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Eligible undergraduate students have the opportunity to take courses at another UC campus. Eligible graduate students can work with resources at another UC campus.

The UC Intercampus Visitor Program enables eligible undergraduate students at one campus to take advantage of educational opportunities at another UC campus. Students may take classes that are not available at their home campus, participate in special programs, or study with a distinguished faculty member at another campus.

UC Intercampus Visitor Program


To qualify for the program, students must have completed at least one year of residence at the home campus, have continuing student status, maintain a grade-point average of at least 2.0 or equivalent, and be in good standing. Additional campus requirements are described on the application.

Students should consult with their academic adviser about a course plan and any course requisites.

Acceptance to the program requires the approval of the dean, provost, or designee of the College or school in which the student is currently enrolled.

The application must also be approved by the host campus. Accepted students receiving financial aid should notify Financial Aid and Scholarships promptly. The host campus is responsible for any financial aid while the student is an intercampus visitor.

Simultaneous enrollment—concurrent enrollment at the home campus and host campus—is a separate program.


Enrollment in this program is limited to one academic quarter (10 weeks) at UCLA, or one semester at another UC campus.

Campuses may restrict the courses available to intercampus visitors. Additional campus restrictions are described on the application. UC students who wish to visit UCLA through this program may not enroll in UCLA acting, clinical nursing, economics, film and television production, or musical theater courses. Intercampus visitors also may not enroll in any course offered by departments in the life sciences and physical sciences divisions of the College of Letters and Science.

Excluded UCLA Departments

  • Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Computational and Systems Biology
  • Computer Science
  • Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences
  • Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • Integrative Biology and Physiology
  • Life Sciences Core
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics
  • Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology
  • Neuroscience
  • Physics and Astronomy
  • Psychology
  • Society and Genetics
  • Statistics and Data Science

Other subject areas and courses may not be open to visitors. Students should contact the College or school they intend to visit for restriction information before they apply to this program.

Application and Submission

Students must submit an application to participate in the program. The completed application and processing fee are submitted to the Registrar’s Office by mail, or in person at the student service windows in Murphy Hall.

Application Filing Period

Fall Quarter/Fall Semester November 1–April 30
Winter Quarter/Spring Semester July 1–October 1
Spring Quarter October 1–January 1

Graduate Student UC Intercampus Exchange Program

The UC Intercampus Exchange (ICX) Program allows UC graduate students to seek contact with distinguished faculty, scholars, and resources—and work in fields of study—not available at their home campus.

Application and detailed information is available at the Graduate Education program website.