What is the UC Dual Admission program?
The UC Dual Admission program provides conditional admission guarantee to a University of California (UC) campus that participate in the transfer admission guarantee (TAG) program. Students who participate in the dual admission program will receive support from the UC and preliminary financial aid information.
To participate in the dual admission program, students must:
- be a California resident (AB 540 are also eligible).
- on track to graduate from a California high school.
- apply for freshman admission for the fall 2023, 2024 or 2025 term.
- not be admitted to any UC campus to which they applied.
- have at least a 3.0 GPA at the time of application.
- be missing one or more A-G subject requirements at the time of high school graduation.
Benefits for Students
- Support from UCOP, UC campuses, and other UC support programs
- An admission guarantee to one TAG campus
- Transfer admission advising and communication through a UC TAP account
- Access to dual admission resources for up to three years
- Preliminary information about financial aid
Eligible students will be identified by the UC and will receive an email to:
- accept offer to participate in the dual admission program via their UC application.
- a participating UC campus, which is TAG based.
- a major from the available options at their chosen campus.
- enroll in a California community college.
- create a UC Transfer Admission Planner (TAP) account.
- update UC TAP every term.
- transfer to your selected UC campus within three years.
Deadline to opt in is June 1.
Updated 10 09 2023