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SBCC Ranks High in UC Transfers


Of the 113 community colleges statewide, Santa Barbara City College ranks sixth in number of students who transfer to University of California schools. According to numbers just released by the UC system, 569 SBCC students transferred to one of the eight UC campuses. Of the destination campuses, UCSB was by far the most popular with 285 transfers; 108 of them are first-generation college students. While SBCC’s ranking has fluctuated between third and seventh as a donor school over the past 15 years, it has always hovered toward the top.

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