University of California, Los Angeles
At a Glance
 Student Population: 39,271
Undergraduate Population: 27,199
Student to Faculty Ratioa: 16:01
 Total Annual Costc: $54,434
In-State Tuitionc: $12,686
Out-of-State Tuitionc: $35,564
Percent on Financial Aidd: 71.0%
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 Percent Admittede: 26.0%
SAT Composite Rangef: 1180
 #45 Overall
#22 in Research Universities
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Enrollment by Gender
Enrollment numbers from Winter 2010-Spring 2011 school year.
Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity
Asian/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
Black or African American
Two or More Races
NCAA Division I-A
Percent of Student Body that is a Varsity Athlete
Sports numbers from 2010-2011 Department of Education data.
Facebook & Twitter numbers calculated As of August 2012
 The University of California, Los Angeles is a four-year, coeducational, public research university located in Los Angeles, California. It was established in 1919.
Currently, it has 27,199 undergraduate students with an additional 12,072 graduate students. On campus, an inverted fountain can be seen before it is heard because the rock-lined basin creates the sound of a flowing mountain stream. According to legend, students should only touch the water of the inverted fountain once during freshmen orientation and once after graduation, or else they will pay the consequence of not graduating in four years. With over 8 million volumes and thousands of serial subscriptions, the UCLA Library is ranked as one of the top ten academic libraries in North America. University of California, Los Angeles competes in Division I-A athletics, and the school mascot is the Nanook. The current chancellor of the university is Gene Block.