University of California 10 Campuses Admission and Tuition Comparison

In this page, we compare tuition and other college costs between University of California campuses for year 2016. The University of California (UC) is a public university system in the U.S. state of California. Under the California Master Plan for Higher Education, the University of California is a part of the state's three system public higher education plan, which also includes the California State University system and the California Community Colleges System.

University of California has 10 campuses in United States ( and Inhabited territory). Total 264,220 students are enrolled in one of those campuses for academic year 2016-2017. The average acceptance ratio over all campuses is 38.33% . The average graduation rate of the University of California campuses is 82.22% and the average student to faculty ratio is 17.89:1.
Table. University of California 10 Campuses Overview
Campus NameHighest DegreeStudent PopulationAcceptance Ratio Graduation RateStudent to Faculty Ratio
BerkeleyBerkeley, CA Doctor's degree40,154 17% 92% 17:1
DavisDavis, CA Doctor's degree36,460 38% 85% 18:1
IrvineIrvine, CA Doctor's degree32,754 39% 87% 19:1
Los AngelesLos Angeles, CA Doctor's degree43,548 17% 91% 16:1
MercedMerced, CA Doctor's degree7,336 61% 66% 18:1
RiversideRiverside, CA Doctor's degree22,715 56% 73% 19:1
San DiegoLa Jolla, CA Doctor's degree34,979 34% 87% 19:1
San FranciscoSan Francisco, CA Doctor's degree3,145 - - -
Santa BarbaraSanta Barbara, CA Doctor's degree24,346 33% 82% 17:1
Santa CruzSanta Cruz, CA Doctor's degree18,783 50% 77% 18:1
AverageTotal 264,22038.33%82.22%17.89:1

University of California 10 Campuses 2017 Tuition Comparison

Next table and chart illustrate the college costs including tuition & fees, books & supplies, and living costs of University of California 10 Campuses. The cost data officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education.
Undergraduate Graduate
The 2017 average undergraduate tuition & fees of is $13,548 for state residents and $40,230 for other students. The living costs are $19,471 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $15,121 when living off campus in average. In this year, Berkeley campus has the highest tuition and living costs of $63,051 based on out-of-state tuition & fees and on-campus living costs.
Table. Undergraduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between University of California 10 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Berkeley $13,509$40,191$1,262$21,598$15,702
Davis $14,046$40,728$1,601$19,320$14,271
Irvine $13,360$40,042$1,766$17,804$15,197
Los Angeles $12,920$39,602$1,636$19,500$15,807
Merced $13,262$39,944$1,444$20,805$12,809
Riverside $13,581$40,263$1,716$19,094$14,325
San Diego $13,645$40,327$1,541$17,053$15,752
San Francisco San Francisco Campus does not offer undergraduate programs.
Santa Barbara $14,073$40,755$1,431$19,668$15,960
Santa Cruz $13,539$40,221$1,470$20,399$16,268
Average$13,548$40,230$1,541$19,471$15,121
The 2017 average graduate tuition & fees of is $13,099 for state residents and $28,201 for other students. The living costs are $19,471 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $15,121 when living off campus in average.
Table. Graduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between University of California 10 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Berkeley $13,509$28,611$1,262$21,598$15,702
Davis $13,237$28,339$1,601$19,320$14,271
Irvine $13,064$28,166$1,766$17,804$15,197
Los Angeles $12,683$27,785$1,636$19,500$15,807
Merced $12,931$28,033$1,444$20,805$12,809
Riverside $13,338$28,440$1,716$19,094$14,325
San Diego $13,085$28,187$1,541$17,053$15,752
San Francisco $12,506$27,608---
Santa Barbara $13,249$28,351$1,431$19,668$15,960
Santa Cruz $13,386$28,488$1,470$20,399$16,268
Average$13,099$28,201$1,541$19,471$15,121

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