Students Taking a Class to Graduate with an Undergraduate Degree
You are in a special category and will be required to obey certain rules and policies related to your use of Concurrent Enrollment.
Concurrent Enrollment Restrictions
- A maximum of 5 credits may be taken by a UCSC student prior to graduation. More than one class may be taken as long as the total credits does not exceed 5.
- All campus debts must be paid in full, or if not, a payment plan must be presented at the time of application. Failure to report outstanding balances on campus may result in application denial.
- You must be in good academic standing with your college. If you are currently on academic warning or probation, you must present written approval from your college with your Concurrent Enrollment application form.
- A portion ($10.00) of the course fees which you pay to University Extension will be used to provide a transcript to the Office of the Registrar on campus at the completion of your course. If a narrative evaluation is requested, it will be filed in our Records Office. No copies of this evaluation will be sent without written request from the student.
To apply, download the PDF version of
our application form.