• 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.

Continuing Undergrad Scholarships! Apply Now!

How To Submit an Application

DEADLINE TO APPLY: MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, UP TO 11:59 pm

  • http://MyTritonlink.ucsd.edu/
  • Enter your User ID & Password
  • Under Financial Tools, click Financial Aid
  • Click 2018-2019 Academic Year Scholarships, then click on two sign in boxes/screens to get to the application.
  • When you complete the General Application, click Finish and Submit (you can make changes up to the deadline)
  • On the Opportunities tab (top-left pulldown) click All, select appropriate scholarship, and Apply

Revelle College Inaugural Class Scholarship:  Awarded to juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, who are Revelle College students, with a 3.0+ GPA, and have demonstrated college level campus/community leadership or volunteer experience.  This is a one-year award up to $2,400.  Include information in the Employment, Extracurricular, or Volunteer sections.  In the Essay provide information about your campus/community involvement.

F. Thomas Bond Revelle College Scholarship: Awarded to Revelle College students who will be seniors in the upcoming academic year, have a 3.7+ cum GPA, and participated in significant extra-curricular campus activity. Prior recipients of this award are not eligible. This is a one-year award up to $1,000. Include one or more Extracurricular and/or Volunteer Service activities. In the Essay provide information about your campus involvement.

Philip R. & Pamela Fadem Palisoul Alumni Scholarship:  Awarded to Revelle college, full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, who have a 3.0+ cum GPA, have demonstrated financial need, who are Arts and Humanities majors, and have demonstrated college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership. This is a two-year undergraduate scholarship up to $2,000 annually.  Include career-enhancing information in Employment, Extracurricular, or Volunteer sections.  In the Essay provide information about your interest and goals in your major and your community involvement.

Liora Kian-Gutierrez ’84 and Lou Gutierrez ’74 Scholarship: Awarded to full-time Revelle or Marshall College students who will be juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and demonstrated college-level academic, campus or community service/leadership. This is a one year award, paid at up to $2,000. Include information in Employment, Extracurricular, or Volunteer sections.  In the Essay provide information about your interest and goals in your major and your community involvement.

Kathryn Mort Lane Alumni Scholarship: Awarded to full-time Revelle College juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and demonstrated college-level academic, campus or community service/leadership. These awards are up to two years, paid at up to $2,000 annually Include information in Employment, Extracurricular, or Volunteer sections.  In the Essay provide information about your interest and goals in your major and your community involvement.

Tom Tucker Alumni Leadership Scholarship:  Awarded to a full-time junior or senior in the upcoming academic year, with financial need, with a 3.40 cum GPA, have college-level academic, campus or community service/leadership, and have or are participating in UCSD Student Government. This is a one-year scholarship up to $10,000.  Include one or more Extracurricular and/or Volunteer Service activities. Under Supplemental Questions provide information about your Student Government involvement and leadership.

Marchick-Rallo Alumni  Scholarship:  Awarded to full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, who have a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, have college-level academic, campus or community service/leadership, and have or are participating in UCSD Student Government. This is a two-year scholarship up to $2,000 annually. Include one or more Extracurricular and/or Volunteer Service activities.  Under Supplemental Questions provide information about your UCSD Student Government participation.

Sold No More: Human Trafficking Awareness Program

Social Impact & Innovation at UC San Diego presents Sold No More, an educational film adapted from the National Book Award nominee and Quill Award-Winning novel by Patricia McCormick. Based on true stories, SOLD is the story of Lakshmi's journey from a peaceful, rural village in Nepal to the gritty brothels of Kolkata, India. Through one extraordinary girl's story, SOLD illustrates the brutality of child trafficking, a horrifying crime experienced by an estimated 3 million girls every year around the globe. 

FREE screening with Reservation:

1) Wednesday, January 17, 2018, 1:00pm - RSVP

2) Wednesday, January 17, 2018, 3:00pm - RSVP

This screening is made possible by the generous grant made by Florence Zahn from the Moxie Foundation.
Learn more at www.moxiefoundation.org

2018 Summer Internships in Singapore

The Lien Centre for Social Innovation is looking for social innovation media interns for our 8-10 week Summer Associate Program. We have two positions available:

  1. Editorial Associate, for students interested in contributing to Social Space, our biannual magazine. The application can be found here.
  2. Video Production Associate, for students interested in the new Social Conversations video podcast that the Lien Centre will be producing in 2018. The application can be found here.

Additionally, the Institute of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Singapore Management University, is also looking for interns for their 8-10 week Summer Executive Program. They have four positions available:

  1. Executive, Innovation Academy, for students interested in designing and reviewing new models of delivering entrepreneurship education. The application can be found here
  2. Executive, Business Innovations Generator (BIG), for students passionate about working directly with the next generation of Southeast Asian start-ups. The application can be found here.
  3. Executive, Communications, for students keen on storytelling and amplifying our reach to the Southeast Asian innovation ecosystem. The application can be found here.
  4. Executive, Strategy, for students eager to be part of the strategic planning process at IIE. The application can be found here.

The deadline for all applications is Wednesday, 31 January (SGT). Internships are unpaid.

 

UC San Diego: Our Community

UC San Diego Principles of Community

UC San Diego Information on Immigration ~ Immigration Policy and FAQs Update

UC San Diego Civility Statement ~ Like all public universities, our campus is home to diverse organizations, faculty, staff, and students with a wide range of interests and points of view

Undocumented Student Services Center - UC San Diego supports DACA Students

Triton Concern Line - Support students of concern

Undergraduate Writing Center - The Writing + Critical Expression Hub supports all writers on campus—every writer, any project—and promotes writing as a tool for learning