2009 UCUES: Results and Summary: Part 3

Academic Experience Module

Civic Engagement Module

Student Life and Development Module

Global Knowledge, Skills, and Awareness Module

Wild Card Module (Your Connection to Cal)

Part 3: Academic Experience

1. We would like to hear more about being an undergraduate at a research university. Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements.

 Strongly disagreeDisagreeSomewhat disagreeSomewhat agreeAgreeStrongly agree
My UC campus has a strong commitment to undergraduate education 47  (2.7%) 82  (4.7%) 173  (10.0%) 508  (29.3%) 636  (36.7%) 285  (16.5%)
Attending a university with world-class researchers is important to me 30  (1.7%) 80  (4.6%) 132  (7.7%) 471  (27.3%) 539  (31.2%) 473  (27.4%)
It doesn't really matter where I get my undergraduate education (UC, CSU, community college) since they are all similar in quality 614  (35.5%) 534  (30.9%) 351  (20.3%) 152  (8.8%) 61  (3.5%) 17  (1.0%)
The emphasis on research detracts from the quality of teaching on this campus 106  (6.1%) 321  (18.6%) 432  (25.0%) 521  (30.2%) 211  (12.2%) 135  (7.8%)

2. How important to you are the following aspects of being an undergraduate at a research university like UC?

Learning about faculty research
Not important 102  (5.9%)
Not very important 246  (14.3%)
Somewhat important 537  (31.1%)
Important 470  (27.2%)
Very important 225  (13.0%)
Essential 146  (8.5%)
Having courses with faculty members who refer to their own research as part of the class
Not important 110  (6.4%)
Not very important 340  (19.7%)
Somewhat important 494  (28.7%)
Important 423  (24.5%)
Very important 254  (14.7%)
Essential 103  (6.0%)
Learning research methods
Not important 65  (3.8%)
Not very important 137  (8.0%)
Somewhat important 399  (23.2%)
Important 511  (29.7%)
Very important 324  (18.8%)
Essential 284  (16.5%)
Assisting faculty members in their research, for pay or as a volunteer
Not important 123  (7.1%)
Not very important 236  (13.7%)
Somewhat important 413  (23.9%)
Important 435  (25.2%)
Very important 299  (17.3%)
Essential 221  (12.8%)
Pursuing your own research
Not important 127  (7.4%)
Not very important 264  (15.3%)
Somewhat important 423  (24.6%)
Important 429  (24.9%)
Very important 298  (17.3%)
Essential 179  (10.4%)
The prestige of this campus when you apply to grad school
Not important 30  (1.7%)
Not very important 57  (3.3%)
Somewhat important 188  (10.9%)
Important 407  (23.6%)
Very important 504  (29.3%)
Essential 535  (31.1%)
The prestige of this campus when you apply for a job
Not important 19  (1.1%)
Not very important 34  (2.0%)
Somewhat important 150  (8.7%)
Important 353  (20.5%)
Very important 543  (31.6%)
Essential 621  (36.1%)
Having access to a world-class library collection
Not important 34  (2.0%)
Not very important 108  (6.3%)
Somewhat important 267  (15.5%)
Important 457  (26.5%)
Very important 442  (25.7%)
Essential 415  (24.1%)
Being able to attend plays, concerts, lectures, and other cultural events on campus
Not important 74  (4.3%)
Not very important 185  (10.7%)
Somewhat important 371  (21.5%)
Important 470  (27.3%)
Very important 354  (20.5%)
Essential 270  (15.7%)

3. Have you completed or are you now participating in the following activities?

Yes, doing now or have doneNo
Internship under the direction of a faculty member 227  (13.2%) 1499  (86.8%)
Other internship (e.g., co-op, clinical assignment) 407  (23.6%) 1321  (76.4%)
Any UC study abroad, including EAP and summer study abroad 151  (8.8%) 1574  (91.2%)
Study abroad program affiliated with another college or university 69  (4.0%) 1652  (96.0%)
Study abroad program NOT affiliated with a college or university 100  (5.8%) 1617  (94.2%)

4. During this academic year, how often have each of the following been obstacles to your school work or academic success?

Competing job responsibilities (i.e., paid employment)
All the time 97  (5.6%)
Frequently 178  (10.3%)
Occasionally 306  (17.7%)
Rarely 272  (15.8%)
Not at all 872  (50.6%)
Competing family responsibilities
All the time 100  (5.8%)
Frequently 169  (9.8%)
Occasionally 430  (25.0%)
Rarely 505  (29.3%)
Not at all 518  (30.1%)
Other competing responsibilities (e.g., athletics, clubs, internship)
All the time 112  (6.5%)
Frequently 273  (15.8%)
Occasionally 565  (32.8%)
Rarely 401  (23.2%)
Not at all 374  (21.7%)
Weak English skills
All the time 22  (1.3%)
Frequently 52  (3.0%)
Occasionally 127  (7.4%)
Rarely 183  (10.6%)
Not at all 1341  (77.7%)
Weak math skills
All the time 26  (1.5%)
Frequently 51  (3.0%)
Occasionally 255  (14.8%)
Rarely 361  (21.0%)
Not at all 1030  (59.8%)
Inadequate study skills (e.g., knowing how to start, knowing how to get help, organizing material)
All the time 83  (4.8%)
Frequently 159  (9.2%)
Occasionally 496  (28.8%)
Rarely 527  (30.6%)
Not at all 457  (26.5%)
Poor study behaviors (e.g., wait till last minute, easily distracted, too much social time, too much web surfing)
All the time 205  (11.9%)
Frequently 394  (22.9%)
Occasionally 619  (35.9%)
Rarely 303  (17.6%)
Not at all 201  (11.7%)
Bad study environment (e.g., noisy roommate, poor Internet access, inadequate computer or software)
All the time 86  (5.0%)
Frequently 229  (13.3%)
Occasionally 651  (37.8%)
Rarely 478  (27.8%)
Not at all 276  (16.0%)
Feeling depressed, stressed, or upset
All the time 144  (8.3%)
Frequently 334  (19.3%)
Occasionally 621  (36.0%)
Rarely 425  (24.6%)
Not at all 203  (11.8%)
Physical illness or condition
All the time 22  (1.3%)
Frequently 99  (5.7%)
Occasionally 362  (21.0%)
Rarely 725  (42.1%)
Not at all 516  (29.9%)

5. How important is it to you to graduate in four years or, if you are a transfer student, in two years?

90  (5.2%)   Not important
141  (8.1%)   Not very important
275  (15.8%)   Somewhat important
338  (19.5%)   Important
418  (24.1%)   Very important
441  (25.4%)   Essential
34  (2.0%)   Not applicable

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Part 3: Civic Engagement

Activities

1. During this academic year, have you been involved in any of the following activities or organizations?

Campus-based activities and organizations
Participant or memberOfficer or leaderNeither
Academic (e.g., math club, philosophy club) 322  (18.3%) 109  (6.2%) 1329  (75.5%)
Advocacy (e.g., Amnesty International, Living Wage Advocacy, Sierra Club) 143  (8.2%) 40  (2.3%) 1570  (89.6%)
Campus sports club (e.g., rugby club, Kendo club) 206  (11.8%) 35  (2.0%) 1512  (86.3%)
Campus varsity team (e.g., basketball, softball, soccer) 42  (2.4%) 7  (0.4%) 1690  (97.2%)
Governing bodies (e.g., student government, IFC, panhellenic, residence hall association) 73  (4.2%) 58  (3.3%) 1611  (92.5%)
Greek fraternity or sorority 112  (6.4%) 91  (5.2%) 1546  (88.4%)
Honor society 226  (12.9%) 29  (1.7%) 1491  (85.4%)
Media (e.g., campus newspaper, radio station) 72  (4.1%) 23  (1.3%) 1656  (94.6%)
Performing group (e.g., school band, dance team) 151  (8.6%) 37  (2.1%) 1564  (89.3%)
Political (e.g., Young Republicans, College Democrats) 84  (4.8%) 9  (0.5%) 1657  (94.7%)
Project group (e.g., Solar Car, Steel Bridge) 72  (4.1%) 24  (1.4%) 1653  (94.5%)
Recreational (e.g., chess club, bike club, rock climbing club) 141  (8.1%) 23  (1.3%) 1587  (90.6%)
Religious (e.g., Korean Campus Ministry, World Peace Buddhist Club) 191  (10.9%) 25  (1.4%) 1531  (87.6%)
Service (e.g., Special Olympics volunteers Club, Jewish Social Action Committee) 213  (12.2%) 97  (5.6%) 1436  (82.2%)
Other campus-based club or organization 374  (21.7%) 144  (8.4%) 1205  (69.9%)
Off-campus club or organization
Participant or memberOfficer or leaderNeither
305  (17.7%) 114  (6.6%) 1300  (75.6%)

2. Which of these best describes your opinion on the following statements?

 Strongly disagreeDisagreeSomewhat disagreeSomewhat agreeAgreeStrongly agree
Opportunities for community service while here are important to me 73  (4.1%) 158  (9.0%) 185  (10.5%) 554  (31.5%) 500  (28.4%) 290  (16.5%)
Opportunities to develop my leadership skills while here are important to me 34  (1.9%) 69  (3.9%) 112  (6.4%) 484  (27.7%) 590  (33.7%) 461  (26.3%)
My experience here provides adequate opportunity to explore my cultural identity 57  (3.3%) 101  (5.8%) 214  (12.2%) 629  (36.0%) 521  (29.8%) 226  (12.9%)
I feel I can express my political opinions on campus 36  (2.1%) 63  (3.6%) 159  (9.1%) 487  (27.9%) 716  (41.0%) 287  (16.4%)

Community Service & Leadership

3. DURING THIS ACADEMIC YEAR, have you done community service work either on or off campus?

886  (50.1%)   No
882  (49.9%)   Yes

How did you get involved in this particular community service work? If you have been involved in more than one form of community service, please answer for the one that has been the largest time commitment.

60  (6.6%)   Through a related class
56  (6.1%)   Through a program where I receive course credit (e.g., field studies credit for tutoring)
17  (1.9%)   Through a formal service program (AmeriCorps, VISTA, etc.) where I receive pay or a stipend
103  (11.2%)   Through my fraternity or sorority
318  (34.7%)   Through another student organization on campus
32  (3.5%)   Through a university department or program
67  (7.3%)   Through my religious organization or church
23  (2.5%)   Through my internship
176  (19.2%)   I found the work on my own
64  (7.0%)    Other, please specify: [Open-ended text field]

What was the type of organization where you did this community service? If you have been involved in more than one form of community service, please answer for the one that has been the largest time commitment.

252  (29.8%)   K-12 school 23  (2.7%)   Housing organization
12  (1.4%)   Preschool 75  (8.9%)   Clinic or hospital
10  (1.2%)   Adult literacy or ESL program 7  (0.8%)   Animal shelter
44  (5.2%)   Youth services agency 2  (0.2%)   Help hotline
8  (0.9%)   Student government 46  (5.4%)   Religious organization
82  (9.7%)   Environmental group 9  (1.1%)   Political party
36  (4.3%)   Homeless shelter 36  (4.3%)   Political or advocacy organization
22  (2.6%)   Soup kitchen 166  (19.6%)    Other, please specify: [Open-ended text field]
17  (2.0%)   Food bank  

What community service activity did you do?

 DoingNot Applicable
Tutoring 289  (44.8%) 356  (55.2%)
Mentoring 297  (46.3%) 344  (53.7%)
Teaching or educating 291  (47.0%) 328  (53.0%)
Outreach 323  (51.4%) 306  (48.6%)
Counseling 105  (18.5%) 464  (81.5%)
Publicity 149  (26.1%) 421  (73.9%)
Fundraising 249  (41.0%) 359  (59.0%)
Computer or technical support 27  (4.9%) 519  (95.1%)
General support 245  (41.0%) 353  (59.0%)
Building or landscaping 148  (25.1%) 442  (74.9%)
Preparing or serving food 167  (28.9%) 411  (71.1%)
Collecting food 87  (15.6%) 472  (84.4%)
Health care 102  (18.0%) 464  (82.0%)
Environmental clean up 217  (35.3%) 397  (64.7%)
Other, please specify: [Open-ended text field] 45  (13.2%) 295  (86.8%)

Political Engagement

4. Do you consider yourself to be a

1045  (60.0%)   Democrat

Do you consider yourself to be a strong Democrat?

437  (41.5%)   Yes 616  (58.5%)   No

145  (8.3%)   Republican

Do you consider yourself to be a strong Republican?

41  (26.3%)   Yes 115  (73.7%)   No

553  (31.7%)   Independent

Do you lean more toward the Democratic Party or Republican Party?

425  (81.9%)   Democratic 94  (18.1%)   Republican

5. Are you registered to vote?

1414  (80.1%)   Yes

Are you registered to vote in the same city as your campus?

732  (52.2%)   Yes
669  (47.8%)   No

352  (19.9%)   No

What is the primary reason why you are not registered?

218  (62.3%)   Not a citizen
78  (22.3%)   Not interested
54  (15.4%)    Other, please specify: [Open-ended text field]

6. When you next have the opportunity to vote, will you?

1057  (60.0%)   Definitely will
477  (27.1%)   Probably will
149  (8.5%)   Maybe
50  (2.8%)   Probably not

Why won't you vote?

30  (37.0%)   Not a citizen
37  (45.7%)   Not interested
14  (17.3%)    Other, please specify: [Open-ended text field]

30  (1.7%)   Definitely not

7. In the most recent election season, to what extent did you do the following?

 A great dealA significant amountSomeNot muchNone
Worked for a campaign 25  (1.4%) 31  (1.8%) 104  (5.9%) 116  (6.6%) 1475  (84.2%)
Contributed money to a campaign 11  (0.6%) 16  (0.9%) 127  (7.3%) 126  (7.2%) 1466  (84.0%)
Privately urged others to vote a particular way 114  (6.6%) 161  (9.3%) 425  (24.4%) 236  (13.6%) 804  (46.2%)
Paid attention to candidates and issues 379  (21.6%) 518  (29.5%) 549  (31.3%) 127  (7.2%) 183  (10.4%)
Talked about the campaign with other students 326  (18.6%) 471  (26.9%) 554  (31.6%) 181  (10.3%) 219  (12.5%)

8. How important is voting to you personally?

212  (12.1%)   Not important
886  (50.4%)   Important
661  (37.6%)   Very important

9. Will you use the following information sources when deciding how to vote?

 YesNo
Internet searches 1547  (88.2%) 207  (11.8%)
Newspapers or magazines (hardcopy or Internet) 1550  (88.3%) 205  (11.7%)
Candidate debates 1512  (86.4%) 238  (13.6%)
Friends and family members 1332  (76.2%) 416  (23.8%)
TV news 1252  (71.5%) 499  (28.5%)
Paid advertising 334  (19.2%) 1407  (80.8%)
Postal mailings 313  (18.0%) 1430  (82.0%)
Electronic mailings 307  (17.6%) 1433  (82.4%)
Phone calls 159  (9.2%) 1574  (90.8%)
Rallies or other public events 612  (35.4%) 1119  (64.6%)

10. Please rate how important the following issues are in your decision about which candidate to support. Use a scale from 0 to 10 where zero means that a candidate disagreeing with you on this issue would have no effect on your support and a 10 means that you would definitely not support a candidate because of the candidate's position.

 012345678910
Safety from terrorism 138  (8.0%) 48  (2.8%) 91  (5.3%) 100  (5.8%) 80  (4.7%) 378  (22.0%) 163  (9.5%) 246  (14.3%) 192  (11.2%) 96  (5.6%) 184  (10.7%)
Sexual health issues like HIV and AIDS 87  (5.1%) 45  (2.6%) 58  (3.4%) 91  (5.3%) 97  (5.7%) 341  (19.9%) 178  (10.4%) 252  (14.7%) 210  (12.2%) 119  (6.9%) 237  (13.8%)
Teen pregnancy 116  (6.8%) 48  (2.8%) 65  (3.8%) 104  (6.1%) 94  (5.5%) 351  (20.5%) 182  (10.6%) 239  (13.9%) 215  (12.5%) 107  (6.2%) 193  (11.3%)
Gun violence 70  (4.1%) 33  (1.9%) 44  (2.6%) 79  (4.6%) 77  (4.5%) 307  (17.9%) 190  (11.1%) 267  (15.6%) 264  (15.4%) 148  (8.6%) 236  (13.8%)
Discrimination and prejudice 52  (3.0%) 28  (1.6%) 42  (2.5%) 34  (2.0%) 45  (2.6%) 204  (11.9%) 132  (7.7%) 218  (12.7%) 255  (14.9%) 211  (12.3%) 491  (28.7%)
Drug and alcohol use 102  (6.0%) 48  (2.8%) 91  (5.3%) 92  (5.4%) 112  (6.6%) 357  (20.9%) 183  (10.7%) 251  (14.7%) 222  (13.0%) 116  (6.8%) 134  (7.8%)
Job creation 46  (2.7%) 18  (1.1%) 25  (1.5%) 46  (2.7%) 35  (2.0%) 217  (12.7%) 138  (8.1%) 251  (14.7%) 324  (18.9%) 262  (15.3%) 349  (20.4%)
Access to affordable higher education 49  (2.9%) 16  (0.9%) 21  (1.2%) 25  (1.5%) 21  (1.2%) 152  (8.9%) 89  (5.2%) 173  (10.1%) 265  (15.5%) 286  (16.7%) 615  (35.9%)
The environment 57  (3.3%) 25  (1.5%) 39  (2.3%) 36  (2.1%) 47  (2.7%) 168  (9.8%) 104  (6.1%) 206  (12.0%) 301  (17.6%) 280  (16.3%) 450  (26.3%)
Access to affordable health care 52  (3.0%) 22  (1.3%) 24  (1.4%) 43  (2.5%) 33  (1.9%) 164  (9.6%) 100  (5.8%) 197  (11.5%) 290  (16.9%) 280  (16.4%) 507  (29.6%)
Privacy issues (e.g., Internet, junk mail) 102  (6.0%) 63  (3.7%) 90  (5.3%) 114  (6.7%) 100  (5.8%) 308  (18.0%) 209  (12.2%) 201  (11.8%) 203  (11.9%) 138  (8.1%) 182  (10.6%)
Issues of morality 112  (6.6%) 53  (3.1%) 57  (3.3%) 83  (4.9%) 80  (4.7%) 261  (15.3%) 165  (9.7%) 212  (12.4%) 241  (14.1%) 180  (10.5%) 263  (15.4%)
Tolerance for those who are different 59  (3.5%) 27  (1.6%) 23  (1.3%) 33  (1.9%) 44  (2.6%) 158  (9.2%) 98  (5.7%) 197  (11.5%) 264  (15.4%) 273  (16.0%) 533  (31.2%)
Retirement security 81  (4.7%) 37  (2.2%) 42  (2.5%) 83  (4.9%) 80  (4.7%) 264  (15.5%) 192  (11.2%) 273  (16.0%) 309  (18.1%) 167  (9.8%) 180  (10.5%)
Abortion 89  (5.2%) 40  (2.3%) 48  (2.8%) 56  (3.3%) 62  (3.6%) 226  (13.2%) 133  (7.8%) 210  (12.3%) 238  (13.9%) 224  (13.1%) 384  (22.5%)
The growing federal deficit 56  (3.3%) 16  (0.9%) 30  (1.8%) 26  (1.5%) 43  (2.5%) 191  (11.2%) 144  (8.4%) 225  (13.2%) 350  (20.5%) 260  (15.2%) 367  (21.5%)
The war in Iraq 60  (3.5%) 23  (1.3%) 33  (1.9%) 43  (2.5%) 58  (3.4%) 198  (11.6%) 132  (7.7%) 233  (13.6%) 311  (18.2%) 244  (14.3%) 374  (21.9%)
Taxes 53  (3.1%) 18  (1.1%) 36  (2.1%) 57  (3.3%) 71  (4.2%) 228  (13.4%) 164  (9.6%) 269  (15.8%) 351  (20.6%) 202  (11.8%) 256  (15.0%)
Gay and lesbian issues 133  (7.8%) 46  (2.7%) 60  (3.5%) 69  (4.0%) 58  (3.4%) 245  (14.3%) 129  (7.5%) 208  (12.2%) 263  (15.4%) 172  (10.1%) 327  (19.1%)
Transgender issues 187  (11.0%) 58  (3.4%) 66  (3.9%) 86  (5.0%) 78  (4.6%) 277  (16.2%) 146  (8.6%) 202  (11.8%) 208  (12.2%) 146  (8.6%) 251  (14.7%)

11. Do you think this country is moving in the right direction or wrong direction?

825  (46.6%)   Right direction
248  (14.0%)   Wrong direction
698  (39.4%)   Don't know

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Part 3: Student Life and Development

