Readmission

Former and current UC students 

Returning to the same UC campus

  • Students who were previously enrolled at a UC campus in a regular academic term (fall, winter and/or spring) and who would like to return to the same UC campus after an absence of less than one year must contact the Registrar’s Office for specific procedures on how to re-enroll.
  • Students who were previously enrolled at a UC campus in a regular academic term (fall, winter and/or spring) and who would like to return to the same UC campus after an absence of one year or more must contact the Registrar’s Office for specific procedures on how to re-enroll. The process may be called “readmission”, “re-enrollment” or “reinstatement”. Students should not submit a UC application for admission; instead they must file an application for readmission with the Registrar’s Office at their former UC campus.
  • Students who left a UC campus on academic probation or not in good academic standing (last term and/or a cumulative UC GPA below 2.00) and wish to return to the same UC campus must contact an advisor in the school/college in which they were previously enrolled at UC for guidance on any requirements for readmission.

For more information on the re-enrollment process, please visit the campus Registrar's Office website:

Transferring to another UC campus

Students who were previously enrolled at a UC campus and want to transfer to a different UC campus must be in good academic standing (last term and/or cumulative UC GPA of 2.00 or above) at their prior UC campus to be considered for transfer admission, even if that UC campus is not their last school of attendance.

There are a few other important points to remember:

  • All courses completed, and grades and units earned at a UC campus during fall, winter, spring and summer terms are transferable to another UC campus (however, some UC Extension courses may not be transferable). This means the UC GPA "follows" you to another UC campus.
  • If you’re transferring from a regionally accredited college/university, your units or credits are generally transferable if a course is comparable to one offered at any UC campus.