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					            CAMPUS LIFE
•   CAMPUS SETTING
•   Campus Setting: suburban
    Nearby metrpolitan area: Los Angeles
    Campus size: 320 acres

•   HOUSING OPTIONS
•   On-campus housing available
    Freshmen housing policy: no special consideration
    Percentage of undergraduates living on campus: 7%
     Coed housing

•   STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND SERVICES
•    Newspaper
     Drama/theatre group
     Radio station
     Choral groups
     Television station
     Women's center
     Legal services
     Health services
     Psychological services
    Army ROTC: branch unit on campus
    Most popular events
     Kaleidoscope Spring Festival
     Odyssey Theme Year
    Percentage of students on campus on a typical weekend: 60%
    Percentage of commuter students: 93%
           CAMPUS LIFE
•   GREEK LIFE
•   Fraternities: local and national
    Sororities: local and national
    Percentage of undergraduate men involved in social
    organizations: 7%
    Percentage of undergraduate women involved in social
    organizations: 5%

•   SPORTS
•    archery
     badminton
     bowling
     basketball
     crew
     fencing
     golf
     gymnastics
     racquetball
     rugby
     sailing
     skiing (downhill)
     soccer
     softball
     swimming and diving
     tennis
     track and field
     table tennis
     volleyball
     water polo
     cross-country running
       CAMPUS LIFE
• CAMPUS SECURITY
• Emergency alarm devices
   Twenty-four-hour patrol
   Student patrol
   Late-night transport or escort
  service

• CAMPUS COMPUTING
• Number of computers on campus:
  2,000
   World Wide Web accessible to
  students
   Campus-wide network
   Computer lab
            FINANCIAL
• OVERVIEW (2007 ACADEMIC YEAR)
• Resident tuition: $0.00
  Out-of-state tuition: $10,170.00
  Required fees: $2,864.00
  Room and board: $6,648.00
  Comprehensive fee: $0.00
  Average cost of books: $1,314.00
  Part-time credit cost: $0.00

• FINANCIAL AID
• Average financial aid package: $7,635.00
  Average amount of need-based loans: $3,270.00
  Average amount of need-based scholarships or
  grants: $4,100.00
  Percentage of students who sought aid and
  received it: 84%
  Average non-need award: $1,737.00
  Percentage of non-need students awarded non-
  need awards: N/A
  Number of work-study jobs awarded: 850
  Average cumulative student debt: $6,319.00
  Endowment: $27,881,000
           ADMISSIONS
          REQUIREMENTS

•   Application fee: $55.00
    Required admissions tests: SAT or ACT
    ADMISSIONS FACTORS
•   Difficulty level: moderately difficult
    Average freshman high school GPA: 3.34
    Average freshman SAT verbal score: 508
    Average freshman SAT math score: 526
    Average freshman ACT score: 20
    Number of applicants: 38,579
    Number of applicants accepted: 21,037
    Acceptance rate: 55%
    Freshman application deadline: 11/30
    Freshman notification deadline: 0/0
    Transfer application deadline: 11/30
    Transfer notification deadline: 0/0

•   ADMISSIONS OPTIONS
•   Electronic application available ()
    No early admission available.
    No early decision available.
    No early action available.
              ACADEMICS

•   ACADEMICS
•
    Degrees offered
     Bachelor's
     Master's
    Majors

•   Area, Ethnic, Cultural, and Gender Studies
•    African-American/Black Studies
     American/United States Studies/Civilization
     Asian Studies/Civilization
     Asian-American Studies
     Hispanic-American, Puerto Rican, and Mexican-
    American/Chicano Studies
     Women's Studies

•   Biological and Biomedical Sciences
•    Biochemistry
     Biochemistry/Biophysics and Molecular Biology
     Biology/Biological Sciences, General
     Botany/Plant Biology
     Cell/Cellular Biology and Histology
     Ecology
     Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography
     Microbiology, General
     Physiology, General
     Zoology/Animal Biology
             ACADEMICS

