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Congratulations and Welcome! Your student was recently admitted to UC Riverside and is now part of the Highlander family — and so are you! This digital brochure provides resources and answers to some frequently asked questions that may be of interest to you. This year, UCR received over 66,000 freshmen and transfer applicants, which shows a significant increase over the previous year’s nearly 63,000 applicants. UCR can only accept a fraction of those students, so the fact that your student was accepted speaks to their accomplishments and potential, and to the encouragement and support they have received from you along the way. The next step is for your student to say YES to UC Riverside by submitting their Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) through their My.UCR.edu account by May 1 for freshmen or June 1 for transfer students. After that, we will provide more details on your student’s future here! For now, this booklet is a good start to discover more about UCR and how we help your student succeed. I look forward to the day when I can welcome you and your student to our beautiful campus as we prepare for in-person instruction for fall 2021. Be assured we’re doing everything expected (and more) of a leading UC campus to #KeepHighlandersHealthy. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at admissions.ucr.edu/ask. Kim A. Wilcox Chancellor 2 UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS 900 University Ave. | 3106 Student Services Building Riverside, CA 92521 | admissions.ucr.edu/ask
Some of the content in this brochure reflects pre-campus closure services, due to COVID-19 restrictions. Please contact each department for temporary protocols that may still be in place, and keep in mind that we plan to return to in-person instruction in fall 2021. A PLACE IN THE SUN Welcome to blue skies, friendly faces, and open spaces for world-class learning, living, and student success. UCR is located about 60 mi (96 km) from popular destinations like Hollywood, Huntington Beach, Big Bear, Palm Springs, and San Diego. (Best part? We’re only about a one hour drive from Disneyland!) UCR’s beautiful Southern California campus is your student’s first step to a fantastic future.
A PLACE A PLACE THAT TO BELONG VALUES SAFETY Choosing a college is an important life Your student is in good hands here. decision for your student. Student success and safety are top priorities at UCR. We have an It’s a journey you share with them — and we hope it leads to UCR. on-campus police department that is on call 24/7 and patrols the Your student was admitted to UC Riverside because we recognize campus, as well as an emergency notification system that sends their hard work, preparation, potential, and concern for others. them urgent texts, a no-tolerance policy against sexual violence, That sounds like a Highlander. That sounds like a perfect fit and secure residence halls with video surveillance, restricted card for UCR. access and live-in staff. Our Community Service Officers patrol halls and parking lots during evening hours, and Campus Safety As one of the world’s finest universities, UC Riverside is a place Escorts are available to walk students across campus at night. for learning, growing, and pursuing dreams. It’s also a place of inclusivity, empowerment, and belonging. Here, your student can We have many other safety measures in place, but nothing tops prepare for the future and be part of a diverse, caring community. our most important one — our caring community. We look out for So can you, by joining the UCR Parents Association to stay each other. police.ucr.edu connected and informed. parents.ucr.edu 4
A PLACE THAT PROMOTES HEALTH We’re ready for a COVID-conscious return to campus. As we return to in-person instruction for the fall 2021 quarter, one of our most important tasks is to #KeepHighlandersHealthy. Our team of health experts, researchers, administrators, faculty, staff, and student body has spent the past year developing new protocols and adjusting activities to bring back the traditions that energize our university. See what UCR is doing to welcome your student to a higher standard of health, as we do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19. campusreturn.ucr.edu 5 At UCR, we have people and programs dedicated to helping your student feel safe, supported, included, healthy, and successful.
