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UC Santa Cruz vs. UC SantaBarbara           VS.
The Banana Slugs (UCSC) 2011-2012 Tuition    $12,333          in-state    $35,211          out-of-state Students    15,668...
Student Body Total undergraduate  enrollment-15,668 Student gender distribution
Types of campus housing available coed Dorms special housing for disabled students womens dorms special housing for intern...
Fresh Dorms and Stuff
Five most popular majors for 2010graduates at UCSC Psychology,General11% Business/Managerial Economics 10% English Languag...
Paying for UCSB At University of California--Santa Cruz, 59.8 percent of full-time undergraduates receive some kind of nee...
The Gauchos (UCSB) 2011-2012 Tuition    $12,508          in-state    $35,386          out-of-state Students    19,186     ...
Student Body Total undergraduate enrollment-19,186 Student gender distribution
Housing Options Students are guaranteed housing for all 4 years of their UCSB experience, either in the residence halls or...
Five most popular majors for2010 graduates Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services 12% Psychology 9%...
Paying For SchoolAt University of California--Santa  Barbara, 56.1 percent of full-time  undergraduates receive some kind ...
Transportation at UCSB
Location vs Location UCSB is right on the beach, has sunny weather, is in Santa Barbara which is a cool city, and everythi...
Summary Overall, these colleges are pretty legit, I liked both of them and they both sound like a lot of fun. They both gi...
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  1. 1. UC Santa Cruz vs. UC SantaBarbara VS.
  2. 2. The Banana Slugs (UCSC) 2011-2012 Tuition $12,333 in-state $35,211 out-of-state Students 15,668 enrolled 47% male 53% female Admissions Nov. 30 application deadline 64.5% accepted
  3. 3. Student Body Total undergraduate  enrollment-15,668 Student gender distribution
  4. 4. Types of campus housing available coed Dorms special housing for disabled students womens dorms special housing for international students mens dorms theme housing apartments for married students other housing options apartment for single students
  5. 5. Fresh Dorms and Stuff
  6. 6. Five most popular majors for 2010graduates at UCSC Psychology,General11% Business/Managerial Economics 10% English Language and Literature/Letters,Other6% Environmental Studies6% Sociology5%(Which is what I want  to major in)
  7. 7. Paying for UCSB At University of California--Santa Cruz, 59.8 percent of full-time undergraduates receive some kind of need-based financial aid and the average need-based scholarship or grant award is $15,538.
  8. 8. The Gauchos (UCSB) 2011-2012 Tuition $12,508 in-state $35,386 out-of-state Students 19,186 enrolled 47% male / 53% female Admissions Nov. 30 application deadline 45.5% accepted
  9. 9. Student Body Total undergraduate enrollment-19,186 Student gender distribution
  10. 10. Housing Options Students are guaranteed housing for all 4 years of their UCSB experience, either in the residence halls or the apartments. Eight residence halls provide room and board for 5,000 freshmen.
  11. 11. Five most popular majors for2010 graduates Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services 12% Psychology 9% Communication and Media Studies 6% Sociology 6% Political Science and Government 5%
  12. 12. Paying For SchoolAt University of California--Santa Barbara, 56.1 percent of full-time undergraduates receive some kind of need-based financial aid and the average need-based scholarship or grant award is $15,389.
  13. 13. Transportation at UCSB
  14. 14. Location vs Location UCSB is right on the beach, has sunny weather, is in Santa Barbara which is a cool city, and everything is close together so you can bike and save money on gas. There is a beach, and the nature is pretty cool. There’s also a good bus system for transportation.
  15. 15. Summary Overall, these colleges are pretty legit, I liked both of them and they both sound like a lot of fun. They both give out money to help pay, and they both have great locations and the majors I want.
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