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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Transferring schools is a significant change that can often be overwhelming. I hope these tips can help alleviate some of that stress and make your first year at UC Berkeley the best.
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Transferring schools is a significant change that can often be overwhelming. I hope these tips can help alleviate some of that stress and make your first year at UC Berkeley the best.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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Sutton’s platforms include expanding resources available to transfer students, establishing ways to support student veterans and increasing representation for low-income minorities on campus.
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Sutton’s platforms include expanding resources available to transfer students, establishing ways to support student veterans and increasing representation for low-income minorities on campus.
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For a student used to paying in-state rates, the loss of residency could make UC tuition entirely unaffordable — $30,000 more per year.
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For a student used to paying in-state rates, the loss of residency could make UC tuition entirely unaffordable — $30,000 more per year.
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Community college was supposed to take two years for the average aspiring transfer student. That average wasn’t going to apply to me.
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Community college was supposed to take two years for the average aspiring transfer student. That average wasn’t going to apply to me.
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Despite the fact that transfer students currently make up nearly 30 percent of UC Berkeley’s incoming class, not a single transfer student was elected to the ASUC Senate in 2018. Without transfer representation within the ASUC Senate, decisions that impact these community members will be made without their input.
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Despite the fact that transfer students currently make up nearly 30 percent of UC Berkeley’s incoming class, not a single transfer student was elected to the ASUC Senate in 2018. Without transfer representation within the ASUC Senate, decisions that impact these community members will be made without their input.
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As a public university that attracts a high percentage of first-generation college students, UC Berkeley has a responsibility to lay the groundwork for these networks and set all students on the road to success — before and after graduation.
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As a public university that attracts a high percentage of first-generation college students, UC Berkeley has a responsibility to lay the groundwork for these networks and set all students on the road to success — before and after graduation.
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Here at UC Berkeley, sometimes it may feel as though guidance and mentorship is few and far between. There are so many different resources that sometimes it may feel confusing or daunting to know where or who to turn to when you feel like you need a bit of a push or pull to guide you in the right direction.
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Here at UC Berkeley, sometimes it may feel as though guidance and mentorship is few and far between. There are so many different resources that sometimes it may feel confusing or daunting to know where or who to turn to when you feel like you need a bit of a push or pull to guide you in the right direction.
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The number of transfer students in elected offices is consistently either one or zero, despite an incoming enrollment of nearly one-third of all undergraduate students. In the last six years, only six of the last 150 elected representatives were transfer students.
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The number of transfer students in elected offices is consistently either one or zero, despite an incoming enrollment of nearly one-third of all undergraduate students. In the last six years, only six of the last 150 elected representatives were transfer students.
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