Students who have paid fees but do not plan to enroll in classes for a term may cancel their registration to receive a fee refund.

Before the first day of instruction, students who have paid fees but do not plan to attend for a term may cancel registration by submitting a Cancellation of Registration request. The term to be cancelled and reason for cancellation must be included. This process also initiates the refund process.

Cancellation of Registration

 

New students receive a 100 percent refund except for the nonrefundable acceptance of admission fee and a cancellation of registration service fee. Fees paid by new dentistry, JD, and SJD students are refunded except for nonrefundable acceptance of admission deposits. All other students receive a 100 percent refund except for a cancellation of registration service fee.

Students who purchased the University of California Student Health Insurance Plan (UCSHIP), cancel registration, and receive a 100 percent refund lose all UCSHIP coverage and benefits for the term.

New students who cancel registration must file a new application for admission if they wish to return to UCLA. Admission is not guaranteed.

Continuing students who have not paid fees and do not plan to attend for a term must declare nonattendance through MyUCLA.

Please note, the Cancellation of Registration PDF form remains available for use.