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University of California, Riverside

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Admissions

Accept admit offer by May 1
ACT composite avg 21
Percent with ACT score of 12-17 20%
Percent with ACT score of 18-23 55%
Percent with ACT score of 24-29 22%
Percent with ACT score of 30-36 3%
Percent with ACT score of less than 5 NA
Percent with ACT score of 6-11 NA
City Riverside
Email discover@ucr.edu
Fax (951) 827-6344
Phone (951) 827-3411
State CA
Street 900 University Avenue
Zip 92521-0102
Require essay Required for all freshmen
Financial need Financial need is not a consideration in the admissions process
Interview Not required
Letters of recommendation NA
Other NA
Application fee waived/reduced N
Application fee 60
application fee waiver Not reported
Regular admission deadline November 30
Common application Not accepted
Can defer admission N
E-application Accepted
Early action deadline NA
Early action notification date NA
Early action offered No
Early action admit rate NA
Number of early action applicants NA
Early decision admission rate NA
Number of early decision admission applicants NA
Early decision deadline NA
Early decision notification date NA
Early decision offered No
Entrance difficulty Difficult
ACT only NA
ACT only exam due date NA
SAT and subject recommendation NA
SAT and subject exam due date NA
SAT only exam recommendation NA
SAT only exam due date NA
SAT or ACT accepted Required
SAT or ACT exam due date January 31
SAT subject only accepted NA
SAT subject only exam due date NA
GPA 2.00-2.49 NA
GPA 2.50-2.99 10%
GPA 3.00-3.24 25
GPA 3.25-3.49 27%
GPA 3.50-3.74 20%
GPA 3.75+ 18%
GPA average of enrolled freshmen 3.4
High School Graduation Requirements High school diploma required and GED is accepted
College preparatoy program NA
ACT writing test policy Writing component required
SAT ACT essay policy For admission, For placement,As a validity check on the application essay
Admit rate 82%
Number of applicants 20126
Enrollment rate 29%
Number of admitted students 16592
Profile Year 2007
Class president NA
High School rank in top 10th percentile 94%
High School rank in top 25th percentile 100%
High School rank in top 50th percentile 100%
National merit scholars NA
Student gov officer NA
Valedictorian NA
Regular admission notification date Rolling
SAT Critical Reading Avg 504
Percent with SAT Critical Reading of 200-300 NA
Percent with SAT Critical Reading of 300-400 9%
Percent with SAT Critical Reading of 400-500 37%
Percent with SAT Critical Reading of 500-600 39%
Percent with SAT Critical Reading of 600-700 13%
Percent with SAT Critical Reading of 700-800 2%
SAT math avg 542
Percent with SAT Math score of 200-300 NA
Percent with SAT Math score of 300-400 6%
Percent with SAT Math score of 400-500 27%
Percent with SAT Math score of 500-600 38%
Percent with SAT Math score of 600-700 24%
Percent with SAT Math score of 700-800 5%
SAT writing test avg 509
Percent with SAT Writing score of 200-300 NA
Percent with SAT Writing score of 300-400 8%
Percent with SAT Writing score of 400-500 36%
Percent with SAT Writing score of 500-600 42%
Percent with SAT Writing score of 600-700 13%
Percent with SAT Writing score of 700-800 1%
Alumnus relation 1
Student interests 1
Character 1
Essay 2
Ethnicity 1
Extra curricular 1
First generation to go to college 4
Residence Location 1
GPA 4
Interview 1
Class rank 1
Recommendations 1
Religious affiliation 1
High school curriculum rigor 4
Standard tests 4
State residency 2
Special talent/ability 1
Volunteer activity 1
Work experience 1
Transfer admission Transfer applications accepted
Universal college application Not accepted
Waitlist used No

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