Institutional Research and Academic Planning
IRAP supports the educational mission of the University by engaging UC graduate student analysts on special projects. The work of these scholars can be found below.
The impact of Proposition 209 on under-represented UC applicants, and the effect of subsequent UC admission policies on URG enrollmentMay 2019
This brief estimates the costs of Proposition 209 for Underrepresented Group (URG) applicants to the University of California and measures the impact of two subsequent major UC admissions policies on URG enrollment.
What is the value of a UC degree for on-the-fence students? an evaluation of the 2001-2011 UC Eligibility in the Local Context programMay 2019
This brief evaluates the University of California's Eligibility in the Local Context (ELC) program, which was implemented in 2001 and provided an admissions advantage to California high school students in the top four percent of their class, by GPA.
What's it worth? A multifaceted approach to measuring the value of undergraduate Humanities degrees at the University of CaliforniaApril 2017
This report presents qualitative and quantitative evidence supporting the continued need for humanities scholarship as a means of social conscience and as a smart investment in the future workforce.
This report analyzes the system-wide performance in engineering retention at the undergraduate level by gender, and identified programs and policies that have shown to increase the rate of retention for female students.
This project addresses the association between the number of units an undergraduate takes and their time to graduation.