Please join us for the next presentation in our CCC Webinar Series on Wednesday, December 12th from 12 noon to 1 pm. UCOP Admissions will present on what happens next in the admissions process for fall 2019 transferapplicants.  We will also discuss the Transfer Academic Update (TAU)process and timeline. This presentation on the next steps after the application has been submitted is primarily designed for new/newer counselors and advisers. For experienced counselors and advisers, you may wish to participate as a refresher. We also encourage you to let your colleagues in auxiliary offices such as EOPS, DSPS, Veterans, etc. know they are welcome to joinRead More →

Student Financial Support at the UC Office of the President wants you and your students to know that a UC degree is financially achievable. We have released a series of short 90-second videos answering the top questions students have about the cost of attendance and how to pay for their education. These videos can be shared with students in your advising appointments, classes, and in financial aid planning sessions. Please feel free to share with your colleagues in other offices and programs at your campus! These videos are public and do not require a Facebook or Twitter account to view. How much is UC goingRead More →

If students impacted by the recent wildfires are unable to complete the UC undergraduate admission application of November 30, 2018, they can request an extension to December 15, 2018. Students must follow these steps: 1.      Create a UC application account for admission to the Fall 2019 class. 2.      Email using the same email address associated with their UC application. 3.      Use the subject line: “Extension Request – Weather/Fire Event”. 4.      Include the first and last name of the applicant as these appear on their UC application, the email address associated with their UC application, and the reason for the request. An email confirmation of the extension should arrive within 5-7Read More →

Students can apply for a fee waiver within the online undergraduate admission application and be notified immediately whether they qualify. Information about the family’s income and the number of people supported by that income is required to make a determination. UC will waive application fees for up to four campuses for qualified students. United States citizens, permanent residents, and applicants eligible for AB 540 benefits may be eligible for the fee waiver program. Students who have fee waivers from multiple sources (e.g., UC, College Board, ACT, NACAC) will be allowed to use one waiver only to apply to up to four campuses. If a studentRead More →

Undergraduate Admissions – Preparing to Transfer (Temporary CCC Articulation)  Read More →