Figures may not match campus data exactly due to definitional differences and the timing of reporting.
*CIP is the Classification of Instructional Programs, a federal designation.
**Because the colleges at Merced, San Diego, and Santa Cruz are unrelated to majors, they are not shown.
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Click on a category to make a selection. The graph on top will compare that selected group to all students at the campus. The table on the bottom left will compare across campuses by broad discipline, and the table on the bottom right by CIP subfamily. Select "CIP subfamily" to use this comparison option.
If the GPAs were sorted from low to high, the median would be the one in the middle. The 25th to 75th percentile (pct) indicate the range of GPAs for the middle half of the admits. In other words, 25 percent of the admits have a GPA lower than the 25th percentile figure, and 25 percent of the admits have a GPA higher than the 75th percentile figure. If there are only a small number of admits in a category, these figures may be the same.
The admit rate is the percentage of applicants who are admitted. The yield rate is the percentage of admits who enroll.
Some figures are masked due to small cell sizes.
Source: UC Data Warehouse
Transfers include all undergraduate transfer applicants in the fall term or full year as noted on each tab.
GPA is based on self-reported transfer GPA.
Major is based on intended major on the application.