The University of California Simultaneous Enrollment Program
allows undergraduates to enroll, without formal admission, at another UC campus during the fall, winter, or spring terms.
Enrollment is on a space available basis and at the discretion of appropriate
campus authorities at both campuses.
UC Online allows students to register for online courses.
Applying for Simultaneous Enrollment
You may apply for Simultaneous Enrollment by completing an
Application for Simultaneous Enrollment . The application requires you to
- identifying student information
- the term which you are applying to be simultaneously enrolled
- your home campus and your selected host campus
- courses in which you intend to enroll for the term at both your home and host campuses, including course units
- your reason for participating in the program
- your signature
- home campus signatures
There is no fee for filing the application.
Once completed, the application must be submitted to the Registrar's Office. Your
application will be forwarded to the Registrar at your host campus.
You must meet all of the following requirements to
be eligible for the Simultaneous Enrollment Program:
- completion of a minimum of 12 units at the home campus as a matriculated
- enrollment in a minimum of 6 units for the current term at the home
- be in good academic standing
- demonstrate appropriate academic preparation as determined by the host
Approval for simultaneous enrollment is valid only for the term specified, and is subject
to space availability. You must follow the registration procedures of the host campus and
meet the registration deadline. You must reapply for each term you wish to enroll simultaneously
at two UC campuses.
You are subject to all course administrative procedures at the host campus.
Evidence of satisfactory completion of course prerequisites may be required at the time of
enrollment at the host campus. You are advised to bring a copy of relevant transcripts.
Academic advising is available only at the home campus. You are urged to consult with an academic
advisor prior to simultaneous enrollment to ensure courses meet UCI requirements.
The host campus automatically sends your official transcript to your home campus at the end of
each term. You may request additional transcripts from the host campus as needed.
Students maintaining foreign visas are required to gain approval from the International Center before participating.
Tuition and Fees and Financial Aid
UCI students in the Simultaneous Enrollment Program are not eligible for the Reduced Fee
Part-Time Study Program.
Financial aid is available only through the home campus. Students eligible for veterans,
rehabilitation, social security, and other federal, state, or county benefits must secure
eligibility certification through the home campus. Units taken at both campuses may be
combined to establish full-time enrollment for financial aid.
Additional fees (labs, materials, breakage, etc.) required of other students at the host
campus will be assessed and must be paid. No additional tuition and fees are required.
Services While Simultaneously Enrolled
Students in the Simultaneous Enrollment Program are not entitled to student services at
the host campus, without payment of additional fees. Such services include, but are not
limited to: career services, recreational facilities, and housing.
Health services on the host campus are limited to treatment for emergencies.
Simultaneously enrolled students are entitled to use the host campus library.
Parking is available at the host campus for a fee.
The host campus will provide information about ID cards at registration.
NOTE: You must process an official drop at the host campus if you
cease attending a course.