Per Davis Division Academic Senate Regulation A553, a student may not obtain transfer credit for courses taken at a non-University of California campus in a term during which the student is registered as a UC Davis full-time student. A variance can be obtained only by petitioning the dean of your college prior to enrollment in the non-University of California course. For UC Davis admitted students taking ROTC-related courses at a non-University of California campus, students may submit their request directly to the Office of the University Registrar (OUR). For more information, see Simultaneous Enrollment at a Non-University of California.
There are a variety of special programs that allow admitted UC Davis students to take courses at other UCs, through the University of California Center Sacramento (UCCS) program, in Washington DC, or abroad, and California Community College (CCC) or California State University (CSU) students to attend UC Davis as non-degree-seeking students. Each program has its own requirements and application process.
Intercampus Visiting Programs | Intersegmental Cross Enrollment: Visiting California State University and California Community College Students | Study Abroad | University of California Center Sacramento (UCCS) | UC Washington DC Program (UCDC)