2014 Campus Data

Students at Newport Beach

Student Fees (2013-14)

California residents (undergraduates) $14,688
Nonresidents (includes nonresident tuition, fees) $37,566

Enrollment (Fall 2013)

Undergraduates 23,530
Post baccalaureates 75
Graduate (general campus) 4,665
Graduate (Health Sciences) 1,318
New Freshmen Applicants (Fall 2013) 60,690
New Freshmen Enrolled (Fall 2013) 5,460

Retention and Graduation Rates

One-Year Retention Rate 94%
Four-Year Graduation Rate 68%
Six-Year Graduation Rate 85%

Degrees Awarded (2012-13)

Bachelor's 6,261
Master's 1,255
Ph.D./Ed.D. 435
M.D. 104
J.D. 83
Total 8,138

Workforce (Fall 2013)

Regular-rank faculty 1,119
Other teaching faculty 1,719
Nonteaching academics 2,615
Campus staff 4,951
Medical center staff 4,756
Subtotal 15,160
Student employees 7,093
Total 22,253

Fast Facts

More than 80,000 applications were received for 6,000 spots for fall 2014.

The number of applicants for the fall 2014 academic quarter increased nearly 10% compared to the prior year — making UC Irvine the fastest-growing UC campus.

More than 58 percent of freshmen enrolled in fall 2013 were the first in their families to enter college.

In 2013 UC Irvine saw the greatest increase in the number of in-state African American and Latino applicants in the UC system.

Kiplinger’s annual list of best-value public colleges nationwide ranked UC Irvine 23rd for best overall value and 19th for lowest student debt.

For four consecutive years, UC Irvine has been named among the “Coolest Schools” by Sierra magazine.