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View UCR's Beautiful Campus From the Air: From the lush landscape of the surrounding mountains to the citrus groves, UCR from the Air Part II features some amazing views of the campus, its unique architecture and diverse student body.


Read more about Look Online for UCR’s Future Design

New campus gateways, greenhouses and research facilities, student housing, and a health clinic for UCR students and the public, are part of a campus vision contained in a Physical Master Plan Study now available online. The report provides a foundation for strategic investments in new and expanded facilities and open space as UCR grows from the current 22,000 students to as many as 30,000 by 2025. It takes into consideration space needs, transportation, sustainability, safety and aesthetics.

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Read more about UCR Provides a Summer of Opportunities for Youth

Serious, high-achieving youth who want to spend their summer break boosting their education can look to the wide array of programs offered at the UC Riverside. From the arts to the sciences, there is sure to be something that will fit the interest of any ambitious student.Younger children, Grades 3 through 8, can participate in the Expanding Horizons program. Other UCR summer STEM programs include: The 2016 Summer Academy and FastStart. There’s also a Video Documentary Workshop for Teens.

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Other News at UCR Today

UCR AD Named to Important NCAA Committee

UCR Athletics Director Tamica Smith Jones was named to the Division I Women's Basketball Championship Sport Committee for a five-year term.

Make a Short Film About Why You Vote

June 10 is the deadline to submit films for a Palm Springs International ShortFest-UC Riverside competition.

A Seismic Shift in the Asian America Vote

Survey finds that anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim rhetoric in particular turns off Asian American voters.

Kal Penn Speaks at UCR May 31

The star of the "Harold and Kumar" comedy franchise takes civic involvement seriously.

The Voice Studio of Dr. Ralph Cato in Concert

Tuesday, May 31
8–9 p.m.
Arts Building Performance Lab, ARTS 166
Featuring student performances of art songs, and opera duets by music majors as well as non-music majors who share their enthusiasm and love for singing.

PLAYWORKS by UCR Undergraduate and MFA Playwrights

Wednesday, June 1
8–10 p.m.
University Theatre Theatre Lab, HUMN 411
Premiere productions exploring issues and textures of contemporary life by UCR student playwrights. A different slate of work is scheduled for each performance.

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