Enrollment History

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First-Generation Status: A student is considered first-generation if neither parent earned a four-year college degree. For students from single-parent households, a student is considered first-generation if the parent did not earn a four-year degree. Students with missing parent education data are counted as continuing generation. Due to recent changes in the application structure, first generation status data is currently partially incomplete for students in the Fall 2020 class.

Pell Grant: A Pell Grant recipient is any student who received a Pell Grant, a federal need-based grant awarded to low-income students for the purpose of obtaining a college degree, at any time while attending UCSC.

Underrepresented Group: Underrepresented Groups (URG) include students who self-identify as African American / Black, American Indian / Alaskan Native, and/or Hispanic / Latino.

EOP: The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) provides assistance through mentorship, academic programs, financial assistance, counseling/advising, and other campus support services to those who are first-generation college students, and/or from low-income and educationally disadvantaged backgrounds. More information is available via the UCSC EOP Site.

Class Level: Undergraduate student class level is determined by the number of credits completed as of the 3rd week of a given term, not by the number of years in attendance. Students advance from freshman to sophomore level when they have passed 44.9 credits, from sophomore to junior standing when they have passed 89.9 credits, from junior to senior standing when they have passed 134.9 credits. Graduate student class level is based on degree objective. 

Residency:

CA Resident: Students who are eligible for California resident tuition and fees.

Domestic Out of State: Nonresident students who come from outside California but within the United States and who pay Non-resident Supplemental Tuition in addition to in-state charges.

Non-Resident International:  Nonresident students who come from outside the United States and who pay Non-resident Supplemental Tuition in addition to in-state charges.

Unknown: Students whose residency is not known.