Supporting Our Scholars through Their Academic Journey

“We are committed to supporting you and helping you achieve your goals and dreams.” – Chancellor Khosla

This fall, we welcome our largest and most diverse class of Chancellor’s Associates Scholars.  The scholarship was created in 2013 to improve the pathway for local qualified students to achieve a higher education at UC San Diego.  With 184 new scholars this year, we now have a total of 356 scholars on campus.  Chancellor Khosla attended a recent welcome reception for all four classes of our Chancellor’s Associates Scholars and reiterated the university’s commitment to nurture their success.  Many faculty and staff members also attended the event to show their support of students through their academic journey at UC San Diego.

New scholars received a Chancellor’s Associates Scholars Program pin, which they all put on at the same time to signify the unity of their class and their formal induction into the Chancellor's Associates Scholars community.

Continuing UC San Diego’s Extraordinary Evolution

"We have an amazing opportunity ahead to transform our campus and community." - Chancellor Khosla

In his fall letter to the campus community, Chancellor Khosla talks about strategically planning for UC San Diego’s future by seizing opportunities to transform our campus and community, and continue UC San Diego’s extraordinary evolution.

Welcoming New Tritons

“Your journey with UC San Diego begins today and will last a lifetime.  Welcome to our Triton family.” – Chancellor Khosla

UC San Diego’s New Student Welcome Convocation marks students’ formal entry into the Triton academic community.  Last night, thousands of freshmen and transfer students assembled on RIMAC field for the traditional event that kicks off the academic year.  During the program, Chancellor Khosla encouraged students to make the most of their college experience and shared UC San Diego’s focus on student-centered initiatives and opportunities.  Student, faculty and alumni speakers also urged students to get involved in campus life and to dream big.

Faculty members line up for the opening procession and show their support for new students.

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