Most transfer students enter UC at the junior level. This means they've completed 60 semester units, general education and most, if not all, of their lower-division major prerequisites.
You'll need to complete specific coursework before you can transfer, depending on your class level and your major.
Confirm your status as either a junior-level or lower-division transfer applicant.
Review other requirements all UC students must fulfill before graduation — some of which can be satisfied at the community college or high school level.
Other types of transfers
Learn the requirements for transfer students from four-year and out-of-state two-year institutions, and for current/former UC intercampus transfers.
Know when you have to complete required coursework to gain admittance.
Go over the general policy about GPA and what individual campuses require.
Check what credits are — and are not — transferable.
Types of enrollment
Learn about a variety of enrollment options, from part-time study to University Extension.
How to apply
Instructions, application, guidance — everything you need is here.
Dates & deadlines
What you need to do, and when.
Good to know
Campuses will first evaluate your application to see if you've met the minimum requirements. In the event they have more applicants than they can admit, they'll use a process called comprehensive review to further assess your qualifications.