As part of a pilot agreement, corresponding authors affiliated with the University of California may publish open access in any of Wiley's hybrid journals or gold open access journals with institutional support from the UC libraries. The pilot covers articles accepted from January 1 to December 31, 2022.
If you are a corresponding author at any of the ten UC campuses or the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and publish open access in Wiley journals, you will receive an automatic discount of 15% on article processing charges (APCs).
If you are a corresponding author at UC Irvine, UC Merced, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara, and UC Santa Cruz, the UC libraries will automatically pay the first $1,000 of the article processing charge (APC), after the discount. If you are an author at one of the above five campuses and you do not have research funds available to pay the remaining APC, you can request full funding of the APC from the UC Libraries.
For more information on Wiley’s open access agreement with the University of California, visit the University of California’s FAQ on the agreement.
You can be confident that by choosing open access your work has the best chance to be read, cited and shared. Read more about the advantages of publishing open access here.
Publishing open access:
|How to publish in a fully open access journal|
|How to publish in a hybrid open access journal|
Please contact your university or library with questions.
1If you are no longer affiliated with an eligible institution at the point of acceptance of your paper, you do not qualify
2Other article types e.g. letters, editorials etc. are excluded.
3If you don't order open access initially, your manuscript will be published under the traditional closed access model. You may order open access retroactively, but once your paper is published in Early View or In Issue online you are no longer eligible to publish open access at no charge.