San Diego Business Journal

Schools and Business Community Create Key Synergy for Region

Economic Trends: Key Universities By Sarah de Crescenzo Originally published December 30, 2016 at 9:13 a.m., updated December 30, 2016 at 9:13 a.m.
   

UC San Diego Extension plans to open a $42 million cultural and education center in this building planned for downtown’s East Village, as part of a larger mixed-use project called Park & Market, being developed by Holland Partner Group. Rendering courtesy of UC San Diego, Carrier Johnson + Culture

UC San Diego Extension plans to open a $42 million cultural and education center in this building planned for downtown’s East Village, as part of a larger mixed-use project called Park & Market, being developed by Holland Partner Group. Rendering courtesy of UC San Diego, Carrier Johnson + Culture

KEY UNIVERSITIES

University of California, San Diego

Enrollment, fall 2016: 35,821

Freshman applicants for 2017: 88,451

San Diego State University

Enrollment, fall 2016: 29,046

Freshman applicants for 2017: 59,920

CSU San Marcos

Enrollment, fall 2016: About 15,000

Freshman applicants for 2017: 16,352

University of San Diego

Enrollment, fall 2016: 5,711

Freshman applicants for 2017: Over 14,750 (estimated)

— The region’s largest university, the University of California, San Diego, heads into 2017 on the heels of a bombshell announcement...

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