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UC Berkeley

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Jacqueline Cruz

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Transcript of UC Berkeley

History
UC Berkeley was founded in 1869 when two leaders merged their two institutions and formed the University of California.One leader led the private Collage of California,it had little funding but it did have land in Oakland and in Berkeley.The state collage the Agricultural,Mining,and Mechanical Arts Collage had funding but no campus.They were a perfect match and when combining the two institutions they made a complete university for students.The new found university was led by President Henry Durant.
Tuition
Demographics
Housing Information
Some of the sports,clubs, and activities at UC Berkeley are:

Sports/Activities/Clubs
Majors and Programs
UC Berkeley is located in Berkeley on the north side of CA
120 Sproul Hall
You can contact the office at (510)642-7464
Some of the majors and programs offered at UC Berkeley are:
Physical Science
Cultural Studies
Environmental Sciences
Engineering
Theater and Performance
Music and Arts
Astrophysics
Chemistry
Law
Journalism
including many more majors and programs
Mascot and School Colors
UC Berkeley
UC Berkeley school colors are
blue
and gold
Their mascot is Oski the Bear
The school motto is Let there be Light
Jacqueline C.
Chancellor
Location
The chancellor is Nicholas B. Dirks.
He is the university's 10th chancellor.
He was previously Columbia University's Executive Vice President and Dean of its Art and Sciences faculty.
His office is at 200 California Hall #1500 Berkeley,CA 94720.
Email him at chancellor@berkeley.edu
Call him at (510)642-7464.
African American - 3%
Asian - 39%
Latino - 13%
Native American/Alaskan Native - 1%
Pacific Islander - less than 1%
White - 29%
Other - 5%
Female - 52%
Male - 48%
Application Requirements
Minimum GPA of 3.0 for California residents
Minimum GPA of 3.4 for non residents of California
ACT or SAT scores
Complete A-G courses in high school
Score a 3 or better in the College Board Advanced Placement Examination in English
Incoming Freshmen
Average GPA was 4.36 for Freshman applicants
Average SAT scores were 2068
98 Students received perfect scores (2400)
Nearly 62,000 students applied but only 13,000 were admitted
There was an acceptance rate of 21% this year
UC's first graduating class, 1873
MEN'S SPORTS

Baseball
Basketball
Crew
Cross Country
Football
Golf
Gymnastics
Rugby
Soccer
Swimming & Diving
Tennis
Track and Field
Water Polo

WOMEN'S SPORTS

Basketball
Crew
Cross Country
Field Hockey
Golf
Gymnastics
Lacrosse
Sand Volleyball
Soccer
Softball
Swimming & Diving
Tennis
Track and Field
Volleyball
Water Polo

Clubs
Faculty Club
Asia Business Club
Challenge 4 Charity
Education Leadership Club
Finance Club
Haas Beer Club
The Tuition costs more if you are not a California resident.
In State Tuition
In Campus
Off Campus
At Home
Includes Tuition and Fees,Room and Board,Books and Supplies,Estimated Personal Expenses Transportation Expenses and Room and Board
$56,198
$51,736
$46,970
Includes Tuition and Fees,Room and Board,Books and Supplies,Estimated Personal Expenses Transportation Expenses and Room and Board
$33,320
$28,858
$24,092
Out Of State Tuition
In Campus
Off Campus
At Home
The room includes the board and is offered per school year.You can also rent it for the spring.There are three meals a day and a small kitchen in the cafeteria were you can make meals.
Room Type
Academic Year Rates
Spring Rates
Regular Double
Large Double
Premium Double
Low Price Single
Regular Single
Premium Single
$13,535
$14,536
$15,537
$14,536
$15,537
$17,545
$6,794
$7,297
$7,800
$7,297
$7,800
$8,808
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