Fall 2007 student enrollment data released
By Janet Gilmore
BERKELEY – More than 34,900 students, including 9,000 new freshman, transfer and graduate students, are currently enrolled in the University of California, Berkeley, according to final enrollment data released by campus officials today.
Fall 2007 enrollment figures show that there are 34,953 registered students on campus, up from 33,933 enrolled in fall 2006. Among these currently enrolled students are 6,272 new undergraduates and 2,979 first-year graduate students.
Underrepresented students, including American Indians, African Americans and Chicano-Latinos, make up 16 percent of the undergraduate population, up from 15 percent in fall 2006. Among graduate students, these groups make up 12 percent of the underrepresented student population compared to almost 13 percent in fall 2006. Women continue to comprise about 54 percent of the undergraduate student population, while men make up 55 percent of the graduate student population, up from 54 percent in fall 2006.
For more detailed data, see the fall 2007 enrollment charts.
Please note that the “total student enrollment” charts reflect official final enrollment figures for the current term. The charts containing information on new freshman and new advanced standing, or transfer, students are based on current data that may be revised and updated at the end of the term.
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