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We are committed to our students' success. That's why knowing who our students are – and how well they are doing – is so important.

Los Rios by the Numbers


Campus locations to serve students


Service-area miles surrounding California's capital city


Students enrolled annually

Our Students

Race and Ethnicity

While over one-third of Los Rios students identify as white, more than one-quarter identify as Hispanic/Latino.

The racial/ethnic breakdown of Los Rios students: 34.4% are white; 30% are Hispanic/Latino; 19.5% are Pacific Islander; 8.4% are African American; 7.2% are multi-race; and .5% are Native American


More than half of Los Rios students are between 18 and 24 years old, and almost one-third are between 25 and 39 years old.

The age breakdown of Los Rios students: 30.5% are 18 to 20 years old; 20.6% are 21 to 24 years old; 14.5% are 25 to 29 years old; 17.5% are 30 to 39 years old; 12.6% are 40 and over; and 4.3% are under 18

Socioeconomic Status

Nearly one-quarter of Los Rios students live below the poverty line, and almost another quarter are low-income.

The socioeconomic breakdown of Los Rios student: 24.7% live below the poverty line; 22.2% are low income; 38% are middle class; and 15.1% are unable to determine

Economic Impact

Infographic: Los Rios provides $2.1 billion in added income that supports 27,415 jobs. This contribution is nearly as larged as the entire utilities industry in the region and is equal to 1.7% of GDP of the Los Rios service area
Infographic: Every $1 spent by students = $3.40 gained in lifetime earnings; every $1 spent by taxpayers equals $2.30 gained in added taxes and public sector savings; and every $1 spent by society equals $10.70 gained in added state revenue and social savings

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Los Rios Data Reports

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