Here’s why UC Davis tuition is unlikely to change for Spring Quarter
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Here’s why UC Davis tuition is unlikely to change for Spring Quarter

Spring Quarter tuition likely to remain the same, university offering paid administrative leave Spring Quarter…

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UC lecturers say UC has failed to provide adequate resources for their success at today’s UC-AFT press conference
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UC lecturers say UC has failed to provide adequate resources for their success at today’s UC-AFT press conference

UC says it continues contract negotiations with UC-AFT, is working hard to provide individual lecturers…

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Remote instruction will continue during Summer Sessions
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Remote instruction will continue during Summer Sessions

“Virtual UC Davis” website now online, campus provides resources to increase Zoom privacy In an…

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“From the depths of my heart, thank you” — UC Davis laptop loan program helps students during virtual instruction
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“From the depths of my heart, thank you” — UC Davis laptop loan program helps students during virtual instruction

Laptops are still available for distribution during the first weeks of Spring Quarter In response…

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Spring Commencement to be held virtually, with possibility of later, in-person ceremony
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Spring Commencement to be held virtually, with possibility of later, in-person ceremony

UC Davis administration will explore option of in-person commencement in December UC Davis’ Spring Commencement…

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UC continues search for new president amid campus closures, COLA strike
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UC continues search for new president amid campus closures, COLA strike

Current UC President Janet Napolitano to step down this summer The UC is in search…

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Lecturers discuss obstacles, plans for remote instruction
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Lecturers discuss obstacles, plans for remote instruction

Faculty explore alternatives to engage, offer flexibility to students  Following UC Davis’ decision to implement…

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Vote on tuition increase for UC system postponed, future uncertain with COVID-19
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Vote on tuition increase for UC system postponed, future uncertain with COVID-19

Currently unknown how COVID-19 will impact proposed UC tuition hike The vote on a UC-wide…

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UC Davis offers on-campus voting options
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UC Davis offers on-campus voting options

Separate locations lead to confusion On Super Tuesday, March 3, students and Davis residents alike…

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Xenophobic message spray-painted on container near Toomey Field
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Xenophobic message spray-painted on container near Toomey Field

UC Davis, ASUCD officials encourage students, staff to uphold Principles of Community A shipping container…

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UC audit demonstrates inadequate documentation of admissions processes
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UC audit demonstrates inadequate documentation of admissions processes

 Lack of diversity among students admitted by exception Phase II of an internal admissions audit…

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In light of new initiative, what do the Principles of Community mean to UC Davis?
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In light of new initiative, what do the Principles of Community mean to UC Davis?

Following 30th Principles of Community week, a look into university’s “four words campaign” For the…

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UC Davis is a ‘top producer’ of U.S. Fulbright Scholars
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UC Davis is a ‘top producer’ of U.S. Fulbright Scholars

Seven scholars are recipients of prestigious award celebrating global perspectives The Chronicle of Higher Education…

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UC Davis officials address decision to make Spring Quarter instruction remote
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UC Davis officials address decision to make Spring Quarter instruction remote

Information released regarding future instruction, commencement Editor-in-Chief Kaelyn Tuermer-Lee, Managing Editor Hannah Holzer, Campus News…

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Remote instruction planned for Spring Quarter, Picnic Day canceled
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Remote instruction planned for Spring Quarter, Picnic Day canceled

Instruction to be done remotely for most, if not all, of spring Classes will be…

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