UC-Santa Cruz Struggles to Attract Transfer StudentsJanuary 4, 2018 |
by Teresa Watanabe
UC Santa Cruz sits on an idyllic expanse of redwood groves and rolling meadows. World-class surf is just minutes away.
Its researchers were the first to arrange the DNA sequence of the human genome and make it publicly available.
It is quirky and colorful, with campus traditions that include a naked run through the season’s first heavy rain and a banana slug for a mascot.
So why can’t the university attract as many transfer students as the state says it must?