Looking Ahead to the New Academic Year

Chancellor Khosla made an appearance on the KUSI morning show last week to talk about several new programs, projects and opportunities that will enhance the student experience.  UC San Diego is expecting more than 5,400 new freshmen and 2,400 new transfer students to arrive on campus this fall, bringing our total campus population to a record 36,400.  To accommodate the student growth, the campus is adding student housing, new degree programs and amenities.  Watch the interview.

UC San Diego’s Commitment to Undocumented Members of Our Community

Today’s decision by the Trump administration to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) is distressing.  At UC San Diego, our DACA students are pursuing their education in some of the most challenging degree programs, conducting research, performing community service and enhancing our campus community. Read the full statement.

Support for Those Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Like many of you, our thoughts are with the people of Texas, Louisiana and all of those affected by Hurricane Harvey.  The storm’s high winds and historic rainfall have had a devastating impact on the region.  We are deeply saddened by the hardships caused by Hurricane Harvey to so many families.  We recognize that the road to recovery will be a long one, and want to pass along information on how the University of California is mobilizing to assist and how you can help support those affected by this storm.  In addition to our efforts, there are large-scale organizations dedicated to providing disaster assistance, as noted in the statement from the University of California.  We send our thoughts and best wishes to all affected. 

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