Each year, students admitted as freshmen to the University
of California for the upcoming fall are required to
file a statement of intent to register (SIR) by May
data for all domestic students admitted as freshmen
for fall 2001 are now available at: Table
1, Table 2.
In brief summary, the figures show:
SIRs increased 7 percent for fall 2001. This year,
31,018 students have filed a statement of intent to
register, compared to 29,004 at the same point last
underrepresented minorities, the increase was 11 percent,
from 4,730 for fall 2000 to 5,262 for fall 2001.
a proportion of the class filing SIRs, underrepresented
minorities increased from 16.3 percent of the fall
2000 class to 17 percent of the fall 2001 class.
campuses saw increases in the number of underrepresented
minority students filing SIRs for fall 2001, led by
a 37 percent increase at UC Irvine.
for UC Riverside and UC Santa Cruz include freshmen
who were referred to those campuses because they were
UC-eligible but were not accommodated elsewhere in the
system. The admit/SIR rate of the freshmen that applied
directly to these campuses - not including the referral
pool - is 23.9 percent for UC Riverside and 20.3 percent
for UC Santa Cruz, significantly higher than the figures
shown in these tables.
NOTE: These figures reflect all domestic
students, both California and out-of-state residents.
Fall 2001 figures are from the 5/23/01 management report,
and fall 2000 figures are from the 5/24/00 management
report. These figures may differ slightly from campus
data reported as of any other dates.