UC plans to expand enrollment of California undergrads next year
On the Side of the Powerful: The Impact Agenda and Sociology in Public
statement of the UNC Faculty Assembly on the UNC President Search Process
http://dailybruin.com/2015/10/21/ucla-must-address-violence-a UCLA must address violence against women in light of student’s death
And: this also in the headlines right next to the above
This next should seem 'doable'...right?
University of California psychological counseling centers served 33,164 patients in the 2014-2015 fiscal year. Of those patients, 6,228 were at UCLA.
About 5 percent of all UC students were seen for either crisis, urgent or triage same-day appointments between July 1, 2014 and Feb. 28, 2015.
In 2014, 23 percent more students used UCLA’s Counseling and Psychological Services than in the year before.
It would cost the UC $17,441,474 annually to support the University’s needed number of mental health professionals, almost a million dollars over the counseling centers’ revenue.
Twenty-five percent of students who use psychological counseling centers across the UC are already prescribed psychotropic methods at the time of their access.
Compiled by Catherine Liberty Feliciano, Bruin senior staff.
In UC admissions , it becomes complicated...
The term 'Asian' may be overly broad but California is stuck with it http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-asian-veto-20151021-story.html
And grants from DC: