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Interesting UCB web site "Our Berkeley"

ucbalumnusucbalumnus 82770 replies738 threads Senior Member
The "Our Berkeley" web site at https://opa.berkeley.edu/campus-data/our-berkeley has links to a number of interesting pages. Some examples:

* Undergraduate admissions: https://pages.github.berkeley.edu/OPA/our-berkeley/ug-admissions.html (note: be careful in that "Academic Indicators" HS GPA is weighted uncapped, while "Acad Indicators by Residency" HS GPA is unweighted.

* Undergraduate major migration: https://pages.github.berkeley.edu/OPA/our-berkeley/major-migration.html . Note that CoE had 86% in-major retention from frosh entry to graduation (an additional 6% of CoE frosh graduated from UCB in some other major). L&S frosh stating intentions in biological sciences, physical sciences, social studies, and humanities all had about half graduating in the same type of major, out of 90% graduating from UCB in any major.

* GPA by major: https://pages.github.berkeley.edu/OPA/our-berkeley/gpa-by-major.html

* Student credit hours by department and type of instructor: https://pages.github.berkeley.edu/OPA/our-berkeley/teaching-activity.html
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