6 Highlanders are generous in spirit to one another — and to our neighbors. UCR consistently ranks among the nation’s top schools for community service and contributing to the public good. communityservice.ucr.edu
A PLACE OF INCLUSION AND INVOLVEMENT Like you, we want your student to have the best college experience possible. That’s why we offer nearly unlimited opportunities for your student to get involved, make friends, and have fun — from student clubs to concerts, workshops, service projects, movies, athletics, intramural sports, excursions, and more. A Place of Respect and Celebration At UCR, it’s come as you are. UCR is a place for your student to be unique, be part of an accepting community, and have a voice. We help students connect, celebrate their culture, and succeed academically and socially. Our support includes the Academic Resource Center, the Student Disability Resource Center, the Veterans Resource Center, International Students & Scholars Office, and the offices of our Ethnic and Gender Programs: African Student Programs, Asian Pacific Student Programs, Chicano Student Programs, LGBT Resource Center, Middle Eastern Student Center, Native American 7 Student Programs, Undocumented Student Programs, and Women’s Resource Center. diversity.ucr.edu
A PLACE TO LEARN, DREAM, AND DO If your student can dream it, Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) we can help them do it. student.engr.ucr.edu As one of the most prestigious universities in the America, UC School of Business Riverside offers world-class academics and research. Your student business.ucr.edu can choose from over 150 majors/minors and set out on a journey of discovery and achievement. admissions.ucr.edu/majors School of Medicine (SOM) medschool.ucr.edu Schools and Colleges School of Public Policy (SPP) Academic programs at UCR are offered in the following colleges spp.ucr.edu and schools: Anderson Graduate School of Management (AGSM) Academic Support agsm.ucr.edu Adjusting to college life can be challenging, and we’re ready to help students with their studies, time management, and personal College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (CHASS) growth. We provide a full suite of resources such as an Academic chass.ucr.edu Resource Center for tutoring, First Year Learning Communities for 8 College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences (CNAS) peer social and study support, First Year Programs with trained cnas.ucr.edu student leaders, and a University Honors Program for students who seek even higher challenges and opportunities. arc.ucr.edu Graduate School of Education (GSOE) education.ucr.edu
UCR has a reputation for groundbreaking 9 research, and is one of the few U.S. institutions to offer exceptional research opportunities to undergraduate students in all fields of study. ucr.edu/research/undergrad-research
Through rigorous academic study, opportunities for hands-on research, and job search skill building from the Career Center, your student will be prepared to achieve their dreams in a global workforce. careers.ucr.edu 10
A PLACE TO PREPARE FOR A CAREER The ultimate goal of getting a good education is to be able to achieve a dream. Get a well-paying job. Enjoy career success and financial freedom. That’s why, from day one, your student has access to UCR’s Career Center programs, workshops, and events. From personalized career counseling and career fairs to job search workshops, job discovery panels, help with resumes, and networking/recruiting events with top employers, we help prepare your student for career success. careers.ucr.edu UCR ranks 14th in public universities that provide students the highest average salaries for their tuition dollars. (CNBC Make It, 2020) 11 The average salary for UCR graduates is $69,000. (PayScale College Salary Report, 2019–20)
A PLACE TO BE HEALTHY AND WELL UCR’s Student Health & Wellness Services (SWHS) collaborative unit has your student’s mind, body, and spirit covered. shws.ucr.edu Basic Needs – basicneeds.ucr.edu Recreation – recreation.ucr.edu This team will address any of your student’s emergency Your student can keep active and healthy at UCR’s food, housing, or financial needs and connect them state-of-the-art Student Recreation Center (SRC), with to opportunities like $204 a month toward nutritious indoor rock climbing, weight lifting, swimming, playing groceries (if eligible). basketball, fitness classes, and more. They can also go on group trips like kayaking and hiking with Outdoor Case Management – casemanagement.ucr.edu Excursions, or rent gear to explore on their own. This office is your student’s go-to if they are struggling with personal or academic issues and need help clearing paths Student Health Services (SHS) – in order to solve problems that seem overwhelming. Parents studenthealth.ucr.edu are welcome to refer their student, if they are concerned. Your student can access this full-service, on-campus healthcare facility for urgent care, exams, prescriptions, Student Disability Resource Center – diagnostic tests, lab services, dental care, and more. sdrc.ucr.edu With the UC Student Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP), This resource ensures that students with disabilities your student’s doctor visits here are free. have equal access to educational programs and can fully participate in all aspects of campus life. Disability The Well – well.ucr.edu services are free, voluntary, private, and not part of The Well provides resources and support for your 12 transcripts. student’s physical, social, emotional, and spiritual health, including wellness programs and a peer All registered UCR Counseling and Psychological Services mentor network. students are automatically members of our on-campus, (CAPS) – counseling.ucr.edu 155,000-square-foot Your student has access to psychiatric services, free (14,399-square-meter) counseling, and 24-hour mental health support. Student Recreation Center.
