These series of data bite issues are presented in a form of one-pagers to address and highlight Student Affairs stories and student developments in various aspects through numbers and visuals. Data comes from SAIRO surveys and student records system. If you have any questions, or need these documents in a more accessible format, please contact SAIRO.
In celebration of class of 2017, this data bite profiles the development of skills and career competencies among our graduates. The one-pager also highlights how much UCLA contributed to the skills of graduates. The data comes from University of California Undergraduate Experience (UCUES) and Graduating Senior Survey.
To honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the civil rights activist and advocate for marginalized communities, the data in this document highlight the practices, goals and plans related to civic and community engagement among entering UCLA undergraduate students. The data comes from the Freshman Survey and the Transfer Student Survey.
This data bite highlights the political beliefs and views of UCLA undergraduate students using 2014 UCUES data to provide a picture of the political climate and plans for civic involvement through voting.