The University of California is one of two public university systems in the state of California. It consists of nine "comprehensive" campuses and one campus devoted entirely to professional health science education, severing a total enrollment of over 200,000 students. In addition to fulfilling its teaching mission, the UC serves as the state's research institution and engages a number of public service programs and industry partnerships. The UC offers bachelor's, master's doctoral and professional degrees and provides a number of opportunities for post-degree continuing education.
You can use the following links to help you learn more about how to meet requirements to enter a UC campus as a transfer student, where the campuses are located, which academic programs are offered by each one, and how to apply for transfer.
- UC Campuses
- UC Application
- UC Information for Transfer Students
- Cost of Attending a UC
- UC Resources for Students with Disabilities
- UC Veterans Resources
- UC AB540/Dreamer Resources
- UC Transfer Requirements (See a counselor for help with this resource)
- TAG Resources
- UC Transfer Data
- UC Limitations on Transfer Credit
- Native American Opportunity Plan
- Berkeley Haas School of Business Guide
- Seven Course Breadth Requirements
- ESL 10 Meets UC English Requirement
For information on applying to a UC, please visit this page.