•   Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support
    Services
•    Accounting
     Business Administration and Management, General
     Business/Managerial Economics
     Fashion Merchandising
     Finance, General
     Hotel/Motel Administration/Management
     Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration,
    General
     International Business/Trade/Commerce
     Management Information Systems, General
     Marketing/Marketing Management, General
     Operations Management and Supervision

•   Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs
•    Broadcast Journalism
     Journalism
     Journalism, Other
     Mass Communication/Media Studies
     Public Relations/Image Management
     Radio and Television

•   Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
•    Computer Science
              ACADEMICS

•   Construction Trades
•     Building/Construction Finishing, Management, and
    Inspection, Other

•   Education
•    Art Teacher Education
     Biology Teacher Education
     English/Language Arts Teacher Education
     Mathematics Teacher Education
     Physical Education Teaching and Coaching
     Trade and Industrial Teacher Education

•   Engineering
•    Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering
     Biomedical/Medical Engineering
     Chemical Engineering
     Civil Engineering, General
     Computer Engineering, General
     Construction Engineering
     Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering
     Engineering, General
     Engineering, Other
     Industrial Engineering
     Materials Engineering
     Mechanical Engineering
     Ocean Engineering
              ACADEMICS
•   Engineering Technologies/Technicians
•    Computer Engineering Technology/Technician
     Construction Engineering Technology/Technician
     Electrical, Electronic and Communications Engineering
    Technology/Technician
     Engineering Technology, General
     Engineering/Industrial Management
     Environmental Engineering Technology/Environmental
    Technology
     Industrial Technology/Technician
     Manufacturing Technology/Technician
     Mechanical Engineering/Mechanical Technology/Technician
     Quality Control Technology/Technician

•   English Language and Literature/Letters
•    Creative Writing
     English Language and Literature, General
     Speech and Rhetorical Studies

•   Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences
•    Apparel and Textiles, General
     Child Development
     Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences, General
     Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences, Other
     Foods, Nutrition, and Related Services, Other
     Human Development and Family Studies, General
              ACADEMICS
•   Foreign languages, literatures, and Linguistics
•    Ancient/Classical Greek Language and Literature
     Chinese Language and Literature
     Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and
    Linguistics, Other
     Comparative Literature
     French Language and Literature
     German Language and Literature
     Italian Language and Literature
     Japanese Language and Literature
     Spanish Language and Literature

•   Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
•    Athletic Training/Trainer
     Audiology/Audiologist and Hearing Sciences
     Audiology/Audiologist and Speech-Language
    Pathology/Pathologist
     Communication Disorders, General
     Dietetics/Dietitians
     Health/Health Care Administration/Management
     Kinesiotherapy/Kinesiotherapist
     Medical Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiation Therapist
     Nursing - Registered Nurse Training (RN, ASN, BSN, MSN)
     Public Health Education and Promotion
     Public Health, General (MPH, DPH)
                ACADEMICS
•   History
•    History, General

•   Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
•    Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies

•   Mathematics and Statistics
•    Applied Mathematics
     Mathematics, General
     Statistics, General

•   Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies
•    Interdisciplinary Studies
     Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other

•   Natural Resources and Conservation
•    Environmental Science

•   Parks, Recreation, Leisure, and Fitness Studies
•    Health and Physical Education/Fitness, Other
     Kinesiology and Exercise Science
     Parks, Recreation and Leisure Studies

•   Philosophy and Religious Studies
•    Philosophy
     Religion/Religious Studies
             ACADEMICS
•   Physical Sciences
•    Chemistry, General
     Geology/Earth Science, General
     Physics, General

•   Psychology
•    Psychology, General

•   Public Administration and Social Service
    Professions
•    Social Work

•   Security and Protective Services
•    Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration

•   Social Sciences
•    Anthropology
     Economics, General
     Geography
     International Relations and Affairs
     Political Science and Government, General
     Sociology
             ACADEMICS
•   Visual and Performing Arts
•    Acting
     Art History, Criticism and Conservation
     Art/Art Studies, General
     Ceramic Arts and Ceramics
     Cinematography and Film/Video Production
     Commercial and Advertising Art
     Dance, General
     Dance, Other
     Directing and Theatrical Production
     Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General
     Drawing
     Fiber, Textile and Weaving Arts
     Film/Cinema Studies
     Fine Arts and Art Studies, Other
     Fine/Studio Arts, General
     Graphic Design
     Illustration
     Industrial Design
     Interior Design
     Metal and Jewelry Arts
     Music History, Literature, and Theory
     Music Performance, General
     Music Theory and Composition
     Music, General
     Painting
     Photography
     Printmaking
     Sculpture
     Voice and Opera
           ACADEMICS
• STUDENT SUPPORT
•
   ESL program
   Academic remediation
   Distance learning
   Learning-disabled services

• AFTER COLLEGE
•
  Career counseling services
   Individual career counseling
   Job placement
   Employer recruitment
   Job bank
   Job fairs:
   Job interviews
   Career library
   Resume preparation
   Resume referral
        THE BASICS

• Total freshman enrollment: 4,242
  Total undergraduate enrollment:
  28,514
  Men: 8,715
  Women: 13,810
  Male/female ratio: 1:2
  Black: 7%
  Hispanic: 32%
  Asian: 28%
  Native American: 1%
  White: 41%
  Out-of-state: 1%
  Age twenty-one or younger: 49%
  Retention rate: 85%
  Freshmen who graduate within four
  years: 11%
           THE BASICS
• GENERAL INFORMATION
• Public state comprehensive higher education
  institution
  Founded in 1949
  Student body: coeducational
  Calendar: semesters

• STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS
• Total freshman enrollment: 4,242
  Total undergraduate enrollment: 28,514
  Men: 8,715
  Women: 13,810
  Male/female ratio: 1:2
  Black: 7%
  Hispanic: 32%
  Asian: 28%
  Native American: 1%
  White: 41%
  Out-of-state: 1%
  Age twenty-one or younger: 49%
  Retention rate: 85%
  Freshmen who graduate within four years: 11%
             ADDMISSION
•   ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS
•   Application fee: $55.00
    Required admissions tests: SAT or ACT
    ADMISSIONS FACTORS
•   Difficulty level: moderately difficult
    Average freshman high school GPA: 3.34
    Average freshman SAT verbal score: 508
    Average freshman SAT math score: 526
    Average freshman ACT score: 20
    Number of applicants: 38,579
    Number of applicants accepted: 21,037
    Acceptance rate: 55%
    Freshman application deadline: 11/30
    Freshman notification deadline: 0/0
    Transfer application deadline: 11/30
    Transfer notification deadline: 0/0

•   ADMISSIONS OPTIONS
•   Electronic application available ()
    No early admission available.
    No early decision available.
    No early action available.
•
             CAMPUS LIFE
    CAMPUS SETTING
•   Campus Setting: small town
    Campus size: 854 acres

•   HOUSING OPTIONS
•   On-campus housing available
    Freshmen housing policy: guaranteed
    Percentage of undergraduates living on campus: 34.60%
     Coed housing
     Housing for disabled students
     Women-only housing
     Men-only housing

•   STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND SERVICES
•    Newspaper
     Drama/theatre group
     Radio station
     Marching band
     Choral groups
     Television station
     Women's center
     Health services
     Psychological services
    Army ROTC: branch unit on campus
    Most popular organizations
     Residence Hall Assembly
     Student Government Association
     Program Board
    Most popular events
     Homecoming
     Siblings' Weekend
     Mainstage
    Percentage of students on campus on a typical weekend: N/A
    Percentage of commuter students: 63.80
             CAMPUS LIFE
•   GREEK LIFE
•   Fraternities: national
    Sororities: national
    Percentage of undergraduate men involved in social organizations: 6%
    Percentage of undergraduate women involved in social organizations:
    7%