Goals & Aspirations

1. Indicate how important each of the following college goals is to you.

Very importantSomewhat importantNot important
Be in a position to give something back to my community after finishing my education 1094  (62.7%) 559  (32.1%) 91  (5.2%)
Acquire a well-rounded general education 1335  (76.6%) 362  (20.8%) 45  (2.6%)
Discover what kind of person I really want to be 1405  (80.7%) 269  (15.4%) 68  (3.9%)
Achieve a high GPA 897  (51.4%) 704  (40.4%) 143  (8.2%)
Form romantic relationships 500  (28.7%) 751  (43.1%) 491  (28.2%)
Establish meaningful friendships 1359  (77.9%) 334  (19.2%) 51  (2.9%)
Prepare for graduate or professional school 1181  (67.7%) 454  (26.0%) 110  (6.3%)
Obtain the skills I need to pursue my chosen career 1455  (83.4%) 259  (14.9%) 30  (1.7%)
Be in a position to make a lot of money after finishing my education 737  (42.3%) 717  (41.1%) 289  (16.6%)
Explore new ideas 1257  (72.2%) 441  (25.3%) 44  (2.5%)
Enjoy my college years before assuming adult responsibilities 1050  (60.2%) 514  (29.5%) 181  (10.4%)
Develop a personal code of values and ethics 1090  (62.4%) 508  (29.1%) 148  (8.5%)
Develop an in-depth understanding of a specific field of study 1251  (71.7%) 445  (25.5%) 48  (2.8%)
Integrate spirituality into my life 452  (26.0%) 482  (27.7%) 805  (46.3%)
Establish social networks that will help further my career 930  (53.3%) 670  (38.4%) 144  (8.3%)
Obtain the skills I need to function in the international arena 792  (45.6%) 678  (39.0%) 268  (15.4%)

Perceptions and Campus Climate

2. Based on your experience and observation, rate the general climate for students of your UC campus along the following dimensions:

Campus climate is

Friendly     Hostile
355  (20.3%) 772  (44.1%) 436  (24.9%) 124  (7.1%) 45  (2.6%) 18  (1.0%)
Caring         Impersonal
163  (9.3%) 452  (25.9%) 532  (30.4%) 307  (17.6%) 179  (10.2%) 115  (6.6%)
Intellectual         Not intellectual
823  (47.1%) 648  (37.1%) 191  (10.9%) 50  (2.9%) 24  (1.4%) 12  (0.7%)
Tolerant of diversity         Intolerant of diversity
590  (33.7%) 735  (42.0%) 280  (16.0%) 95  (5.4%) 37  (2.1%) 12  (0.7%)
Safe         Dangerous
137  (7.9%) 429  (24.6%) 584  (33.5%) 346  (19.9%) 182  (10.4%) 64  (3.7%)
Too easy academically         Too hard academically
13  (0.7%) 35  (2.0%) 259  (14.8%) 719  (41.0%) 575  (32.8%) 151  (8.6%)
Not affordable         Affordable
120  (6.9%) 301  (17.2%) 421  (24.0%) 455  (26.0%) 327  (18.7%) 127  (7.3%)

3. How often have you gained a deeper understanding of other perspectives through conversations with fellow students because they differed from you in the following ways?

 NeverRarelyOccasionallySomewhat oftenOftenVery often
Their religious beliefs were very different than yours 164  (9.4%) 312  (18.0%) 585  (33.7%) 354  (20.4%) 220  (12.7%) 103  (5.9%)
Their political opinions were very different from yours 112  (6.4%) 344  (19.8%) 592  (34.1%) 365  (21.0%) 221  (12.7%) 103  (5.9%)
They were of a different nationality than your own 79  (4.6%) 155  (8.9%) 466  (26.9%) 426  (24.6%) 365  (21.0%) 243  (14.0%)
They were of a different race or ethnicity than your own 82  (4.7%) 171  (9.8%) 426  (24.5%) 415  (23.9%) 395  (22.7%) 248  (14.3%)
Their sexual orientation was different 197  (11.3%) 416  (23.9%) 487  (28.0%) 322  (18.5%) 210  (12.1%) 105  (6.0%)
They were from a different social class 124  (7.1%) 275  (15.9%) 515  (29.7%) 377  (21.7%) 290  (16.7%) 154  (8.9%)

4. Please indicate the extent to which you agree with the following statements.

 Not applicableStrongly disagreeDisagreeSomewhat disagreeSomewhat agreeAgreeStrongly agree
Students of my race/ethnicity are respected on this campus 32  (1.8%) 39  (2.2%) 50  (2.9%) 128  (7.3%) 396  (22.7%) 793  (45.4%) 310  (17.7%)
Students of my socio-economic status are respected on this campus 33  (1.9%) 32  (1.8%) 51  (2.9%) 118  (6.8%) 373  (21.4%) 828  (47.5%) 308  (17.7%)
Students of my gender/sexual identity are respected on this campus 56  (3.2%) 16  (0.9%) 24  (1.4%) 47  (2.7%) 258  (14.8%) 862  (49.3%) 485  (27.7%)
Students of my religious beliefs are respected on this campus 147  (8.4%) 31  (1.8%) 64  (3.7%) 133  (7.6%) 384  (22.0%) 703  (40.4%) 280  (16.1%)
Students of my political beliefs are respected on this campus 62  (3.6%) 39  (2.2%) 59  (3.4%) 111  (6.4%) 312  (17.9%) 761  (43.7%) 398  (22.8%)
Students of my sexual orientation are respected on this campus 97  (5.6%) 12  (0.7%) 19  (1.1%) 41  (2.4%) 196  (11.3%) 807  (46.4%) 567  (32.6%)
Students of my immigration background are respected on this campus 362  (20.9%) 27  (1.6%) 41  (2.4%) 83  (4.8%) 274  (15.8%) 636  (36.7%) 309  (17.8%)
Students with a physical, psychological, or learning disability like mine are respected on this campus 713  (41.9%) 23  (1.4%) 30  (1.8%) 79  (4.6%) 217  (12.7%) 440  (25.8%) 201  (11.8%)

5. In this academic year, I have heard teaching faculty or instructors express negative or stereotypical views about:

 NeverRarelyOccasionallySomewhat oftenOftenVery often
Race or ethnicity 1223  (70.1%) 345  (19.8%) 131  (7.5%) 33  (1.9%) 6  (0.3%) 7  (0.4%)
Gender or sexual identity 1302  (74.7%) 310  (17.8%) 89  (5.1%) 27  (1.5%) 6  (0.3%) 9  (0.5%)
Political beliefs or affiliations 747  (42.9%) 418  (24.0%) 323  (18.6%) 142  (8.2%) 72  (4.1%) 39  (2.2%)
Religion 1112  (63.9%) 360  (20.7%) 166  (9.5%) 59  (3.4%) 30  (1.7%) 13  (0.7%)
Sexual orientation 1398  (80.3%) 258  (14.8%) 51  (2.9%) 20  (1.1%) 7  (0.4%) 6  (0.3%)
Socio-economic status 1295  (74.4%) 280  (16.1%) 113  (6.5%) 29  (1.7%) 14  (0.8%) 9  (0.5%)
Immigrant background 1342  (77.0%) 273  (15.7%) 83  (4.8%) 25  (1.4%) 11  (0.6%) 9  (0.5%)
Physical, psychological, or learning disabilities 1447  (83.4%) 206  (11.9%) 55  (3.2%) 16  (0.9%) 5  (0.3%) 6  (0.3%)

6. In this academic year, I have heard nonteaching staff or administrators express negative or stereotypical views about:

 NeverRarelyOccasionallySomewhat oftenOftenVery often
Race or ethnicity 1284  (74.1%) 275  (15.9%) 117  (6.8%) 38  (2.2%) 13  (0.8%) 6  (0.3%)
Gender or sexual identity 1346  (77.7%) 259  (14.9%) 84  (4.8%) 30  (1.7%) 10  (0.6%) 4  (0.2%)
Political beliefs or affiliations 1195  (68.9%) 272  (15.7%) 151  (8.7%) 62  (3.6%) 32  (1.8%) 22  (1.3%)
Religion 1312  (75.8%) 249  (14.4%) 105  (6.1%) 41  (2.4%) 15  (0.9%) 9  (0.5%)
Sexual orientation 1361  (78.6%) 242  (14.0%) 84  (4.8%) 27  (1.6%) 12  (0.7%) 6  (0.3%)
Socio-economic status 1338  (77.1%) 248  (14.3%) 93  (5.4%) 35  (2.0%) 13  (0.7%) 8  (0.5%)
Immigrant background 1358  (78.4%) 235  (13.6%) 83  (4.8%) 40  (2.3%) 10  (0.6%) 6  (0.3%)
Physical, psychological, or learning disabilities 1415  (81.8%) 212  (12.3%) 67  (3.9%) 20  (1.2%) 11  (0.6%) 4  (0.2%)

7. In this academic year, I have heard students express negative or stereotypical views about:

 NeverRarelyOccasionallySomewhat oftenOftenVery often
Race or ethnicity 216  (12.4%) 417  (23.9%) 636  (36.5%) 248  (14.2%) 149  (8.6%) 76  (4.4%)
Gender or sexual identity 363  (20.9%) 474  (27.3%) 529  (30.4%) 199  (11.4%) 111  (6.4%) 63  (3.6%)
Political beliefs or affiliations 197  (11.3%) 346  (19.9%) 530  (30.5%) 311  (17.9%) 217  (12.5%) 139  (8.0%)
Religion 325  (18.7%) 441  (25.3%) 515  (29.6%) 231  (13.3%) 140  (8.0%) 88  (5.1%)
Sexual orientation 374  (21.5%) 471  (27.1%) 504  (29.0%) 209  (12.0%) 100  (5.8%) 79  (4.5%)
Socio-economic status 555  (31.9%) 502  (28.9%) 412  (23.7%) 137  (7.9%) 72  (4.1%) 60  (3.5%)
Immigrant background 543  (31.3%) 491  (28.3%) 411  (23.7%) 153  (8.8%) 79  (4.6%) 59  (3.4%)
Physical, psychological, or learning disabilities 778  (44.9%) 459  (26.5%) 303  (17.5%) 99  (5.7%) 57  (3.3%) 38  (2.2%)

8. Please rate your awareness and understanding of the following issues when you started at this campus and now.

 When you started at this campusAs you are now
My own racial and ethnic identity   48  (2.8%)   Very poor 
  102  (5.9%)   Poor 
  389  (22.6%)   Fair 
  514  (29.9%)   Good 
  352  (20.5%)   Very good 
  315  (18.3%)   Excellent 
  [7296 missing]     (Select one) 
  
