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					   Located in la Jolla
   Total campus enrollment is 29,110 students.
   Acceptance rate is 42%
   Had more than 4,700 freshman applications
   Average GPA for freshman is 4.08
   Ranks 7th nationally among major research universities.
   Annual revenue is $2.6 billion
   Contributes more than $7.2 billion to California economy.
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                    Student Demographics
    Female 54,786 47%
   Male 62,010 53%
   Total 116,796
   What degree did they earn?
   Bachelor of Arts 70,013 49%
   Bachelor of Science 33,209 23%
   Candidate in Philosophy 3,945 3%
   Certificate 25-
   Doctor of Medicine 3,748 3%
   Doctor of Musical Arts 28 -
   Doctor of Philosophy 8,343 6%
   Master of Advanced Studies 68 -
   Doctor of Education 4 -
   Master of Arts 3,551 2%
   Master of Architecture 1 -
   Master of Architecture II 6 -
   Master of Business Admin 60 -
   Master of Education 350 -
   Master of Engineering 319 -
   Master of Fine Arts 950 1%
   Master of Pacific/Int'l Affairs 1,407 1%
   Master of Science 5,816 4%
   Doctor of Pharmacy 47 -
   Master of Physics 1 -
   No Degree Awarded 129 -
   Non Degree Study 19 -
   Other or Not Recorded 10,606 7%
   Note: Some alums earn multiple degrees 142,645 99%
   What college did they attend?
   Revelle 20,626 17%
   John Muir 26,808 22%
   Thurgood Marshall 19,484 16%
   Earl Warren 22,120 18%
   Eleanor Roosevelt 7,521 6%
   Sixth 531 <1%
   Graduate 16,956 14%
   The Rudy School 80 -
   School of Medicine 3,789 3%
   Scripps Institution of Oceanography 1,277 1%
   Int'l Relations/Pacific Studies 1,068 1%
   School of Pharmacy 69 -
   Other or Not Recorded 904 1%
   Total 121,233
   Note: Some alums who earn more than one degree attended more than one college
          Campus housing
 Must pay 650 to move in and rent is
  monthly
 Apartment sizes vary
 Have cable TV
 Have a meal schedule
     Common Student Profile
 96% In-state students
 50% Asian/Pacific Islander
 80% had h.s. GPA of 3.75 and higher
 100% in top 10th of graduating class
                      Level of difficulty
   Essay's) required
   Required: SAT Reasoning Test or ACT
   If submitting ACT, the writing section is required
   Required: SAT Subject Tests
   Very important admission factors:
   Application Essay
   Rigor of secondary school record
   Standardized Test Scores
   Talent/Ability
   Academic GPA
   Important admission factors:
   Extracurricular Activities
   State Residency
   Volunteer Work
   Work Experience
   Considered:
   Character/Personal Qualities
   First generation college student
            Campus Life
 Events include:
 Fall Festival on the Green
 Student Organization Awards
 Vendor Fair
 Farmer’s Market
 MLK Day Parade
 Chicano Park Celebration
 Welcome Week
                                    Clubs
   Have 406 clubs all categorized under:
   Academic
   Cultural
   Co-Ops/Enterprise
   Educational
   Multi-Cultural Greek Organizations
   Health Professions
   Intrafraternity Council
   Media
   Pan-Hellenic
   Student Affirmative Action Committee
   Political
   Pre Professional
   Recreation
   Spiritual
   Service
   Social
   Martial arts
           Average Costs
 Estimated costs for students living on
  campus
 Out-of-state tuition and fees:$33,351
 Room and board:$11,462
 Books and supplies:$1,560
 Estimated personal expenses: $1,526
 Transportation expense:$1,089
         Sports and levels available
   Badminton- Men's Club Women's Club
   Baseball- Men's NCAA Division II Men's Intercollegiate
   Basketball- Men's NCAA Division II -Women's NCAA Division II -Men's Intercollegiate -Women's Intercollegiate -Men's Intramural -Women's Intramural
   Bowling-Men's Intramural -Women's Intramural
   Cross-Country-Men's NCAA Division II -Women's NCAA Division II -Men's Intercollegiate -Women's Intercollegiate
   Diving-Men's Intercollegiate -Women's Intercollegiate
   Equestrian-Men's Club -Women's Club
   Fencing-Men's NCAA Division II -Women's NCAA Division II -Men's Intercollegiate -Women's Intercollegiate
   Football-Men's Intramural -Women's Intramural
   Football (Non-Tackle)-Men's Intramural -Women's Intramural
   Golf-Men's NCAA Division II -Men's Intercollegiate
   Ice Hockey-Men's Club -Women's Club
