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Transferring rate to UC increases about 15% for 2016

by SYACADEMY posted Sep 17, 2016


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The University of California released data that show significant gains in the number of California freshman and transfer students admitted to UC campuses for fall 2016, including those from historically underrepresented groups. The admissions data in part reflects UC’s initiative to enroll 5,000 more in-state students in 2016-17.

The university offered admission to 105,671 students out of a freshman applicant pool of 166,565, and 23,879 California community college transfer students from 33,199 applicants.

Admission of students transferring from community colleges increased by 14.1 percent. The one-year increase in 2016-17 California resident transfers will be the largest in UC history.

The newly released numbers — updated from April — include preliminary data on transfer students and students admitted from waitlists and through the referral pool.

The racial and ethnic makeup of the newly admitted freshman and transfer classes reflects UC’s continued progress in broadening the diversity of its undergraduate student body.

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