UCI Heads New York Times Ranking for Colleges Committed to Economic Diversity
Friday, May 26, 2017
University of California, Irvine (UCI) has earned the #1 spot on the New York Timesthird annual College Access Index, for the university’s commitment to economic diversity.
The index ranks colleges with a five-year graduation rate of at least 75 percent, the number of lower- and middle-income students enrolled, and the price of tuition, as a measure of which top institutions are doing the most to promote the American dream.
Following UCI in the next 4 spots are other campuses in the system: UC Santa Barbara, UC Davis, UC San Diego, and UCLA.
UCI is a Leaders Circle member of the Greater Irvine Chamber of Commerce.
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