UC launches new procedures to combat sexual harassment Link

New systemwide procedures for responding to alleged sexual misconduct by faculty and staff must be implemented at all UC locations no later than Sept. 1, 2017. The university enacted a similar model for students last year.

UC on track to enroll 10,000 more California students Link

Some 70,000 incoming California freshmen and more than 21,000 in-state transfer students were offered a spot for fall 2017. An increasing number of students are from historically underrepresented groups and low-income families.

UCLA partnership with Bethany Baptist Church supports summer learning Link

For the second year, UCLA's Center X and the Bethany Baptist Church of Los Angeles are offering the LAUNCH Academy, providing innovative math and science learning opportunities to K–12 students. The academy is part of President Napolitano's Achieve UC initiative.

California History-Social Science Project and California Historical Society receive $5 million to transform history education Link

The California History-Social Science Project, part of the California Subject Matter Project (CSMP) network, will help establish and implement the Teaching California program: an innovative, free, online resource of instructional materials to support the state’s new History-Social Science Framework.

UC President Napolitano denounces decision to end DACA

Some 800,000 Dreamers across the nation would be impacted by Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. UC will continue to offer services to our undocumented students and those who rely on DACA.