The University of California, Riverside is a public educational institution established in 1954. The total number of undergraduate students is 22,687. It is located downtown and has a campus size of 1,200 acres. It is one of the best universities for studying abroad. Approximately 70% of UCR students commute to school, and freshmen do not have to live on campus. There are also over 300 student organizations, including about 40 fraternities and sororities. UCR is one of ten schools in the UC system and was the official UC Citrus experimental station before becoming a university. Since then, faculty researchers have developed several new types of fruit, including melogold grapefruit and golden nugget oranges. UCR's strong core programs and new and emerging disciplines are located at three universities, four professional schools, and 20+ interdisciplinary research centers. The campus also boasts the nation's largest atmospheric test chamber and is a leader in air pollution and alternative fuel research. As the premier resource for citrus research, UC Riverside is working with growers to protect California's more than $7 billion citrus industry. Notable alumni include Steve Brin, Elizabeth George, and Richard Schrock.
|Ranking||88 Top Public Universities in America|
|Student to teacher ratio||23:1|
|Living cost||USD 15,510 (approx)|
|Average package||USD 49,700|
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88 Top Public Universities in America
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||-|
|Cost of Living/year||$15,510|
|Application Fees||USD 150|