  21  (1.2%)   Very poor 
  33  (1.9%)   Poor 
  209  (12.2%)   Fair 
  507  (29.5%)   Good 
  521  (30.3%)   Very good 
  428  (24.9%)   Excellent 
  [7297 missing]     (Select one) 
  
Social class and economic differences/issues   39  (2.3%)   Very poor 
  141  (8.2%)   Poor 
  574  (33.4%)   Fair 
  580  (33.8%)   Good 
  234  (13.6%)   Very good 
  149  (8.7%)   Excellent 
  [7299 missing]     (Select one) 
  
  12  (0.7%)   Very poor 
  32  (1.9%)   Poor 
  228  (13.3%)   Fair 
  594  (34.7%)   Good 
  543  (31.7%)   Very good 
  303  (17.7%)   Excellent 
  [7304 missing]     (Select one) 
  
Racial and ethnic differences/issues   35  (2.0%)   Very poor 
  151  (8.8%)   Poor 
  541  (31.5%)   Fair 
  607  (35.4%)   Good 
  227  (13.2%)   Very good 
  154  (9.0%)   Excellent 
  [7301 missing]     (Select one) 
  
  13  (0.8%)   Very poor 
  20  (1.2%)   Poor 
  211  (12.3%)   Fair 
  632  (36.9%)   Good 
  551  (32.1%)   Very good 
  287  (16.7%)   Excellent 
  [7302 missing]     (Select one) 
  
Gender and sexual orientation differences/issues   74  (4.3%)   Very poor 
  207  (12.1%)   Poor 
  584  (34.2%)   Fair 
  522  (30.5%)   Good 
  180  (10.5%)   Very good 
  143  (8.4%)   Excellent 
  [7306 missing]     (Select one) 
  
  21  (1.2%)   Very poor 
  41  (2.4%)   Poor 
  260  (15.2%)   Fair 
  604  (35.4%)   Good 
  512  (30.0%)   Very good 
  270  (15.8%)   Excellent 
  [7308 missing]     (Select one) 
  
Physical disabilities issues   116  (6.8%)   Very poor 
  317  (18.5%)   Poor 
  627  (36.6%)   Fair 
  422  (24.6%)   Good 
  119  (7.0%)   Very good 
  111  (6.5%)   Excellent 
  [7304 missing]     (Select one) 
  
  43  (2.5%)   Very poor 
  162  (9.5%)   Poor 
  473  (27.7%)   Fair 
  590  (34.5%)   Good 
  278  (16.3%)   Very good 
  162  (9.5%)   Excellent 
  [7308 missing]     (Select one) 
  
Emotional disabilities issues   154  (9.0%)   Very poor 
  312  (18.3%)   Poor 
  596  (34.9%)   Fair 
  404  (23.7%)   Good 
  139  (8.1%)   Very good 
  101  (5.9%)   Excellent 
  [7310 missing]     (Select one) 
  
  81  (4.8%)   Very poor 
  169  (9.9%)   Poor 
  438  (25.7%)   Fair 
  516  (30.3%)   Good 
  306  (18.0%)   Very good 
  194  (11.4%)   Excellent 
  [7312 missing]     (Select one) 
  

9. What is your level of agreement or disagreement with the following:

 Strongly disagreeDisagreeDisagree somewhatAgree somewhatAgreeStrongly agree
I feel valued as an individual on this campus 87  (5.0%) 189  (10.9%) 304  (17.6%) 601  (34.7%) 448  (25.9%) 103  (5.9%)
There is a clear sense of appropriate and inappropriate behavior on this campus 45  (2.6%) 144  (8.3%) 338  (19.5%) 623  (35.9%) 500  (28.8%) 84  (4.8%)
I am proud to be a student at this campus 22  (1.3%) 26  (1.5%) 67  (3.9%) 289  (16.7%) 667  (38.4%) 664  (38.3%)
Most students are proud to attend this school 9  (0.5%) 12  (0.7%) 39  (2.3%) 317  (18.3%) 810  (46.7%) 546  (31.5%)
This institution values students' opinions 76  (4.4%) 86  (5.0%) 208  (12.0%) 556  (32.1%) 601  (34.7%) 203  (11.7%)
Academic cheating is a problem on this campus 127  (7.3%) 551  (31.9%) 503  (29.1%) 329  (19.0%) 145  (8.4%) 74  (4.3%)
Alcohol use is a problem on this campus 98  (5.7%) 376  (21.8%) 476  (27.6%) 447  (25.9%) 215  (12.5%) 113  (6.6%)
Drug use is a problem on this campus 93  (5.4%) 365  (21.2%) 461  (26.8%) 461  (26.8%) 231  (13.4%) 112  (6.5%)
Diversity is important on this campus 29  (1.7%) 63  (3.6%) 107  (6.2%) 375  (21.6%) 719  (41.5%) 440  (25.4%)
Diversity is important to me 33  (1.9%) 52  (3.0%) 94  (5.4%) 336  (19.4%) 632  (36.4%) 587  (33.9%)

Mental Health and Wellness

10. During this academic year, how often has feeling depressed, stressed, or upset been an obstacle to your school work or academic success?

95  (5.5%)   Never
369  (21.3%)   Rarely
533  (30.8%)   Occasionally
301  (17.4%)   Somewhat often
247  (14.3%)   Often
188  (10.8%)   Very often

11. In this academic year, what was your experience with University Health Services (Tang Center) counseling and psychological services?

1117  (64.3%)   Didn't need
233  (13.4%)   Needed but didn't use

If you might have needed this service but didn't use this service, why not?

 True for meNot true for me
I had never heard of it 19  (8.2%) 214  (91.8%)
I didn't know what it offered 87  (37.2%) 147  (62.8%)
I didn't know if I was eligible 78  (33.5%) 155  (66.5%)
I didn't know how to access it 94  (40.5%) 138  (59.5%)
I didn't think it would help 141  (60.3%) 93  (39.7%)
I had concerns about possible costs 126  (54.3%) 106  (45.7%)
I had concerns about possible lack of confidentiality 67  (28.8%) 166  (71.2%)
I was embarrassed to use it 98  (42.1%) 135  (57.9%)
I didn't have enough time 162  (69.8%) 70  (30.2%)
It has a poor reputation 35  (15.2%) 195  (84.8%)
The hours are inconvenient 62  (26.7%) 170  (73.3%)
The location is inconvenient 55  (23.9%) 175  (76.1%)
The wait for an appointment was too long 65  (28.5%) 163  (71.5%)
I got help from another university service or staff person instead 14  (6.1%) 215  (93.9%)
I got help off campus 50  (21.8%) 179  (78.2%)

387  (22.3%)   Used the service at least once

Was the treatment that you received effective?

92  (20.4%)   Very effective 242  (53.5%)   Effective 102  (22.6%)   Not effective 16  (3.5%)   Not applicable

Please rate the quality of service that you received.

132  (29.7%)   Excellent 181  (40.8%)   Good 97  (21.8%)   Fair 34  (7.7%)   Poor

How could the Tang Center's counseling service better serve your needs? Please be specific.

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Summary Observations

12. Please describe for us the most important way that you have changed or developed as a person since you became a student at the University of California.

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13. Please describe for us the most important way in which your awareness, understanding, or relationship to the world we live in has changed since you became a student at the University of California.

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Group Identification

14. Think about the type of person you are. With which, if any, of the following types of students at this campus do you personally identify? That is, which of these "college identities" best describes who you are?

323  (3.6%)   Artsy students
174  (1.9%)   Athletes/jocks
162  (1.8%)   Conservative students
166  (1.8%)   Feminist students
197  (2.2%)   Fraternity/sorority members
234  (2.6%)   Immigrant students
81  (0.9%)   Lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender students
496  (5.5%)   Liberal students
213  (2.4%)   Partiers
255  (2.8%)   Religious or spiritual students
215  (2.4%)   Slackers
249  (2.8%)   Students from very poor backgrounds
64  (0.7%)   Students from very rich backgrounds
1031  (11.4%)   Students in my major or field of interest
617  (6.8%)   Students involved in my campus organization
605  (6.7%)   Students of my racial or ethnic background
807  (9.0%)   Students who are serious about getting good grades
342  (3.8%)   Transfer students

14a.  With which ONE of these groups do you MOST strongly identify?

  66  (3.8%)   Artsy students 
  43  (2.5%)   Athletes/jocks 
  13  (0.8%)   Conservative students 
  13  (0.8%)   Feminist students 
  80  (4.6%)   Fraternity/sorority members 
  30  (1.7%)   Immigrant students 
  16  (0.9%)   Lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender students 
  67  (3.9%)   Liberal students 
  12  (0.7%)   Partiers 
  86  (5.0%)   Religious or spiritual students 
  46  (2.7%)   Slackers 
  39  (2.3%)   Students from very poor backgrounds 
  5  (0.3%)   Students from very rich backgrounds 
  356  (20.6%)   Students in my major or field of interest 
  167  (9.7%)   Students involved in my campus organization 
  160  (9.2%)   Students of my racial or ethnic background 
  216  (12.5%)   Students who are serious about getting good grades 
  137  (7.9%)   Transfer students 
  178  (10.3%)   None of the above 
  [7286 missing]     (Select one)

14b.  With which ONE of these groups do you LEAST identify?

  42  (2.4%)   Artsy students 
  198  (11.5%)   Athletes/jocks 
  111  (6.4%)   Conservative students 
  61  (3.5%)   Feminist students 
  223  (12.9%)   Fraternity/sorority members 
  39  (2.3%)   Immigrant students 
  205  (11.9%)   Lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender students 
  25  (1.4%)   Liberal students 
  204  (11.8%)   Partiers 
  138  (8.0%)   Religious or spiritual students 
  124  (7.2%)   Slackers 
  21  (1.2%)   Students from very poor backgrounds 
  90  (5.2%)   Students from very rich backgrounds 
  21  (1.2%)   Students in my major or field of interest 
  12  (0.7%)   Students involved in my campus organization 
  18  (1.0%)   Students of my racial or ethnic background 
  23  (1.3%)   Students who are serious about getting good grades 
  50  (2.9%)   Transfer students 
  120  (7.0%)   None of the above 
  [7291 missing]     (Select one)

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Part 3: Global Knowledge, Skills & Awareness

Since enrolling at Berkeley, have you done the following? If you had more than one reason for traveling to a location, please record the primary purpose. If your experience abroad consisted of parts with different purposes, for example study abroad followed by two week recreational travel, please report each part separately.

1. Have you participated in a formal study abroad program while attending here?

151  (8.6%)   Yes
1599  (91.4%)   No

Did this experience require you to use a language other than English?

115  (73.7%)   Yes
41  (26.3%)   No

What was the duration of this experience?

