How many students does UCLA accept each year?

Residency Overview

California Residents Total
Applicants 69,607 111,322
Admits 8,354 13,720
Enrolled 4,433 5,920
Admit Rate 12% 12%

Is common app open for 2020?

Here is the beautiful thing about the Common App – the application opens on August 1, 2020 for students who are looking to start college in Fall 2021, BUT you can begin completing the general portion of the Common App any time prior to that, starting 8/1 of the prior year, i.e., 8/1/19.

How many applications did UCLA get?

249,855 applications

What schools are on the Common App 2020?


  • AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts.
  • California College of the Arts.
  • California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
  • California Lutheran University.
  • Chapman University.
  • Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science.
  • Claremont McKenna College.
  • Columbia College Hollywood.

How many students applied to 2019 UCLA?


What GPA do I need to get into UC Berkeley?

3.0 GPA

Does UCLA mail acceptance letters?

They don’t send acceptance letters. You have to check your portal to see if you’ve been accepted.

What is UCLA most famous for?

Academics. The top six most popular undergraduate majors are: biology, business economics, political science, psychology, psychobiology and economics. UCLA offers nearly 150 graduate degree programs, including an extensive selection of management and health sciences options.

What is UC Berkeley acceptance rate?

16.3% (2020)

When did UCLA release Decisions 2020?

March 31

What is a good GPA for CS?

At most universities a 2.0 is the minimum requirement to graduate and avoid being placed academic probabtion. Generally speaking a 3.0 or higher is considered “good” across all majors. I wouldn’t recommend listing a GPA below 3.0 on a resume.

Does UC Berkeley do interviews?

Berkeley does not conduct interviews in the admissions process. The application is the only information we will have to assess your strengths. The Personal Insight Questions presents an opportunity for you to tell us who you are as a student, as a learner, and as a community member.

Did UCLA release decisions?

Freshmen admission decisions are officially out! Admission decisions for first-year applicants are now available through the My Application Status website!

How competitive is UC Berkeley?

During the 2018-19 admissions cycle, UC Berkeley had an acceptance rate of 16.8%. This means that for every 100 students who applied, 16 students were accepted, making UC Berkley’s admissions process highly competitive.

Is it hard to get into UCLA computer science?

Computer science had an 8.2% acceptance rate, and students applying to the engineering school undeclared were accepted at a rate of 9.5%. Because the programs are so selective, the lucky few who get in almost always have high test scores, high GPAs and participate in lots of extracurriculars, Chang said.

What school gets the most applications?

The 10 US universities that receive the most applications

  1. University of California, Los Angeles.
  2. University of California, San Diego.
  3. University of California, Irvine.
  4. University of California, Berkeley.
  5. University of California, Santa Barbara.
  6. University of California, Davis.
  7. New York University.

How hard is it to get into Berkeley EECS?

The 6 percent acceptance rate for EECS at Berkeley is even lower than MIT’s acceptance rate.

What schools require common app?

United States Schools that Accept the Common Application

  • Adelphi University. Agnes Scott College.
  • Babson College. Baldwin-Wallace College.
  • D ‘Youville College. Daemen College.
  • Earlham College. East Carolina University.
  • Fairfield University. Fairleigh Dickinson University.
  • Gannon University.
  • Hamilton College.
  • Illinois College.

Do UC’s admit by major?

UC Admission Information – Major-Specific. Most UCs do not consider majors when making admission decisions. You are not advantaged or disadvantaged by choosing one major over another within the college. There are some exceptions (UCSD and engineering) but you can generally stop stressing about picking an “easy” major.