• First class laboratories

    First class laboratories

  • Academic distinction

    Academic distinction

  • Galbraith Hall

    Galbraith Hall

  • Revelle Dining Commons

    64 Degrees

  • Enhancing your life experience

    Enhancing your life experience

  • Intellectual growth

    Intellectual growth

  • Commencement 2017

    Commencement 2017

Where sciences, arts, and humanities join to inspire and educate Renaissance men and women

Welcome to Revelle College!

At Revelle College, we focus on you and are proud of your successes here and after graduation. You're in the right place if you like rigorous educational curriculum and opportunities, stellar faculty, engagement in college life, collaborative activities and experiences, and a diverse environment in which to live, work, and play. Current students, faculty, founding faculty, alumni, and staff share their experiences here, and, read more in Revelle Foundations, a transcript of interviews about Revelle and it's curriculum history.

Welcome Week 2017

Welcome to all new Revellians and continuing Revellians! Click HERE for the Welcome Week Calendar 2017, and get ready to kick off the 2017-18 Academic Year! 

The Revelle College Commuter Activities Board encourages you to check out:

  • CABringing Down The House:  Sunday, September 24, 4:00 PM-6:00 PM, Revelle College Commuter Lounge (1st floor, Blake Hall), Brought to you by Commuter Activities Board
  • Passport to Revelle-Student Organization Fair (free fidget spinners!):  Monday, September 25, 2:00 PM-3:00 PM, Revelle Plaza, Brought to you by Revelle Organizations Committee
  • 1st Commuter Activities Board Meeting:  Wednesday, October 4, 2:30 PM, Revelle College Commuter Lounge (1st floor, Blake Hall), Brought to you by Commuter Activities Board

Also visit http://studentevents.ucsd.edu for more!

2018 KPCB Engineering Fellows Program: Apply Now!

Kleiner Perkins, a world-leading venture capital firm located in Silicon Valley, just announced that they are now accepting applications for the 2018 KPCB Engineering Fellows Program.

The KPCB Fellows Program is a unique, career-defining opportunity for technical students who are interested in pursuing technology, entrepreneurship, design and startups. With a portfolio of some of the fastest growing startups companies in Silicon Valley, the program matches students to companies like Coursera, Slack, Square, Airbnb, Pinterest, and Synack for summer work experiences. Additionally, this small cohort of Fellows will gain exclusive access to events and programming with the partners at Kleiner Perkins, CEOs and executives across a variety of our portfolio companies, and other talented KPCB Fellows.

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHWkqKBCH6k

Applications for the 2018 KPCB Engineering Fellows Program are open now and close September 30th, 2017To learn more and apply, click HERE.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program Renewal

UC SAN DIEGO
CAMPUS NOTICE
University of California, San Diego

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
September 12, 2017

 

We write today to share urgent news for those in our community who are in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

On September 5, the Trump administration announced it would end the DACA program, effective March 5, 2018. We strongly disagree with this decision. It threatens the future of many of our nation’s brightest minds, including thousands who currently attend or have graduated from the University of California. We are working hard to protect those who could be affected.

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services already has stopped accepting new DACA applications. However, if you already have DACA, and your permit is set to expire between September 5, 2017, and March 5, You must apply for renewal no later than October 5, 2017.

Even if DACA is phased out permanently on March 5, 2018, applying for a renewal no later than October 5, 2017 is the best opportunity to obtain two more years of protection against deportation and legal authorization to work.

We encourage every member of the UC community who currently has DACA to discuss your circumstances with immigration counsel. You may reach the UC Immigrant Legal Services Center here: ucimm@law.ucdavis.edu, or, if
you are at UC Berkeley, use this link: https://undocu.berkeley.edu/legal-support-overview/legal-support-appointments/.
Together, these offices will be scheduling workshops to assist UC students with renewal applications on every UC campus. Check with these offices or your campus Undocumented Students Coordinator for further information.

With fewer than 30 days before this deadline, we encourage everyone whose DACA permit expires in the next six months to act quickly. And please share this renewal application deadline with others who could benefit.

You may find more information on the renewal process here: goo.gl/3yFtCH 

The University of California is working on many fronts to ensure that protections continue for those in our community who, in good faith, joined the DACA program. It is our unequivocal belief that students should be admitted to UC and other institutions of higher education based on their records of achievement and without regard to their immigration status. UC will continue to offer services to our undocumented students, including:

• Continuing to allow California residents who are Dreamers to pay in-state tuition;
• Maintaining eligibility for institutional and State financial aid awards, including loans through the DREAM loan program (although students whose DACA status expires will not be able to continue to use their work-study authorization);
• Offering legal services to our undocumented students;
• Supporting campus-based student service centers; and
• Directing campus police not to contact, detain, question, or arrest individuals based on suspected undocumented status, or to enter agreements to undertake joint efforts to make arrests for federal immigration law violations.

We will continue to keep you updated with relevant news as the situation evolves. One of the best ways to stay informed and access additional resources is through our campus undocumented student service offices:
http://undoc.universityofcalifornia.edu/campus-support.html

Sincerely,
President Janet Napolitano
University of California

Chancellor Carol Christ
University of California, Berkeley

Chancellor Gary May
University of California, Davis

Chancellor Howard Gillman
University of California, Irvine

Chancellor Gene Block
University of California, Los Angeles

Chancellor Dorothy Leland
University of California, Merced

Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox
University of California, Riverside

Chancellor Pradeep Khosla
University of California, San Diego

Chancellor Sam Hawgood
University of California, San Francisco

Chancellor Henry T. Yang
University of California, Santa Barbara

Chancellor George R. Blumenthal
University of California, Santa Cruz

Revelle College Welcomes New Freshmen and their Parents & Families!

Revelle Orientation

Welcome new Revellians! We are very excited to greet you during Orientation. Get ready for a lot of fun while you learn about your new home away from home, Revelle College, UC San Diego! Ready? Want to know a little more right now? Great - let's get started HERE!

Information on Immigration ~ UC San Diego launches website

UC San Diego has launched a website to provide Information on Immigration. This site provides guidance, resources and support for navigating this fluid situation, and to reaffirm the University of California’s commitment to all members of its community.

Revelle College is committed to UCSD Principles of Community

OFFICE OF THE VICE CHANCELLOR – EQUITY, DIVERSITY, AND INCLUSION

Reminder of Opportunities to Engage Our Principles of Community

I take this opportunity to reissue our September campus notice regarding our shared responsibility to engage our Principles of Community.

Democracy is complex because no two people are the same. Our increasingly diverse campus community is home to individuals who hold vastly different political and ideological views. We honor this diversity and encourage the exchange of perspectives in constructive, responsible ways. We cannot allow the increasing level of political polarization, anxiety, fear, and affronts that pervade our current national discourse to disrupt and divide our campus community.

It is possible to disagree without being disagreeable.

Join me in reaffirming and Engaging Our Principles of Community. The campus notice from September can be found here:
http://adminrecords.ucsd.edu/Notices/2016/2016-9-26-1.html


Sincerely,
Becky Petitt, Ph.D.
Vice Chancellor –
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion