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Guardian Scholars committee seeks volunteers

We are excited to extend an invitation to join the UCR Guardian Scholars Steering Committee, where you can play a crucial role in supporting current and former foster youth at UCR.

Why Join the UCR Guardian Scholars Steering Committee?

As a Volunteer Steering Committee Member, you will have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the...

By Office of Foster Youth Support Services/Guardian Scholars |

UCR Welcomes 7,000 Students This Weekend!

Thursday, September 21 to Sunday, September 24 is the annual Fall campus housing Move-In Days.


By Housing Services |

Discover the Latest News From Campus IT

The Digital Digest back-to-school issue is here!

In this issue, ITS announces the details of the

By UCR Information Technology Solutions |

Apply today for the Chancellor's Making Excellence Inclusive Program

The eight-month Making Excellence Inclusive Diversity Certificate Program will guide participants th

By The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion |

Protect Yourself this Wildfire Season

As temperatures rise again, the risk of wildfires increases. Each Summer and Fall, Southern Californ

By Environmental Health & Safety |

Important - Notice of COVID Workplace Outbreak

Important - Notice of COVID Workplace Outbreak

Locations & Effective Dates:
School of Medici

By Environmental Health & Safety |

Get the Latest Updates From Campus IT with the Digital Digest Newsletter

The Digital Digest summer issue is here!

In this issue, ITS provides updates on the campus Zoom P

By UCR Information Technology Solutions |

UCR Orchestra is open to students, staff, faculty, and community members

UCR Orchestra

Tues. & Thurs. 4:10 - 5:50 pm 

ARTS 157

UCR Orchestra is open to stu

By Ruth Charloff |

Staff volunteers sought for Block Party

The Associated Students Program Board is looking for staff volunteers to assist with our Block Party concert on Saturday, September 30th. Block Party starts at 4:00pm and ends at 9pm. The event is located on the various lawns around the Bell Tower. Entrances are on the lawn outside the Student Business Services building. 

Staff will help with...

By Associated Students Program Board |

UCR's two choirs welcome students, staff and faculty

UCR Choirs: Chorale & Chamber Singers

Chorale: Tues. & Thurs. 11:00 am - 12:20 pm, ARTS 1

By Ruth Charloff |

CALL for Faculty who Sing or Play an Instrument

Calling for Faculty who Sing or Play an Instrument - Showcase your Talent!

The Academic Personnel

By Academic Personnel Office |

High Heat Hazard Alert | Supervisors Resources

On July 12th CalOSHA issues a High Heat Hazard Alert stating that Employers must protect worker from

By Environmental Health & Safety |

Reminder: Steam Utility Shutdown

Heat and steam will be off to campus buildings for one week. See which buildings are affected below.

By Facilities Services |

First-Generation Mentorship Program Applications are LIVE!

Residential Life is launching 2023-2024 applications for First Generation Mentorship Program (FGMP),

By Residential Life |

UE Speaker series focuses on student success

UC Riverside Undergraduate Education is launching a speaker series on student success that will kick off July 11 with Victor Moreira, coordinator of Black student success at UCR, at the XCITE Commons at the Rivera Library.

Moreira’s talk is titled “Black Student Success…A Collective Effort.” Future topics will include serving first-generation...

By Vice Provost & Dean for Undergraduate Education |

Volunteers Needed for Student Conduct Committee

Are you seeking an opportunity to collaborate and form connections with colleagues in other units?  Student Conduct and Academic Integrity Programs (SCAIP) invites you to volunteer to serve on the Student Conduct Committee (SCC). The SCC makes decisions regarding serious and recurring alleged violations of university policies, which may result in...

By Student Conduct and Academic Integrity Programs |

New Insurance Exception Request Portal Launches

New UCR Procurement & Risk Management  

Online Request for Exception to UC Insuranc

By Risk Management |

Retirement celebration for UC Path executive director

Please join us in celebrating Antonette Toney’s 30 years of service to the University of California on June 27.

Antonette Toney

Antonette has announced her early retirement from UCR, effective June 30,  to focus on her health. Antonette currently serves as the executive director of the UC Path Campus Support Center, or CSC, at UCR and was instrumental in...

By Planning, Budget and Financial Administration |

Discover What’s New With Campus IT

The second issue of Digital Digest is here!

In this issue, readers will learn about Looker, a rob

By UCR Information Technology Solutions |

Planned Steam Utility Shutdown for Maintenance

When: Starting Saturday, July 15 at 12:00 a.m. through Sunday, July 23, UCR’s Central Plant will b

By Facilities Services |