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  • 1. By: Mary Petikyan
    University of California Los Angeles
  • 2. Location
    405 Hilgard Avenue, Box 951405 Los Angeles, CA 90095-1405 Map of UCLA-
    Nick Name: The Bruins
  • 3. Colleges and Schools
    UCLA is a Public University.
    UCLA is a four-year University.
    The percent of applicants admitted: 23%
  • 4. Why do I want to go to this College
    I want to go to this college is that it will help me reach my goal job. My goal job is a person who works at the hospital. I want to go to this college because of my goal.
  • 5. Water Ski
    Water Polo Men and Women
    Volleyball
    Ultimate Men and Women
    Volleyball Men and Women
    Tennis
    Table Tennis
    Ski and Snow
    Surf
    Soccer- Men and Women
    Softball
    Swimming
    Archery
    Badminton
    Baseball
    Bowling
    Cycling
    Dragon Boat
    Equestrian
    Fencing
    Ice Hockey
    Kendo
    Lacrosse-Men
    Lacrosse-Women
    Power lifting
    Rowing-Men
    Rowing-Women
    Rugby-Men
    Rugby-Women
    Running
    SportClubs
  • 6. My Major
    My major is to be a doctor. This is why I want to go to UCLA. For my major job, that is to be a doctor. The main classes I have to take biochemistry, biology, and more.
  • 7. Application Information
    Freshman Admissions
  • 8. Type of School and Transfers, Freshman
    First-time degree-seeking freshmen: 4,735
    Total undergrads: 26,536
    Graduate enrollment: 11,138
    -Public University
    -Four-year
    -Percent applicants admitted:23%
    -Regionally Accredited
  • 9. Admission Policies and Factors
    Essay required
    Required: SAT Reasoning Test Or Act
    Application Essay
    Academic GPA
    Standardized Test Scores
    Transfers and Freshman
    Minimum number of credits a transfer applicant must have: 90
    The average High School GPA of student's accepted to UCLA is 4.2. The average # of freshman to enroll each year is 4,564
  • 10. SAT
    Critical Reading 570-680 99%
    Math 600-730 99%
    Writing 580-700 99%
    Composite 25-31 42%
  • 11. Mascot
    UCLA Mascot is The Bruins 
  • 12. UCLA!!!
    Sites of UCLA!!
  • 13. Freshmans
    Number of transfers who applied for fall term: 15,075 Number of transfers who were admitted for fall term: 5,200 Number of transfers who enrolled for fall term: 3,220 Terms in which transfers may enroll: Fall Transfers accepted at these levels: Junior
  • 14. Transfers
    GPA of 3.20 or higher earned in transferable courses.Junior-level standing (60 semester/90 quarter transferable units completed) by the end of the spring term before you transfer.
  • 15. About UCLA!!
    Originally the Los Angeles State Normal School founded in 1881; became part of the University in 1919. The University of California, Los Angeles--UCLA for short--is the largest campus in enrollment in the University of California system
  • 16. GPA Average Graduate
    GRADE POINT AVERAGE-
We expect at least a 3.30 GPA (on a 4.00 scale) in the junior and senior years, and at least 3.50 in any graduate study. These averages are considered the minimum requirements; the actual standard for admission is set by the current pool of applicants, and is generally much higher
  • 17. Community Service
    Community Service Day is a campus-wide event during which about 500 UCLA 
students perform service at various nonprofit organizations in the greater 
Los Angeles community. The Community Service Commission, which hosts, and 
implements this events, provides the volunteers with transportation to the 
sites, as well as breakfast, lunch, and a T-shirt* 

  • 18. Community Service
    The day begins with an 
Opening Ceremony with guest speakers. After performing three hours of 
serviceat a service organization of their choice, the students come back to 
campuswhere they are served lunch and are granted the opportunity to attend.
  • 19. The End
    By: Mary Petikyan

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