Transfer Credit from Non-UCLA
Summer Sessions

From a Four-year Institution...

You may attend summer session at a four-year institution or University Extension after you become a UCLA student. Grades earned in a regular summer session at another UC campus are computed in your GPA; grades earned during summer session non-UC institutions are not computed in your GPA. The University Extension catalogs provide information regarding the transferability of their courses. Review this information prior to enrolling.


From Community College...

You may attend a community college summer session after you become a UCLA student. You will receive only unit credit for summer session coursework taken; grades earned during summer session at an institution other than a UC campus are not computed in your grade point average.

UCLA will apply up to 70 semester or 105 quarter credits completed at a community college toward the degree. Units earned in excess of this amount may satisfy subject requirements (general education/preparation for the major), but no further unit credit toward the degree will be granted.

In addition, if you are a student in the College of Letters and Science and have completed 105 quarter units, regardless of the institutions attended, you will not receive unit credit toward the degree for courses completed at a community college. Units earned in excess of this amount may satisfy subject requirements (general education/preparation for the major), but no further unit credit toward the degree will be granted.

Consult your academic counselor and the UCLA General Catalog for more information.