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Explore the UC story through data

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Community safety: Civilian complaints

Consistent with California Penal Code 832.5, all UC Police Departments have procedures that allow civilians to lodge complaints against officers and to post information on their websites on how to submit a complaint or a commendation. UC Police Departments are required to report data to UCOP on resolved complaints, including information about the civilian, the interaction, allegation, and the results of these complaints.

Community safety: Stops

California’s Racial and Identity Profiling Act (RIPA) requires that California law enforcement agencies collect information from officers about the "perceived race or ethnicity" of the people they detain. The data in this dashboard are aligned with UC Police Departments report to the California Department of Justice in compliance with RIPA.

UC alumni at work

The dashboard shows employment outcomes by major and discipline of UC undergraduate alumni at two, five and ten years after graduation.

Revenue and expense data

Revenues and expenses by source/function, including or excluding DOE labs, systemwide and by campus, and option for inflation-adjusted figures.

Undergraduate admissions summary

Applicants, admits, and enrollees by residency, ethnicity, and source school type.

Enrollment destinations of UC admits

The types of colleges and most common specific colleges that students admitted to UC end up enrolling.

Transfer fall admissions summary

Fall applicants, admits and enrollments by first-generation status, residency, ethnicity, transfer GPA and gender.

Freshman fall admissions summary

Fall applicants, admits and enrollments by first-generation status, residency, ethnicity, high school GPA and gender.

Undergraduate graduation rates

Freshman and transfer retention and graduation rates and time-to-degree by campus, entry cohort, demographic, and source school.

Fall enrollment at a glance

Fall undergraduate and graduate enrollment by discipline, gender, ethnicity, residency, country (for undergraduates) and campus.