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Berkeley

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Transcript of Berkeley

Population: 35,838 students
47% male 53% female Fall 2010 1% American Indian or Alaska Native
40% Asian
3% Black or African American
10% Hispanic/Latino
28% White
11% Non-Resident Alien Mascot- Bear (Oksi the bear) School Colors-
Yale Blue and California Gold Setting- Urban 110 Sproul Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-5800 University of California
Berkeley Admission Requirements Admission Requirements Percent applicants admitted : 24%

adverage GPA : 4.35 SAT Reasoning Test scores :
(Scholastic Aptitude Test)
Reading: 620-740
Math: 660-770
Writing: 650-750 ACT Reasoning Test Scores :
(American College Test)
Composite: 26 / 32
English: 26 / 33
Math: 27 / 34 STUDENT LIFE STUDENT LIFE Housing Types SPORTS Women's
VOlleyBall Men and Women's Basketball Track and Field Football Cross Country Men and Women's
water polo Women's
field Hockey Men and Women's Gymnastics Baseball Rugby Softball Men and women's
Soccer swimmming and diving, Lacrosse, Tennis, Golf. Crew, Fraternities and Sororities Dorms:
Coed Housing
Men's Housing
Women's Housing Apartments:
Married Students
Single Students Special Housing :
Disabled Student
International Students Others :
Cooperative Housing
Fraternity/Sorority Housing Activities : radio station
Yearbook
Television station
Student newspaper Jazz band
Marching band
Symphony Dance
Musical theater
Drama
Film society Lesbian and Gay alliance Student government outdoor society, Christian fellowship Greek System COST Housing and Utilities
Food
Books & Supplies
Personal
Transportation
Health Insurance*
Tuition and Fees
Total Resident Budget Living
on campus Living
off-campus Living
at home $ 14,060* $ 7,324 $ 2,472 $ 930 $ 2,572 $ 1,670 $ 1,202 $ 1,202 $ 1,202 $ 1,388 $ 1,698 $ 1,914 $ 594 $ 906 $ 1,776 $ 1,626 $ 1,626 $ 1,626 $ 12,834 $ 12,834 $ 12,834 $ 32,634 $ 28,162 $ 23,494 Nonresident Supplemental Tuition and Fees Total Nonresident Budget $ 22,878 $22,878 $ 22,878 $ 55,512 $ 51,040 $ 46,372
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Political Science
Molecular and Cell Biology
Environmental Science,
Economics Most popular major Doe Memorial Library Hearst Greek Theater Earl Warren Hall Sproul Hall California Memorial stadium Residence Hall Units Main Address
110 Sproul Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-5800
(510) 642-6000 Admission Office
110 Sproul Hall, #5800
Berkeley, CA 94720-5800
(510) 642-6000 Contact: Walter Robinson
Director Undergraduate Admissions Berkeley Undergraduate Scholarship
Eligibility - financial needs
- 4.1 grade point average (highschool)
- 3.5 grade point average ( community college)
Maintaining Eligibility-
-must continue to have financial need
- maintain a 3.5 GPA
Cal Opportunity Scholarship
Eligibility - Faculty select candidates from among high-achieving prospective freshmen
- financial need
- dmitted to UC Berkeley from one of the program's partner high schools in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Regents’ and Chancellor’s Scholarship Program
- by Invitation Only
- GPA, SAT, application personal statement, extracurricular activities, academic potential, personal hardship, Website
www.Berekely.edu Contact Information 4th biggest Library in the Nation The admission Office
(Sproul Hall) Sather Tower Sather Gates MAP Interfraternity Council : 33 fraternities
Panhellenic Council : 13 sorority
National Pan-Hellenic Council : 9 frican-African American Fraternities and sororities. Multi-Cultural Greek Council : 11 Diverse fraternities
and sororities students looking for brotherhood and sisterhood that continues beyond the college experience Experience the four pillars of Leadership, Scholarship, Friendship, and Service Scholarships Cal Opportunity Scholarship winners Regents and Chanceller's Scholarship winner Justine Ciara Jang
Avid 2nd period
2011
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