UC Merced understands and values the need to acknowledge the rich and diverse history of those who came before us and who are still with us today.
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded UC Merced’s Center for Educational Partnerships (CEP) five grants totaling more than $6.9 million for its Talent Search program.
The program aims to increase the number of youths from disadvantaged backgrounds to continue their post-secondary education.
Distinguished UC Merced Director of Medical Education and public health Professor Dr. Thelma Hurd has been appointed the inaugural Thondapu Family Endowed Chair in Medical Education.
“I am both gratified and honored,” said Hurd. “It is truly an important step in establishing a long-term medical education program on the campus and for the community.”
The recent takeover of Afghanistan by Taliban forces has caused many Afghans to flee their homes searching for asylum.
Responding to the urgency of the current situation in Afghanistan, UC Merced’s Center for the Humanities has joined the rest of the UC campuses in starting a campaign to help Scholars at Risk (SAR) save the lives of scholars in the region, as well as in other turbulent areas of the world.
As one of the most diverse universities in the country, UC Merced is devoted to continuing to provide an inclusive academic environment for all.
The University of California, Merced, continues its historic climb in the venerable US News & World Report rankings of U.S. universities, with the 2022 list released this morning.
UC Merced remains in the top 100, rising to 93rd among national universities — up 72 spots over four years. The campus is 38th among public universities and 18th among R2 universities.
This summer, children around the San Joaquin Valley got the opportunity to have some fun while learning.
Following an unprecedented year the University of California announced that its campuses made record-breaking admissions offers to the fall 2021 incoming class.
On top of a record number of transfer applications this year, UC Merced's transfer student admission has risen to 3,087, a 48.4% increase from the 2,080 students accepted in 2020.