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California college acceptance rates?

Hi everyone, I'm currently searching for colleges in California and I'm curious about the acceptance rates for different colleges in the state. Does anyone know where I can find reliable and up-to-date information on acceptance rates? Thanks!

26 days ago

Hi! It's a good idea to gather accurate information about acceptance rates when considering potential colleges in California. The best way to find reliable and up-to-date information on acceptance rates is to visit the colleges' official websites. Typically, you'll find information on acceptance rates on their admissions or "Facts & Figures" pages. Keep in mind that acceptance rates can change from year to year, so you want to make sure you're looking at the most recent data available.

For a quick overview, here are the approximate acceptance rates for some of the well-known colleges in California, but be sure to check their official websites for the most accurate information:

1. University of California (UC) System:

- UC Berkeley: around 11%

- UCLA: around 9%

- UC San Diego: around 23%

- UC Davis: around 37%

- UC Irvine: around 21%

- UC Santa Barbara: around 26%

- UC Santa Cruz: around 47%

- UC Riverside: around 68%

- UC Merced: around 88%

2. California State University (CSU) System:

- California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo: around 28%

- San Diego State University: around 39%

- California State University, Long Beach: around 40%

- California State University, Fullerton: around 65%

3. Private Colleges:

- Stanford University: around 4%

- California Institute of Technology: around 3%

- University of Southern California: around 10%

- Pomona College: around 7%

- Claremont McKenna College: around 10%

- Harvey Mudd College: around 14%

While acceptance rates are important to consider, remember to also evaluate other factors like academic programs, campus culture, location, and financial aid offerings before making a decision. Good luck in your college search!

26 days ago

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