The next list compares two colleges briefly in important perspectives. You can compare two colleges with comprehensive information on the full comparison page.
  • USC is a private (not-for-profit) and UCLA is a public school and both are four-years schools.
  • USC has more expensive tuition & fees ($61,503) than UCLA ($43,012).
  • It is harder to admit to USC than UCLA.
  • USC has more students with 46,287 students while UCLA has 44,589 students.
  • UCLA has more full-time faculties with 4,153 faculties while USC has 2,403 full-time faculties.
The following table compares the two rival schools - University of Southern California and University of California-Los Angeles.
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Los Angeles, CaliforniaLocationLos Angeles, California
four-years, private (not-for-profit)School Typefour-years, public
Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practiceHighest Degree OfferedDoctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice
Research University (very high research activity)Carnegie ClassificationResearch University (very high research activity)
$61,503Tuition & Fees
65% ($39,909)% Receiving Financial Aid (Avg. amount)72% ($16,180)
$39,909Average Amount of Financial Aid$16,180
15.95 %Acceptance Rates16.10 %
37.14 %Yield (Enrollment Rates)36.69 %
1,475SAT Score-
34ACT Score-
92 %Graduation Rate92 %
-Transfer-out Rate4 %
91 %Retention Rate96 %
46,287Student Population44,589
2,403Number of Faculties4,153
9 to 1Student to Faculty Ratio18 to 1
ROTC, Study AbroadSpecial Learning OpportunitiesDistance Learning (Online Classes), ROTC, Study Abroad
Academic/career counseling service, Employment services, Placement services, On-campus daycareOn Campus Student ServicesAcademic/career counseling service, Employment services, Placement services, On-campus daycare

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