20  (13.1%)   Long-term: An academic or calendar year
87  (56.9%)   Mid-length: A regular term (semester, quarter or full summer term)
46  (30.1%)   Short-term: A semester break, spring beak, or intersession / summer term of 8 weeks or less (e.g., "Maymester", "January Term") (tailor)

What country or countries did you visit? (Countries are organized by continent / region.)

Antarctica (Please check all that apply)

Antarctica (the territory South of 60 deg S) Heard Island and McDonald Islands
Bouvet Island (Bouvetoya) South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
French Southern Territories

10  (0.1%)  Africa (Please check all that apply)

Algeria Malawi
Angola Mali
Benin Mauritania
1  (0.0%)   Botswana 2  (0.0%)   Mauritius
Burkina Faso Mayotte
Burundi 5  (0.1%)   Morocco
Cameroon 2  (0.0%)   Mozambique
Cape Verde Namibia
Central African Republic Niger
Chad Nigeria
Comoros Reunion
Congo-Kinshasa Rwanda
Congo-Brazzaville Saint Helena
Cote d'Ivoire Sao Tome and Principe
Djibouti Senegal
1  (0.0%)   Egypt Seychelles
Equatorial Guinea Sierra Leone
Eritrea Somalia
Ethiopia 4  (0.0%)   South Africa
Gabon Sudan
Gambia 1  (0.0%)   Swaziland
Ghana Tanzania
Guinea Togo
Guinea-Bissau Tunisia
Kenya 1  (0.0%)   Uganda
Lesotho Western Sahara
Liberia 1  (0.0%)   Zambia
Libya 1  (0.0%)   Zimbabwe
Madagascar

36  (0.4%)   Asia & Middle East (Please check all that apply)

Afghanistan 1  (0.0%)   Lebanon
Armenia Macao
Azerbaijan 3  (0.0%)   Malaysia
Bahrain Maldives
1  (0.0%)   Bangladesh Mongolia
Bhutan Myanmar
British Indian Ocean Territory (Chagos Archipelago) Nepal
Brunei Darussalam Oman
Cambodia Pakistan
9  (0.1%)   China Palestinian Territory
Christmas Island Philippines
Cocos (Keeling) Islands Qatar
Cyprus Saudi Arabia
Georgia 1  (0.0%)   Singapore
7  (0.1%)   Hong Kong Sri Lanka
5  (0.1%)   India 1  (0.0%)   Syrian Arab Republic
1  (0.0%)   Indonesia 4  (0.0%)   Taiwan
Iran Tajikistan
Iraq 3  (0.0%)   Thailand
4  (0.0%)   Israel Timor-Leste
9  (0.1%)   Japan Turkey
1  (0.0%)   Jordan Turkmenistan
Kazakhstan United Arab Emirates
5  (0.1%)   Korea Uzbekistan
Kuwait 3  (0.0%)   Vietnam
Kyrgyz Republic Yemen
1  (0.0%)   Lao People's Democratic Republic

91  (1.0%)   Europe (Please check all that apply)

Albania Lithuania
Andorra 1  (0.0%)   Luxembourg
4  (0.0%)   Austria Macedonia
Belarus Malta
8  (0.1%)   Belgium Moldova
Bosnia and Herzegovina 5  (0.1%)   Monaco
Bulgaria 1  (0.0%)   Montenegro
4  (0.0%)   Croatia 13  (0.1%)   Netherlands
9  (0.1%)   Czech Republic 2  (0.0%)   Norway
2  (0.0%)   Denmark 3  (0.0%)   Poland
1  (0.0%)   Estonia 11  (0.1%)   Portugal
1  (0.0%)   Finland 1  (0.0%)   Romania
41  (0.5%)   France 1  (0.0%)   Russian Federation
20  (0.2%)   Germany San Marino
8  (0.1%)   Greece 1  (0.0%)   Serbia
5  (0.1%)   Holy See (Vatican City State) 2  (0.0%)   Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
3  (0.0%)   Hungary 1  (0.0%)   Slovenia
1  (0.0%)   Iceland 34  (0.4%)   Spain
14  (0.2%)   Ireland 3  (0.0%)   Sweden
29  (0.3%)   Italy 9  (0.1%)   Switzerland
Latvia Ukraine
Liechtenstein 28  (0.3%)   United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland

14  (0.2%)   North America, Central American & Caribbean (Please check all that apply)

Anguilla Haiti
Antigua and Barbuda Honduras
Aruba Jamaica
Bahamas Martinique
Barbados 6  (0.1%)   Mexico
Belize Montserrat
Bermuda Netherlands Antilles
British Virgin Islands Nicaragua
1  (0.0%)   Canada Panama
Cayman Islands 2  (0.0%)   Puerto Rico
5  (0.1%)   Costa Rica Saint Barthelemy
Cuba Saint Kitts and Nevis
Dominica Saint Lucia
Dominican Republic Saint Martin
El Salvador Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Greenland Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Grenada Trinidad and Tobago
Guadeloupe Turks and Caicos Islands
Guatemala U. S. Virgin Islands

13  (0.1%)   South America (Please check all that apply)

5  (0.1%)   Argentina French Guiana
2  (0.0%)   Bolivia Guyana
5  (0.1%)   Brazil Paraguay
6  (0.1%)   Chile 4  (0.0%)   Peru
Colombia Suriname
1  (0.0%)   Ecuador Uruguay
Falkland Islands (Malvinas) Venezuela

5  (0.1%)   Oceania & Australia (Please check all that apply)

American Samoa Norfolk Island
3  (0.0%)   Australia Northern Mariana Islands
Cook Islands Palau
Fiji Papua New Guinea
1  (0.0%)   French Polynesia Pitcairn Islands
Guam Samoa
Kiribati Solomon Islands
Marshall Islands Tokelau
Micronesia Tonga
Nauru Tuvalu
New Caledonia United States Minor Outlying Islands
4  (0.0%)   New Zealand Vanuatu
Niue Wallis and Futuna

1  (0.0%)   Other

2. While attending here, have you gone abroad for a service learning, volunteer, or work experience?

106  (6.1%)   Yes
1645  (93.9%)   No

Did this experience require you to use a language other than English?

73  (52.1%)   Yes
67  (47.9%)   No

What was the duration of this experience?

14  (10.4%)   Long-term: An academic or calendar year
29  (21.5%)   Mid-length: A regular term (semester, quarter or full summer term)
92  (68.1%)   Short-term: A semester break, spring beak, or intersession / summer term of 8 weeks or less (e.g., "Maymester", "January Term") (tailor)

What country or countries did you visit? (Countries are organized by continent / region.)

Antarctica (Please check all that apply)

Antarctica (the territory South of 60 deg S) Heard Island and McDonald Islands
Bouvet Island (Bouvetoya) South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
French Southern Territories

13  (0.1%)   Africa (Please check all that apply)

Algeria Malawi
Angola Mali
Benin Mauritania
Botswana Mauritius
Burkina Faso Mayotte
Burundi 1  (0.0%)   Morocco
Cameroon Mozambique
Cape Verde Namibia
Central African Republic Niger
Chad Nigeria
Comoros Reunion
Congo-Kinshasa Rwanda
Congo-Brazzaville Saint Helena
Cote d'Ivoire Sao Tome and Principe
Djibouti 1  (0.0%)   Senegal
3  (0.0%)   Egypt Seychelles
Equatorial Guinea Sierra Leone
Eritrea Somalia
Ethiopia 3  (0.0%)   South Africa
Gabon 1  (0.0%)   Sudan
Gambia Swaziland
1  (0.0%)   Ghana 1  (0.0%)   Tanzania
Guinea Togo
Guinea-Bissau Tunisia
1  (0.0%)   Kenya 3  (0.0%)   Uganda
Lesotho Western Sahara
Liberia Zambia
Libya Zimbabwe
Madagascar

41  (0.5%)   Asia & Middle East (Please check all that apply)

1  (0.0%)   Afghanistan 1  (0.0%)   Lebanon
Armenia Macao
Azerbaijan 1  (0.0%)   Malaysia
1  (0.0%)   Bahrain Maldives
Bangladesh Mongolia
Bhutan Myanmar
British Indian Ocean Territory (Chagos Archipelago) 1  (0.0%)   Nepal
Brunei Darussalam Oman
1  (0.0%)   Cambodia 2  (0.0%)   Pakistan
9  (0.1%)   China Palestinian Territory
Christmas Island 2  (0.0%)   Philippines
Cocos (Keeling) Islands Qatar
Cyprus 1  (0.0%)   Saudi Arabia
Georgia 2  (0.0%)   Singapore
2  (0.0%)   Hong Kong Sri Lanka
5  (0.1%)   India Syrian Arab Republic
Indonesia 7  (0.1%)   Taiwan
Iran Tajikistan
Iraq Thailand
1  (0.0%)   Israel Timor-Leste
2  (0.0%)   Japan Turkey
1  (0.0%)   Jordan Turkmenistan
Kazakhstan 1  (0.0%)   United Arab Emirates
5  (0.1%)   Korea Uzbekistan
1  (0.0%)   Kuwait 2  (0.0%)   Vietnam
Kyrgyz Republic Yemen
Lao People's Democratic Republic

17  (0.2%)   Europe (Please check all that apply)

Albania Lithuania
Andorra Luxembourg
2  (0.0%)   Austria Macedonia
Belarus Malta
1  (0.0%)   Belgium Moldova
Bosnia and Herzegovina 1  (0.0%)   Monaco
Bulgaria Montenegro
Croatia 2  (0.0%)   Netherlands
3  (0.0%)   Czech Republic Norway
2  (0.0%)   Denmark Poland
Estonia 1  (0.0%)   Portugal
1  (0.0%)   Finland Romania
6  (0.1%)   France Russian Federation
2  (0.0%)   Germany San Marino
2  (0.0%)   Greece Serbia
Holy See (Vatican City State) 1  (0.0%)   Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
4  (0.0%)   Hungary 1  (0.0%)   Slovenia
Iceland 5  (0.1%)   Spain
Ireland 2  (0.0%)   Sweden
6  (0.1%)   Italy 1  (0.0%)   Switzerland
Latvia Ukraine
Liechtenstein 6  (0.1%)   United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland

33  (0.4%)   North America, Central American & Caribbean (Please check all that apply)

