Undergraduate Profile

The Undergraduate Profile provides information of interest about the undergraduate population at UCLA. In addition to admissions, enrollment, and graduation statistics, the profile describes popular majors, student activities outside the classroom, research opportunities, cost, and financial aid.

For answers to questions about the Undergraduate Profile, or to find information not presented in the publication, please contact Francine.

Undergraduate Profile, 2013-14
Undergraduate Profile, 2012-13
Undergraduate Profile, 2011-12
Undergraduate Profile, 2010-11

Undergraduate Profile, 2009-10
Undergraduate Profile, Fall 2008
Undergraduate Profile, Fall 2007
Undergraduate Profile, Fall 2006
Undergraduate Profile, Fall 2005

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UCLA Profile

The UCLA Profile is prepared by the campus as a counterpart to the College Portrait—a common web report launched in 2007 by the Voluntary System of Accountability (VSA), an initiative organized by the higher education community to demonstrate accountability, support the measurement of educational outcomes, and provide understandable information to the public.

In addition to presenting profile data, the UCLA Profile parallels the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), an assessment within the VSA, by reporting results for seniors on six specified measures that research suggests are correlated with greater student learning and development: (1) group learning, (2) active learning, (3) experiences with diverse groups of people and ideas, (4) student satisfaction, (5) institutional commitment to student learning and success, and (6) student interactions with faculty and staff.

The UCLA Profle is available from Fall 2008:

UCLA Profile, Fall 2013
UCLA Profile, Fall 2012
UCLA Profile, Fall 2011

UCLA Profile, Fall 2010
UCLA Profile, Fall 2009
UCLA Profile, Fall 2008

More information about the College Portrait is available at the VSA website.