A fresh academic year has officially begun at UC San Diego and the campus is bustling with activity. More than 150,000 first year and transfer students applied to join the university, over 32,000 were admitted and an estimated 10,000 new undergraduate students are expected to enroll this fall.
This fall, UC San Diego will be able to provide on-campus housing to nearly 14,000 undergraduate students. Beyond beds, new projects bring space for a new undergraduate college, innovative green features, diverse dining, campus-inspired art and open space for all to enjoy.
The newly-approved Science Research Park will advance the university’s research objectives, support commercialization and provide students with real-world challenges and experiences that prepare them to contribute to the future workforce.
To advance research and patient care for those suffering from lupus, William J. Wolfe and his family have donated $1.6 million to establish the Wolfe Lupus Research Fund at UC San Diego.
Triton Weeks of Welcome is officially underway, starting the academic year off on a high note with an immersive campus-wide series of more than one hundred introductory activities, special programs and signature events.
Three on-campus markets—Roger’s Market, Sixth Market and Seventh Market—will feature Amazon’s Just Walk Out technology, eliminating checkout lines and saving valuable time for students, faculty and staff.
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