A laptop with the transfer admission guarantee webpage open is pictured. Gov. Gavin Newsom recently proposed in his California 2023-2024 budget that UCLA participate in the TAG program, which would guarantee transfers who meet certain GPA and credit requirements admission to UCLA. (Jeremy Chen/Assistant Photo editor)
For three years in a row, Lewis Smith chose to persevere.
Smith, a fourth-year political science transfer student, was rejected by UCLA for two years straight.
This post was updated Jan. 28 at 4:12 p.m.
A UCLA School of Law research project aims to analyze restrictions on critical race theory, which has sparked controversy in local school districts and K-12 classrooms across the country.
University of California campuses launched the UC Degree Completion Program in August to help former UC students and other California residents with incomplete college degrees earn a degree or certificate.
Administrative Vice Chancellor Michael Beck announced in a campuswide email Wednesday that UCLA plans to return to full on-campus operations Sept. 12.
The announcement came after a Monday campuswide email notified Bruins that several buildings would temporarily be receiving limited to no air conditioning, encouraging some classes to be held remotely instead.
Administrative Vice Chancellor Michael Beck announced in a campuswide email Monday that many campus operations and activities will temporarily take place remotely due to extreme heat.
This post was updated August 7 at 11:01 p.m.
The University of California and California State University will now provide medical abortions on campus.
California Senate Bill 24 – passed in 2019 by the state legislature – requires every UC and CSU student health center to offer medical abortion services by Jan.
This post was updated July 24 at 8:36 p.m.
When Leon Sit noticed the incumbent assembly member for his district was running unopposed, he saw an opportunity to provide voters with another choice on the ballot.
This post was updated July 4 at 11:04 p.m.
A recent Supreme Court decision that struck down a New York gun restriction law raised concerns among University of California community members about its effect on California law and public safety.
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