UCLA students can simultaneously enroll in online classes offered by other UC campuses while taking UCLA classes. The UC Cross-Campus Enrollment website lists the classes available each term. Classes earn UC credit and have the potential to count toward degree requirements.
To be eligible for enrollment in UC online classes, a UCLA student
- Must be enrolled in 12 units at UCLA by start of instruction (cross-campus units not included in 12-unit requirement)
- Must have fees paid by start of instruction
- Must be in good academic standing (2.0 GPA or greater)
- Must not have any holds
- May enroll in only one cross-campus class per term
Online Class Facts
Instruction Start and End Dates Semester and quarter instruction dates vary by campus. Check each campus’ calendar for specific dates.
Study List Limit Cross-campus units are included in College and school study list limits.
Requisites The student is responsible for completing requisites prior to starting the class.
Add/Drop and Grade-Change Deadlines Deadlines vary by campus and by semester and quarter calendar. Consult the class syllabus. If eligibility requirements are not met, the student is dropped from the class.
Financial Aid Financial aid is available for an eligible student only through the home campus. A student eligible for veterans, rehabilitation, Social Security, and other federal, state, or county benefits must secure eligibility certification through the home campus.
Tuition and Fees There is no additional tuition. However, additional course materials fees may be assessed by the host campus.
Advising The student is strongly encouraged to consult with a counselor or adviser to confirm applicability of the class toward the degree.
GPA Classes are calculated in the UC GPA.
Transcript Following the completion of the class, a transcript from the host campus is sent automatically to UCLA.
Student Code of Conduct Students must follow the policies and student conduct code of the host campus.
Students with Disabilities If accommodations are needed due to a documented disability or medical condition, contact the Center for Accessible Education at A255 Murphy Hall, voice 310-825-1501, TTY 310-206-6083.