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UC continues to advocate that the executive branch end travel restrictions to the U.S. through partnerships, legislative support and timely guidance to students, faculty and staff.
UC leaders express deep concern about the executive order that temporarily restricts entry into the U.S. by people from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Applications from Latinos, the largest racial/ethnic group among state high school students, grew from 35.8 percent of California applicants last year to 37.2 percent for fall 2017.
Effective Jan. 1, 2017, all UC Merced employees, academic appointees and non-affiliates — such as vendors, contractors and volunteers — are required to report acts and threats of violence witnessed in the workplace.