University of California
New California Freshmen Admissions Rates By Geographic Location and Gender
Fall 1999

  Applicants % of Total Admits % of Total Admit Rates
Geographic Location
Los Angeles 15,869 29.4% 12,244 28.7% 77.2%
San Francisco Bay Area 14,632 27.1% 11,651 27.3% 79.6%
Orange 5,445 10.1% 4,340 10.2% 79.7%
Riverside/San Bernardino 3,551 6.6% 2,853 6.7% 80.3%
Sacramento/Yolo/Placer/El Dorado 2,574 4.8% 2,086 4.9% 81.0%
Santa Barbara/Ventura/San Luis Obispo 2,098 3.9% 1,635 3.8% 77.9%
Fresno/Inyo/Kings/Kern/Tulare 1,765 3.3% 1,445 3.4% 81.9%
San Diego/Imperial 4,720 8.7% 3,703 8.7% 78.5%
Monterey/San Benito/Santa Cruz 939 1.7% 755 1.8% 80.4%
Northern California 1,010 1.9% 848 2.0% 84.0%
Northern Central Valley 1,312 2.4% 1,063 2.5% 81.0%
Other 99 0.2% 67 0.2% 67.7%
Total 54,014 100.0% 42,690 100.0% 79.0%
Gender
Male 23,790 44.0% 18,466 43.3% 77.6%
Female 30,224 56.0% 24,224 56.7% 80.1%
Total 54,014 100.0% 42,690 100.0% 79.0%
Note:
Data are from the Management Reports of 3/30/99 for Fall 1999. These data do not include referral students.

SOURCE: UC Office of the President, Student Academic Services, OA&SA, Apr 1999 (f99/Preadm-B 04/01/99)

Last Updated on 4/2/99
  By Terry L. Colvin Email: terry.colvin@ucop.edu