The Concurrent Enrollment program does not run during the summer quarter. If you are interested in enrolling during the summer, visit summer.ucsd.edu.
Note for Fall 2017
The enrollment process, deadlines and requirements for Fall 2017 will be changing. Check back in late August for updated information.
What is Concurrent Enrollment?
Concurrent Enrollment is a program offered by UC San Diego Extension that allows anyone who is not a matriculated UC San Diego student to enroll in UC San Diego courses during the fall, winter and spring quarters.
You are not able to earn a degree through the Concurrent Enrollment program. Students often use concurrent enrollment to complete prerequisites before attending graduate school, law school, medical school, etc. We also have high school students who are taking courses beyond what is offered at their schools and visiting students who will be transferring course credit to their home institution to complete degree programs.
Can I enroll through the Concurrent Enrollment program?
Concurrent enrollment is open to anyone who has completed high school, and who has not been dismissed, disqualified or suspended from the University of California, or has withdrawn from a UC while on academic or disciplinary probation.
If you are currently attending high school, consult your high school principal or counselor to obtain written approval, which must accompany your add form. The approval must be signed by a school official on school letterhead. See Registration Policies and Procedures for more information on middle and high school students enrolling at UC San Diego Extension.
If you were dismissed, disqualified or suspended from the University of California, have withdrawn from a UC while on academic or disciplinary probation or currently have a pending student conduct case, you may not be eligible to participate in concurrent enrollment.
If you were academically disqualified from UC San Diego, you may be eligible for the UC San Diego College Readmission Concurrent Enrollment program. You should contact your UC San Diego academic advising office for more information.
Non-immigrant International Students
If you are a non-immigrant international student and you would like to enroll in a full-time study program of university credit-bearing classes, visit University and Professional Studies (UPS) or contact email@example.com for details.
The UPS program is for non-immigrant international students who wish to take a full-time load of university and university extension credit-bearing courses. If you are unsure of whether or not you need to be enrolled into a full-time program to maintain the requirements of your visa, please contact our Immigration Advisor, Olga Piro, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Services for Students with Disabilities
UC San Diego Extension strives to provide equal access and an exceptional learning environment for all students. Our office assists students who are enrolled in Concurrent Enrollment courses. You must submit your request for accommodations and appropriate documentation at least 15 business days before your course begins to allow us time to approve and arrange your accommodations. Visit the Services for Students with Disabilities page for more information.
The Concurrent Enrollment program does not meet the qualifications for UC San Diego Extension to complete an in-school deferment. Students must be enrolled in a qualified UC San Diego Extension certificate program, in which they will obtain a certificate upon completion of the program. Please see Enrollment Verification for Loan Deferments for more information.
Admission to the University of California
Participating in a UC San Diego Extension educational program, including the Concurrent Enrollment program, does not in itself provide preference in admission to the University of California degree programs. Students interested in applying to UC degree programs should refer to the UC Admissions website or the admissions office of the UC campus they wish to attend for details about the admissions process.
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