A PLACE TO FIT IN, EXPLORE, AND HAVE FUN College should be fun! UCR offers many opportunities for involvement, community building, enjoyment, exploration, and creative expression, including: Student Organizations – highlanderlink.ucr.edu Joining a student org is a great way to get involved and meet friends. UCR has over 500 social, service, and academic student orgs – including over 30 sororities and fraternities. Campus Events – events.ucr.edu There’s always something going on at UCR! From art exhibits and athletic games to concerts, lectures, movies, and service opportunities — your student will have many options. Education Abroad – ea.ucr.edu UCR provides Highlanders a gateway to high-quality international opportunities, offered through academic coursework, experiential learning, and immersion to cultivate intercultural understanding and collaboration. 13
We make finding your student’s home-away-from-home easy. Our housing options offer everyday 14 essentials like on-site laundry facilities to much-appreciated amenities like Amazon lockers to Academic or Theme Living-Learning communities that will connect them with students who share their field of study or ethnic/cultural background. Although Guaranteed Housing s not currently available, Priority Housing is. Act fast by checking out our ELEVEN on-campus residence halls and off-campus apartments. housing.ucr.edu
A PLACE TO LIVE, DINE, AND THRIVE UCR is home to students who live on campus, live nearby, or commute to campus. We have resources to help everyone live well and be part of the campus community. Get a feel for housing and campus life by touring UCR. Although in-person tours aren’t currently available, we do offer other convenient options, like a driving tour of the campus’ architecturally aesthetic landmarks (map with UCR facts provided), a student-hosted campus tour video, a virtual Zoom meeting with a knowledgeable guide, or an interactive virtual tour (available from any location in the world). visit.ucr.edu DINING dining.ucr.edu Your student has many dining options at UCR, and dining plans are available to make getting a bite to eat easier than ever. Choices include American and international cuisines, residential and retail restaurants, convenience stores, a HUB food court, coffee shops, 15 food trucks, specialty menus with vegetarian, vegan, and halal options, and healthy choices — all right here on campus.
A PLACE TO FEEL AT HOME Residence Life housing.ucr.edu Living on campus, in the center of everything, your student can experience much more than classroom learning alone. In fact, national studies show that living on campus boosts the quality of a student’s educational experience. Residence Halls aren’t just places to sleep — they’re places to live, to feel at home, to learn, to make friends and to have fun. They include computer labs, laundry facilities, and tutoring services. Learning is always a priority. Beyond that, they offer hall-to-hall competitions, socials, dances, pool parties, cultural celebrations, BBQ’s, concerts, movies, and more. We also offer Living-Learning Communities and Themed Hall living options that connect your student to other students by common interests, heritage, and/or personal development. Commuter & Transfer Resources studentlife.ucr.edu/commuter-resources studentlife.ucr.edu/welcome-transfer-students 16 If your student lives off-campus or has transferred here, UCR has services, resources, and programs to help them get and stay connected on campus. This includes a Commuter and Transfer Lounge, a bi-weekly newsletter, a Commuter Guide, special dining plan options, carpools, and social “Pit Stops” with snacks.
A PLACE OF HIGH REGARD UC Riverside is not just an academic powerhouse and part of the prestigious UC system. We also rank high in other areas that count, like sustainability, investment, and advancement. We think big, so your student can do big. UC Riverside is one of The Princeton Review’s top colleges in the nation for sustainability practices. (2021) UCR is the top performing school in the nation on social mobility according to U.S. News & World Reports. (2021) UCR ranks among Money Magazine’s best colleges in the United States for quality and affordability. (2020) 17
UCR THINKS BIG SO YOUR STUDENT CAN DO BIG! Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) Graduate School of Education (GSOE) A top 50 public engineering college. (Best Graduate Engineering Started offering a new minor, Athletic Leadership — and is the School, U.S. News & World Report, 2021) first athletics-based undergraduate academic program for UCR and the UC system. It also facilitates the UC’s first family autism College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences resource center — SEARCH (Support-Education-Advocacy- (CHASS) Resources-Community). UCR’s largest college, serving approximately 60% of the student population with 65+ majors/minors. CHASS faculty includes School of Business Pulitzer Prize winners/finalists, Marvel Comics essayist, social UCR ranks No. 8 for Business Administration & Management activists, and media influencers. in California. (College Factual’s 2020 Best Colleges for Business Administration & Management) College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences (CNAS) UCR has the 52nd best computer science program in the nation. The School of Medicine (SOM) (2021 U.S. News & World Report college rankings) Graduated its first class in 2017 and made the rankings for the first time, at No. 93. (U.S. News & World Report, 2019) School of Public Policy (SPP) 18 UCR’s School of Public Policy ranks No. 101 as a Best Public Affairs Program. (U.S. News & World Report, 2020)
