UC System On Track To Admit More In-State Students In 2016 Than It Did In 2015University of California admissions officials say they are on track to meet their goal of enrolling 5,000 more undergraduates from within the state next fall.
Audit: University Of California Undermines Resident StudentsCalifornia's auditor says the University of California has undermined residents by admitting a growing number of nonresident students, some of whom were not as qualified as in-state students.
University Of California Approves Anti-Semitism StatementA committee of the University of California's governing board unanimously approved a statement Wednesday that cites anti-Semitism as a form of intolerance that campus leaders have a duty to challenge.
University Of California To Overhaul Sex Harassment ReviewsThe president of the University of California system ordered a new process for reviewing sexual harassment claims against administrators after UC Berkeley faced a backlash over how it handled allegations against the dean of its law school.
University Of California's Intolerance Declaration Raises ConcernsThe University of California's first draft of system-wide principles defining intolerance is drawing protests from free speech advocates who call it censorship and Jewish organizations that say it doesn't go far enough to protect against anti-Semitism.
Coaches, Doctors Are Top Earners At University Of CaliforniaThe University of California had 28 employees who made more than $1 million last year, an elite group comprised of athletic coaches, doctors and hospital chief executives.
University Of California Sets New Minimum Wage For EmployeesThe minimum wage for University of California employees and contract workers will increase to $15 an hour by fall 2017.
Fewer State Residents Admitted To University Of CaliforniaThe number of California high school students admitted to a University of California campus has gone down again while the number from outside the state and abroad has increased.
Community Leaders To Rally At Capitol Against Anti-SemitismAfter a few incidents of anti-Semitism in Sacramento, local leaders are taking a stand against it.
California Offers $50 Million Carrot For College InnovationGov. Jerry Brown has made a habit of criticizing California's public colleges and universities for what he sees as a failure to adapt to the 21st century. Now he is putting the state's money where his mouth is.
Clash Between Napolitano, Brown Causes Uncertainty About Future UC EnrollmentUniversity of California admissions officers are sifting through a record number of applications
Obama Seeks $2 Billion In Private Dollars For Clean EnergyPresident Barack Obama is setting a goal of raising $2 billion from the private sector for investments in clean energy.

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