Year in Review
2018 was a big year for UCI, where new levels of excellence were achieved, and the foundation was laid for a brilliant future. To help all our students learn and flourish, the campus unveiled the Anteater Learning Pavilion, California’s first “active learning” facility. The Institute and Museum of California Art voiced bold plans for a world-class center while providing a first glimpse of the heralded Buck Collection. U.S. News & World Report rated UCI the seventh-best public university in the country, marking our highest-ever performance in these influential rankings. This came on the heels of Money putting UCI third on the publication’s 2018 list of the “best colleges in the U.S.” for our stellar blend of accessible, high-quality education and alumni success. In addition, because of our innovative sustainability programs, UCI is the No. 1 “Cool School” in the U.S. As always, it’s been a good year to be an Anteater. Here are some highlights.
Breaking world records.
The fall 2018 issue of UCI Magazine focused on the university’s work in manifesting “The American Dream.”
- Advancing the American Dream — UCI is unsurpassed at helping low-income, first-generation and other nontraditional students thrive in college and beyond
- The American Dream Personified — Profiles of eight alumni who have overcome challenges and are making a difference in their communities and in the world
- Her Dream? To Call the U.S. Home — UCI law student and “dreamer” Viridiana Chabolla is one of six plaintiffs in Garcia et al. v. United States of America et al.
Here are a few of our top hits.