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Table 1 Descriptive Statistics of UC Students Impacted by COVID-19, 2020 UCPromISE Data (n = 2112)

From: Physical and mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic among college students who are undocumented or have undocumented parents

  Number Percent
Student Group
 Undocumented students 552 26.1
 U.S. citizens with undocumented parents 520 24.6
 U.S. citizens with lawfully present immigrant parents 1039 49.2
Latino/a/x Race/Ethnicity
 No 651 30.8
 Yes 1460 69.2
Year in School
 1st and 2nd Years 909 43.1
 3rd Year 569 27.0
 4th Years and Higher 633 30.0
Gender
 Female/Women 1618 76.6
 Male/Man 493 23.4
Mother’s Education Level (or primary guardian)
 Less than HS 1022 48.4
 HS/GED or Some College 760 36.0
 Bachelors Degree or Higher 329 15.6
Campus
 UC Berkeley 145 6.9
 UC Davis 197 9.3
 UC Irvine 365 17.3
 UC Los Angeles 244 11.6
 UC Merced 213 10.1
 UC Riverside 347 16.4
 UC Santa Barbara 219 10.4
 UC Santa Cruz 250 11.8
 UC San Diego 131 6.2
GPA
 Under 2.5 86 4.1
 Over 2.5 2025 95.9
Food Security Status
 High or marginal food security 1005 47.6
 Low food security 445 21.1
 Very low food security 661 31.3
Help family members pay the bills
 No 856 40.5
 Yes 1255 59.5
Expect family will experience bad times such as poor housing or having not enough food
 No 1008 47.7
 Yes 1103 52.3
Expect your family will have to do without the basic things that your family needs
 No 1090 51.6
 Yes 1021 48.4