I want to especially note this particular statement in the report: With respect to underrepresented students, UC has shown substantial growth for Latino students, while representation of African American and Native American students remains low and has not shown growth.
#Ontothenextone, what someone should be looking for in this presentation is how VP of Student Affairs Sakaki addresses these following questions, from the charts and graphs of admissions data:• What do UC application rates tell us about how Californians view the University?
• How do application rates from different kinds of students affect the composition of our student body?
• What do we learn from differences in the applications to individual campuses?
• How do policy decisions and external circumstances (e.g., budget problems, enrollment reductions, fee increases) affect applications, admissions, and enrollment?
• How can we expect applications to change after implementation of the University’s new eligibility policy?
• What is the effect, over time, of increasing selectivity (declining admission rates) at the campus level?
• What do trends in the rates at which admitted students accept offers from individual
campuses tell us about how those campuses are perceived?