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UC enrolls a record-setting number of California students in fall 2023

The University of California enrolled the largest class of students in history this past fall — including a significant increase in California undergraduates and a corresponding decline in out-of-state students.

UC enrollment data released Jan. 19 found 295,573 students enrolled for fall 2023, including both graduate and undergraduate students. The number of undergraduates rose to a record-breaking 233,272 students.

California undergraduates made up the largest group, accounting for 194,571 students, or 83.4 percent. Of those, 42,058 were first-year students, a 5 percent increase over fall 2022.

“These accomplishments are reflective of the commitment and hard work of our staff, faculty and campus leaders — all of whom are working diligently to expand opportunity for California students and support them during their time at the University. We’re proud of these milestones and will continue to push forward on goals set forth in the state budget and our compact with the governor,” said President Drake.

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