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					405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA
90095
• STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS
• Total freshman enrollment: 4,387
  Total undergraduate enrollment:
  24,811
  Men: 10,326
  Women: 13,524
  Male/female ratio: 1:1
  Black: 3%
  Hispanic: 16%
  Asian: 40%
  Native American: N/A
  White: 35%
  Out-of-state: 3%
  Age twenty-one or younger: N/A
  Retention rate: 97%
  Freshmen who graduate within four
  years: 57%
• ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS and
  Application Deadlines
• Application fee: $60.00
  Required admissions tests: SAT or
  ACT, SAT Subject Tests
• Freshman application deadline: 11/30
  Freshman notification deadline: 3/15
  Transfer application deadline: 11/30
  Transfer notification deadline: 4/30
  ADMISSIONS OPTIONS
• Electronic application available ()
  No early admission available.
  No early decision available.
  No early action available
• ADMISSIONS FACTORS
• Difficulty level: very difficult

  Average freshman high school GPA:
  4.0
  Average freshman SAT verbal score:
  633
  Average freshman SAT math score:
  665
  Average freshman ACT score: 25

  Number of applicants: 42,227
  Number of applicants accepted: 11,361
  Acceptance rate: 27%
• Admission Factors
• Very Important
   Application essay
   Academic GPA
   Rigor of secondary school record
   Talent/ability
   Standardized test scores
  Important
   Extracurricular activities
   Volunteer work
   Work experience
  Considered
   First generation
  Not Considered
   Alumni/ae relation
   Level of applicant's interest
   Character/personal qualities
   Geographical residence
   Interview
   Racial/ethnic status
   Class rank
   Recommendation(s)
   Religious affiliation/commitment
   State residency
• Degrees offered
   Bachelor's
   Master's
   Doctorate
• Majors

• Agriculture, Agriculture
  Operations, and Related
  Sciences
• Plant Sciences, General

• Architecture and Related
  Services
• Architecture (BArch, BA/BS,
  MArch, MA/MS, PhD)
   City/Urban, Community and
  Regional Planning
• Majors
• Area, Ethnic, Cultural, and Gender Studies
• African Studies
   African-American/Black Studies
   American Indian/Native American Studies
   American/United States
  Studies/Civilization
   Area Studies, Other
   Asian Studies/Civilization
   Asian-American Studies
   East Asian Studies
   European Studies/Civilization
   Hispanic-American, Puerto Rican, and
  Mexican- American/Chicano Studies
   Latin American Studies
   Near and Middle Eastern Studies
   Russian Studies
   Southeast Asian Studies
   Women's Studies
• Majors
• Biological and Biomedical Sciences
•  Biochemistry
   Biology/Biological Sciences, General
   Biomathematics and Bioinformatics, Other
   Biophysics
   Biostatistics
   Biotechnology
   Botany/Plant Biology
   Cell/Cellular and Molecular Biology
   Ecology
   Epidemiology
   Human/Medical Genetics
   Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography
   Medical Microbiology and Bacteriology
   Microbiological Sciences and Immunology, Other
   Molecular Biochemistry
   Molecular Biology
   Molecular Pharmacology
   Molecular Physiology
   Molecular Toxicology
   Neurobiology and Neurophysiology
   Pathology/Experimental Pathology
   Physiology, General
• Majors
• Business, Management, Marketing, and Related
  Support Services
•  Business Administration and Management, General
   Business/Managerial Economics

• Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs
•  Communication Studies/Speech Communication and
  Rhetoric

• Computer and Information Sciences and Support
  Services
•  Computer Science
   Information Science/Studies

• Education
•  Education, General
   Educational Leadership and Administration, General
   Special Education and Teaching, General
   Teaching English as a Second or Foreign
  Language/ESL Language Instructor
• Majors
• Engineering
• Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical
  Engineering
  Agricultural/Biological Engineering and
  Bioengineering
  Biomedical/Medical Engineering
  Chemical Engineering
  Civil Engineering, General
  Computer Engineering, General
  Electrical, Electronics and Communications
  Engineering
  Engineering, General
  Geological/Geophysical Engineering
  Manufacturing Engineering
  Materials Engineering
  Materials Science
  Mechanical Engineering