Anguilla Haiti
Antigua and Barbuda 10  (0.1%)   Honduras
Aruba Jamaica
Bahamas Martinique
Barbados 6  (0.1%)   Mexico
1  (0.0%)   Belize Montserrat
Bermuda Netherlands Antilles
2  (0.0%)   British Virgin Islands 4  (0.0%)   Nicaragua
2  (0.0%)   Canada 2  (0.0%)   Panama
Cayman Islands Puerto Rico
2  (0.0%)   Costa Rica Saint Barthelemy
Cuba Saint Kitts and Nevis
Dominica Saint Lucia
2  (0.0%)   Dominican Republic Saint Martin
El Salvador Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Greenland Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Grenada Trinidad and Tobago
Guadeloupe Turks and Caicos Islands
1  (0.0%)   Guatemala 1  (0.0%)   U. S. Virgin Islands

12  (0.1%)   South America (Please check all that apply)

1  (0.0%)   Argentina French Guiana
1  (0.0%)   Bolivia Guyana
2  (0.0%)   Brazil Paraguay
1  (0.0%)   Chile 3  (0.0%)   Peru
Colombia Suriname
5  (0.1%)   Ecuador Uruguay
Falkland Islands (Malvinas) Venezuela

2  (0.0%)   Oceania & Australia (Please check all that apply)

American Samoa Norfolk Island
2  (0.0%)   Australia Northern Mariana Islands
Cook Islands Palau
Fiji Papua New Guinea
French Polynesia Pitcairn Islands
Guam Samoa
Kiribati Solomon Islands
Marshall Islands Tokelau
Micronesia Tonga
Nauru Tuvalu
New Caledonia United States Minor Outlying Islands
2  (0.0%)   New Zealand 1  (0.0%)   Vanuatu
Niue Wallis and Futuna

2  (0.0%)   Other

3. While attending here, have you traveled abroad for cross-cultural experience or informal education?

97  (5.5%)   Yes
1658  (94.5%)   No

Did this experience require you to use a language other than English?

106  (72.1%)   Yes
41  (27.9%)   No

What was the duration of this experience?

2  (1.5%)   Long-term: An academic or calendar year
11  (8.1%)   Mid-length: A regular term (semester, quarter or full summer term)
122  (90.4%)   Short-term: A semester break, spring beak, or intersession / summer term of 8 weeks or less (e.g., "Maymester", "January Term") (tailor)

What country or countries did you visit? (Countries are organized by continent / region.)

Antarctica (Please check all that apply)

Antarctica (the territory South of 60 deg S) Heard Island and McDonald Islands
Bouvet Island (Bouvetoya) South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
French Southern Territories

6  (0.1%)   Africa (Please check all that apply)

Algeria Malawi
Angola Mali
Benin Mauritania
Botswana Mauritius
Burkina Faso Mayotte
Burundi 2  (0.0%)   Morocco
Cameroon Mozambique
Cape Verde Namibia
Central African Republic Niger
Chad Nigeria
Comoros Reunion
Congo-Kinshasa Rwanda
Congo-Brazzaville Saint Helena
Cote d'Ivoire Sao Tome and Principe
Djibouti Senegal
3  (0.0%)   Egypt Seychelles
Equatorial Guinea Sierra Leone
Eritrea Somalia
Ethiopia 2  (0.0%)   South Africa
Gabon Sudan
Gambia Swaziland
Ghana Tanzania
Guinea Togo
Guinea-Bissau Tunisia
Kenya Uganda
Lesotho Western Sahara
Liberia Zambia
Libya Zimbabwe
Madagascar

43  (0.5%)   Asia & Middle East (Please check all that apply)

Afghanistan Lebanon
Armenia Macao
Azerbaijan 1  (0.0%)   Malaysia
Bahrain Maldives
Bangladesh Mongolia
Bhutan Myanmar
British Indian Ocean Territory (Chagos Archipelago) Nepal
Brunei Darussalam Oman
5  (0.1%)   Cambodia 1  (0.0%)   Pakistan
8  (0.1%)   China Palestinian Territory
Christmas Island 2  (0.0%)   Philippines
Cocos (Keeling) Islands Qatar
Cyprus Saudi Arabia
Georgia 2  (0.0%)   Singapore
4  (0.0%)   Hong Kong Sri Lanka
4  (0.0%)   India Syrian Arab Republic
Indonesia 5  (0.1%)   Taiwan
1  (0.0%)   Iran Tajikistan
Iraq 3  (0.0%)   Thailand
7  (0.1%)   Israel 1  (0.0%)   Timor-Leste
6  (0.1%)   Japan 2  (0.0%)   Turkey
1  (0.0%)   Jordan Turkmenistan
Kazakhstan 1  (0.0%)   United Arab Emirates
3  (0.0%)   Korea Uzbekistan
Kuwait 1  (0.0%)   Vietnam
Kyrgyz Republic Yemen
3  (0.0%)   Lao People's Democratic Republic

50  (0.6%)   Europe (Please check all that apply)

Albania Lithuania
Andorra Luxembourg
6  (0.1%)   Austria Macedonia
Belarus Malta
2  (0.0%)   Belgium Moldova
1  (0.0%)   Bosnia and Herzegovina Monaco
1  (0.0%)   Bulgaria 1  (0.0%)   Montenegro
3  (0.0%)   Croatia 7  (0.1%)   Netherlands
3  (0.0%)   Czech Republic Norway
Denmark 1  (0.0%)   Poland
Estonia 4  (0.0%)   Portugal
Finland 1  (0.0%)   Romania
22  (0.2%)   France Russian Federation
9  (0.1%)   Germany San Marino
5  (0.1%)   Greece 2  (0.0%)   Serbia
4  (0.0%)   Holy See (Vatican City State) 2  (0.0%)   Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
5  (0.1%)   Hungary 1  (0.0%)   Slovenia
Iceland 15  (0.2%)   Spain
2  (0.0%)   Ireland 2  (0.0%)   Sweden
18  (0.2%)   Italy 2  (0.0%)   Switzerland
1  (0.0%)   Latvia Ukraine
Liechtenstein 18  (0.2%)   United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland

29  (0.3%)   North America, Central American & Caribbean (Please check all that apply)

Anguilla Haiti
Antigua and Barbuda 5  (0.1%)   Honduras
1  (0.0%)   Aruba 1  (0.0%)   Jamaica
1  (0.0%)   Bahamas Martinique
Barbados 16  (0.2%)   Mexico
3  (0.0%)   Belize Montserrat
Bermuda Netherlands Antilles
British Virgin Islands 5  (0.1%)   Nicaragua
1  (0.0%)   Canada 4  (0.0%)   Panama
Cayman Islands 1  (0.0%)   Puerto Rico
3  (0.0%)   Costa Rica Saint Barthelemy
2  (0.0%)   Cuba Saint Kitts and Nevis
Dominica Saint Lucia
Dominican Republic Saint Martin
1  (0.0%)   El Salvador Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Greenland Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Grenada Trinidad and Tobago
Guadeloupe Turks and Caicos Islands
6  (0.1%)   Guatemala U. S. Virgin Islands

8  (0.1%)   South America (Please check all that apply)

1  (0.0%)   Argentina French Guiana
Bolivia Guyana
4  (0.0%)   Brazil Paraguay
Chile 1  (0.0%)   Peru
Colombia Suriname
2  (0.0%)   Ecuador Uruguay
Falkland Islands (Malvinas) Venezuela

5  (0.1%)   Oceania & Australia (Please check all that apply)

American Samoa Norfolk Island
3  (0.0%)   Australia Northern Mariana Islands
Cook Islands Palau
1  (0.0%)   Fiji Papua New Guinea
French Polynesia Pitcairn Islands
Guam Samoa
Kiribati Solomon Islands
Marshall Islands Tokelau
Micronesia Tonga
Nauru Tuvalu
New Caledonia United States Minor Outlying Islands
2  (0.0%)   New Zealand 1  (0.0%)   Vanuatu
Niue Wallis and Futuna

1  (0.0%)   Other

4. Have you traveled abroad for recreation while enrolled here?

434  (24.8%)   Yes
1315  (75.2%)   No

Did this experience require you to use a language other than English?

322  (67.1%)   Yes
158  (32.9%)   No

What was the duration of this experience?

2  (0.4%)   Long-term: An academic or calendar year
8  (1.7%)   Mid-length: A regular term (semester, quarter or full summer term)
462  (97.9%)   Short-term: A semester break, spring beak, or intersession / summer term of 8 weeks or less (e.g., "Maymester", "January Term") (tailor)

What country or countries did you visit? (Countries are organized by continent / region.)

Antarctica (Please check all that apply)

Antarctica (the territory South of 60 deg S) Heard Island and McDonald Islands
Bouvet Island (Bouvetoya) South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
French Southern Territories

13  (0.1%)   Africa (Please check all that apply)

Algeria Malawi
Angola Mali
Benin Mauritania
Botswana Mauritius
Burkina Faso Mayotte
Burundi 4  (0.0%)   Morocco
Cameroon Mozambique
Cape Verde Namibia
Central African Republic Niger
Chad Nigeria
Comoros Reunion
Congo-Kinshasa Rwanda
Congo-Brazzaville Saint Helena
Cote d'Ivoire Sao Tome and Principe
Djibouti 1  (0.0%)   Senegal
6  (0.1%)   Egypt Seychelles
Equatorial Guinea Sierra Leone
Eritrea Somalia
Ethiopia 2  (0.0%)   South Africa
Gabon Sudan
Gambia Swaziland
Ghana Tanzania
Guinea Togo
Guinea-Bissau Tunisia
Kenya Uganda
Lesotho Western Sahara
Liberia Zambia
Libya Zimbabwe
Madagascar

184  (2.0%)   Asia & Middle East (Please check all that apply)

Afghanistan 2  (0.0%)   Lebanon
1  (0.0%)   Armenia 2  (0.0%)   Macao
Azerbaijan 7  (0.1%)   Malaysia
Bahrain Maldives
1  (0.0%)   Bangladesh Mongolia
Bhutan 1  (0.0%)   Myanmar
1  (0.0%)   British Indian Ocean Territory (Chagos Archipelago) Nepal
Brunei Darussalam 1  (0.0%)   Oman
5  (0.1%)   Cambodia 1  (0.0%)   Pakistan
57  (0.6%)   China Palestinian Territory
Christmas Island 6  (0.1%)   Philippines
Cocos (Keeling) Islands Qatar
Cyprus Saudi Arabia
Georgia 14  (0.2%)   Singapore
36  (0.4%)   Hong Kong Sri Lanka
20  (0.2%)   India Syrian Arab Republic
5  (0.1%)   Indonesia 32  (0.4%)   Taiwan
1  (0.0%)   Iran Tajikistan
Iraq 16  (0.2%)   Thailand
14  (0.2%)   Israel Timor-Leste
23  (0.3%)   Japan 7  (0.1%)   Turkey
3  (0.0%)   Jordan Turkmenistan
Kazakhstan 2  (0.0%)   United Arab Emirates
17  (0.2%)   Korea Uzbekistan
Kuwait 7  (0.1%)   Vietnam
Kyrgyz Republic Yemen
4  (0.0%)   Lao People's Democratic Republic

