After you apply

You've selected your campuses, submitted your application, paid your application fees. Now what? You still have a few more items to cross off your list.

What to do after you apply

1.  Print a copy of your application.

You'll want to keep a record of your application ID and a summary of your application for reference.

2.  Order test score reports.

Be sure to have your ACT and SAT scores reported by the testing agency. If you have your official score report sent to one campus, it will be available to all campuses to which you applied.

3.  Update your application.

You can log in to your application to review and, if necessary, change your telephone number, email, mailing address or SAT, ACT, TOEFL, or International Exam Scores. You can also apply to additional campuses if they're still open.

Log in to your application »

If there are changes to your academic record: 
If you change schools, add or drop a course, or fail to earn a C or better in a course after you submit your application, you must notify the campuses you’ve applied to (all campuses except UC Berkeley). If you receive an offer of admission, be sure to confirm with the campus admission office that they are aware of the deficient grade or schedule changes.

Keep in mind: We cannot guarantee that a campus can go back to review an application after correspondence has been received. Make sure to save a copy of your correspondence just in case.

Campus instructions & websites for reporting changes:

If there are changes to other sections of your application:
Minor changes to your activities, awards, volunteer work or employment are unlikely to have an impact on your admission decision.

4.  Await the decision.

Each UC campus will notify you of its admission decision, generally by March 31.

Learn more about admissions decisions »

5.  Submit transcripts and exam scores (AP, IB and A-Level), after you accept an offer of admission.

You must have final, official transcripts and official AP, IB and A-Level exam scores sent to the campus where you plan to enroll.

Final, official transcripts must be postmarked or electronically submitted on or before July 1. Read more about transcript submissions »

Official AP, IB and A-Level exam scores must be submitted by July 15.