• English Language and Literature/Letters
• American Literature (United States)
   English Language and Literature, General
   English Language and Literature/Letters, Other
• Majors
•   Foreign languages, literatures, and Linguistics
•    African Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
     Ancient/Classical Greek Language and Literature
     Arabic Language and Literature
     Chinese Language and Literature
     Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and
    Linguistics, Other
     Classics and Languages, Literatures and Linguistics,
    General
     Comparative Literature
     East Asian Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General
     Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, Other
     French Language and Literature
     German Language and Literature
     Germanic Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, Other
     Hebrew Language and Literature
     Italian Language and Literature
     Japanese Language and Literature
     Korean Language and Literature
     Latin Language and Literature
     Linguistic, Comparative, and Related Language Studies and
    Services, Other
     Linguistics
     Middle/Near Eastern and Semitic Languages, Literatures,
    and Linguistics, Other
     Modern Greek Language and Literature
     Portuguese Language and Literature
     Russian Language and Literature
     Scandinavian Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
     Slavic Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General
     Spanish Language and Literature
• Majors
• Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
• Community Health and Preventive Medicine
  Environmental Health
  Health Services Administration
  Nursing - Registered Nurse Training (RN, ASN, BSN,
  MSN)
  Nursing, Other
  Public Health, Other

• History
•  History, General

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

• Library Science
•  Library Science, Other
• Majors
• Mathematics and Statistics
• Applied Mathematics
   Computational Mathematics
   Mathematics, General
   Mathematics, Other
   Statistics, General

• Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies
• Classical, Ancient Mediterranean and Near
  Eastern Studies and Archaeology
  Cognitive Science
  Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other
  Neuroscience

• Natural Resources and Conservation
• Environmental Science

• Parks, Recreation, Leisure, and Fitness
  Studies
• Kinesiology and Exercise Science
• Majors
• Philosophy and Religious Studies
•  Islamic Studies
   Jewish/Judaic Studies
   Philosophy
   Religion/Religious Studies

• Physical Sciences
•  Astronomy
   Astrophysics
   Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology, General
   Chemistry, General
   Geochemistry
   Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences, Other
   Geology/Earth Science, General
   Geophysics and Seismology
   Physics, General

• Psychology
•  Physiological Psychology/Psychobiology
   Psychology, General
• Majors
•   Public Administration and Social Service Professions
•    Public Administration
     Public Policy Analysis
     Social Work

•   Social Sciences
•    Anthropology
     Archeology
     Development Economics and International Development
     Economics, General
     Geography
     Geography, Other
     International Economics
     Political Science and Government, General
     Sociology

•   Visual and Performing Arts
•    Art History, Criticism and Conservation
     Art/Art Studies, General
     Dance, General
     Design and Applied Arts, Other
     Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General
     Film/Cinema Studies
     Fine Arts and Art Studies, Other
     Music History, Literature, and Theory
     Music, General
     Musicology and Ethnomusicology
     Visual and Performing Arts, Other
• Curriculum Requirements
• Core curriculum
  Double major
  Independent study
  Math/Science requirement
  Language requirement
  Design your own major option
  Summer session
  Study abroad
  AP credit accepted
  Student/teacher ratio: 18:1
  Teacher male/female ratio: 2:1
• STUDENT SUPPORT
• ESL program
   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
• OVERVIEW (2006
  ACADEMIC YEAR)
• Resident tuition: $0.00
  Out-of-state tuition: $17,457.00
  Required fees: $6,504.00
  Room and board: $11,928.00
  Comprehensive fee: $0.00
  Average cost of books: $1,483.00
  Part-time credit cost: $0.00
• FINANCIAL AID
• Average financial aid package:
  $14,036.00
  Average amount of need-based loans:
  $4,948.00
  Average amount of need-based
  scholarships or grants: $10,888.00
  Percentage of students who sought aid
  and received it: 83%
  Average non-need award: $3,412.00
  Percentage of non-need students
  awarded non-need awards: N/A
  Number of work-study jobs awarded:
  3,043
  Average cumulative student debt:
  $14,431.00
  Endowment: $0
• CAMPUS SETTING
• Campus Setting: urban
  Campus size: 419 acres
• Housing
• On-campus housing
  available
  Percentage of
  undergraduates living on
  campus: 35%
  Coed housing
  Cooperative housing
• Student Activities
• Newspaper
  Drama/theatre group
  Radio station
  Marching band
  Choral groups
  Women's center
  Legal services
  Health services
  Psychological services
  Army ROTC: branch unit on campus
  Navy ROTC: branch unit on campus
  Air Force ROTC: branch unit on
  campus
Most popular organizations
  Student Alumni Association
  student government
  Rally Committee
Most popular events
  Homecoming
  Spring Sing

