UC Santa Cruz - University of California

Report
Gary Clark
Director of Undergraduate Admission
2014 CSU - UC Counselor Conference
Freshman Admission…by the #’s
2012
California
Out-of-State
International
Total
Apps
52,231
10,577
9,818
72,626
Admits
9,263
3,049
3,143
15,455
Admit Rate
17.7%
28.8%
32.0%
21.3%
Enrolled
4,002
607
1,012
5,621
2013
California
Out-of-State
International
Total
Apps
54,958
12,586
12,928
80,472
Admits
9,539
4,094
2,544
16,177
Admit Rate
17.4%
32.5%
19.7%
20.1%
Enrolled
4,107
940
654
5,701
2014
California
Out-of-State
International
Total
Apps
55,897
15,605
14,970
86,472
Admits
9,128
4,095
2,537
15,760
Admit Rate
16.3%
26.2%
16.9%
18.2%
SIR'd
4,159
959
761
5,879
More on UCLA’s Freshman Class…
• UCLA’s freshman class includes students from nearly all
50 states and over 70 countries.
• First generation students represent 1 out of every 3 new FR.
• Increased SIR’s from African American, Latino/Hispanic,
Chinese-American, and Korean-American students.
• Fall 2014 Freshman Profile:
• 3.89/4.39 weighted GPA
• 1930-2220 SAT (middle 50%)
• Overall 18% admit rate
On Becoming a Bruin…
• UCLA tied for #1 among 25 public
universities that enjoy the greatest
percentage of freshmen who return for
their 2nd year [Source: US News &
World Report]
• 94% of freshmen live on “The Hill”
and on-campus housing is guaranteed
for three years.
• 2 out of every 3 courses at UCLA have
fewer than 30 students.
What to expect from UCLA for Fall 2015
• UCLA will likely seek to enroll 4,100 California residents (same as
Fall 2014).
• UCLA will continue to utilize a waitlist to maximize freshman
enrollment.
• UCLA will host our fall open house for prospective applicants
on Saturday, September 20; for more information on all fall
admission events, see www.admission.ucla.edu/Events
UC Santa Barbara
Lisa Przekop, Director of Admissions – CSU - UC Counselor Conference 2014
Community
4-year housing
guarantee allows
more students to
stay on campus
than ever before
UCSB increases
campus safety
and provides
$2 million in
funding for Isla
Vista
Increased support services
including:
• Veteran’s Services
• Guardian Scholars
• Dream Scholars
• Women’s Center
www.admissions.ucsb.edu
Outcomes & Outlook
Fall 2014 Outcomes
Fall 2015 Outlook
• Freshman applicants
interested in Engineering must
declare on the UC application
43% first
generation
freshmen
Added
73% of ELC
students
admitted
4.15 average GPA
Chicano/Latino
Asian/Pacific Islander
Museum Studies emphasis in
History of Art & Architecture,
BA
White
African American
93% of admitted
Other/Unknown
freshmen had GPAs
between:
American
Indian/Alaska Native
Removed
• College of Creative Studies
Literature, BA suspended
• Economics/Mathematics
www.admissions.ucsb.edu
Campus News & Updates
Davidson Library renovation and addition is in
progress. Grand opening in December 2015!
New campus housing! Sierra Madre Apartments
scheduled for 2015-2016 school year (115 new
apartments for 515 students)
Stay Connected!
Join Admissions on social media for
more campus news and updates:
www.admissions.ucsb.edu
Services for Counselors
Spring Insight Open House
Saturday, April 11, 2015
Admissions webinars and online college fairs
www.admissions.ucsb.edu/visit-ucsb/webinars
AlwaysOn counselor chat drop-in hours
1st Thursday of each month, 2-4 p.m.
Horizons counselor newsletter
www.admissions.ucsb.edu/counselors
Personal Statement Tip Sheet
www.admissions.ucsb.edu/publications-and-videos
Short tutorials on YouTube
Want more? Send suggestions to [email protected]
www.admissions.ucsb.edu
UC Santa Cruz – Frosh Update
Welcome!
Michael McCawley,
Director of Admissions
What Happened - Fall 2014
•2,000+ application increase
•Admit rate 57%
•More offers to CA students
•Increased enrollment
•Increased underrepresented
and underserved students
Admitted Frosh GPA Profile




4.0 or higher – 35.7%
3.5 to 3.99 – 50.1%
3.49 or lower – 14.2%
Mean – 3.82
What Will Happen – Fall 2015
 Enroll 400 fewer
frosh
 Fewer admission
offers
 Increased selectivity
UCSC looks for well-rounded, academically strong students
who will enrich the student experience at our campus.
50 Years Later
•
•
•
•
•
Focused on student success
The residential colleges
Academic opportunities
Healthy and happy students
Timely graduation
Connect to Your Inner Slug






New virtual tour
eSlug counselor newsletter
Slug Connection for students
Parents web information
Family & Group tours weekdays
Preview Day on October 25, 2014
With thanks for all you continue to do!
admissions.ucsc.edu

similar documents