Welcome to the UCLA OEDI Data Hub! The goal of the OEDI Data Hub is to connect you with information related to equity, diversity, and inclusion among UCLA staff, student, and faculty populations. To that end, the Data Hub houses OEDI Data Dashboards as well as links to EDI-related information provided by other UCLA offices and the University of California Office of the President (UCOP).

Please note that, OEDI is a secondary user of campus data that have been collected, stored, and managed by other UCLA entities. As such, we do not share individual-level records and are bound to the terms of use set forth in agreements with campus data stewards.

For information about UCLA Students, click on one of the content areas below:

Enrollments  – counts of undergraduate and graduate students enrolled as of the third week of fall term instruction 

Admissions – counts of undergraduate and graduate applicants, admits, and enrollees

Degrees/Completions, Time-to-Degree, and Graduation Rates –  number of degrees awarded, average time-to-degree, and 3-, 4-, 5-, and 6-year graduation rates of entering fall cohorts

Student Surveys student surveys containing items related to equity, diversity, and inclusion. 

For information about UCLA Employees, click on one of the content areas below:

Employee Workforce Diversity Dashboard – 15 years of data on self-identified sex and race/ethnicity of UCLA employees.  

Note: David Geffen School of Medicine (DGSOM) employee dashboards are published on the DGSOM Anti-Racism Roadmap and EDI websites.


UCLA Salary Equity Studies – Since 2013, UCLA has engaged in four campus-level salary equity studies.  Reports on each of these studies are available on the Academic Personnel Office website.  .


Systemwide Campus Climate Study During the 2012-13 academic year, the University of California engaged outside consulting firm Rankin & Associates to survey its faculty and other academic appointees, students, staff, trainees, and post-doctoral scholars about their experiences and perceptions of campus/workplace climate. Findings are reported at the campus-level on the UCOP website. Click to see an executive summary or full report of UCLA findings.