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UC admissions Oct. 26: Applying for financial aid

The final brown bag on UC admissions takes place next Monday, Oct. 26, 12 to 1 p.m., in Franklin 10325. Chris Carter, director of Student Financial Support, will provide an overview of financial aid terms and concepts, including

BRC Blast: T&E expenses

The timeline for submitting T&E expenses has shortened from 60 days to 45. Get the details in this month's BRC Blast.

Are you covered? Open Enrollment is time to look at benefits, consider any changes

Spend a few minutes, and take advantage of UCOP events, to get acquainted with your health and other benefits during Open Enrollment, from Oct. 29 to Nov. 24.

10-second bio: Meet Amy Vrizuela of the Business Resource Center

A Bay Area native who once lived on a houseboat, Amy Vrizuela divulges some Alameda trivia.

Learn more about undergraduate admissions from UCOP experts

If you or your child are preparing to apply for undergraduate admission to a UC campus in 2016, take advantage of the wealth of helpful information you can learn from our very own in-house experts.

Spaces available for Oct. 16 CPR/AED training

Become a certified emergency responder. Sign up for an American Heart Association workshop in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED).

Parking’s on the agenda for Oct. 19 travel clinic

The Business Resource Center (BRC) is offering a series of travel and entertainment clinics for Express users, proxies, travelers and reviewers. This month's session takes place Monday, Oct. 19, from 11 a.m. to noon, in Franklin 10325.

Building safety tips

Read this advice to stay safe and keep your belongings secure.

Join the conversation in PACSW’s LinkedIn group

The President's Advisory Committee on the Status of Women has started a LinkedIn group to share and discuss news, job opportunities and more.

Complete Cyber Security Awareness Training by Jan. 31, 2016

The training, which is video-based and will take approximately 50 minutes to complete, is an important step in helping UC continue to develop a strong defense against cyber risk.