 Percentage of students on
 campus on a typical weekend:
 N/A
 Percentage of commuter
 students: 65%
• Greek Life
• Fraternities: local and
  national
  Sororities: local and national
  Percentage of undergraduate
  men involved in social
  organizations: 15%
  Percentage of undergraduate
  women involved in social
  organizations: 11%
• Sports
•   archery
    badminton
    baseball
    bowling
    basketball
    crew
    fencing
    field hockey
    football
    golf
    gymnastics
    ice hockey
    lacrosse
    racquetball
    riflery
    rugby
    sailing
    skiing (downhill)
    soccer
    softball
    squash
    swimming and diving
    tennis
    track and field
    table tennis
    ultimate Frisbee
    volleyball
    water polo
    cross-country running
    skiing (cross-country)
• Campus Security
• Emergency alarm devices
  Student patrol
  Late-night transport or escort
  service
• CAMPUS COMPUTING
• Number of computers on
  campus: 0
  World Wide Web accessible to
  students
  Campus-wide network
  Network available from student
  rooms
  Computer lab
  Online course registration
• Grade 9
• English
  Mathematics
  Physical Sciences
  Biology
  Social Studies - Geography
  Health & Physical Education
  Computers
• Grade 10
• English
  Mathematics
  Physical Sciences
  Biology
  Social Studies - History
  Computers
• Grade 11
• English
  Mathematics
  Probability & Statistics
  Biology
  Chemistry
  Physics
  Economics
  Law & Government
  Computers
• Grade 12
• English
  Algebra
  Calculus
  Anatomy & Physiology
  Biology
  Chemistry
  Physics
  Social Studies
  Computers
38 Hillhouse Avenue
New Haven, CT
06511
Student Demographics
Total freshman enrollment: 1,321
Total undergraduate enrollment: 5,409
Men: 2,725
Women: 2,625
Male/female ratio: 1:1
Black: 8%
Hispanic: 7%
Asian: 14%
Native American: 1%
White: 51%
Out-of-state: 92%
Age twenty-one or younger: 94%
Retention rate: 98%
Freshmen who graduate within four years:
88%
• Admissions Requirements and Application
  Deadlines
• Application fee: $75.00
  Required admissions tests: SAT and SAT
  Subject Tests or ACT

• Freshman application deadline: 12/31
  Freshman notification deadline: 4/1
  Transfer application deadline: 3/1
  Transfer notification deadline: 5/4

• Electronic application available ()
  Early admission available
  No early decision available.
  Early action available
  Early action application deadline: 11/1
  Early action application notification date:
  12/15
  Percentage early action applicants
  admitted: 17%
• Admission Factors
• Difficulty level: extremely difficult
  Average freshman high school GPA:
  N/A
  Average freshman SAT verbal score:
  725
  Average freshman SAT math score:
  726
  Average freshman ACT score: N/A
  Number of applicants: 19,451
  Number of applicants accepted: 1,880
  Acceptance rate: 10%
• Admission Factors
• Very Important
   Extracurricular activities
   Character/personal qualities
   Application essay
   Academic GPA
   Class rank
   Recommendation(s)
   Rigor of secondary school record
   Talent/ability
   Standardized test scores
  Considered
   Alumni/ae relation
   First generation
   Geographical residence
   Interview
   Racial/ethnic status
   State residency
   Volunteer work
   Work experience
  Not Considered
   Religious affiliation/commitment
Degrees offered
     Bachelor's
     Master's
     Doctorate
 Majors
 Architecture and Related Services
  Architecture (BArch, BA/BS, MArch, MA/MS, PhD)

 Area, Ethnic, Cultural, and Gender Studies
  African Studies
  African-American/Black Studies
  American/United States Studies/Civilization
  East Asian Studies
  Ethnic and Cultural Studies
  Ethnic, Cultural Minority, and Gender Studies,
 Other
  Latin American Studies
  Russian Studies
  Women's Studies
 Biological and Biomedical Sciences
  Biology/Biological Sciences, General
  Cell/Cellular Biology and Anatomical Sciences,
 Other
  Ecology
  Evolutionary Biology
  Molecular Biology

Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
 Computer and Information Sciences, General
Majors
Engineering
 Biomedical/Medical Engineering
 Chemical Engineering
 Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering
 Engineering Physics
 Engineering Science
 Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering
 Mechanical Engineering

English Language and Literature/Letters
 English Language and Literature, General
Foreign languages, literatures, and Linguistics
 Ancient/Classical Greek Language and Literature
 Chinese Language and Literature
 Classics and Languages, Literatures and Linguistics, General
 Comparative Literature
 Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, Other
 French Language and Literature
 German Language and Literature
 Italian Language and Literature
 Japanese Language and Literature
 Latin Language and Literature
 Linguistics
 Portuguese Language and Literature
 Russian Language and Literature
 South Asian Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General
 Spanish Language and Literature
Majors
History
 History, General

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

Mathematics and Statistics
 Applied Mathematics
 Mathematics, General

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies
 Mathematics and Computer Science
 Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other
 Systems Science and Theory

