The UC Intercampus Visitor Program enables eligible undergraduate students at one campus to take advantage of educational opportunities at another UC campus. Students may take classes that are not available at their home campus, participate in special programs, or study with a distinguished faculty member at another campus. The program is limited to one quarter or one semester. Students should consult with their academic adviser about a course plan and any required course requisites. Campuses may restrict the courses available to intercampus visitors.
To qualify for the program, students must have completed at least one year of residence at the home campus, have continuing student status, maintain a grade-point average of at least 2.0 or equivalent, and be in good standing. Additional campus requirements that must be met to qualify as an intercampus visitor are described on the application.
Acceptance to the program requires the approval of the dean, provost, or designee of the College or school in which the student is currently enrolled.
|College of Letters and Science
||A316 Murphy Hall
|School of the Arts and Architecture
||2200 Broad Art Center
|Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science
||6426 Boelter Hall
|Herb Alpert School of Music
||1642 Schoenberg Music Building
|School of Nursing
||2-137 Factor Building
|School of Theater, Film, and Television
||103 East Melnitz Building
Simultaneous enrollment—concurrent enrollment at the home campus and host campus—is a separate program.
The application must also be approved by the host campus. Accepted students receiving financial aid should notify Financial Aid and Scholarships promptly. The host campus is responsible for any financial aid while the student is an intercampus visitor.
Students should submit the completed application and processing fee in person or by mail to the Registrar’s Office student services windows.
Application Filing Period
|Fall Quarter/Fall Semester
||November 1–April 30
|Winter Quarter/Spring Semester
||July 1–October 1
||October 1–January 1