Diversity and Engagement
The Office of Diversity and Engagement is committed to making higher education available to all California students. Through our programs, initiatives and services, we seek to advance access, diversity and inclusion for students and teachers throughout the state.
To support students academically, we provide materials on college access and preparation through the office and our education partners. This page includes a variety of resources – guides, posters, websites – to help students, families, counselors and advisers prepare for, apply to and afford the University of California.
For any questions, contact Diversity and Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 987-9776.
This website shares how UC is accessible, affordable and welcoming for all students.
This planning guide provides information for high school students about becoming prepared to apply to UC.
The Spanish version of this planning guide provides information for high school students about becoming prepared to apply to UC.
A downloadable poster with inspirational messages about preparing for UC.
A set of three downloadable posters with fast facts about UC.
This site summarizes UC programs that help California K-12 students build a foundation for success in college and career.
A downloadable guide that outlines steps for qualifying for admission to the University of California.
A Mandarin version of a downloadable guide that outlines steps for qualifying for admission to the University of California.
A Spanish version of a downloadable guide that outlines steps for qualifying for admission to the University of California.
An online tool designed to help prospective UC students transferring from California community colleges track and plan their coursework.
This downloadable guide provides tips and requirements for California community college students to transfer to UC.
A 4-year academic planner for high school students preparing for college.
A list of personal insight questions for the UC application and guidance on how to answer them.
A video that provides tips for students from underrepresented backgrounds who are the first in their families to apply for college, or whose schools have limited counseling resources.