University of California 2010 Accountability Report

Indicator 2
University Community, October 2008

Data visualization. please download the source data for accessible information.

The University of California has 10 campuses, five medical centers, 16 health professional schools, four law schools, the state's only public veterinary school, plus professional and enrichment courses and agricultural and natural resources programs that extend learning throughout California.

The UC community consists of more than 226,000 students, 134,000 faculty and staff, 50,000 retirees and nearly 1.6 million living alumni.

The numbers cited above do not include the millions of others whose lives are touched by the University. This much broader group includes those who are treated at UC's hospitals, where they account for 3.8 million outpatient clinic visits annually and more than 850,000 in-patient days. It includes UC extension students who make up 300,000 annual course enrollments. And it includes the countless farmers and agriculturalists who work with UC Cooperative Extension agents, the entrepreneurs and employees in industries that use findings from UC's research and the many others who attend concerts, movies and lectures at UC and visit its many museums, libraries, botanical gardens and natural reserves.

Source: UCOP Corporate Student System and Corporate Personnel System.

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