2018 SAN JUAN HILLS HIGH SCHOOL

Source:

Admissions by Source School

Data Quest

California State Auditor Report Number: 2015-107: The University of California Its Admissions and Financial Decisions Have Disadvantaged California Resident Students

LAO: The 2019-20 Budget: Higher Education Analysis

2018 Admissions by School Source University Wide Data

San Juan Hills High School

Note: Admits and Enrollees fewer that 3 are not shown in UC Data [they are in Brackets].

University Wide Data Per Campus   Data GPA

San Juan Hills students that Applied to a UC school

Note: The Average student applies to 4 UC schools.

163

163 San Juan Hills students filed 586 Applications to a UC school

 

 3.83

San Juan Hills students that were Admitted to a UC school

Note: Some students get accepted to multiple UC schools

77

13.1%

(77/586)

 

 

122 Admits went to 77 students

 

 3.99

San Juan Hills students that Enrolled in a UC school 

29

4.95%

(29/586)

29 San Juan Hills Students Enrolled 

3.96

Note: Average GPA – For freshmen: Average GPA is calculated based on high school grade point average of students from the same school. GPAs used for this analysis are weighted, capped high school GPAs where extra points up to 8 semesters, no more than 4 in the 10th grade are added to the GPA. Average GPA for any cell with fewer than five students is shown as a blank. For transfers: Average GPA is calculated based on transfer grade point average for students from the same college.

Note: CA Residents need above a 4.0 to get into a UC now. Whereas International students are admitted with much lower GPA's. In addition, International students are guaranteed admittance to at least one school of their choice. International students are never placed in a referral pool and offered ONLY UC Merced.

611 San Juan Hills Seniors in the Class of 2018

404 San Juan Hills Seniors met UC/CSU Requirements

  76 San Juan Hills Seniors in the Top 12.5% of the Class of 2018

  29 San Juan Hills Seniors Enrolled in a UC School

  47 Top 12.5% seniors were placed in the referral pool Referral Pool 

 

The Law

The University of California Master Plan Mandate and State Law require the University of California to provide an "appropriate" seat for all students in the Top 12.5% of their High School graduating class.

The University of California is a taxpayer funded educational institution that operates under a Master Plan that requires California residents to be given "priority" enrollment

State law affirms the State’s commitment to fund all eligible California residents:

"The University of California and the California State University are expected to plan that adequate spaces are available to accommodate all California resident students who are eligible and likely to apply to attend an appropriate place within the system". 

"The State of California likewise reaffirms its historic commitment to ensure that resources are provided to make this expansion possible, and shall commit resources to ensure that [eligible] students ….. are accommodated in a place within the system.” [CA Education Code 66202.5]

 

163 San Juan Hills Students filed 586 Applications to the University of California.

San Juan Hills Students Cost of Application Fees
586 applications X $70 application fee = $41,020
The UC used to have a single application that allowed you to apply to 1 or all campuses
163 Applications X $70 application fee = $11,410
The Difference aka... Increased Revenue to the University of California
$29,610

 

The University of California gave 77 students 122 Admits. 

29 Tesoro Students Enrolled in a UC. It appears that 47 Tesoro students may have been placed in the referral pool and only offered UC Merced.

Campus Enrolled Referral Pool
Berkeley 5  
Davis 0  
Irvine 3  
UCLA 6  
Merced 4 47 
Riverside 0  
San Diego 0  
Santa Barbara 5  
Santa Cruz 0  
? 6  
Total  29  

 

The actual number of students placed in the referral pool can only be confirmed with a Public Records Request. Both the California Auditor and the LAO did rights to know to get the referral pool data. It can be presumed by looking at enrollment by School University wide vs by Campus.

99% of students offered UC Merced do not choose to attend because they are "Over Qualified" for UC Merced. This forces Tesoro High Schools highest achieving students to go to college at a Private University or Out of State to find a college comparable to UC flagship schools like UC Berkeley or UCLA.