Natural Resources and Conservation
 Environmental Studies

Philosophy and Religious Studies
 Jewish/Judaic Studies
 Philosophy
 Religion/Religious Studies
Majors
Physical Sciences
 Astronomy
 Astrophysics
 Chemistry, General
 Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences, Other
 Physics, General

Psychology
 Cognitive Psychology and Psycholinguistics
 Psychology, General

Social Sciences
 Anthropology
 Archeology
 Economics, General
 Political Science and Government, General
 Sociology

Visual and Performing Arts
 Art History, Criticism and Conservation
 Art/Art Studies, General
 Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General
 Film/Cinema Studies
 Music, General
CURRICULUM AND
REQUIREMENTS

 Core curriculum
 Double major
 Independent study
Accelerated degree program
 Math/Science requirement
 Language requirement
 Design your own major option
 Summer session
 Study abroad
AP credit accepted
Student/teacher ratio: 6:1
Teacher male/female ratio: 2:1
• STUDENT SUPPORT
   ESL program
AFTER COLLEGE
Career counseling services
 Individual career counseling
 Job placement
 Employer recruitment
 Job bank
 Job fairs:
 Job interviews
 Career library
 Resume preparation
 Resume referral

Percentage of graduates continuing on to graduate school:31%
Business schools: 1%
Engineering schools: N/A
Law schools: 7%
Theology schools: 1%
Dentistry schools: N/A
Arts and sciences schools: 11%
Medical schools: 7%
Veterinary schools: N/A
Schools of education: 1%
Other graduate schools: 2%
• Financial OVERVIEW (2006
  ACADEMIC YEAR)
• Tuition: $31,460.00
  Required fees: $0.00
  Room and board: $9,540.00
  Comprehensive fee: $0.00
  Average cost of books:
  $900.00
  Part-time credit cost: $0.00
• FINANCIAL AID
• Average financial aid package:
  $30,129.00
  Average amount of need-based
  loans: $1,994.00
  Average amount of need-based
  scholarships or grants: $27,932.00
  Percentage of students who sought
  aid and received it: 100%
  Average non-need award: $0.00
  Percentage of non-need students
  awarded non-need awards: N/A
  Number of work-study jobs
  awarded: 991
  Average cumulative student debt:
  $14,306.00
  Endowment: $4,294,967,295
• CAMPUS SETTING
• Campus Setting: urban
  Nearby metropolitan area: New
  York City
  Campus size: 200 acres
• HOUSING
• On-campus housing available
  Freshmen housing policy:
  guaranteed
  Students must live on campus
  until year: 2
  Percentage of undergraduates
  living on campus: 87%
    Coed 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 at
  cooperating institution
  Air Force ROTC: branch unit at
  cooperating institution
• Most popular organizations
   community service
   intramural sports
   theater productions
   music groups
   campus publications


• Most popular events
   Spring Fling Weekend
   Harvard Football Weekend
   winter balls
 Percentage of students on campus
 on a typical weekend: N/A
• GREEK LIFE
• Fraternities: national
  Sororities: national
  Percentage of undergraduate
  men involved in social
  organizations: N/A
  Percentage of undergraduate
  women involved in social
  organizations: N/A
• SPORTS               •    soccer
• badminton                 softball
   baseball                 squash
   bowling                  swimming and
   basketball              diving
   crew                     tennis
   equestrian sports
                            track and field
   fencing
   field hockey
                            table tennis
   football                 volleyball
   golf                     water polo
   gymnastics               wrestling
   ice hockey               cross-country
   lacrosse                running
   racquetball              skiing (cross-
   riflery                 country
   rugby
   sailing
• CAMPUS SECURITY
• Emergency alarm devices
  Twenty-four-hour patrol
  Late-night transport or escort
  service
  Electronically-operated dorm
  entrances
• CAMPUS COMPUTING
• Number of computers on
  campus: 350
  World Wide Web accessible to
  students
  Campus-wide network
  Network available from student
  rooms
  Computer lab
  Online course registration
• Grade 9
• English
  Mathematics
  Physical Sciences
  Biology
  Social Studies - Geography
  Health & Physical Education
  Computers
• Grade 10
• English
  Mathematics
  Physical Sciences
  Biology
  Social Studies - History
  Computers
• Grade 11
• English
  Mathematics
  Probability & Statistics
  Biology
  Chemistry
  Physics
  Economics
  Law & Government
  Computers
• Grade 12
• English
  Algebra
  Calculus
  Anatomy & Physiology
  Biology
  Chemistry
  Physics
  Social Studies
  Computers

				
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