Institutional Research and Academic Planning
IRAP collaborates with the Undergraduate Admissions office, Diversity and Engagement, and other departments at the Office of the President to provide analytical support to the UC administration and the Academic Senate's Board of Admissions & Relations with Schools (BOARS). IRAP also provides information to UC campuses to support meeting admissions targets.
Summary metrics can be found in the Undergraduate Admissions and Enrollment chapter of the UC Accountability Report (Chapter 1).
Undergraduate admissions content and analysis is separated into four categories below:
- Preliminary data on applications, admissions and statement of intent to register
- Final data on applications, admissions and first-time enrollment
- Information about outreach programs
- Topic briefs
UC releases preliminary data on each of the three steps involved in becoming a UC student: prospective students who submit undergraduate applications; the applicants to whom UC offers admission; and the admitted applicants who intend to enroll at one of UC's campuses.
Freshman applicants, admits and enrollments by first-generation status, residency, ethnicity, high school GPA and gender.
Transfer applicants, admits and enrollments by first-generation status, residency, ethnicity, transfer GPA and gender.
Freshman and transfer applicants, admits and enrollees by residency and ethnicity.
Fall freshman and transfer applicants, admits, enrollees and mean GPA of applicants, admits and enrollees by California high school or California community college.
Transfer applicants, admits and enrollees by California community college, UC campus and major.
The percentage of new CA resident freshman enrollees whose home is within a 50-mile radius of the their campus.
The percentage of new CA resident transfer enrollees whose home is within a 50-mile radius of the their campus.
UC's college preparation programs serve a diverse group of young California students. Two-thirds of UC's college preparation program participants enroll in California public college systems.
California’s Master Plan for Higher Education identifies transfer admissions as an important part of providing access to higher education for all qualified students. In fall 2016, transfer applications, admits, and incoming enrollees surged to record levels as UC increased California resident enrollment.
The University of California consistently enrolls higher percentages of new transfer students and is committed to increasing the number of transfer students from California Community Colleges.
IRAP experts: undergraduate admissions
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