Most official University data on UCLA students, including admissions, are governed by the UCLA Registrar’s Office Student Data Access Policy. Campus entities that use and report student data, do so under the terms and conditions set forth by the Registrar’s Office. OEDI Student Admissions Dashboards comply with these terms and conditions.

Per the Student Data Access Policy, student records are not provided to the public. University staff may request student record data for business purposes by submitting a Registrar’s Service Request (RSR).

OEDI Student Admissions Dashboards

OEDI is in the process of updating undergraduate and graduate student admissions dashboards for fall terms 2012-2022. These dashboards will show applicant, admit, and enrollee counts for each school/division by sex and race/ethnicity.

Coming soon!

Other Resources

There are a number of other sources for UCLA student admissions data, including the Academic Planning and Budget Office’s Campus Statistics. However, the resources cited below were curated to include only public data that are viewable by demographic characteristics.

UCLA Graduate Education

UCLA Graduate Education provides an Admissions: Annual Snapshot dashboard of graduate program admissions by degree objective, field, major, gender, and race/ethnicity for falls 2008 – 2021.

UCOP Information Center

The University of California Office of the President (UCOP) Information Center provides a large number of data dashboards on students, much of them allowing for breakouts by demographic characteristics. We’ve highlighted some of their student admissions dashboards below. Although data may be filtered for the UCLA campus, note that UCOP reports by UC discipline (a systemwide classification) and not by UCLA schools/divisions or departments.

Undergraduate admissions summary– fall freshman and transfer applicants, admits, and enrollees by race/ethnicity, source school type, and residency

Graduate admissions – graduate program applicants, admits and enrollees by UC discipline, race/ethnicity, gender, and citizenship

Transfer fall admissions summaryfall transfer applicants, admits, and enrollees by source school type, transfer GPA, residency, race/ethnicity, gender, and first-generation status

Freshman fall admissions summaryfall freshman applicants, admits, and enrollees by source school type, HS weighted, capped GPA, A-G courses, Honors courses, residency, race/ethnicity, gender, and first-generation status

Gap analysis– compares race/ethnicity of high school graduates with race/ethnicity of freshman applicants, admits, and new enrollees at the University

UC doctoral program statistics – admissions, enrollments, funding, degree completion rates, and time to degree by gender and race/ethnicity.

page last updated: 4/12/2023