From a group of academic pioneers in 1868 to the Free Speech Movement in 1964, Berkeley is a place where the brightest minds from across the globe come together to explore, ask questions and improve the world.
Want to change the world? At Berkeley we’re doing just that. When you join the Golden Bear community, you’re part of an institution that shifts the global conversation every single day.
Berkeley is home to some of the world's greatest minds leading more than 130 academic departments and 80 interdisciplinary research units and addressing the world’s most pertinent challenges.
From expeditions to Egypt in the late 1800s to stem cell research and artificial intelligence today, Berkeley has been at the forefront of research throughout its history. Here students can work side-by-side with Nobel Laureates, Fields medal winners, Fulbright Scholars and MacArthur fellows.
Life at Berkeley blends research and reflection, the scientific with the artistic, and the scholarly with the athletic. Our students come from different places and backgrounds, but together they create a diverse and kinetic community that seeks to create a better world.
Want to get involved? Opportunities to volunteer can be found at various campus locations and are open to students, faculty, staff and the public.
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Public service and leadership opportunities for students, faculty and staff.
Number of community organizations with Berkeley student involvement
Portal to 200-plus outreach programs linking UC Berkeley undergrads and grad students with local K-12 students.
Bringing together scientists and educators for public lectures and activities.
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Hands-on science exhibits, camps and school programs for kids, parents and educators.
Botanical curriculum, tools and educational programs for K-12 teachers and the public.
Leadership resources and coaching for Berkeley students.
UC Berkeley undergraduates engage in off-campus public service projects and programs annually
Supporting teaching and research in natural history with a variety of artifacts and collections.
A collaborative gardening project focused on food justice and sustainable agriculture
all-time top producer of Peace Corps volunteers