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UC Campuses Open for Winter Quarter/Spring Semester

If students want to attend a university nationally recognized for making an impactsocial mobility of undergraduates, or affordability, they should consider transferring to UC Santa Cruz, UC Merced, or UC Riverside for Winter quarter/Spring semester.

UC MercedUC Riverside, and UC Santa Cruz will be accepting transfer applications for Winter quarter/Spring semester 2022. The application filing period is July 1-31.

Students should ensure their major is accepting transfer applicants for Winter quarter/Spring semester by visiting the Check majors page on the UC Admissions website.

UC Merced will also be open for First Year (freshman) applicants and all transfer levels, including lower-division transfers.

UC Announcements

For Fall 2021 Newly Admitted Students

Transfer admitted student resources

Some campuses have begun notifying transfer applicants of their admission status, while others plan to contact students later this month.

Resources for admitted transfer students:

Accepting a UC admission offer

Students can accept an admission offer by agreeing to the provisions/conditions outlined in the offer and submitting their Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) with the SIR deposit to reserve their space at a campus. The SIR deposit is $250. Some important things to keep in mind about accepting a UC admission offer:

  1. Students can accept only one admission offer from one UC campus.
  2. The SIR deposit is applied to the student's first enrollment term tuition.
  3. Students that qualified for the UC application fee waiver will have the SIR deposit deferred until financial aid is disbursed.
  4. The SIR deposit is nonrefundable and non-transferable.
  5. Statement of Legal Residence (SLR) for tuition determination purposes may be required. See the Understanding Residency page for more information.