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Transferring to UC Davis from a community college or four-year institution has become a popular path to obtaining a university degree. We welcome transfer applicants from all schools, though we give priority to transfers from California community colleges.
To be considered for transfer admission to UC Davis, you must first ensure that you meet UC transfer admission requirements and any UC Davis major-specific requirements. Applicants must be college juniors, with 60 semester (90 quarter) units—lower-division students may be considered for admission to the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences only if space is available.
Our campus then reviews and assesses all applications as part of our UC Davis transfer selection process.
To ensure that our transfer students are ready to hit the ground running and succeed at UC Davis, we require specific academic preparation. First, applicants must meet specific coursework, GPA and examination requirements for admission to the University of California. Depending upon your intended major, you may need to fulfill additional major-specific requirements as well. Take a look at some of the resources we provide to help you set your goals and stay on track.
Learn about options for admission as a lower-division student or to non-traditional degree programs. If you've already earned a degree and are interested in a second degree, have foreign academic records or have a limited objective in attending UC Davis, find out how UC admission requirements apply to your situation.