   Lacrosse-Men's Club -Women's Club
   Rowing (Crew)-Women's NCAA Division II -Men's Intercollegiate -Women's Intercollegiate
   Rugby-Men's Club -Women's Club
   Sailing-Men's Club -Women's Club
   Skiing-Men's Club -Women's Club
   Soccer-Men's NCAA Division II -Women's NCAA Division II -Men's Intercollegiate -Women's Intercollegiate -Men's Intramural -Women's Intramural -
    Men's Club -Women's Club
   Softball-Women's NCAA Division II -Women's Intercollegiate -Men's Intramural -Women's Intramural
   Swimming-Men's NCAA Division II -Women's NCAA Division II -Men's Intercollegiate -Women's Intercollegiate
   Table Tennis-Men's Club -Women's Club
   Tennis-Men's NCAA Division II -Women's NCAA Division II -Men's Intercollegiate -Women's Intercollegiate -Men's Intramural -Women's Intramural
   Track And Field-Men's Intercollegiate -Women's Intercollegiate
   Track: Outdoor-Men's NCAA Division II -Women's NCAA Division II
   Triathlon-Men's Club -Women's Club
   Ultimate Frisbee-Men's Club -Women's Club
   Volleyball-Men's NCAA Division II -Women's NCAA Division II -Men's Intercollegiate -Women's Intercollegiate -Men's Intramural -Women's Intramural -
    Men's Club-Women's Club
   Water Polo-Men's NCAA Division II -Women's NCAA Division II -Men's Intercollegiate -Women's Intercollegiate -Men's Intramural -Women's Intramural
    -Men's Club -Women's Club
                Art Majors
 Art history/criticism/conservation
 Dance
 Drama/Theater Arts
 Fine/Studio arts
 Music/General
                               Majors Available
   Architecture & Related Programs-City/Community/Regional Planning B
   Area, Ethnic, Cultural, & Gender Studies-Chinese Studies B -German Studies B
   Italian Studies B -Japanese Studies B -Latin American Studies B -Russian/Slavic Area Studies B -Women's Studies B
   Arts, Visual & Performing-Art History/Criticism/Conservation B -Dance B -Drama/Theater Arts B -Fine/Studio Arts B -Music -
    General B
   Biological & Biomedical Sciences-Animal Physiology B -Bacteriology B -Biochemistry B -Bioinformatics B -Biology B -Biophysics B
    -Biotechnology B -Cellular Biology/Histology B -Ecology B -Evolutionary Biology B -Molecular Biology B
   Business, Management, & Marketing-Management Science B
   Communications & Journalism-Communications/Rhetoric B -Digital Communications/Multimedia B
   Computer & Information Sciences-Computer Science B -Computer Systems Analysis B -Computer/Information Sciences - General B
    -Information Sciences/Systems B
   Engineering-Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering B -Biomedical Engineering B -Chemical Engineering B -Computer Engineering -
    General B -Electrical/Communications Engineering B -Engineering Mechanics B -Engineering Physics B -Engineering Science B -
    Mechanical Engineering B -Structural Engineering B -Systems Engineering B
   Engineering Technologies-Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering B
   English Language & Literature-American Literature B -English Composition B English Language & Literature - General B -English
    Literature (British) B
   Family & Consumer Sciences-Human Development/Family Studies B
   Foreign Language & Literature-Classics B -French B -German B -Italian B -Japanese B -Linguistics B Russian B -Spanish B
   Health Professions & Clinical Sciences-Medicinal/Pharmaceutical Chemistry B
   History-History - General B
   Mathematics-Applied Mathematics B
   Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies-Behavioral Sciences B -Cognitive Science B -Mathematics/Computer Science B -Neuroscience B
   Natural Resources & Conservation-Environmental Science B -Environmental Studies B
   Philosophy & Religion-Jewish/Judaic Studies B -Philosophy B -Religion/Religious Studies B
   Physical Sciences-Atomic/Molecular Physics B -Chemical Physics B -Chemistry B -Physics B -Planetary Sciences B
   Psychology-Psychology - General B
   Public Administration & Services-Public Policy Analysis B
   Social Sciences-American Government/Politics B -Anthropology B -Archaeology B -Economics B -Political Science/Government B -
    Sociology B-Urban Studies B
            Known For…
 A medical school with pharmaceutical
  studies
 Ranked high in NRC studies
 Has a medical center and many
  laboratories

				
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