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Class Change from Top of Old Physics Building, Royce Hall in Background,1966 (Ansel Adams)

Detail of "The Breezeway (with figure), 1966" (Ansel Adams)


The San Diego campus of the University of California had its origins in the closing years of the nineteenth century, when zoologists at Berkeley, setting out to establish a marine station on the Pacific, selected a site at La Jolla.

 
 
ABOUT UC SAN DIEGO

Historical Overview

The birth and early history of the San Diego campus

Administrative Officers

Information about chancellors and other early officials

 
ACADEMICS

Colleges and Schools

The creation and history of San Diego's main academic units

Academic Departments

The creation and history of individual academic departments

Faculty
Faculty biographies from In Memoriam

Graduate Division

The history of graduate study at San Diego

Institutes and Research Centers

Institutes and Research Centers and the dates they were established

 

 

STUDENT LIFE

Student Housing

The development of residence halls

Student Government

History of student governance at San Diego and student body presidents

Student Publications

Early student publications and their editors

Student Services

The offices that governed student life including financial aid and health services

Traditions

From Beach Parties to the Welcome Day, San Diego traditions

 
LIBRARIES AND THE ARTS

Cultural Programs

Traces the development of the arts on San Diego's campuses

Libraries

Creation and history of San Diego's library system

 
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Related Links

Links related to the San Diego campus

Bibliography

Books, monographs, articles and other documents related to the San Diego campus.

 
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