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Important office reminders: Holiday decor safety and personal packages

The holiday season is upon us! As you celebrate in the office, please take note of these timely reminders from UCOP Building Services.

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Fresh gift ideas that show your UC pride

Our campuses are loaded with great gift ideas for everyone on your holiday shopping list.

Learn DIY gift wrap tips at the SERG hybrid holiday party

Learn how to choose and create sustainable gift wrap at in-person and virtual DIY workshops and celebrations.

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Getting help from UCPath and RASC over the holidays

In observance of official UC holidays, live support for UCPath and the UC Retirement Administration Service Center (RASC) will be closed on Dec. 23-24 and Dec. 30-31, 2021.

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Satisfy your sweet tooth with PACSW’s favorite cookie recipes

No matter what you’re celebrating over curtailment, the President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women has ideas to make your festivities delicious.

NAIPISA’s ideas for a fulfilling winter break

Looking for things to watch or read, or ways to give back? Check out these suggestions from the Native American Indigenous Pacific Islander Staff Association.

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Adopt-a-Family: Gifts are accepted through Dec. 11

Join UCOP colleagues in giving to needy families this holiday season through the Salvation Army Angel Tree.


Reminder: Please don’t send personal packages to work

As you shop for the holidays, please remember that we cannot send or receive personal packages at UCOP offices.

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Mark your calendar for our November holidays

This Wednesday, Nov. 11, is Veterans Day — and Thanksgiving is just around the bend!

Protect your personal safety this holiday season

The holiday season often brings an increase in crime. While our security staff provides the first line of detection and prevention in UCOP buildings, we all need to thwart opportunistic criminals.