If UC were 100 students

Who are UC’s students? The answer might surprise you. Explore an interactive data visualization to see what UC would look like if the entire undergraduate student body were represented by 100 students.

82 would come from California

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“College is a brand new chapter that takes a lot of navigating. ‘Do’ college at your own pace and to your own accord. It’s not a competition.”

Jessa Fate Bayudan
UCLA undergraduate, sociology

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Breaking news

UC expands undergraduate application filing period  

Prospective students will now be able to submit their applications starting Saturday, Oct. 1, until the application deadline of Wednesday, Nov. 30.

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Explore the UC story through data

See detailed metrics on student enrollment, graduation rates, alumni outcomes and more about the University.

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82% of undergrads come from California

2 out of 3 California students who applied last year got in.

55% of California undergrads pay no tuition

UC has one of the strongest financial aid programs in the nation. 

86% of undergrads earn a diploma

Most students complete their studies in just over four years.