Taking courses for credit during regular session at UCLA and concurrently at another institution is not allowed.

Concurrent enrollment—defined as taking courses during regular sessions (fall, winter, and spring quarters) for credit at UCLA and, at the same time, at another non-UC institution, including UCLA Extension—is generally not permitted except in extraordinary circumstances, and no credit is given for such courses unless the approval of the UCLA College or school has been obtained by petition prior to enrollment.

Special concurrent enrollment programs with other UC campuses, and intersegmental enrollment programs with California State University (CSU) or California Community College (CCC) schools, are available to eligible students.