At its November meeting, the UC Board of Regents confirmed that the university system will continue to practice test-free admissions for the foreseeable future. The standardized testing requirement for first-year applicants was originally suspended in May 2020 for all applicants through fall 2024.
UC Riverside invites admitted students from all over the world to visit our Southern California campus. Connect with the Highlander community and get answers to all your UCR, Highlander, and even Scotty the Bear questions.
UC Riverside’s fall 2022 transfer application deadline has been extended to Jan. 7.
Thanks to safety protocols including vaccine and testing mandates, UCR was able to welcome students back to campus in September for in-person classes, events, and more.
Join us for Slice of Life at UCR, a student-led series of Instagram Live events for prospective first-year and transfer students. Current students and admission counselors will share what campus life is like, how to apply, and classes in real time (don’t worry, there aren’t any quizzes!). Plus, you could win an iPad 10.2” or...
Apply for the B.S.+ 1 Statistics M.S. program before the start of your fourth year at UC Riverside and receive your master’s degree in statistics from our College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences.
All incoming UCR students must submit their final official transcripts and test scores as part of their admissions requirements. Deadlines for both are fast approaching.
Attention Incoming Students: On-campus housing is filling up fast! Submit your Housing Contract right away. Experience on-campus living as close to pre-pandemic “normal” conditions as possible.
Held twice weekly throughout May and June, the Puente Connection Summer Series features webinars and networking events for community college students who are ready to transfer to a UC.
UC Riverside’s Highlander Days is an open house that connects admitted and prospective students with the campus community so they can learn more about studying at one of America’s leading universities. This year’s event is virtual and features a special contest where admitted students can win amazing prizes.
The Puente and Umoja Admitted Student Celebration will give transfer students a place to learn about campus resources, connect with other students, and celebrate their admission to UCR.
Get to know UCR's Black CommUNITY and the people, resources, and community dedicated to your success at Unity Day, a virtual event for Black students by Black students.
Hosted by Undergraduate Admissions transfer unit, Puente Day provides community college students with information on transferring to UCR and applying for financial aid and connects them with current UCR students who've been through the transfer process.