UC community, Universitywide, fall 2010
|Graduate & Professional Degree Students and Residents||55,219||15%|
|Faculty (includes Lecturers)||18,609||5%|
|Administrators, Researchers, Librarians & Other Academics||14,865||4%|
The UC community consists of more than 234,000 students, 132,000 faculty and staff, 50,000 retirees and nearly 1.6 million living alumni.
The University of California system encompasses 10 campuses, 5 medical centers, 17 health professional schools, five law schools and the state's only public veterinary school. UC also offers professional and enrichment courses and agricultural and natural resources programs that extend learning and apply knowledge throughout California.
The broader UC community includes millions of California residents and visitors. The patients at UC's hospitals annually account for 3.8 million outpatient clinic visits and more than 850,000 inpatient days. UC Extension enrolls 300,000 annually. Numerous farmers and agriculturalists work with UC Cooperative Extension agents. Entrepreneurs and employees in industries use findings from UC's research. Many others attend concerts, movies and lectures at UC and visit its varied museums, libraries, botanical gardens and natural reserves.
Data provided by UC Institutional Research Unit. Source: UC Corporate Student System and Corporate Personnel System Source: UC Corporate Student and Personnel Systems. Note: 24,834 student employees not included in the Staff category, and are shown above as students only. Excludes 300,000 University Extension enrollments (extension enrollments are duplicated so it is unknown how many unique students these enrollments represent). For more details on undergraduate students, refer to chapter 2 tables. For more information on graduate and professional students, refer to chapter 5 tables. For more information on faculty and other academics, refer to chapter 6 tables. For more information on staff and student employees, refer to chapter 7 tables. Chapter 9 tables have information on the diversity of all these groups.
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