Demographics Of UC Davis: 16%-Hispanic 3%-Black/Non-Hispanic 1%-American Indian/Alaskan Native 34%-White 40%-Asian/Pacific Islander 2%-Other 4%-Unkonwn 3%-Out of state students 42%-Men
Student Population Student Population-30,000 Campus Size:5,300 (Largest UC Campus) Freshman:5,076 Juniors:6,722 Sophomores:4,483 Seniors:8,230 There was a total of 32,153 enrolled in 2009.
Location, Social Economic Status Directions to UC Davis: Driving east on interstate 80 from the San Francisco Bay area or driving on 1-80 from Sacramento, take the UC Davis exit onto Old Road Davis to the campus. Social Economics Status: Low- Income/Poor-12% Middle Class-39% Wealthy-2% Working Class-22% Upper-Middle Class-25
Campus Housing The housing at UC Davis is set up in four types of housing which are residence halls, single student apartment, campus apartments, and cooperatives. One type of housing may be more suitable for some students than others. Residence halls are primarily offered to freshman, who usually have a spot saved for them in the halls. The residence halls contracts include things such as dining commons meal plans.The residence halls do not have kitchens. Single student apartments are only available to transfer students. Single student apartment are a collection of apartment units. Campus apartments are available to a variety of UC Davis students. The campus apartments do offer a private kitchen and bathrooms. Cooperatives are small,student-operated living communities which are self-reliant.
Common Student Profile 97% are in state students. 97% are in state students. 58% are woman. 58% are woman. 58% has a GPA of 3.75 or higher. 58% has a GPA of 3.75 or higher. The average age that goes to UC Davis is 21. The average age that goes to UC Davis is 21. The average percent that are 25 or older is 4%. The average percent that are 25 or older is 4%. Level of Difficulty to get in to UC Davis is 46%.
Campus Life: The student body at UC Davis is not really diverse. Some of the key clubs at UC Davis are, The American Medical Student Association The American Medical Student Association Black Pre.-Law Association Student Investors and Entrepreneurs Linkedin Some Events at UC Davis are, Peace Corps Information Meeting Weekend of Service Careers with Animals Workshop International Careers
Average costs for: books, housing, classes. The average cost for books and supplies when you are living in the campus is around $1,601. When living at home books and supplies cost around $1,601. The average cost for a room and board when living in the campus is $12,498. The average cost for a room and board when living at home is around $4,356. The average cost for the classes depends on what type of classes you are taking. For example if you go to their school of veterinary medicine it can cost around $45,855. UC Davis is a quarter system.
History about UC Davis UC Davis was founded in 1905,with the first students admitted in 1908. It is a public school. Their motto in engilsh is “Let There Be Light”. Their school colors are aggie blue and gold. Their mascot is Gunrock the mustang. Its nickname is Aggie.UC Davis used to be called the University of Farm as an extension of UC Berkeley from 1905-1922.
Athletics Information UC Davis has one of the largest athletics program in the country. They have 500 student-athletics participating in 23 varsity sports. They also have 33 student club sports and 14 intramural sports. They offer men’s and woman’s: Archery Golf Badminton Woman’s Field Hockey Basketball Swimming Bowling Men’s Football Cheerleading Tennis Cross-Country Soccer Diving Men’s Wresting And they offer many more.
Arts Program Information UC Davis has areas in were they study the art. Some areas may include art and art history, design program,English,film studies,music,techno cultural studies,and theater and dance. They also have other places were they study arts such as the craft center,arts and humanities.It is were the students the staff and others can come and enjoy all the art.
Degrees UC Davis offers Bachelor’s degrees,Master’s degrees,and Doctoral degrees. They offer bachelor's degrees in biology,social sciences, psychology,agriculture,engineering,and visual and performing arts. They offer degrees in zoology,botany,genetics and many more.
Specifically Known For: Some programs the school is specifically known for are their state- our state-of-the-art research facilities,productive laboratories and progressive spirit.