Cal Advocacy

In partnership with the UC Office of the President and UC Berkeley’s Office of Government and Community Relations, CAA is proud to announce that we have refocused our efforts on mobilizing alumni to advocate on behalf of the University through the Cal Advocacy program. Please join thousands of Cal alumni, students, staff, faculty, and parents in advocating for UC. Register today—the University needs your voice more than ever!

Our work will begin in the new year with the arrival of the 2017 legislative session.


UC Recaps the 2016 Legislative Year

The 2016 UC Office of State Governmental Relations’ Year-End Briefing recaps legislation that posed a ‘signifcant impact’ to the University of California in 2016.
Read the 2016 legislative recap »

UC Berkeley firms stimulate entrepreneurship in the Bay Area and Nationwide

A recent analysis found that the firms founded by UC Berkeley alumni, faculty and other affiliates generate significant jobs and revenues, span a diverse set of industries, and are located around the world.
Learn more about UC Berkeley’s economic impact »

UC Day Returns in Spring 2017

CAA, along with students, parents, alumni, and UC supporters, will return to Sacramento for UC Day in March 2017 to discuss the important role UC plays in the lives of students and across the state.
Learn about past UC Day events »

California’s Economic Payoff: Investing in College Access & Completion

Recent study by the dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy shows that for every $1 California invests in higher education, it will receive a net return of $4.50.
Learn more »

Meet with Your Legislator

State legislators often will meet with their constituents in the district the legislator represents. These district office visits, which generally occur when the state legislature is on recess and elected officials are working from their district offices, are an effective way for people to communicate with legislators or their staff.
Learn more »