• UC Santa Barbara Assistant Police Chief Cathy Farley

    After 30-plus years of service to campus, Cathy Farley, assistant police chief and alumna, moves on

  • The illustrated memoir by Caldecott-honored artist Thi Bui is the selection for UCSB Reads 2019

  • Happy family at UC Santa Barbara fall 2018 move-in

    Move-in activities and New Student Convocation mark the start of the new academic year

  • UC Santa Barbara Chancellor Henry T. Yang

    New Student Convocation is the university’s official induction for freshman and transfer students

  • Highlights from UC Santa Barbara's 2018 Commencement exercises
    Highlights from UC Santa Barbara's 2018 Commencement exercises

    Annual commencement exercises conclude the 2017-18 academic year

  • UCSB’s 2018 commencement activities to celebrate 6,784 graduates

  • UCSB Give Day 2018 group of student laughing with pompoms

    UCSB Give Day 2018 raises more than $5.6 million in just 24 hours

  • UCSB hosts 16th California Higher Education Sustainability Conference

  • Bren School student researchers collaborate with Patagonia to address emerging issue of microfiber pollution

  • Video highlights from The Curie-osity Project at UCSB
    Video highlights from The Curie-osity Project at UCSB

    The Gevirtz School teams with Girls Inc. to help 4th – 6th graders find their inner Madame Curie

  • UCSB teams with students and community on safety enhancements and alternative events for Halloween weekend

  • UCSB scholar Alan Liu’s 4Humanities initiative sees success with new student contest

  • Gabriela Quintana-Garcia and Nancy Alvarez

    More than 100 new UCSB graduates are selected as members of Phi Beta Kappa

  • With a Ph.D. from UCSB, newly minted electrical engineer Anisa Myzaferi sets off on new adventure in education

  • UCSB undergraduate students receive Chancellor’s awards for their research contributions

  • With eight ceremonies over eight days, UCSB’s annual commencement exercises will celebrate 5,745 graduates for 2015–2016

  • UCSB LabRATS take sustainability into science labs
    UCSB LabRATS take sustainability into science labs

    UCSB LabRATS program takes sustainability into science labs, saving water, waste and energy

  • All Gaucho Reunion highlights
    All Gaucho Reunion highlights

    More than 9,000 alumni and community members are expected at UCSB for 10th Annual All Gaucho Reunion

  • A sneak peek at life as an English major at UCSB.
    A sneak peek at life as an English major at UCSB.

    Go inside the UCSB English Department, where an inclusive, interdisciplinary culture challenges students and supports them all the way.

  • An inside look at studying film and media at UCSB
    An inside look at studying film and media at UCSB

    UCSB’s Department of Film & Media Studies is fertile training ground for aspiring auteurs, academics and more. Meet a few of them.

  • Student efforts to change the culture in Isla Vista are reflected in “The Warmup” and other Gauchos-only events

  • Aiming for another safe and quiet weekend, a host of restrictions and regulations are in place for Deltopia

  • Climate change iStock Photo

    New English course examines climate change debate by analyzing popular narratives on all sides of the argument.

  • Megan Jones and Madison Frame

    Philanthropically focused student group UCSB First dispenses $4,250 in grants during 2016 Philanthropy Awards Dinner

  • More than 600 college students to attend Afrikan Black Coalition conference at UCSB

  • UCSB Soup Guy Mickael Blancho gives a demo

    Food, Nutrition and Basic Skills Program for students at UCSB is aimed at food security

  • Gauchos for Recovery team

    Alcohol & Drug Program collaborates with the student group Gauchos for Recovery to host a conference at UCSB

  • UCSB Power Save Contest Award

    Student residence halls join forces to topple the competition in UC-wide energy saving contest

  • Infusion of $5 million in gift funds a major boon to Department of Economics

  • UCSB undergraduates get a lesson in how to make the most of their liberal arts degrees

  • All actively enrolled UC Santa Barbara students now have the ability to access expanded Microsoft Office tools for free.

  • Highlights of a few of UCSB's many outreach efforts
    Highlights of a few of UCSB's many outreach efforts

    UC Santa Barbara takes outreach to a new level, with a variety of programs that extend the campus’s impact to a host of communities — and countries

  • UCSB is delivering on its promise of additional university housing for undergrads

  • UCSB students have been taking advantage of the big waves spawned by Hurricane Marie.

  • A look back at how UC Santa Barbara students, faculty and staff pulled together to grieve, remember and start the healing process after the tragedy in Isla Vista.

  • Awards recognize extraordinary scholastic achievement, service to the university and community and personal courage

  • UCSB, students, Storke Tower

    Chancellor Henry T. Yang opened Storke Tower to UC Santa Barbara students on Friday, May 22, to fulfill the promise he made last year for the University of California Promise for Education campaign.

  • The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution on Tuesday, May 6, recognizing UC Santa Barbara for Promotion of Health in Santa Barbara County.

  • It’s the ultimate brag book. Except it’s a website, and it isn’t so much bragging as it is highlighting points of pride.

  • Campus notches a new milestone with record number of undergrad applications, reflecting growing demand for a UCSB education

  • Dr. Mary Ferris, director of Student Health at UC Santa Barbara, answers questions about meningitis and meningococcal disease.

  • A new suicide prevention outreach effort is designed to encourage everyone in the campus community to speak up for people in distress. The campaign known as #saysomething — a grant-funded endeavor of Counseling and Psychological Services —...

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