University of California board suspends use of SAT, ACT test scores for admissions | ABC7

The University of California Board of Regents voted Thursday to suspend the use of SAT and ACT scores for students applying for admission as freshmen to its nine campuses, which include UCLA and UC Irvine, until fall 2024. Full story: Read More …

University of California system eliminates standardized tests

The University of California system will no longer require students to submit ACT and SAT test scores as a part of their college application requirements. Akil Bello, the senior director of advocacy and advancement for The National Center for Fair Read More …

University of California dropping SAT and ACT requirements

The University of California will drop the SAT and ACT tests as admission requirements through 2024 and eliminate them for California residents after that, per a landmark decision by the prestigious university system. CBS Los Angeles’ Juan Fernandez has the Read More …

Forum 25 | Christopher Kelty | Open Access, Piracy, and the Scholarly Publishing Market

March 16, 2016 | Alpha Gamma Rho – Walter A. Buehler Alumni Center Christopher Kelty, Professor, Departments of Anthropology and Information Studies and the Insitute for Society and Genetics, at the University of California, Los Angeles. Abstract: In his lecture, Read More …

School of big bucks: California colleges rejecting in-state students

An audit of the University of California school system found that in-state students were rejected at a significantly higher rate than out-of-state students. The reason is simple: in-state tuition brings in less money. To discuss the ramifications of this audit, Read More …