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UC San Diego Admits Record 34,652 Freshman and Transfer Students for Fall 2015

The University of California, San Diego has admitted a record 26,502 freshmen and 8,150 transfers for the fall 2015 term. The number of new freshmen is up 1,969 compared to last year and there is also an increase among transfer admits by 874 students.

UC San Diego Admits Record 34,652 Freshman and Transfer Students for Fall 2015

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UC San Diego Admits Record 34,652 Freshman and Transfer Students for Fall 2015
The University of California, San Diego has admitted a record 26,502 freshmen and 8,150 transfers for the fall 2015 term. The number of new freshmen is up 1,969 compared to last year and there is also an increase among transfer admits by 874 students.
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Preuss Seniors Celebrate Success, Scholarships
When The Preuss School UCSD Class of 2015 graduates this week, senior Diego Espinoza will have a lot to celebrate. Not only is Espinoza the class valedictorian, he is also going to Tufts University on a full-ride scholarship. His classmate and salutatorian Belen Hernandez will be celebrating as well—she is one of 21 Preuss students who will attend UC San Diego on a full ride through the Chancellor’s Associates Scholars Program.
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2015 Commencement Series Ushers in Next Generation of Innovators and Trailblazers
According to UC San Diego alumnus J. Craig Venter, a world-renowned biochemist, geneticist and entrepreneur, medical research as we know it is at the dawn of a new era.
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$2 million Gift from Alumnus Supports Computer Science Undergraduate Engineering Education
A $2 million gift from a University of California, San Diego alumnus will provide critical support for undergraduate education in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. The funds will help recruit, retain and support the professors and lecturers whose primary mission is to teach and mentor students.

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