Wednesday, May 17, 2006

UC Davis Rankings & Statistics

UC Davis Rankings and other general statistics

16th among public universities nationwide (National Research Council)
14th among public universities nationwide (U.S. News & World Report)
12th in research funding among U.S. ranked public universities and 5th among UC campuses (National Science Foundation) 17th, just behind Harvard, in the first ranking of American universities based on their contributions to society (Washington Monthly).

One of 62 North American universities admitted into the prestigious Association of American Universities.

Research funding: $505 million in 2004–05

Private support: $79 million in 2004–05

4 colleges (Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Biological Sciences, Engineering, Letters and Science)
5 professional schools (Education, Law, Management, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine)

Student enrollment: 29,637 (fall 2005)

Alumni with degrees: 166,885

Undergraduate majors: 103

Graduate programs: 86

Intercollegiate sports: 26 (14 for women, 12 for men)

Campus acreage: 5,300 acres (largest UC campus)


UC Davis distinctions
The campus’s breadth of academic and outside-the-classroom programs, commitment to providing an attentive and research-enriched education, determination to address society’s needs and consideration of campus community members as family are truly distinctive.

A superb investment
UC Davis contributes nearly $3 billion each year to the California economy and returns $5 to California for every state dollar received.

Most comprehensive UC
UC Davis is a leader in interdisciplinary study, and its four colleges, five professional schools, more than 100 academic majors and 86 graduate programs make it the most comprehensive of all the UC campuses.

One in every 315 Californians is a UC Davis alum. Our alumni earn a mean salary of $93,100 annually—twice the California average.

Distinguished alumni
UC Davis alums achieving notable feats in 2005 include “Aggienaut” Steve Robinson ‘78, who transmitted the first podcast from space, and Emmy winners Steve McFeely ‘96 and Chris Markus ‘96.

A research giant
A Tier One research university, UC Davis ranks 12th in research funding among public U.S. universities, receiving more than $500 million in 2004–05.

Super in science
UC Davis awards more bachelor’s and doctor’s degrees in the biological sciences than any other U.S. institution. In 2004–05, the campus welcomed a new College of Biological Sciences and a new Genome and Biomedical Sciences Building to foster leading-edge research.

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