•   SPORTS
•    baseball
     bowling
     basketball
     field hockey
     football
     golf
     gymnastics
     ice hockey
     lacrosse
     racquetball
     rock climbing
     rugby
     skiing (downhill)
     soccer
     softball
     tennis
     track and field
     table tennis
     ultimate Frisbee
     volleyball
     wrestling
     cross-country running
       CAMPUS LIFE
• CAMPUS SECURITY
• Emergency alarm devices
   Twenty-four-hour patrol
   Student patrol
   Late-night transport or escort service
   Electronically-operated dorm entrances

• CAMPUS COMPUTING
• Number of computers on campus: 1,585
   World Wide Web accessible to students
   Campus-wide network
   Network available from student rooms
   Computer lab
   Online course registration
   Other computer services
            FINANCIAL
• OVERVIEW (2006 ACADEMIC YEAR)
• Resident tuition: $5,868.00
  Out-of-state tuition: $13,632.00
  Required fees: $0.00
  Room and board: $6,376.00
  Comprehensive fee: $0.00
  Average cost of books: $750.00
  Part-time credit cost: $0.00

• FINANCIAL AID
• Average financial aid package: $9,632.00
  Average amount of need-based loans: $5,129.00
  Average amount of need-based scholarships or
  grants: $3,929.00
  Percentage of students who sought aid and
  received it: 94%
  Average non-need award: $3,096.00
  Percentage of non-need students awarded non-
  need awards: N/A
  Number of work-study jobs awarded: 796
  Average cumulative student debt: $16,537.00
  Endowment: $59,297,272
              ACADEMICS
•   Degrees offered
     Bachelor's
     Master's
     Doctorate
    Majors

•   Architecture and Related Services
•    Interior Architecture

•   Area, Ethnic, Cultural, and Gender Studies
•    European Studies/Civilization
     Women's Studies

•   Biological and Biomedical Sciences
•    Biology/Biological Sciences, General
     Medical Microbiology and Bacteriology

•   Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs
•    Advertising
     Journalism
     Public Relations/Image Management
     Radio and Television

•   Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
•    Computer and Information Sciences, General
     Computer and Information Sciences, Other
              ACADEMICS
•   Education
•    Art Teacher Education
     Biology Teacher Education
     Business Teacher Education
     Chemistry Teacher Education
     Computer Teacher Education
     Education/Teaching of Individuals with Emotional
    Disturbances
     Education/Teaching of Individuals with Mental Retardation
     Elementary Education and Teaching
     English/Language Arts Teacher Education
     French Language Teacher Education
     German Language Teacher Education
     Health Teacher Education
     History Teacher Education
     Mathematics Teacher Education
     Music Teacher Education
     Physical Education Teaching and Coaching
     Physics Teacher Education
     Sales and Marketing Operations/Marketing and Distribution
    Teacher Education
     Science Teacher Education/General Science Teacher
    Education
     Social Science Teacher Education
     Social Studies Teacher Education
     Spanish Language Teacher Education
     Speech Teacher Education
     Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific
    Subject Areas, Other
     Technology Teacher Education/Industrial Arts Teacher
    Education
                ACADEMICS
•   Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
•    Athletic Training/Trainer
     Audiology /Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist
     Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology/Technologist
     Dietetics/Dietitians
     Hospital and Health Care Facilities Administration/Management
     Public Health, General (MPH, DPH)
     Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Professions, Other
     Therapeutic Recreation/Recreational Therapy

•   History
•    History, General

•   Mathematics and Statistics
•    Mathematics, General
     Statistics, General

•   Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies
•    Neuroscience

•   Natural Resources and Conservation
•    Environmental Studies
     Natural Resources/Conservation, General

•   Parks, Recreation, Leisure, and Fitness Studies
•    Parks, Recreation and Leisure Facilities Management
     Parks, Recreation and Leisure Studies
     Sport and Fitness Administration/Management
              ACADEMICS
•   Engineering
•    Industrial Engineering

•   Engineering Technologies/Technicians
•    Automotive Engineering Technology/Technician
     Computer Engineering Technology/Technician
     Construction Engineering Technology/Technician
     Electrical, Electronic and Communications Engineering
    Technology/Technician
     Industrial Production Technologies/Technicians, Other
     Mechanical Engineering/Mechanical Technology/Technician

