- U.S. citizens and permanent residents: Complete FAFSA, use IRS data retrieval for tax information.
- Non-U.S. citizens: Complete California Dream Act Application if you are a California resident not eligible for FAFSA who attended a CA High School for 3 years or more and will or have already graduated (AB540 eligible).
November 1- 30
Submit the University of California Application by the November 30 deadline.
You'll receive an email from UC San Diego that confirms we received your application to our campus. Make sure you check all email folders to ensure you are receiving emails from us and they are not being marked as spam.
You'll receive an email from UC San Diego with instructions on how to log into MyApplication when it opens. MyApplication is UC San Diego's application status portal.
By March 2
File your FAFSA or California Dream Act application. Forms are also available from your school counselor. Applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. See Financial Aid timeline for more details.
- List UC San Diego school code 001317 on your application.
- Meet the March 2 deadline to be considered for the best possible funding.
- Apply for a CAL grant.
Freshman admission decisions will be posted on MyApplication by the end of March.
Deadline to accept UC San Diego's offer of admission. Submit your Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) and Statement of Legal Residence (SLR) through MyApplication.
Deadline to submit your final transcripts.
- Submit final, official transcripts: high school(s) plus any college/university transcripts.
- Refer to Required Documents from Schools Outside the United States if any of your coursework was taken outside the U.S.
AP and IB exam results are due no later than July 15.
- Please request results be sent to UC San Diego, school code: 004836.
- For more information, please refer to the Advanced Placement FAQs.