Dashboards

  • UC remains dedicated to building a more diverse workforce, particularly those from under-represented racial and ethnic populations in the U.S. A more diverse academic and staff population is an increasingly important measure of a great university.

  • Participation of UC students in the education abroad program by campus and other demographic characteristics; earnings of education abroad participants compared to non-participants.

  • Map and description of UC-trained medical professionals—including graduate students and residents—currently practicing across the state.

  • ​Average time required to complete the doctoral degree among UC students, and AAU comparative data.

  • ​Persistence rates and 8 and 10 year degree completion rates for students pursuing the academic doctoral degree.

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

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

  • Racial/ethnic diversity of the undergraduate pipeline from CA public high school graduates through “a-g” completers, SAT test takers, UC applicants, UC admits and UC enrollees. 

  • UC is the world’s largest academic research system, conducting about one-tenth of all the academic research in the United States.  Each year, UC receives over $5 billion in research contracts and grants from government and private sources.

  • Explore data from the Brookings Institution and the U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard.

  • California’s expenditures on its correctional system (prisons) and its public education systems have followed different trajectories.

  • What does a changing California mean for higher education?

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