For students & families
A-G Course List
On UC's A-G Course List website, students and counselors can get information on "a-g" subject area requirements and search an up-to-date lists of approved "a-g" courses at California high schools and community colleges.
ASSIST is an online student-transfer information system that shows how course credits earned at one public California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST is the official repository of articulation for California's public colleges and universities and provides the most accurate and up-to-date information about student transfer in California.
The general catalog is the ultimate guide, covering admission requirements, graduation requirements and everything in between.
Eligibility in the Local Context (ELC)
ELC (Eligibility in the Local Context) is one way for California freshmen to qualify for admission to UC. Under ELC, the top 9 percent of students in each participating California high school class are designated ELC based on coursework entered into the UC application and the 9 percent benchmark GPA UC has established for the school.
The Local Path page provides information for students and parents about how ELC is determined. The ELC website provides high schools with information about school eligibility, parent authorization, the programs calendar and data submission.
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Paying for UC
We have tools that students nearly all families can use to help finance a UC education, from financial aid to payment plans and tax credits.
Undocumented student resources
UC’s systemwide undocumented student resource site provides tips for applying for admission and financial aid, as well as a range of programs, resources and support services offered at UC campuses for undocumented students and their families.
Our systemwide site for veterans and active military personnel provides application tips, financial aid information and contact information for campus veterans services coordinators to help students apply and transition to UC.
The A-G Guide website contains comprehensive information, helpful tools and improved resources on everything "a-g" from UC's high school articulation unit. Whether you're developing an "a-g" or CTE course, updating your course list, or have questions about online learning or admissions requirements, answers are here.
The systemwide transfer articulation unit reviews California Community College courses to establish baseline transferability to UC. The Transfer Articulation website offers a detailed introduction to systemwide, campus-specific and IGETC articulation, Transferable Course Agreements (TCAs), training and other resources.
Nonresident counselor resources
UC High School Profile
High schools outside of California can use the UC High School Profile tool to provide school information for UC campuses to use in evaluating applications from nonresident students.