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University of California-Riverside
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900 University Ave
Riverside, CA 92521
(951) 827-1012
ucr.edu

About the College
University of California Riverside is located in Riverside California. The campus was established in 1966. The campus of the University has the 161-foot UCR Bell tower in the middle of the campus. The tower has 48 brass bells in it. University of California Riverside is a diverse research University and has 21,000 students enrolled. The University offers 80 bachelor degrees, 46 masters’ degree programs, 3 PHD programs and 17 California teaching and administrative credential programs. The University has top-notch instructors so students get the best learning experience for a great education.
Campus
University of California Riverside has on campus housing for their students. If students prefer to live off campus then students can find houses and apartments in the local area to rent while attending the campus. The campus sits on 1.200 acres of lands. The campus offers many libraries on campus such as the Science Library, Music Library, Multimedia Library, and the Palm Desert Graduate Center Digital Library. The campus also offers career counseling, financial aid, botanic garden, student recreation center, a campus store, and also a radio station. The campus also has research labs for students working in research. This gives them hands on training in the research.
Courses
University of California Riverside has a wide range of many different programs that students can find a career in. Some of the programs offered are Anthropology, Art, Asian Studies, Biochemistry, Bioengineering, Business Administration, Botany and Plant Sciences, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Chemistry, Sociology, Theater, Global Studies, Geosciences, Philosophy, Psychology, Religious Studies, Visual Art, Soil and Water Science and many more. The University offers a wide range of programs so students have choices. Some students might already have a career in mind while other students might take a few different programs for different choices.

College Type: 4-year, Public

Offering: Bachelor's degree, Postbaccalaureate certificate, Master's degree, Doctor's degree, First-professional degree

Campus Setting: City, Large

Campus Housing Available: Yes

Student Population: 17187, 87% undergraduates


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