U-C admitted nearly 83,000 students for the fall
semester. That's up about three percent from 2012.
While nearly three quarters of those admitted live in California,
there's an increase in students from outside the state. U-C
campuses admitted nearly 23,000 students from other states and
other countries - up from nearly 19,000 last year.
U-C officials say that's partly a result of budget cuts over
the past few years. Often campuses admitted California
students for whom they got no state funding, whereas out of state
and international students pay higher fees. U-C officials say
non-resident students tend to decline admission at a higher rate,
and they expect those students to make up about ten percent of the
UC Davis has accepted about 22-thousand students for the
fall. University officials say they had nearly 56-thousand
applications, and ultimately the freshman class will include just
over five thousand students.