What's Next? I've Been Admitted
Great news! What's next?
Are you ready to say Yes to UC San Diego? Submit your Statement of Intent to Register and your Statement of Legal Residence by the deadline. May 1 for freshmen and June 1 for transfer students.*
Take care of the entire acceptance process online at MyApplication.
* If you were admitted from a waitlist, you will have different deadlines.
Still making up your mind?
Learn more about UC San Diego, get introduced to your college, find out about resources and meet faculty, staff and other admitted students during event days:
- Triton Day on April 6
- Transfer Admit Day on May 11
Whether you're undecided or absolutely positive, our campus community of faculty, staff, and students is waiting to welcome you!
All admitted students can find answers to your frequently asked questions about the acceptance process.
If you did, for any length of time, you'll want to check this list for types of documents you need to send us.
For freshmen, information you need now about AP Exams and IB credit.
Admitted freshmen must use the Freshman Academic Update Notification Form to notify UC San Diego of any of the following:
- unsatisfactory grades such as a D or F received during senior year of high school
- senior year weighted GPA falling below 3.0
- failure to meet the provisions of the admission contract after being offered admission as a freshman
For Transfer Students
Admitted transfer students are required to update grades and notify UC San Diego of any changes to courses reported as planned or in progress on your application with this Transfer Academic Update Notification Form.
- provide your final grades from the previous term
- list all courses in progress or planned for the term before you expect to enroll
For International Students
Passport & US Visa
- All international students must have a passport and a visa from the United States. Without these, you are not eligible to attend UC San Diego because you cannot enter the country. Most international students have one of the following visas issued by the US government:
- Student Visa (F-1)
- Exchange Visitor Visa (J-1)
- Visitor's Visa (B-2) or Business Visitor (B-1)
- Basic documents you will need:
- Your passport
- Certificate of Eligibility issued by the UC campus you will attend
- Proof of adequate financial support for studies and living expenses
- You can check application requirements and procedures on the US Department of State website as well as the University of California website.
- Check your specific program information:
Submit academic records for verification
- Include scores from all institutions starting in the 9th grade or the international equivalent
- Include all subjects and final marks
- College and university records must include the number of hours/week of lecture and lab
- Secondary school records must show acceptable graduation level
- Must be official (in a sealed envelope from the institution or exam authority)
- Keep legible photocopies in case of later requests