June 29, 2017

The University of California today (June 29) announced new systemwide procedures for responding to alleged sexual misconduct by faculty and staff that provide greater transparency, consistency and timeliness in

June 16, 2017

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On an annual basis, all members of our community are required to read a short Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment (SVSH) memorandum which contains information regarding sexual harassment and sexual violence policy and resources. It should take about 5 minutes to review. This new requirement is in addition to the requisite biannual online SVSH training.

June 2, 2017

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March 17, 2017


In April, Secova, Inc., working with UC Human Resources, will begin reaching out to certain employees and retirees to reverify the eligibility of some dependents for health and welfare benefits. If you are selected as part of this reverification process, Secova will request information verifying the current eligibility of your spouse or domestic partner, grandchildren or legal wards.

March 14, 2017

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January 26, 2017

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January 18, 2017

Travel Policy

The University of California Office of the President invites comments on the proposed revisions to the Presidential Policy Business and Finance Bulletin (BFB) – G-28, Travel Regulations.

December 12, 2016

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Tools and resources to help plan and manage international research, travel and other activities abroad are just some of the information that’s easily accessible on the systemwide UC Global Operations (UCGO) website launched this month. 

November 4, 2016

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September 16, 2016


Time away from work for a pregnancy, illness or unexpected injury could mean months without a paycheck. While UC’s basic employer-paid disability insurance offers some protection – a benefit capped at $800 per month for six months – it probably won’t be enough to cover your expenses. 

For a modest monthly premium, UC’s Voluntary Disability Insurance replaces much more of your income – 60 percent of your eligible pay up to $15,000 per month – for increased financial security when you need it most.