Mobile food pantries have begun to pop up across UC San Diego, offering students a free selection of locally grown, organic produce and dry goods. The goal is to provide undergraduate and graduate students who may be experiencing food insecurity with nutritious sustenance each week.
The tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001 roused powerful emotions across the nation. For Emerald Liu, UC San Diego’s Student Veteran of the Year, it was the catalyst in her decision to join the military.
Rebeca Lopez had never traveled to another state. Her first cross-country adventure brought her to Washington D.C., where she and a dozen UC San Diego undergraduates lobbied congressional representatives and senators in support of the DREAM Act, a bill designed to provide a pathway to citizenship for…
UC San Diego Athletics is on the move. A flurry of activity has begun as the university prepares to transition to National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division 1 competition on July 1, 2020. Four years ago, students voted unanimously in a referendum to support the move to the Big West Conference,…
Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla reminded students that they are right where they belong, and that they each play a key role in the university’s historic expansion. “During your time here, you will see a great deal of transformation happening,” he said.
“I want to surround myself with like-minded people who are going to challenge me,” explained Eden Markel as she transferred her belongings from her parent’s car to a cart during move-in day. One of UC San Diego’s newest students, she joins over 9,000 first-year and transfer students who arrived…
Following a nationwide search, UC San Diego alumna Helen V. Griffith, Ed.D., has been appointed the inaugural executive director of The Preuss School UC San Diego, effective Oct. 7, 2019.
UC San Diego’s Foundation Board welcomes 10 new and returning trustees. The unique philanthropic ambassadors help inspire charitable gifts and manage the Foundation's assets in support of the university’s research, teaching and service goals.
The University of California San Diego has been recognized as one of the top schools in the nation for launching students of all backgrounds into successful futures. The campus was ranked 9th in the nation in Money Magazine’s “2019 Best Colleges for Your Money” report.
A growing number of California residents continue to gain access to the University of California San Diego. This year, the campus admitted 32,016 first-year and 10,829 transfer students for fall 2019 out of 118,372 applications received.