A PLACE A PLACE TO IMPACT TO SUCCEED THE WORLD UCR students make attractive job Year after year, UCR ranks among the candidates upon graduation, and top nation’s top schools when it comes to corporations come here to recruit. contributions to the public good. Employers that have recruited, hired or engaged with UCR Highlanders want to make an impact on the world. To not just students for job discovery, internships, campus interviews succeed – but to help others do the same. And we do. or careers include: Our graduates are Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winners, award- Airbnb Goldman Sachs PepsiCo winning journalists and filmmakers, business leaders and Amazon Hewlett-Packard Pixar presidents, scientists, actors and dancers, engineers, counselors, Apple Inc. IBM Qualcomm social justice leaders, teachers, Olympians, and so much more. We look forward to your student being another success story. Blizzard Intel Corporation SpaceX alumni.ucr.edu Deloitte Kia Motors Target Edwards LinkedIn Teach for America Lifesciences Lockheed Martin Twitter Environmental Macy’s Uber 66% of the class of 2020 was employed Protection Agency Microsoft Walt Disney and 23% were enrolled in a post-grad Esri 20 Facebook Nestle USA Company program one year after graduation. Wells Fargo New York Life (UCR Career Center, 2020) Foresters Financial Yelp Northrop Grumman GEICO Corporation
A PLACE TO LEARN FROM WORLD-RENOWNED FACULTY UCR will challenge your student with our world-class faculty, including two Nobel Laureates, a Pulitzer Prize winner, countless social activists, and world influencers. faculty.ucr.edu •N obel Prize-Winning Physicist — Barry Barish is a UC alumnus who is recognized for his decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves. •N obel Prize-Winning Chemist — Richard Schrock is a UCR •D esigner, Curator, Illustrator, and Cartoonist — John Jennings alumnus who is recognized for his development of a catalyst is a two-time Eisner Award winner, graphic novelist, and essayist for a reaction now used daily in the chemical industry for for Marvel Comics who is dedicated to publishing speculative the efficient and more environmentally friendly production graphic novels by and about people of color. of pharmaceuticals, fuels, synthetic fibers, and many other •A cclaimed Author — Susan Straight is an eight-time published products. novelist, a finalist for the National Book Award, Los Angeles 21 •A ward-Winning Researcher, Mona Eskandari (pictured) put Times Book Prize, and the National Magazine Award, and an all- UCR on the map with her recent COVID-19 lung biomechanics around empowerer of women. research, which investigates overventilation and the respiratory- damaging nature of the virus.
A PLACE THAT’S WORTH IT admissions.ucr.edu/cost Ranked by The Times Higher Education World University California lifestyle – for less. Rankings and Shanghai Jiao Tong University and as one of the world’s top universities, UCR is above average academically and The expenses associated with living in Riverside are considerably costs considerably less than many other schools when dispensed less than those in nearby metropolitan areas. financial aid is considered (need-based grants and scholarships). admissions.ucr.edu/about-riverside In fact, about 91.2% of undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid; about 70% of those who receive financial aid have their full fees covered by grants and/or scholarships. HOLLYWOOD WOODD Get more for your money. ANAHEIM ANA HUNTINGTON HUNTIN HU U BEACH Every registered UCR student has nationwide health coverage. Your student is automatically enrolled into UC Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) and can see a doctor and nurse on campus with no out-of-pocket expense. X-rays, lab work and even prescriptions are available. Every UCR student also has access to the Student Recreation Center (SRC), a 155,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility for exercise, sports activities, swimming, events and general 22 recreational use. Tuition, Cost, and Fees UCR’s undergraduate tuition and fees are $12,570 for California residents living with family. Find cost breakdowns for all populations at admissions.ucr.edu/cost
A PLACE THAT’S GENEROUS WITH FINANCIAL AID financialaid.ucr.edu A UC degree is more affordable than you might think! Nothing should stop your student from accessing UCR’s world- class education — especially money. Grants, scholarships, loans and work-study are offered to qualified students by our Financial Aid office. At UCR, 86% of undergraduate students receive financial aid and 70% of those who receive aid have their full fees covered by grants and/or scholarships. Remind your student to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at fafsa.ed.gov every year (even if they don’t think they’ll qualify) by the priority filing of March 2 for the best chances of getting financial aid. A note for Dreamers: The California Dream Act (AB 130 & AB 23 131) allows AB 540 students to be eligible for state financial aid. Students granted DACA should apply for California Dream Act, not FAFSA. dream.csac.ca.gov
