Statement by the Graduate Deans in Support of the Black Lives Matter Movement

The Fall 2020 New Graduate Student Orientation will be presented online through iLearn. Students will receive course information via their UCR student e-mail on or before September 28th. If you are new to iLearn, view the iLearn Quick Start Guide.

Empowering engagement in an inclusive and collaborative research community

The UCR Graduate Division oversees graduate recruitment, admissions, academic affairs, fellowships, grants, employment, and mentoring. Our team provides a range of services to support graduate student success from the beginning of their graduate career, through the duration of their program at UCR, and beyond their degree completion. On these pages you will find links to the programs and opportunities hosted by Graduate Division. We encourage you to contact us, or set-up a time to visit our campus to learn more.

Virtual Graduate Open House Week

Tuesday October 13 - Friday October 16
$30 Application Discount for All Attendees!*

As you consider your options for graduate studies, we encourage you to explore the offerings and programs at UCR. With more than 60 years of high-impact research and a distinguished faculty, our campus provides a rigorous and inclusive environment for students.

This virtual open house week is the perfect opportunity to "meet" with faculty, admissions advisors, and students from a variety of graduate programs! We do hope you will take the opportunity to register for a few of our sessions.

*Please note: Only one application fee discount, per attendee, can be applied to a UCR graduate application.

Three students walking in a courtyard between buildings
Student services – virtual style
UCR welcomes students with an assortment of digital programming and support services.
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Doctoral student William Madrigal Jr., member of the Cahuilla Band of Indians, has been teaching three of the four classes since their inception in winter 2018. (UCR/Stan Lim)
UCR offers the first Cahuilla language course in UC system
Students in the four-class series also study Cahuilla society and culture.
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Chicano Student Programs, mid-late 1980s (UCR Archives)
How UCR became a national leader in enrolling Chicanx/Latinx students
The population’s growth over the last half century has been driven by students
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Three DACA students react to Supreme Court ruling
The Supreme Court ruled against the Trump administration’s attempt to end DACA in a 5-to-4 decision on Thursday, June 18.
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