Financial Damage to Tesoro Families:

Cost to San Juan Hills High School student
Out of State/Private Tuition $55,000  220,000
UC Tuuition per year $15,000 $60,000
Difference $40,000 $160,000

47 Students X $160,000 = $7.52 million dollars taken out of the local economy

 

 

Unjust Enrichment by the University of California at the expense of California taxpayers:

Increased "Profit" to the University of CA when it "Sells" a Seat
Average UC Tuition: CA Resident $15,000
Nonresident Supplemental Tuition $30,000
Total $45.000
UC Profit from "selling" a seat $45,000 (Average nonresident tuition) $45,000
UC has already been paid $30,000 for that seat in California taxpayer money $30,000
Total UC Revenue for "selling" 1 seat  $75,000

The UC sold 47 San Juan Hills High School Seats X $75,000 per seat

$75,000 X 47 = $3,525,000

UC Increased revenue over 4 years = 14,100,000

UC unjustly enriched by $14.1 million

UC unjustly enriched by $14 million $14,000,000

 

UNJUST ENRICHMENT

The UC is profiting at the expense of hard working and deserving San Juan Hills students, in violation of State law and their Master Plan Mandate which requires the University of California to provide "qualified" California resident students with "priority" enrollment. The University of California has a mandate to provide these students with an "appropriate" admit to a school they are qualified to attend. A referral to UC Merced when an applicant is "qualified" for UCLA or UC Berkeley is a violation of State Law and the University of California's Master Plan Mandate.

Any student that has been denied an "appropriate" admit is entitled to an "appropriate"    admit or financial compensation so that they can afford to attend a 4-year Private University or Out-Of State College without being financially penalized. 

The University of California cannot be allowed to continue to deny California Residents educational opportunity in order to unjustly enrich itself at the expense of California taxpayers.


SUPPORTING DATA

Applicants – Students who make a formal application to attend the University of California.

Admits – Students who have been made a formal offer of admission to attend the University of California

Enrollees – Students who have accepted an offer of admission and are enrolled at the University of California.

Note: The numbers do not add up to the UC reported totals. The numbers in brackets are the additional students needed to get to the UCs' reported total. 

University Wide

Total

African American

American Indian

Hispanic Latino(a)

Asian

White

Domestic Unknown

International

? <3 of a race

Applicants

GPA 3.83 

163

95 Female

63 Male

5 Unknown

48

23

80

7

[5] 

Admits

GPA 3.99 

77

47 Female

28 Male

     2       No Data

21

 12

38

 3

[3]

Enrollees

GPA 3.96 

29

17 Female

11 Male

   1     No Data

7

 4

17

No Data 

 [1]

Berkeley     

Applied

GPA 3.97

72

40 Female

29 Male

   3     No Data

17 11  39

[5]

Admits

GPA 4.11

9

7 Female

   2     No Data

No Data  No Data   5 [4]

Enrolled

GPA 3.97 

 5

4 Female

   1     No Data

No Data  No Data  4

 [1]
 Davis     

Applied

GPA 3.88

63

39 Female

23 Male

   1     No Data

17  32 [5]

Admits

GPA 4.19

22

15 Female

6 Male

    1       No Data

4  4 12 

[2]

Enrolled

    GPA       No Data

 0  0 0    0
 Irvine        

 Applied

GPA 3.74

85

43 Female

40 Male

   2     No Data

26  14  37

[8]

 Admits

GPA 3.99

18

7 Female

11 Male

 3 9

[3] 

 Enrolled

     GPA        No Data

3

0 Female

3 Male

  No   Data  No Data     No   Data 

[3] 
UCLA         

 Applied

GPA 3.95

114

63 Female

47 Male

   4     No Data

 26 18 60 

 

[3] 

 Admitted

  GPA 4.32

11

5 Female

6 Male

    No   Data  No     Data     No    Data    [3]

 Enrolled

GPA 4.36

6

3 Female

3 Male

    No   Data  No Data   [3]    No     Data     [3]
Merced        

Applied

3.45

16

11 Female

5 Male

13  [3] 

Admitted

GPA 3.54

11

9 Female

Male

   2     No Data

[2] 

Enrolled

    GPA       No Data

 4

4 Female

0 Male

No Data No Data 
Riverside        

Applied

GPA 3.60

0      

Admits

GPA 3.80

0        

Enrolled

    GPA       No Data

0        
San Diego        

Applied

GPA 3.88 

 89

52 Female

37 Male

24  14   46

[5] 

Admitted

GPA 4.23 

 18

9 Female

9 Male

 6 3  8

[1] 

Enrolled

    GPA       No Data

 0  0

[0] 
Santa Barbara        

Applied

GPA 3.90

101

61 Female

37 Male

   3     No Data

28  12  53

[8] 

Admits 

GPA 4.24 

20

11 Female

Male

   9     No Data

No Data  10    [5] 

Enrolled 

GPA 4.14

 5

   5     No Data

No Data   No Data  No Data     No Data 
Santa Cruz        

Applied

GPA 3.69

46

31 Female

14 Male

   1     No Data

 18  6 21  [1] 

Admitted

GPA 4.06

13

11 Female

Male

   2     No Data

No Data  3  9    [1] 

Enrolled

    GPA       No Data

 0

 

No Data  No Data  No Data  No Data