FREQUENTLY Why UC Riverside? There are many reasons why more than 26,000 students enrolled ASKED QUESTIONS for our fall 2020 quarter. We are part of the prestigious University of California system, and are known for our impressive rankings, You have questions. We have answers. cutting-edge research, diverse student body, friendliness, and our easy access to everything Southern California offers. Discover more about how UCR will support admissions.ucr.edu your student. admissions.ucr.edu/parents-guardians Do you have on-campus housing and dining options? Yes. Freshmen are eligible for our four Residence Halls, while transfers and continuing students are eligible for those same four How can parents get involved with the campus? and an additional six Campus Apartments. Also, any student parent is eligible for our Family Housing option. The support of parents and families plays an integral role in their student’s experience at UCR. The Parents Association is Although we are not offering Guaranteed Housing due to the an opportunity for parents to engage with the campus and stay uncertainty of COVID-19, Priority Housing is available to students connected with their student. All parents and families of current who submit their contracts by May 10. We invite your family to students are invited to participate. parents.ucr.edu check out our 11 campus housing options and encourage your student to submit an application for the one that is right for them right away. housing.ucr.edu We have many on-campus restaurants, food trucks, and 24 convenience stores that offer affordable, healthy, and tasty treats. There are also tons of off-campus dining options within walking distance from the university. dining.ucr.edu admissions.ucr.edu/about-riverside
Does my student need to have a car? Is UCR affordable? No. Getting around the university is easy via foot, unmotorized Yes! We offer a range of scholarships/resources to help your scooter, or bike — with over 3,000 on-campus bike racks spaces. student pay for college depending on your finances and need. (We also provide free California bike licensing and registration.) For Through FAFSA (fafsa.ed.gov) or the California Dream Act distance travel, students can consider options like free Riverside Application, students can apply for most aid with just one Transit Agency (RTA) busses (by registering for a free mobile application. Meeting deadlines is important, so students should pass on our website), Metrolink (with two stations within 3 miles reach out to Financial Aid advisors with any questions about the of campus and with bus connections), Zipcar rental service, or application process. financialaid.ucr.edu asking friends with cars for a ride. Please note that freshmen living on campus cannot purchase Will my student have things to do around campus? parking permits unless they are approved for an exempt and There is always something going on at UCR! Students enjoy events motorized scooters are not permitted on campus. such as UCR’s two major concerts throughout the year, workshops, transportation.ucr.edu live performances, athletic events, theatre productions, speakers, celebrations, community service and leadership opportunities, Will my student get the classes they need to more than 500 students orgs, and more than 30 fraternities and sororities. events.ucr.edu • highlanderlink.ucr.edu graduate in four years? To graduate in four years, students are encouraged to meet regularly with their academic advisor, take 15 credits per quarter when possible, attend summer sessions, and take advantage of supportive resources including the Academic Resource Center. 25
How can I help my student be successful at UCR? Is my student required to have a laptop? Encourage your student to get involved and use the many Students in the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of resources available on campus, such as the Academic Resource Engineering (BCOE) have a laptop requirement, with specifications Center, academic programs, library workshops, Ethnic & Gender listed at student.engr.ucr.edu/laptop. Otherwise, students are not Programs offices and special academic support programs within required to have a laptop, but it is recommended. They can check our Residence Halls. Your continued support and encouragement out laptops through the HUB by using their R’Card (their UCR is also one of the biggest factors for success. ID card), and can use the many computer labs available within various campus buildings and housing areas. Students also have What medical resources are access to printers. available for my student? UCR’s Student Health Services (SHS) is a full doctor’s office and pharmacy on campus where students can go for checkups, Still have more questions? medical visits and prescriptions. Students also have access to a We have more answers on our website. dentist and optometrist. All students are required to have health insurance, whether it’s UCR’s medical insurance (UC SHIP) or admissions.ucr.edu/parents-guardians their own private insurance. All students can use SHS, but the only insurance accepted there is UC SHIP; students with private insurance pay out of pocket for services. We also have an on- campus Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) office that We’ve created a website exclusively for newly is free to students who are currently enrolled at UCR and have admitted students and their supporters — that’s 26 paid registration fees. you! It’s full of essential info any future Highlander LiveHealth Online is a virtual service (covered by UC SHIP) that should know. iam.ucr.edu allows students to video-chat with board-certified medical/mental health professionals about their health/mental heath needs and receive prescriptions. studenthealth.ucr.edu
