Under the leadership of Vice Chancellor Peter A. Hayashida, the UC Riverside University Advancement team raises public awareness of UCR's excellence in research, teaching and service. We encourage, promote, and secure public and private resources to support: recruitment and retention of world-class faculty; high-quality education for the best and brightest students who are reflective of California's diverse population; and leading-edge facilities and equipment necessary for inquiry and the creation of knowledge for the 21st century and beyond.
The UCR Office of Development is a proud partner with the thousands of alumni, parents and friends who have chosen to take a key role in shaping the face and future of this rapidly growing campus. The generosity of our donors not only enhances the quality of the UCR educational experience, it helps countless young people attain the skills and knowledge they need to succeed and lead in the 21st century.
University Advancement is committed to hiring and developing employees who want to be a part of a high performing culture that supports our UCR mission. Below are some of our current featured jobs:
Campus Security and Crime Report
The "Jeanne CLERY Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998," commonly referred to as the "CLERY Act," requires institutions of higher education receiving federal financial aid to report specified crime statistics on college campuses and to provide other safety and crime information to members of the campus community. The report is available on the UCR PD website at http://police.ucr.edu/clery/clery.html. If you would like a printout containing this information, you can contact a representative of the UCR Police Department at 3500 Canyon Crest Drive, Riverside, CA 92521 or by phone at (951) 827-5222.
UCPath Center - Offering Exciting Opportunities
The University of California has launched the UCPath Initiative to
UC employees are encouraged to explore career opportunities at the UC Path Center: