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  • Honors Convocation
    Honors Convocation is an awards ceremony that recognizes high-achieving students across all four undergraduate colleges (BCOE, CHASS, CNAS, SOBA).
  • WASC Re-accreditation
    WASC Re-accreditation provides a range of support services intended to maximize UCR students' competitiveness for prestigious awards. The office works with students at all academic levels to create effective strategies for securing scholarships, fellowships, and awards.
  • Leadership Pathway
    The program is intended for sophomores and juniors who have the potential to become leaders in their communities, in business, politics, non-profits, or professional fields. The program is based on strategies for drawing on the “Three E’s” of leadership development: Education, Exemplars, and Experience.
  • STEM Outreach
    The charge of the STEM Education Campus Advisory and Technical Committee is to oversee campus coordination and provide guidance on all activity related to K-12 partnership work involving the establishment and development of STEM schools and associated academies.
  • Transfer Students and High-Impact Opportunities
    September 13, 2016
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    Undergraduate Education and International Affairs teamed up to welcome hundreds of transfer students to UCR with a presentation on high-impact opportunities. The standing-room only sessions were full of engaged students with questions about study abroad, research, internships, scholarships, and more.

    Read the full presentation

  • Celebrating Undergraduate Student Success
    September 9, 2016
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    RIVERSIDE, Calif. (www.ucr.edu) - Future leaders in academia, public policy, international business and many other fields compete each year for prestigious post-graduation fellowships. At the University of California, Riverside, the number of students seeking - and winning - these honors, is on the rise. Since 2012, UC Riverside undergraduates have received 62 highly competitive scholarships - a figure unprecedented at the campus.

    "The prestigious scholarships awarded to UCR students provide external recognition that our students are among the best in the world," said Cindy Larive, UCR's vice provost of undergraduate education.

    Read more at UCR Today

  • September 2016 Writing Workshops
    September 6, 2016
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    All ARC workshops are for undergraduate students only.

    General Statements of Purpose
    Location: Academic Resource Center, Surge 156
    Date and Time: Sept. 8, 11am-12:30pm

    Personal statements are necessary if you're planning on applying to graduate or professional schools and even for many scholarships and fellowships. The ARC's Writing Support Specialist will go over common elements of personal statements and how to get started on writing your own.

    Fulbright/NSF GRFP Application Writing Drop-In
    Location: Academic Resource Center, Surge 156
    Date and Time: Sept. 20, 11am-12:30pm

    Working on your application to the Fulbright Program or the NSF GRFP? Bring your essays to the ARC and work in our computer lab! The Writing Support Specialist will be available for mini-consultations as you work.

  • UE Launches Faculty-Led Experiential Summer Learning Programs, Summer 2017
    June 8, 2016
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    The Office of Undergraduate Education (UE) invites faculty to submit proposals for faculty-led Experiential Summer Learning (EXSL) Programs to be offered during Summer Session 2017. The deadline for proposals is Friday, July 15, 2016.

    Experiential Summer Learning Programs offer students the unique opportunity to study closely with a UCR faculty member while traveling in the United States and obtaining academic credit. Programs will offer eight units of academic credit (e.g., two 4-unit courses). Programs would be offered during Summer Session 1 or 2; each session is five weeks long, and will include two to five weeks of travel in the United States.

    Learn more here

  • Archived News

Newsletters from the Vice Provost

  • The 2016 Freshmen class
  • Include the Academic Resource Center resources in your syllabus
  • Time for a change? Course re/design support
  • Planning for 2017 Summer Session begins
  • Opportunities for funded Undergraduate STEM research
  • Innovative Learning Technology Initiative (ILTI)
  • Fund your curricular innovations thru the NSF IUSE program
  • Save the dates

UCR's Graduation Rate Initiative


In June 2013, EVC/P Dallas Rabenstein appointed a task force to look into the causes of UCR's comparatively low graduation rates and to make recommendations to increase the campus's 4 and 6-year graduation rates.  In January, the Graduation Rate Task Force submitted its final report.  The report has been endorsed by Chancellor Kim Wilcox, EVC/P Rabenstein, and the College deans.



In the coming months the campus will post an implementation plan and reports on the implementation of the recommendations of the Task Force.



First-in-the-World Project: Monitoring Advising Analytics to Promote Student Success (MAAPS)


UCR is one of 11 cooperating institutions that have been funded by the Department of Education’s “First-in-the-World” fund to engage in innovative projects related to student success.



The purpose of a university is to produce "more intelligent members of society" by fostering "cultivation of the mind."

John Henry Newman, *The Idea of a University*

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General Campus Information

University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

Department Information

Undergraduate Education
3148 Hinderaker Hall

Tel: (951) 827-7750
Fax: (951) 827-7745

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