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How to Apply for Readmission to UCSD (Undergraduates)

Undergraduates, find out how to apply for readmission after you've been absent from UCSD for a quarter or more.

If you have been absent for only 1 quarter, you are considered a continuing student. Please proceed to WebReg.

If you have been absent for 2 quarters or more, you must apply for readmission to UCSD. After you have applied, you will be notified by e-mail of your application status and follow-up steps. Follow these directions to apply for readmission:

  • Clear any financial holds (but not academic holds) before you apply for readmission.
  • Apply online for readmission during the filing period. Log in with your PID and PAC, and follow the instructions.
  • The One-Time Document Fee maybe accessed to your UCSD student account.
  • Application filing fee of $70.00 will be assessed to your UCSD student account.
  • Application filing periods:
    • Fall Quarter 2017: February 24, 2017 - August 18, 2017
      • Summer 2017: Please submit an application for Fall 2017. Upon receiving confirmation of your readmission, email Readmissions@ucsd.edu informing our office that you would like to attend summer session courses.
    • Winter Quarter 2018: August 25, 2017 - November 3, 2017
    • Spring Quarter 2018: November 17, 2017 - February 2, 2018

    In addition to the above steps, follow the directions below for other circumstances:

    • If you have been absent 3 or more quarters:
      • You should consult with your college advisor before you enroll in classes.
      • You must adhere to graduation requirements in effect at the time of readmission, or to requirements subsequently established.
    • If you have attended another institution since leaving UCSD:
      • You must provide official transcripts to the Registrar's Office regardless of the length of attendance, whether courses were completed, or whether you believe the record will affect your chances for readmission. If you provide incomplete or incorrect information about the schools you have attended, your admission to UCSD may be jeopardized.
        • A mailing address will be provided to you by e-mail with your notification of application status.
        • Second baccalaureate degree not available. If determined that a baccalaureate was received from another institution, readmission to UCSD will be cancelled immediately.
      • Check with your department advisor and find out if the major has approved screening criteria. You may be eligible for readmission as a pre-major.

    International Students: Contact the International Student Office, (858) 534-3730 for immigration regulations and documents for readmitted international students.

    If you have already graduated from UCSD, taking additional classes in either Limited Status/Second Baccalaureate is not available at this time:

    • Contact your college advisor for questions regarding other educational alternatives.