Diversity at the University of California, Riverside

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Enrollment by ethnicity,
2007[1]
Total under-
graduates
Percentage
of total
College of Humanities,
Arts, & Soc. Sci.
Percentage
of CHASS
College of Natural
& Agricultural Sciences
Percentage
of CNAS
Bourns College
of Engineering
Percentage
of BCOE
Graduate
students
Percentage
of total
Total Undergraduate
& Graduate
Percentage
of total
African American 1,107 7.4% 767 8.1% 259 6.1% 81 6.2% 47 2.1% 1,154 6.4%
American Indian 55 0.4% 37 0.4% 15 0.4% 3 0.2% 14 0.6% 69 0.4%
Chicano/Chicana 3034 20.3% 2110.5 22.3% 694.5 16.4% 229 17.6% 142 6.4% 3,176 18.5%
Hispanic or Latino 849 5.7% 564.5 6.4% 217.5 5.1% 67 5.2% 60 2.7% 909 5.3%
Chinese 2270 15.2% 1,484 15.7% 580.5 13.7% 205.5 15.8% 72 3.3% 2,342 13.6%
Filipino 942 6.3% 451 4.8% 382 09% 109 8.4% 34 1.5% 976 5.7%
Japanese 209 1.4% 136.5 1.4% 49.5 1.2% 23 1.8% 18 0.8% 227 1.3%
Korean 1018 6.8% 724 7.7% 247 5.8% 47 3.6% 33 1.5% 1,051 6.1%
Pacific Islander 63 0.4% 33 0.3% 21 0.5% 9 0.7% 6 0.3% 69 0.4%
Vietnamese 886 5.9% 357 3.8% 468 11.1% 61 4.7% 5 0.2% 891 5.2%
Thai & Other Asian 535 3.6% 272.5 2.9% 205 4.8% 57 4.4% 40 1.8% 575 3.3%
Pakistani & East Indian 497 3.3% 230.5 2.4% 222.5 5.3% 44 3.4% 27 1.2% 524 3%
White 2664 17.8% 1,705.5 18.1% 671.5 15.9% 287 22.1 802 36.2% 3,466 20.2%
Other Ethnic 292 2.0% 177 1.9 92 2.2% 23 1.8% 102 4.6% 349 2.3%
Not stated/Unknown 552 3.7% 396 4.2% 102 2.4% 54 4.2% 102 4.6% 1,364 7.9%
Gender enrollment by college, 2007[2][3] Under-
graduates
Male Percentage Female Percentage Graduate
students
Male Percentage Female Percentage Total Undergraduate
& Graduate
College of Humanities,
Arts, and Social Sciences
9,446 4,048.5 42.9% 5,397.5 57.1% 694 317 45.7% 377 54.3% 10,140
College of Natural
and Agricultural Sciences
4227 1,968.5 46.6% 2,258.5 53.4% 739 415 56.2% 324 43.8% 4,966
Bourns College of Engineering 1300 1,140 87.7% 160 12.3% 339 245 72.3% 94 27.7% 1,639
Graduate School of Education n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 267 73 27.3% 194 72.7% 267
A. Gary Anderson
Graduate School of Management
n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 126 56 44.4% 70 55.6% 126
Health Sciences n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 49 32 65.3% 17 34.7% 49
Enrollment by region,
2007[4]
Under-
graduates
Percentage
of total
Graduate
students
Percentage
of total
Total Undergraduate
& Graduate
Percentage
of total
Los Angeles 5639 37.7% 280 12.6% 5,919 34.4%
Riverside 2,828 18.9% 551 24.9% 3,379 19.7%
San Francisco Bay Area 1,213 8.1% 66 3.0% 1,279 7.4%
San Bernardino 2181 14.6% 194 8.8% 2,375 18.5%
Orange 1406 9.4% 94 4.2% 1,500 8.7%
San Diego 742 5.0% 66 3.0% 808 4.7%
Other California, incl.
Central Valley
806 5.4% 87 3.9% 893 5.2%
Other US 69 0.5% 192 8.7% 261 1.5%
International 89 0.6% 683 30.8% 772 4.5%
Source schools,
2007[4]
Undergrads
Public high schools 3,281
Private high schools 425
Community colleges 749
University of California 39
Private colleges/other 37
California State University 31
Unspecified 29
Total new students 4,591

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fall 2007 Total Students, Headcount by Ethnicity". University of California, Riverside, Office of Academic Planning & Budget. Retrieved 2007-10-31. (Fourth link from the top.)
  2. ^ "Fall 2007 Headcount Enrollment by College/School and Student Level". University of California, Riverside, Office of Academic Planning & Budget. Retrieved 2007-10-31. (First link from the top.)
  3. ^ "Fall 2007 Headcount Enrollment by College/School and Gender". University of California, Riverside, Office of Academic Planning & Budget. Retrieved 2007-10-31. (Sixth link from the top.)
  4. ^ a b "Fall 2007 Students by Region and Citizenship". University of California, Riverside, Office of Academic Planning & Budget. Retrieved 2007-10-31. (Tenth link from the top.)

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