UCLA Campus Residence Deputy
Inquiries about residence requirements, determination, and/or recognized exceptions and exemptions should be directed to
UCLA Registrar’s Office
1113 Murphy Hall Walk-up windows temporarily closed
Los Angeles CA 90095-1429
Business hours: Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pacific time, excluding University holidays
The residence deputy responds to most inquiries within three business days. Residence determination can be made only after the student has been admitted to the University and has completed an online Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) and Statement of Legal Residence (SLR). The residence deputy cannot respond to requests for appeals.
Only the campus residence deputy is authorized to supply information about residence for tuition purposes.
UC Office of General Counsel Residence Classification Appeals
All appeals pertaining to residence for tuition purposes are handled by the UC Office of General Counsel (OGC). Only OGC is authorized to overturn a campus residence determination.
To appeal a classification decision, use the Application to Appeal a Nonresident Classification form. If a student is denied resident status and his or her application to appeal is accepted by the OGC residency analyst, a response may be expected from the analyst in six to eight weeks.
Appeals should be sent toResidency Analyst
UC Office of General Counsel
1111 Franklin St 8th Floor
Oakland CA 94607-5200
- University of California Residence Policy and Guidelines (UCOP)
- Application to Appeal a Nonresident Classification (UCOP)