165  (1.8%)   Europe (Please check all that apply)

Albania 1  (0.0%)   Lithuania
1  (0.0%)   Andorra 1  (0.0%)   Luxembourg
15  (0.2%)   Austria Macedonia
Belarus 2  (0.0%)   Malta
15  (0.2%)   Belgium Moldova
2  (0.0%)   Bosnia and Herzegovina 4  (0.0%)   Monaco
1  (0.0%)   Bulgaria 2  (0.0%)   Montenegro
5  (0.1%)   Croatia 23  (0.3%)   Netherlands
10  (0.1%)   Czech Republic 1  (0.0%)   Norway
6  (0.1%)   Denmark 5  (0.1%)   Poland
Estonia 6  (0.1%)   Portugal
1  (0.0%)   Finland 1  (0.0%)   Romania
86  (1.0%)   France 3  (0.0%)   Russian Federation
40  (0.4%)   Germany San Marino
10  (0.1%)   Greece 3  (0.0%)   Serbia
7  (0.1%)   Holy See (Vatican City State) 3  (0.0%)   Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
8  (0.1%)   Hungary 4  (0.0%)   Slovenia
Iceland 38  (0.4%)   Spain
14  (0.2%)   Ireland 7  (0.1%)   Sweden
55  (0.6%)   Italy 17  (0.2%)   Switzerland
1  (0.0%)   Latvia 1  (0.0%)   Ukraine
1  (0.0%)   Liechtenstein 57  (0.6%)   United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland

142  (1.6%)   North America, Central American & Caribbean (Please check all that apply)

1  (0.0%)   Anguilla Haiti
1  (0.0%)   Antigua and Barbuda 4  (0.0%)   Honduras
2  (0.0%)   Aruba 5  (0.1%)   Jamaica
5  (0.1%)   Bahamas Martinique
Barbados 88  (1.0%)   Mexico
2  (0.0%)   Belize Montserrat
Bermuda Netherlands Antilles
British Virgin Islands 5  (0.1%)   Nicaragua
27  (0.3%)   Canada 2  (0.0%)   Panama
3  (0.0%)   Cayman Islands 6  (0.1%)   Puerto Rico
10  (0.1%)   Costa Rica 1  (0.0%)   Saint Barthelemy
Cuba Saint Kitts and Nevis
Dominica Saint Lucia
3  (0.0%)   Dominican Republic 2  (0.0%)   Saint Martin
2  (0.0%)   El Salvador Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Greenland Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Grenada Trinidad and Tobago
Guadeloupe Turks and Caicos Islands
8  (0.1%)   Guatemala 4  (0.0%)   U. S. Virgin Islands

23  (0.3%)   South America (Please check all that apply)

9  (0.1%)   Argentina French Guiana
1  (0.0%)   Bolivia Guyana
7  (0.1%)   Brazil Paraguay
5  (0.1%)   Chile 8  (0.1%)   Peru
Colombia Suriname
4  (0.0%)   Ecuador Uruguay
Falkland Islands (Malvinas) Venezuela

17  (0.2%)   Oceania & Australia (Please check all that apply)

1  (0.0%)   American Samoa Norfolk Island
14  (0.2%)   Australia Northern Mariana Islands
Cook Islands Palau
Fiji 1  (0.0%)   Papua New Guinea
French Polynesia Pitcairn Islands
1  (0.0%)   Guam 1  (0.0%)   Samoa
Kiribati Solomon Islands
Marshall Islands Tokelau
Micronesia Tonga
Nauru Tuvalu
New Caledonia United States Minor Outlying Islands
7  (0.1%)   New Zealand 1  (0.0%)   Vanuatu
Niue Wallis and Futuna

8  (0.1%)   Other

5. Have you traveled abroad to visit family while enrolled here?

Did this experience require you to use a language other than English?

264  (76.3%)   Yes
82  (23.7%)   No
320  (18.3%)   Yes
1433  (81.7%)   No

What was the duration of this experience?

1  (0.3%)   Long-term: An academic or calendar year
15  (4.5%)   Mid-length: A regular term (semester, quarter or full summer term)
317  (95.2%)   Short-term: A semester break, spring beak, or intersession / summer term of 8 weeks or less (e.g., "Maymester", "January Term") (tailor)

What country or countries did you visit? (Countries are organized by continent / region.)

Antarctica (Please check all that apply)

Antarctica (the territory South of 60 deg S) Heard Island and McDonald Islands
Bouvet Island (Bouvetoya) South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
French Southern Territories

4  (0.0%)   Africa (Please check all that apply)

Algeria Malawi
Angola Mali
Benin Mauritania
Botswana Mauritius
Burkina Faso Mayotte
Burundi Morocco
Cameroon Mozambique
Cape Verde Namibia
Central African Republic Niger
Chad Nigeria
Comoros Reunion
Congo-Kinshasa Rwanda
Congo-Brazzaville Saint Helena
Cote d'Ivoire Sao Tome and Principe
Djibouti Senegal
3  (0.0%)   Egypt Seychelles
Equatorial Guinea Sierra Leone
Eritrea Somalia
Ethiopia 1  (0.0%)   South Africa
Gabon Sudan
Gambia Swaziland
Ghana Tanzania
Guinea Togo
Guinea-Bissau Tunisia
Kenya Uganda
Lesotho Western Sahara
Liberia Zambia
Libya Zimbabwe
Madagascar

196  (2.2%)   Asia & Middle East (Please check all that apply)

Afghanistan 2  (0.0%)   Lebanon
Armenia Macao
Azerbaijan 4  (0.0%)   Malaysia
1  (0.0%)   Bahrain Maldives
1  (0.0%)   Bangladesh Mongolia
Bhutan Myanmar
British Indian Ocean Territory (Chagos Archipelago) Nepal
Brunei Darussalam 1  (0.0%)   Oman
Cambodia 1  (0.0%)   Pakistan
45  (0.5%)   China Palestinian Territory
Christmas Island 8  (0.1%)   Philippines
Cocos (Keeling) Islands Qatar
Cyprus 1  (0.0%)   Saudi Arabia
Georgia 7  (0.1%)   Singapore
24  (0.3%)   Hong Kong Sri Lanka
27  (0.3%)   India Syrian Arab Republic
4  (0.0%)   Indonesia 36  (0.4%)   Taiwan
3  (0.0%)   Iran Tajikistan
Iraq 4  (0.0%)   Thailand
6  (0.1%)   Israel Timor-Leste
15  (0.2%)   Japan 1  (0.0%)   Turkey
Jordan Turkmenistan
1  (0.0%)   Kazakhstan 1  (0.0%)   United Arab Emirates
20  (0.2%)   Korea Uzbekistan
Kuwait 7  (0.1%)   Vietnam
Kyrgyz Republic Yemen
Lao People's Democratic Republic

64  (0.7%)   Europe (Please check all that apply)

Albania 1  (0.0%)   Lithuania
Andorra 1  (0.0%)   Luxembourg
5  (0.1%)   Austria Macedonia
Belarus Malta
2  (0.0%)   Belgium 1  (0.0%)   Moldova
1  (0.0%)   Bosnia and Herzegovina Monaco
Bulgaria 2  (0.0%)   Montenegro
2  (0.0%)   Croatia 5  (0.1%)   Netherlands
Czech Republic Norway
1  (0.0%)   Denmark 1  (0.0%)   Poland
Estonia 2  (0.0%)   Portugal
2  (0.0%)   Finland 1  (0.0%)   Romania
16  (0.2%)   France 1  (0.0%)   Russian Federation
11  (0.1%)   Germany San Marino
2  (0.0%)   Greece 4  (0.0%)   Serbia
Holy See (Vatican City State) 1  (0.0%)   Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
1  (0.0%)   Hungary Slovenia
Iceland 6  (0.1%)   Spain
1  (0.0%)   Ireland 2  (0.0%)   Sweden
3  (0.0%)   Italy 4  (0.0%)   Switzerland
Latvia Ukraine
Liechtenstein 17  (0.2%)   United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland

52  (0.6%)   North America, Central American & Caribbean (Please check all that apply)

Anguilla Haiti
Antigua and Barbuda 1  (0.0%)   Honduras
Aruba 1  (0.0%)   Jamaica
Bahamas Martinique
Barbados 27  (0.3%)   Mexico
Belize Montserrat
Bermuda Netherlands Antilles
British Virgin Islands 2  (0.0%)   Nicaragua
11  (0.1%)   Canada 1  (0.0%)   Panama
Cayman Islands 1  (0.0%)   Puerto Rico
Costa Rica Saint Barthelemy
Cuba Saint Kitts and Nevis
Dominica Saint Lucia
1  (0.0%)   Dominican Republic Saint Martin
2  (0.0%)   El Salvador Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Greenland Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Grenada Trinidad and Tobago
Guadeloupe Turks and Caicos Islands
3  (0.0%)   Guatemala 1  (0.0%)   U. S. Virgin Islands

8  (0.1%)   South America (Please check all that apply)

1  (0.0%)   Argentina French Guiana
Bolivia Guyana
3  (0.0%)   Brazil 1  (0.0%)   Paraguay
Chile 3  (0.0%)   Peru
Colombia Suriname
1  (0.0%)   Ecuador 1  (0.0%)   Uruguay
Falkland Islands (Malvinas) Venezuela

6  (0.1%)   Oceania & Australia (Please check all that apply)

American Samoa Norfolk Island
3  (0.0%)   Australia Northern Mariana Islands
Cook Islands Palau
Fiji Papua New Guinea
French Polynesia Pitcairn Islands
Guam Samoa
Kiribati Solomon Islands
Marshall Islands Tokelau
Micronesia Tonga
Nauru Tuvalu
New Caledonia United States Minor Outlying Islands
3  (0.0%)   New Zealand Vanuatu
Niue Wallis and Futuna

5  (0.1%)   Other

6. While at Berkeley, did you have the following experiences?

 YesNoDon't know
Interacted with students from outside the U.S. in class (e.g., through section discussions, study groups or class projects) 1512  (86.1%) 142  (8.1%) 103  (5.9%)
Interacted with students from outside the U.S. in social settings (e.g., in clubs or student organizations, or in informal settings) 1463  (83.4%) 207  (11.8%) 85  (4.8%)
Had a friendship with one or more Cal students from outside the U.S. 1336  (76.3%) 316  (18.1%) 98  (5.6%)
Attended a performance with an international/global focus 891  (50.9%) 736  (42.0%) 125  (7.1%)

