities Commission.
This post was updated Oct. 30 at 12:58 p.m.
UCLA Undergraduate Students Association Transfer Student Representative Herman Luis Chavez won the National Transfer Student Ambassadors Award.
University of California students voiced support for two recently passed California bills that will reform the transfer process from community colleges to public universities.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 928 and AB 111 on Oct.
This post was updated June 27 at 9:26 p.m.
Alumni and faculty said California’s population is declining because the state is becoming less affordable to lower-income residents.
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