•   English Language and Literature/Letters
•    Creative Writing
     English Language and Literature, General
     Speech and Rhetorical Studies

•   Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences
•    Child Care and Support Services Management
     Family Systems
     Foodservice Systems Administration/Management
•   Foreign languages, literatures, and Linguistics
•    French Language and Literature
     German Language and Literature
     Spanish Language and Literature
               ACADEMICS
•   Philosophy and Religious Studies
•    Philosophy
     Religion/Religious Studies

•   Physical Sciences
•    Astronomy
     Chemistry, General
     Geology/Earth Science, General
     Oceanography, Chemical and Physical
     Physical Sciences
     Physics, General

•   Psychology
•    Psychology, General

•   Public Administration and Social Service Professions
•    Community Organization and Advocacy
     Social Work

•   Social Sciences
•    Anthropology
     Criminology
     Economics, General
     Geography
     International Relations and Affairs
     Political Science and Government, General
     Social Sciences, General
     Social Sciences, Other
     Sociology
                ACADEMICS
•   CURRICULUM AND REQUIREMENTS
•
     Core curriculum
     Double major
     Independent study
     Accelerated degree program
     Math/Science requirement
     Design your own major option
     Summer session
     Study abroad
     AP credit accepted
    Student/teacher ratio: 22:1
    Teacher male/female ratio: 1:1

•   STUDENT SUPPORT
•
     ESL program
     Academic remediation
     Distance learning

•   AFTER COLLEGE
•
    Career counseling services
     Individual career counseling
     Job placement
     Employer recruitment
     Job bank
     Job fairs:
     Job interviews
     Career library
     Resume preparation
     Resume referral
        ACADEMICS

• Percentage of graduates
  continuing on to graduate
  school: 14%
  Business schools: N/A
  Engineering schools: N/A
  Law schools: N/A
  Theology schools: N/A
  Dentristry schools: N/A
  Arts and sciences schools: N/A
  Medical schools: N/A
  Veterinary schools: N/A
  Schools of education: N/A
  Other graduate schools: N/A
          THE BASICS
• GENERAL INFORMATION
• Public state university
  Founded in 1892
  Student body: coeducational
  Calendar: semesters

• STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS
• Total freshman enrollment: 3,714
  Total undergraduate enrollment: 19,997
  Men: 7,547
  Women: 10,073
  Male/female ratio: 1:1
  Black: 7%
  Hispanic: 2%
  Asian: 2%
  Native American: 1%
  White: 94%
  Out-of-state: 2.10%
  Age twenty-one or younger: 62.10%
  Retention rate: 77%
  Freshmen who graduate within four years: 21%
           ADMISSIONS
• ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS
• Application fee: $35.00
  Required admissions tests: ACT
  ADMISSIONS FACTORS
• Difficulty level: moderately difficult
   Average freshman high school GPA: 3.29
   Average freshman SAT verbal score: 517
   Average freshman SAT math score: 531
   Average freshman ACT score: 22
   Number of applicants: 13,550
   Number of applicants accepted: 10,198
   Acceptance rate: 75%

• Very Important
   Academic GPA
   Rigor of secondary school record
   Standardized test scores
  Important
   Class rank
                ADMISSIONS
•   Considered
     Extracurricular activities
     Alumni/ ae relation
     Level of applicant's interest
     Character/personal qualities
     Application essay
     First generation
     Interview
     Racial/ethnic status
     Recommendation(s)
     Talent/ability
     Volunteer work
     Work experience
    Not Considered
     Geographical residence
     Religious affiliation/commitment
     State residency
    Freshman application deadline: 0/0
    Freshman notification deadline: 0/0
    Transfer application deadline: 0/0
    Transfer notification deadline: 0/0

•   ADMISSIONS OPTIONS
•   Electronic application available ()
    Early admission available
    No early decision available.
    No early action available.

				
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