About Freshman Admission AT UCLA
- Freshman Admission Guide
This guide offers helpful information on the application process, requirements, tips, and financial aid.
- Freshman selection process
The components and characteristics of the process that we will use to select the freshman class.
- UC academic subject, test, and scholarship requirements
The requirements you must meet to be eligible to the University of California.
- Profile of admitted freshmen
These tables list percentages of freshman applicants and admits based on GPA, test scores (ACT, SAT), and other academic factors we consider in our review.
- University of California freshman admission site
- Applying for admission
- Majors and minors we offer
See the Freshman Admission Guide for information on selecting majors of choice.
- Prospective freshman FAQ
- UC Tuition and Financial Aid
- Tuition/fees/student budget overview
- UCLA Financial Aid and Scholarships
- Residence for Tuition Purposes
Students admitted as non-resident will generally have non-resident status for their entire undergraduate education at UCLA. UC Residence Guidelines are published by the UC Office of General Counselor and are applied throughout the University of California system, including UCLA. UCLA’s Registrar’s Office determines residence status for tuition purpose only after the student has been admitted.