• Results from undergraduate and graduate surveys on food insecurity and housing needs.

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

  • UC degree recipients go on to work in a wide variety of industries and experience a doubling of salary between 2 and 10 years after graduation.

  • A dashboard that compares responses to questions common to the last seven bi-annual UCUES surveys since 2006.

  • Employee headcount dashboard with October and April snapshots back to 2011.

  • UC continues to be a leading producer of degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) within California.

  • In 2020, the UCUES survey added questions related to the possible effects of COVID-19 on student learning, health, and Fall 2020 enrollment plans, as well as student remote learning experiences and remote instruction concerns.

  • This dashboard shows the UC 2030 goals in UC's multiyear framework.

  • As the November 2020 general election approached, college students and alumni across the nation–especially with the University of California–prepared to make their voices heard. This dashboard explores the voting behavior of UC students from 2012 through 2018, using data from the National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE).

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

  • UC doctoral students’ academic progress, skills, participation in professional development, satisfaction with advising and mentorship, sources of financial support, and career aspirations.

  • A picture of the University of California staff workforce.