University of California Admission Information – 2018

Statistic

  1. Freshman admission profiles by campus
    1. snapshot of the admitted freshman class for fall 2018
    2. PDF file with details for each campus
  2. UC student data (UCOP)
    1. for Fall 2018 with applications and admissions data (PDF files)
  3. Admissions by source school
    1. By year, UC campus, and high school
  4. Freshman fall admissions summary
    1. 1994 to 2017 with different views
  5. Freshman Admission Rates by Campus and Residency for 2015 to 2017 (PDF)
  6. Student Profile / Statistic
    1. UC Berkeley Student Profile
    2. UCLA Undergraduate Admission Statistics

Reference

  1. Ultimate Guide to the University of California Schools – include student reviews on pros & cons
    1. 1st tier: UC Berkeley and UCLA
    2. 2nd tier: UCSB, UCSD, UC Davis, and UC Irvine
    3. 3rd tier: UC Santa Cruz and UC Riverside
    4. 4th tier: UC Merced
      School Number of Undergraduates Middle 50% SAT Score  Middle 50% ACT Score Acceptance Rate
      UC Berkeley 30,574 1290-1480 30-34 18.3%
      UCLA 30,873 1280-1500 30-34 16.1%
      UC San Diego 26,590 1250-1470 29-34 34.1%
      UC Santa Barbara 20,607 1210-1450 28-33 32.8%
      UC Davis 29,546 1190-1430 26-32 43.6%
      UC Irvine 27,331 1190-1420 26-32 36.6%
      UC Santa Cruz 16,328 1170-1380 26-31 51.4%
      UC Riverside 19,799 1090-1310 23-30 57.4%
      UC Merced 7,375 1020-1230 20-27 70.0%
      School US News Ranking Forbes Ranking
      1. UC Berkeley 21 29
      2. UCLA 21 48
      3. UCSB 37 83
      4. UCSD 42 93
      5. UC Davis 46 102
      6. UC Irvine 42 106
      7. UC Santa Cruz 81 210
      8. UC Riverside 124 259
      9. UC Merced 165 unranked
  2. UC & CSU Admissions Data – Fall 2017 (Washington High School)
    University of California Admit

    Rate

    Admits

    Applicants

    CA

    Residents

    Average

    GPA

    (weighted)

    Average

    SAT

    (math/reading)

    Average

    ACT

    Berkeley 17.2% 14,624

    85,054

    61.7% 4.22 1385 32
    Davis 43.6% 30,945

    70,938

    59.7% 4.1 1310 29
    Irvine 36.6% 31,103

    85,097

    67.7 4.12 1305 29
    Los Angeles 16.1% 16,494

    102,232

    56.3% 4.22 1390 32
    Merced 70%  15,804
    22,583
    94.3% 3.66 1125 23
    Riverside 57.4%  25,062
    43,675
    88.2% 3.82 1200 26
    San Diego 34.1%  30,204
    88,463
    61.3% 4.16 1360 31
    Santa Barbara 32.8% 26,879

    81,828

    69% 4.1 1330 30
    Santa Cruz 51.4%  27,216
    52,974
    70.8% 3.91 1275 28
    California State University Admit Rate Admits Applicants California Residency Average GPA(weighted) Average SAT

    (Math & Reading)

    Average ACT
    Bakersfield  93% 5,400

    5,796

    99%  3.2 905 19
    Cal  Maritime 85% 223
    1206
     78% 3.3  N/A N/A
    Cal Poly

    San Luis

    Obispo

    31% 14,651
    46,820
    N/A 3.92 1239 28
    Cal Poly Pomona 39% 13,307
    33,857
    98% 3.49 1062 24
    Channel Islands 74% 7,613

    10,310

    N/A 3.22 925 20
    Chico 65% 14,441
    22,321
     99% 3.33 1000 21
    Dominguez Hills 58% 2,672
    4,615
    N/A 3.13 851 17
    East Bay 74% 10,938

    14,776

    98% 3.1 901 19
    Fresno 52% 10,404
    19,935
    99% 3.33 900  19
    Fullerton 42% 17,515
    41,841
    99% 3.56 997 22
    Humboldt 75% 9,765
    13,017
    93% 3.26 992 22
    Long Beach 36% 20,326
    56,357
    99% 3.5 1033 22
    Los Angeles 64% 22,567
    35,429
    N/A 3.18 880 17
    Monterey 49%  7,576

    15,561

    98% 3.32 977 20
    Northridge 45% 15,687
    35,145
    99% 3.2 920 19
    Sacramento 67% 15,377
    22,963
    99% 3.3 949  20
    San Bernardino 65% 8,916
    13,804
      94% 3.21 893 N/A
    San Diego 34% 20,238
    58,970
    87% 3.69 1113 25
    San Francisco 68% 23,841
    35,122
    99% 3.23 997  21
    San Jose 68% 16,890
    35,122
    98% 3.4 1040 23
    San Marcos 85% 9,102

    10,728

    99% 3.19 N/A N/A
    Sonoma 55% 16,890

    30.583

    N/A 3.2 N/A N/A
    Stanislaus 67% 4,665
    6,997
    99% 3.36 938 19
  3. College Corner: Statistics nuts, rejoice! UC admissions by the numbers
  4. UC acceptance rates are shockingly low (March 29, 2018)
    1. acceptance rate (1997, 2007 & 2017) for each of the UC campus
    2. UC Merced, UC Riverside and UC Santa Cruz, still accepted over 50 percent of applicants in 2017
    3. A very noticeable jump is the 13-fold increase in international students‘ applications, and their rate of acceptance has soared as well. In 1997, 2,019 international students applied to be freshmen at UC schools and 798 (39.5 percent) were accepted. In 2017, 27,193 applied and 18,067 (66.4 percent) were accepted.
  5. State’s public colleges chasing out-of-state students, tuition (July 9, 2016)
    1. The UC system relied on state money for almost a quarter of its budget as recently as 2002 but that figure is 9 percent in 2016, after $1 billion in cuts.
    2. According to the College Board, the average cost of attending a four-year public university, including room and board, increased from $11,655 in 2000 to $19,548 in 2015, in inflation-adjusted dollars.
    3. In California, nonresident enrollment has been about 15.5 percent on UC campuses overall, but as high as 29 percent at the marquee campus, Berkeley.
    4. University of Alabama, where the student body of 37,000 is more than 50 percent nonresident
    5. Of the out-of-state undergraduates at Alabama’s Tuscaloosa campus, more than 3,000 receive merit aid in the form of free or discounted tuition — an average of $19,000 per student. In 2015, the university gave $100 million in merit aid.
  6. California Community College new enrollments at UC
  7. Transfers by Major
  8. Admissions by source school
  9. Undergraduate Graduation Rates
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