Gender reflects the individual’s self-reported gender identity as one of three categories: women, men, and those who identify as nonbinary or do not state their gender at all from the given options.
Underrepresented minority (URM) status is displayed as one of three categories: URM, Non-URM, and International. Individuals are considered domestic if they are US citizens, permanent residents, amnesty recipients, approved petitioners for immigrant visas, refugees, or political/religious asylees. All individuals without domestic status are considered International. “URM” refers to domestic individuals who identify as: American Indian or Alaskan Native, Black or African American, Hispanic or Latinx, or Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander. “Non-URM” refers to domestic individuals who do not identify as any of the ethnic groups considered URMs.
Undergraduates and graduate students are all students of their respective level who were registered at UCI as of the end of the third full week of classes for the Fall academic term of the given year. Undergraduates include all Baccalaureate students, and Graduate Students include all Masters, Doctoral, and Professional Doctoral students.
Senate faculty are faculty members with membership in the UCI Academic Senate, which primarily includes ladder-rank Assistant, Associate, and Full Professors.
Staff are defined as all full-time, non-student UCI employees who are not teaching faculty (e.g., professors and lecturers). This includes all non-teaching Academic Staff (e.g., librarians and research professionals), as well as all Professional & Support Staff, Managers, and Administrators.
STEMM stands for “Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine” which are fields that are often examined together for various reasons. STEMM Schools at UCI include: Biological Sciences, Engineering, ICS, Medicine, Nursing Science, Pharmacy, Physical Sciences, and Public Health. Non-STEMM Schools at UCI include: Arts, Business, Education, Humanities, Law, Social Ecology, and Social Sciences.
The Health Sciences category includes aggregate data for Medicine, Nursing Science, Pharmacy, Public Health, which are collectively referred to as the College of Health Sciences.