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Slow Growth: The 1990s

Like the 1970s, the 1990s saw more consolidation for UCEAP, as it focused on refining and expanding existing programs rather than moving into new countries.

1990: 

UCEAP began a program to solicit funding for scholarships from its alumni. By 1995, more than $500,000 had been raised and 300 scholarships awarded;

A total of 15,000 UC students had participated in UCEAP programs since they began in 1962;

Around 400 students came to UC as reciprocity exchange students.

1992:

A total of 1,450 UC students studied abroad during the 1992-93 academic year at 90 host institutions in 32 countries;

Around 500 reciprocity exchange students came to UC campuses from 20 countries.    

1995:

UCEAP now offered more than 20 short-term programs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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