University of California Admissions from A to G

Tuesday, September 27, 2016
10:30 am
1539 Longworth HOB
Please RSVP by September 26 to UCBriefings@UCDC.edu

Moderator:

  • Christopher W. Carter, Director, Student Financial Support, UC Office of the President
    • Director Carter will provide an overview of UC’s historical commitment to equity and access, which is a central component of UC’s mission as a public institution.

Speakers:

  • Charles Nies, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, UC Merced
    • Success Depends on Preparation: UC’s commitment to its students begins with K-12 outreach, community engagement and partnership programs that raise academic achievement. Vice Chancellor Nies will provide an overview of UC’s efforts, as well as how UC’s best practices can be used as a model for other institutions trying to improve their own successes.
  • Youlonda Copeland-Morgan, Vice Provost, Enrollment Management, UCLA
    • Understanding the Application and Admissions Processes: Every year nearly 40,000 freshmen arrive on UC campuses and approximately 30 percent of UC undergraduates arrive as transfer students. Vice Provost Copeland-Morgan will explain the processes students follow to apply to and be admitted to the University of California.
  • Michael Miller, Interim Assistant Vice Chancellor, Enrollment Management; Director, Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, UC Santa Barbara
    • You Can Afford a UC Degree: The University of California is committed to assuring that all accepted students can finance their total costs of education. Interim Assistant Vice Chancellor Miller will describe UC’s Education Financial Model, and provide an overview of UC’s success in helping admitted students finance their education.

Resources:

Refreshments will be provided at this widely attended public event. This is part of an ongoing series of briefings hosted by the University of California’s Office of Federal Governmental Relations. For inquiries about this briefing, please contact Nicole Carlotto at Nicole.Carlotto@ucdc.edu or (202) 974-6325.