“UCR is specifically designed to offer resources and opportunities for a wide range of students no matter the background, color, religion, etc. Students here are inviting and encouraging, so it’s easy to find a home at UCR.” Mehvish Ali ‘20 27
IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES Residence Halls Contract Available (Visit My.UCR.edu or housing.ucr.edu) March 1 Highlander Day (for Admitted Students) (highlanderday.ucr.edu) April 6-8 (Freshman) May 6-7 (Transfer) Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) Deadline May 1 (Freshmen) June 1 (Transfer) Priority Housing Deadline May 10 Transcript and Document Deadlines July 1 – Transcripts July 15 – Documents and Test Scores Freshmen Two-Day Orientation (orientation.ucr.edu) July - August (Various Dates) Transfer One-Day Orientation (orientation.ucr.edu) August - September (Various Dates) International One-Day Orientation (orientation.ucr.edu) September UCR Campus Apartments Check-in Day Sept. 17 Residence Halls Move-in Day Sept. 18-19 (Depending on assignment.) 2021 First Day of Fall Quarter Sept. 20 28
NEXT STEPS AND DEADLINES Admission to UC Riverside is highly competitive, so it is important that your student says “YES” to UCR by submitting their Statement of Say YES to UCR! Intent to Register (SIR) on time and continuing to meet all deadlines. SIR today! MyUCR.EDU Your student’s next steps aret to submit their Statement of Intent Remind your student to go to My.UCR.EDU – the “go to” place for to Register (SIR) at MyUCR.EDU by the date listed on their all communication from UCR about a student’s admission status, MyUCR account and keep track of important dates and deadlines. including important dates and deadlines. UCR has already created a My.UCR.EDU account for your student, and sent an email with their SIR Deadline: username and instructions for creating a password. If your student May 1 (freshman) didn’t receive this email, please have them contact Undergraduate Admissions at admissions.ucr.edu/ask. June 1 (transfer) Check the Status of Financial Aid If your student applied for financial aid, they need to check their status at their MyUCR account. We look forward to having you and your student as part of the Highlander family 29 and to seeing you on campus soon!
Please note that some departments may have limited resources due to COVID-19 but are still working diligently to address all your inquiries. HELPFUL NUMBERS & WEBSITES Academic Resource Center (Learning Center) Financial Aid Sexual Assault Resources arc.ucr.edu financialaid.ucr.edu CARE (Campus Advocacy, Resources, & Education) care.ucr.edu Admissions (Undergraduate) Housing admissions.ucr.edu housing.ucr.edu Student Conduct and Academic Integrity Programs (SCAIP) Campus Operator International Students and Scholars Office conduct.ucr.edu Dial 0 from campus phones | (951) 827-1012 international.ucr.edu/students Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) Campus Store (Bookstore) Library – Tomas Rivera sdrc.ucr.edu campusstore.ucr.edu library.ucr.edu Student Health Services (SHS) Campus Tours Library – Orbach Science Library studenthealth.ucr.edu visit.ucr.edu library.ucr.edu Student Life (Clubs, Recreation & Orientation) Career Center Office of the Registrar studentlife.ucr.edu careers.ucr.edu registrar.ucr.edu Student Recreation Center (SRC) Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Outdoor Excursions recreation.ucr.edu (951) 827-5531 | counseling.ucr.edu excursions.ucr.edu Transfer Success Program Counseling 24-Hour Hotline Police (UCR Police, non-emergency) arc.ucr.edu/tsp 2-TALK (8255) | (951) 827-TALK (8255) (951) 827-5222 | police.ucr.edu Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) Emergency Assistance (on or off campus) parking.ucr.edu 911 COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS RESIDENCE HALLS College of Humanties, Arts, and Social Sciences (CHASS) School of Business Aberdeen-Inverness chass.ucr.edu business.ucr.edu (951) 827-5460 30 College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences (CNAS) School of Medicine (SOM) Lothian cnas.ucr.edu medschool.ucr.edu (951) 827-5972 Graduate School of Education (GSOE) School of Public Policy (SPP) Pentland Hills education.ucr.edu spp.ucr.edu (951 827-6500 Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) Dundee student.engr.ucr.edu (951) 827-7540
This information is accurate and reliable at the time of publication but may change without notice. Please contact Undergraduate Admissions for the most up-to-date information. (3/21) As part of UC Riverside’s federal reporting requirements under the Clery Act, you can access our Annual Security and Fire Safety Report at go.ucr.edu/ CleryAct. A full list of Consumer and Safety Information Disclosures is also available at go.ucr.edu/ConsumerSafety. UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS 900 University Ave. | 3106 Student Services Building Riverside, CA 92521 | admissions.ucr.edu/ask lifeatucr ucradmissions ucradmissions lifeatucr Life at UCR +1 (909) 378-5012 ucradmissions @lifeatucr
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