University of California Berkeley By Rachel green

Located in Berkeley, California
Sports programs include baseball, basketball, field hockey, football, golf, gymnastics, lacrosse, rugby, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, volleyball, water polo, cross-country, and ultimate frisbee.
The top ten majors offered are economics, cellular biology, biology, psychology, political science and government, electrical and electronic engineering, business administration and management, computer science, social sciences, and mathematics & statistics.
Student life consists of both national and local fraternities and sororities, a choral group, a drama/theatre club, marching band, and a student run newspaper, radio station, and tv station.
27% of undergrads live in university housing, while 95% of freshmen live there.
Only 16% of applicants are admitted!
It costs $16,655 annually to attend UC Berkeley.
62% of students receive financial aid.
The average SAT score is 2055 (with the old system)
There are 64,691 graduate and undergrad students in all
48% of students are men, and 52% are women.
Percentages of Different Races of Students
The median earning 6 years after graduation is 62,700 a year
The graduation rate is 91%
The acceptance rate is 16%
52% of students say they associate with the Democratic Party.
UC Berkeley ranked #5 out of 639 top public universities in America.

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