Enrollment in undergraduate and graduate UCI courses is available without formal admission to a degree granting program
through the Division of Continuing Education's (University Extension) Access UCI program.
Access UCI courses are taught by UCI faculty, carry university credit and may count toward a degree. Enrollment requires
permission of the course instructor and/or department and is contingent on space being available after all matriculated
UCI students have been enrolled.
Access UCI courses are available during fall, winter, and spring quarters. During summer contact Summer Session.
Enrollment is administered by the Division of Continuing Education. Visit the Division of Continuing Education website for further information.
Transferring Access UCI Courses to your UCI Academic Record
Units, grade points, and course titles, for courses taken through Access UCI* may be transferred to the academic record for students who:
- Has matriculated to UCI and, after an absence, has an approved Application for Readmissions/2nd Baccalaureate or has filed to graduate in absentia.**
- Is a new freshman.
- Has taken courses through IUPP, applied to the University, and has paid the SIR fee.
Students who meet these criteria must submit their sealed official Continuing Education transcript, containing the Access UCI course(s), to the University Registrar. All courses taken through Access UCI will be included on the UCI academic record (transcript). Students may not select specific courses or terms to exclude when submitting their Continuing Education transcript.
*This applies only to UCI Access courses taken during the winter 2009 term or later.
**Former Students (Applies to Courses after Winter 2009 Only)
Courses taken through Access UCI cannot be posted to your UC transcript until you have been readmitted. Initiate the readmission process by submitting a transcript of your Access UCI coursework to your academic advising office. If your school agrees to readmit you, send a sealed official Continuing Education transcript of your Access UCI coursework to the University Registrar. The University Registrar will post the course(s) to your record.