UCLA Transfer Admission Process
A list of all the information regarding transferring to UCLA.
For key points regarding the 2020 application changes and the personal statement section of the UC applications please visit their How To Apply page.
UCLA Transfer Admission Guide
The UCLA Transfer Admissions Guide provides admission selection and coursework information for junior-level transfer applicants. Refer to Applying for Admission for information about how to obtain an application and application filing deadlines.
Although UCLA is one of the most transfer-friendly campuses in the UC system, competition for transfer openings has increased in recent years. Strong academic preparation and performance are primary elements in our admission decisions. The average GPA of transfer applicants who are admitted to UCLA is more than 3.5 (GPAs do vary by program ), and most students who are admitted have completed most or all of the preparatory coursework for their majors. We give highest priority to students who are transferring from California community colleges or other University of California campuses. All schools admit for the fall quarter only.
ASSIST.ORG (Course Articulation Website)
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. This is a terrific tool to use to keep track of how courses at one school transfer to another.
Programs to Help You Transfer
Center for Community College Partnerships (CCCP)
CCCP works to increase transfer rates and success of underserved community college populations by developing and strengthening partnerships between UCLA and California community colleges. CCCP provides outreach, advocacy, peer mentor opportunities, and strong academic support programs for prospective and new transfers.
Community College Transfer Recruitment (CCTR)
The Community College Transfer Recruitment (CCTR) program provides assistance to prospective community college transfer students, with particular emphasis on underrepresented students. The program is staffed by UCLA Undergraduate Admission personnel who visit participating community colleges several times during the academic year to provide admission advising, workshops on a variety of topics such as choosing a major, completing the undergraduate application, financial aid, and EOP/AAP. Other support services are also available throughout the academic year.
Student Transfer Outreach Mentorship Program (STOMP)
The UCLA Student Transfer Opportunity and Mentor Program (STOMP) is a volunteer based campus organization established by UCLA transfer students to provide educational partnership to students at community colleges.
Transfer Alliance Program (TAP)
The UCLA Transfer Alliance Program (TAP) gives students the opportunity to enhance their ability to transfer to UCLA at the junior level from a California community college. Students are certified after completing the honors/scholars program at their community college and given priority consideration for admission to UCLA College of Letters and Science .
Prospective Veteran Student Resources
UCLA is proud to have made the 2016 Military Friendly Schools List . This distinction means UCLA is in the top 15% of U.S. schools in terms of their ability to provide a good experience for military students.
For students with past military experience interested in applying to UCLA.
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Prospective Out-of-State Student Resources
UCLA welcomes applicants from all backgrounds and from all walks of life. Every year UCLA admits hundreds of students from all over the country and across the globe. Although UCLA is a public institution funded by the state, UCLA believes that students from outside California add to the extraordinary diversity of experiences and accomplishments in the campus community.
Find out more about the process of applying to UCLA as an out-of-state student.
Prospective International Student Resources
Students come from all over the world to attend UCLA. Indeed, part of what makes UCLA great is the wide variety of experiences and backgrounds the students bring to the campus community. Each year UCLA admits students from nearly 80 countries (and that number increases to over 100 countries if domestic students who were born outside the US were included). UCLA is truly an international institution located in one of the world's most international cities.
Learn more about the application process for international students.