UC by the numbers: 960 academic programs, 270,000 students, 61 Nobel Prizes and much more
The University of California is so large and diverse that even those of us who work here can’t possibly memorize all its facts and figures. Fortunately, there’s an easy solution: To keep key data handy, download “The University of California At A Glance.”
This easy-to-read handout tells UC’s story by the numbers in just two pages. Need to know how many federal research grants UC currently has? How much financial aid our students receive? How many outpatient visits our medical centers cover? How many inventions UC research has produced? It’s all here.
Updated regularly, the most current UC at a Glance can be found on the Fact Sheets and Brochures page, along with other summaries focused on specific areas like graduate research, veterans, transfer students and the economic impact of UC.
Image on the cover of Link: Special parking privileges are one of the coveted perks of winning a Nobel Prize while teaching at UC Berkeley.