Applying to UC Davis
Apply for admission online at http://universityofcalifornia.edu/apply.
*UC Davis is rarely open to new applicants for winter and spring quarters.
For up-to-date details regarding winter and spring quarters, and tips on completing the UC application for admission and the personal statement, see http://admissions.ucdavis.edu/apply.
After applying, transfer students are required to update their grades and course records online through the Transfer Academic Update (TAU) to ensure that the campuses have the most current academic information available. For details and deadlines, see http://universityofcalifornia.edu/admissions/how-to-apply/after-you-appl.
The application fee of $70 for domestic students and $80 for international students entitles you to apply to one University of California campus. If you want to apply to more than one UC campus, you must pay an additional fee for each campus you select. These fees are not refundable. Applicants will be prompted to pay the fee(s) before submitting the online application. If you submit a check or money order, it should be made payable to the Regents of the University of California.
The University of California will waive application fees for up to four campuses for qualified students who otherwise would be unable to apply for admission. Students who qualify for fee waivers and who select more than four campuses must pay $70 for each additional choice. To be accepted for the application fee waiver program, you must meet specific requirements related to your family income and size. The fee waiver program is for United States citizens and permanent residents only. You can apply automatically for a fee waiver on the online application. For details, see http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/admissions/how-to-apply/application-fees.
A few weeks after you apply, the University of California will notify you that your application has been received and processed. UC Davis will also notify you once the application has been received at our campus. At this time you should use your UC Davis Student ID to create a MyAdmissions account online at
Students admitted to UC Davis can use MyAdmissions to check deadlines and event dates, review their financial aid and scholarship awards (MyAwards) and accept our offer of admission. Admitted students who wish to officially accept our offer of admission must submit their Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) and complete all pre-enrollment tasks, such as:
After applying, transfer students are required to update their grades and course records at the online UC Transfer Academic Update (TAU) to ensure that the campuses have the most
If you are admitted to UC Davis, you are expected to arrange to have all of your official final transcripts to be sent to Undergraduate Admissions by the deadline. You do not need to submit official transcripts before this time, unless requested. All students must provide official final:
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