What day do UCSB decisions come out?

March 22, 2022
UC Santa Barbara All decisions became available at Applicant Portal on March 22, 2022.

What time does UCSB decisions come out?

Freshman decisions will be released sometime today before 11:59pm, Pacific Time. Applicants will receive an email indicating to check their [email protected] portal for their official decision.

What time do UCSB decisions come out 2021?

We will release admission decisions on the Applicant Portal in mid-March for freshman applicants and in mid-April for transfer applicants. In the meantime, stay informed and learn more about what UCSB has to offer!

How likely is it to get off the UCSB waitlist?

UC Santa Barbara offers an extreme example. Last year, the university extended admission offers to 97% of wait-listed students, rocketing from 10% the previous year.

How many students get waitlisted at UCSB?

In fall 2019, UCSB extended 8,863 waitlist offers to freshmen, from which 601 were offered admission and ultimately 251 enrolled. This massively expanded in fall 2020, when UCSB extended 9,883 waitlist offers to freshmen, from which 6,148 were offered admission and 1,358 of them enrolled.

How many applicants did UCSB get in 2021?

For the 2020–2021 admissions cycle, 89,752 students applied, and 32,842 were admitted, for an acceptance rate of 36.6%. UCSB’s acceptance rate is low, but your chances of admission will vary by your profile.

How many waitlisted students get into UCSB?

So what are the chances of being plucked from a waitlist? Last year, UC undergraduate campuses extended more than 112,000 offers to be placed on a waitlist and students accepted more than half of them. UC ultimately offered about 34,000 seats to waitlisted students — more than double the number in 2019.

Are UC Waitlists ranked?

Applicants are notified, at decision time, that they are being offered the chance to be added to a UC waitlist. If you are offered a spot on the waitlist you have until April 15th to accept the spot. The UC waitlist is NOT ranked by the speed with which you respond, so respond thoughtfully and carefully.

Is it hard to get off UCSB waitlist?

That is difficult to predict. The number of students admitted from the waitlist varies greatly from year to year. Admission will depend on how many admitted students accept UCSB’s offer of admission. Applicants who have chosen to be on our waitlist may or may not be offered admission.

What are the chances of getting off UCSB waitlist?

How long does it take to hear back from UCs?

If you are a fall-term freshman applicant, each campus you applied to during the filing period generally will notify you whether you have been admitted between March 1-31. These notification dates apply only to applicants for the fall term who file during the November 1–30 filing period.

Is UCSD more prestigious than UCSB?

UCSD, meanwhile, ranked 39th among all universities. Within the University of California system, UC Berkeley, UCLA and UCSB ranked higher than UC San Diego, but UC Davis and UC Irvine trailed behind.

What percentage of waitlisted students get accepted UC?

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Institution Waitlist Offered (2020) Admit Rate (2020)
Union College 708 41%
UC Berkeley 8,753 33%
UC Davis
UC Irvine 18,621 24%

What percentage of waitlisted students get accepted UCSB?

In 2020, UC Santa Barbara extended admission offers to 97 percent of wait-listed students — an unheard of boost from 10 percent the previous year.

What is it like to study at UCSB?

UCSB is more than a place to obtain a degree — it’s a top 10 public university in one of the most beautiful places on Earth where you can carve your own path towards an impactful future. We are excited to welcome you to our beautiful campus!

Where can I find more information about the UC Santa Barbara campus?

Visit the UC Santa Barbara COVID page for more campus information. View our 7-minute campus overview video to learn more about our campus, academics, student life, athletics, and more.

Is the UC application for undergraduate admission open?

The UC application for undergraduate admission is now open. Don’t forget to submit from November 1-30. The Office of Admissions is closed to the public but we are available to help virtually: visit our FAQ page first or our contact us page. Visit the UC Santa Barbara COVID page for more campus information.