UCSF Class of 2012 Facts

GENDER
548: No. of female graduates (67.99 percent)
258: No. of male graduates  (32.01 percent)
806: Total No. of graduates

BIRTHPLACES
49: No. of states where graduates were born (No one from South Dakota)
51: No. of countries represented
6: No. of continents represented (No one from Antarctica)
43: Percentage born in California
10,546: No. of miles from Johannesburg, South Africa, the farthest birthplace from San Francisco

BIRTHDAYS
90: Percentage of graduates who share a birthday with at least one other 2012 graduate
9: Percentage of graduates who share a birthdate.
May 21: The birthdate of the largest number of 2012 grads who were born on the same date
4: No. of graduates who were born on New Year’s Day. (Two of them — both of whom are getting their PharmD degrees also share a birthdate — New Year’s Day, 1985 — but since they were born 7,300 miles apart, it’s unlikely that they are twins)
2: No. of sets of twins graduating
22: Age of youngest graduates (2)

RACIAL AND ETHNIC DIVERSITY
151: No. of underrepresented minorities (18.73 percent)
223: No. of Asians (27.67 percent)
75: No. of Hispanics (9.31 percent)
153: No. of students who marked “other” or gave no response and No Response (18.98 percent)   
279: No. of white/Caucasian (34.62 percent)
41: African American (5.09 percent)
9: American Indian/Alaska Native (1.12 percent)
86: Chinese/Chinese American (10.67 percent)            
36: East Indian/Pakistani (4.47 percent)
26: Filipino/Filipino American (3.23 percent)
10: Japanese/Japanese American (1.24 percent)
14: Korean/Korean American (1.74 percent)
37: Mexican/Mexican American/Chicano (4.59 percent)
47: Other (5.83 percent)           
48: Other Asian/Asian American (5.96 percent)
38: Other Hispanic/Latino (4.71 percent)
29: Vietnamese/Vietnamese American (3.60 percent)
279: White/Caucasian (34.62 percent)
106: No response (13.15 percent)

Source: Chris Cullander, director of Institutional Research, Student Academic Affairs, UCSF