7. While at Berkeley, did you have these academic experiences?

 YesNoDon't know
Enrolled in a course with an international/global focus 1099  (62.9%) 573  (32.8%) 74  (4.2%)
Obtained a certificate/minor/major with an international/global theme (e.g., in Latin American Studies) 213  (12.2%) 1475  (84.4%) 60  (3.4%)
Worked with a faculty member on a project with an international/global theme 199  (11.4%) 1499  (86.1%) 43  (2.5%)
Attended lectures, symposia, workshops or conferences on international/global topics 803  (46.1%) 894  (51.3%) 46  (2.6%)
Presented a paper at a symposium or conference or participated in a panel on international / global topics 133  (7.7%) 1561  (89.9%) 43  (2.5%)

8. Did you study a language other than English while attending Berkeley?

631  (36.1%)   Yes
1119  (63.9%)   No

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Afrikaans 9  (0.1%)   Hebrew (Modern) Romanian
Akkadian 6  (0.1%)   Hindi 20  (0.2%)   Russian
Albanian Hittite 2  (0.0%)   Sanskrit
Aymara Hungarian Scottish Gaelic
22  (0.2%)   Arabic Icelandic 1  (0.0%)   Serbian
Aramaic 1  (0.0%)   Indonesian Slovak
2  (0.0%)   Armenian 3  (0.0%)   Irish Gaelic 173  (1.9%)   Spanish
1  (0.0%)   Assyrian 54  (0.6%)   Italian Sumerian
5  (0.1%)   Bengali 64  (0.7%)   Japanese 5  (0.1%)   Swahili
1  (0.0%)   Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian Kashmiri 3  (0.0%)   Swedish
Bulgarian 31  (0.3%)   Korean 8  (0.1%)   Tagalog
5  (0.1%)   Cantonese 31  (0.3%)   Latin 6  (0.1%)   Taiwanese
3  (0.0%)   Castellano Lithuanian 1  (0.0%)   Tamil
2  (0.0%)   Catalan Luxembourgish Telugu
59  (0.7%)   Chinese Macedonian 2  (0.0%)   Thai
Czech Malaysian 1  (0.0%)   Tibetan
Danish 36  (0.4%)   Mandarin 1  (0.0%)   Turkish
6  (0.1%)   Dutch Marathi Ugaritic
Egyptian (Middle) Mongolian Ukranian
2  (0.0%)   Farsi 1  (0.0%)   Norwegian 3  (0.0%)   Urdu
Filipino Ojibwe Uzbek
2  (0.0%)   Finnish Oriya 11  (0.1%)   Vietnamese
128  (1.4%)   French 6  (0.1%)   Persian (Farsi) 1  (0.0%)   Welsh
44  (0.5%)   German Polish Yiddish
2  (0.0%)   Greek (Modern) 29  (0.3%)   Portuguese 1  (0.0%)   Yoruba
10  (0.1%)   Greek (Classical) 3  (0.0%)   Punjabi  
1  (0.0%)   Hebrew (Classical) Quechua

9. As a Berkeley student, how would you rate your competencies below?

 When you started hereCurrent ability level
Understanding of the complexities of global issues
Very poor 76  (4.4%)
Poor 306  (17.5%)
Fair 647  (37.0%)
Good 494  (28.3%)
Very good 170  (9.7%)
Excellent 54  (3.1%)
Very poor 27  (1.6%)
Poor 76  (4.4%)
Fair 329  (19.0%)
Good 602  (34.7%)
Very good 518  (29.9%)
Excellent 182  (10.5%)
Ability to apply disciplinary knowledge in a global context
Very poor 69  (4.0%)
Poor 312  (17.9%)
Fair 668  (38.3%)
Good 502  (28.8%)
Very good 145  (8.3%)
Excellent 47  (2.7%)
Very poor 25  (1.4%)
Poor 92  (5.3%)
Fair 399  (23.1%)
Good 618  (35.7%)
Very good 449  (26.0%)
Excellent 146  (8.4%)
Linguistic and cultural competency in at least one language other than my own
Very poor 100  (5.7%)
Poor 307  (17.6%)
Fair 571  (32.8%)
Good 466  (26.8%)
Very good 189  (10.8%)
Excellent 109  (6.3%)
Very poor 88  (5.1%)
Poor 258  (14.9%)
Fair 455  (26.3%)
Good 478  (27.6%)
Very good 292  (16.9%)
Excellent 159  (9.2%)
Ability to work with people from other cultures
Very poor 14  (0.8%)
Poor 54  (3.1%)
Fair 355  (20.4%)
Good 635  (36.6%)
Very good 460  (26.5%)
Excellent 219  (12.6%)
Very poor 10  (0.6%)
Poor 16  (0.9%)
Fair 148  (8.6%)
Good 502  (29.1%)
Very good 701  (40.6%)
Excellent 351  (20.3%)
Comfort working with people from other cultures
Very poor 14  (0.8%)
Poor 50  (2.9%)
Fair 301  (17.3%)
Good 571  (32.8%)
Very good 489  (28.1%)
Excellent 316  (18.2%)
Very poor 9  (0.5%)
Poor 18  (1.0%)
Fair 120  (6.9%)
Good 443  (25.6%)
Very good 652  (37.7%)
Excellent 488  (28.2%)
Understanding ethical and professional responsibility in an international/global context
Very poor 40  (2.3%)
Poor 132  (7.6%)
Fair 503  (28.9%)
Good 590  (33.9%)
Very good 321  (18.4%)
Excellent 154  (8.9%)
Very poor 17  (1.0%)
Poor 43  (2.5%)
Fair 250  (14.4%)
Good 535  (30.8%)
Very good 592  (34.1%)
Excellent 298  (17.2%)

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Part 3: Your Connection to Cal

This section is designed to help the campus administration understand better how undergraduates such as yourself develop and experience (or not) a sense of connection to Cal. It concludes with questions about how the California Alumni Association might better serve current students and alumni and strengthen student connections to the campus.

1. What do you like most about being a Cal student?

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2. What is the one activity, involvement or ongoing experience that makes you feel most connected to Cal? (Please write the name of this or describe briefly.)

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2a. Briefly, why is this connection important to you?

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2b. Which of these best describes the nature of this connection to Cal?

509  (34.9%)   Primarily ACADEMIC (related to your major, etc.)
458  (31.4%)   Primarily CO-CURRICULAR (student group or other organized activity)
363  (24.9%)   Primarily INTERPERSONAL (friends, informal activities)
128  (8.8%)   OTHER (please describe) [Open-ended text field]

3. Which of these best describes how you identify with Cal?

180  (11.5%)   It is my core identity – I am a Cal student!
636  (40.8%)   It is a very important part of who I am
453  (29.0%)   It is a somewhat important part of who I am
242  (15.5%)   It is a part of who I am but not that important
49  (3.1%)   I do NOT identify with Cal at all

4. Not including family members who may be Cal alumni, as a Cal student, how much interaction have you had with Cal alumni?

71  (4.5%)   A great deal
301  (19.2%)   Some
479  (30.6%)   A little
714  (45.6%)   None at all

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5. Are you aware that there is an Alumni Association for UC Berkeley?

1256  (80.9%)   Yes
146  (9.4%)   No
151  (9.7%)   Not Sure

What is your impression of the Alumni Association?

155  (12.4%)   Very positive
290  (23.3%)   Somewhat positive
743  (59.7%)   Neither positive or negative
47  (3.8%)   Somewhat negative
10  (0.8%)   Very negative

6. For yourself as a senior or when you become a senior, can you name any programs or services that you would like the alumni association to offer you?

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7. After you graduate from Cal, which of the following programs and services do you think the alumni association should provide you? PLEASE SELECT UP TO FOUR.

778  (8.6%)   Ability to locate fellow alumni
657  (7.3%)   Alumni Association membership with special benefits
452  (5.0%)   Alumni chapter/group based on my geographical location
152  (1.7%)   Alumni chapter/group or program based on my ethnicity
517  (5.7%)   Alumni social events (Homecoming, Charter Gala, tailgates)
533  (5.9%)   Cal faculty and alumni lectures and presentations
1157  (12.8%)   Career services
643  (7.1%)   Face-to-face networking with other alumni
619  (6.9%)   Online networking with other alumni
467  (5.2%)   News, stories and information about Cal
579  (6.4%)   Travel and recreational programs for alumni
545  (6.0%)   Volunteer opportunities

The final questions concern how UC Berkeley is funded and alumni giving.

8. How important do you think financial contributions from alumni (private support) are to keeping Berkeley the best university in all aspects of research and education?

553  (35.8%)   Essential
552  (35.7%)   Very important
383  (24.8%)   Somewhat important
57  (3.7%)   Not that important

9. As you know, UC Berkeley is a public university, supported by the state of California. What proportion of Berkeley's annual budget would you guess is funded by the state of California?

15%30%45%60%75%90%
165  (10.6%) 418  (26.9%) 433  (27.8%) 383  (24.6%) 134  (8.6%) 22  (1.4%)

10. What proportion of UC Berkeley's annual budget would you guess is funded by each of these three sources?

 15%30%45%60%75%90%
State and Federal Government 280  (18.1%) 455  (29.4%) 409  (26.5%) 325  (21.0%) 68  (4.4%) 9  (0.6%)
Private Donations 622  (40.3%) 499  (32.3%) 243  (15.7%) 137  (8.9%) 38  (2.5%) 6  (0.4%)
Student Tuition and Fees 399  (25.8%) 570  (36.8%) 297  (19.2%) 166  (10.7%) 88  (5.7%) 28  (1.8%)

11. Have your parents ever made a financial donation to UC Berkeley?

290  (18.6%)   Yes
910  (58.3%)   No
362  (23.2%)   Not sure

12. After graduation, do you think you would consider UC Berkeley as one of your choices for your charitable contributions?

830  (53.1%)   Yes
155  (9.9%)   No
579  (37.0%)   Not sure

12a. If so, why? If not, why not?

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13. What other kind if institution, program or cause do you think will be a priority for you to support with your charitable contributions after graduation?

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14. Have you heard about the Senior Gift campaign?

618  (39.6%)   Yes
849  (54.5%)   No
92  (5.9%)   Not sure

15. About how much do you think the Senior Gift raises in a typical year?

129  (8.2%)   $5,000
414  (26.4%)   $50,000
105  (6.7%)   $500,0000
18  (1.1%)   $5,000,000
903  (57.6%)   I have no idea

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