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Tips for Applying to UC Davis as a Transfer Student

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Choosing a Major

You should apply to a major that interests you, rather than to one in which you think you have the best chance of admission. You should be aware that many of our most popular majors have additional coursework and GPA requirements that must be fulfilled before you can enroll. We also suggest that you include an alternate major in a different field of study when you apply; we may consider it if you are not admitted in your first-choice major. The exploratory and undeclared options are closed to junior- and senior-level transfer applicants.

Academic Coursework

Your academic record is the core of your application. It’s important to record all your college preparatory coursework—whether taken at a high school or college—completely and accurately. Include courses in which you have enrolled, regardless of grades, transferability, withdrawal or if they were repeated. Failure to list all institutions and coursework exactly as it appears on your transcripts may jeopardize your admission.

Reporting International Education

Letters of Recommendation and Other Materials

Please do not include letters of recommendation, copies of awards, transcripts or samples of your academic or creative work with your application. They will not be reviewed or returned to you.

Check Your Admission Status

A few weeks after submitting your application, you should receive a confirmation email from UC Davis Undergraduate Admissions containing your UC Davis student ID number. Use your student ID number to set up your MyAdmissions account, where you will receive updates about your admission status. Please keep your student ID in a safe, accessible location.

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