UC Board of Regents to discuss campus protests, private support at upcoming meeting

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Later this month, the UC Board of Regents will meet for the second time this year to discuss and take action on a variety of issues, including campus protests and private support to the university.

The meeting, which is scheduled for March 27-29, will return to UC San Francisco’s Mission Bay campus after having taken place at the Riverside campus in January.

January’s meeting — which was halted by protesters for almost an hour — was also the site of protests around the building in which the board was meeting.

This month’s meeting will be the last before the May board meeting in Sacramento, in which the board plans to rally with students to advocate for state funding to the UC.

An audio stream of the meeting will be available to the public on the UC’s website.

Read below for a list of some of the most important issues the regents will discuss — and in some cases, vote on — during the March meeting

Tuesday March 27

Wednesday, March 28

Thursday, March 29

Damian Ortellado is the lead higher education reporter.