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'''UCSB,  University of California, Santa Barbara''', was established in 1944. It is one of only 62 institutions elected to membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities. And the [[Newsweek]] guide to America's best colleges has named UCSB one of the country's "hottest colleges" twice in the past five years.
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}}The '''University of California, Santa Barbara''' (UCSB) was established in 1944. In 1995, it was elected to membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities.<ref>Association of American Universities. [http://www.aau.edu/about/article.aspx?id=5476''MEMBER INSTITUTIONS AND YEARS OF ADMISSION''] (2010)</ref> [[Newsweek|Newsweek's]] ''How to Get Into College'' guide ranked UCSB as one of the country's "hottest colleges" twice in the past five years.<ref>University of California. [http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/news/article/6571 ''Santa Barbara again named one of 'hottest colleges'''] (25th August, 2008)</ref>
  
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Revision as of 21:13, 30 April 2011

University of California, Santa Barbara
Colors: Blue and Gold
Degrees: biology, psychology, communication, economics, sociology
Website: http://www.ucsb.edu/
The University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) was established in 1944. In 1995, it was elected to membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities.[1] Newsweek's How to Get Into College guide ranked UCSB as one of the country's "hottest colleges" twice in the past five years.[2]

References

  1. Association of American Universities. MEMBER INSTITUTIONS AND YEARS OF ADMISSION (2010)
  2. University of California. Santa Barbara again named one of 'hottest colleges' (25th August, 2008)