Over that period, 2,204 UC students applied for graduation as they completed their requirements toward 2,257 degrees (some students earn more than one degree), including
There are 85 degrees to be awarded cum laude, meaning the graduates had a university grade point average between 3.60 and 3.7499.
There are 76 degrees to be awarded magna cum laude, representing a university grade point average between 3.75 and 3.8999.
There are 31 degrees to be awarded summa cum laude, representing a GPA netween 3.90 and 4.000.
The oldest graduate, earning a bachelor’s degree, is 68. The youngest graduates, one earning an associate’s degree and one earning a bachelor’s degree, are 19.
The number of females earning degrees is 1,217 (55.2 percent).
The number of males earning degrees is 987 (44.8 percent).
The number of degrees representing science, technology, engineering, math and medicine (STEMM) is 920.
Nearly 13 percent of the graduates represent a minority group
The graduates represent 57 countries and 48 states plus Washington, D.C. The two states not included in the Decmber graduating class are Rhode Island and Maine. Eight-and-a-half percent of the graduates report citizenship in a country other than the U.S.
Source: Institutional Research-UniverSIS