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National report praises UC for enrolling low-income students

A new national report praised UC campuses for enrolling large numbers of low-income students who receive federal Pell grants. The study criticized many other elite schools for falling far short.

The nine UC campuses surpass the recommendation that Pell grant recipients comprise at least 20 percent of their undergraduates, according to the report being released Tuesday by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce.

Even the UC campuses with the toughest admission competition enroll far more than that suggested level: UC Berkeley, UCLA and UC San Diego show Pell ratios of 31.4 percent, 35.9 percent and 40.1 percent each, the survey noted. UC Riverside and UC Merced go as high as 57.5 percent and 61.5 percent, respectively.

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  1. Mike May 9, 2017 Reply

    Congratulations!! I would love to hear about the focus and effort behind these amazing results. Wish stories like this were picked up more broadly by local media outlets. Just outstanding.

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