Most of the University of California’s nine undergraduate campuses have now significantly curtailed their reopening plans.
More isolation and depression anticipated as students return to mostly online courses.
UC system president Drake and regents board chairman Pérez discuss state funding, affirmative action and the future of online learning.
On top of coping with threat of coronavirus, UC Santa Cruz is evacuated Thursday due to fires.
Colleges and universities in California can reopen this fall but must offer most classes virtually and have other restrictions in place.
Berkeley and Merced are the first University of California campuses to decide they will hold all classes online to start the fall.
T-shirt giveaways, free summer classes, virtual concerts, flexible deadlines are new pandemic efforts. Schools don’t want the usual attendance melt turning into a flood.
California’s higher education leaders appear together for what may be their last public gathering in an online forum, entitled “New Realities for Higher Education."
As students consider their options amid the pandemic, UC turns to waitlist to admit more applicants.
The nine UC undergraduate campuses are all preparing either distance learning plans or restrictions and safety measures for on campus learning. This database provides an overview of what the campuses are planning.
We explore what districts can do to protect against coronavirus lawsuits and discuss UC's new president, Michael Drake.
UCSD has one of the nation’s most detailed reopening plans, but with virus cases rising, administrators are unsure it will be enough.
Drake will step into the role during an unstable period, with the coronavirus having upended the UC system.
UC’s first female president helped expand enrollment and successfully pushed to end testing as admissions requirement.