Will the units I earn at UCLA transfer to my home campus?
Students outside the UC system should verify their school's credit-granting process. Transfer of credit is at the discretion of the receiving institution.
For students from other UC campuses, all UCLA summer activity automatically appears on your home UC campus transcript sometime in October, and the grades you earn at UCLA are included in your home UC campus grade-point average.
Taking courses at UCLA during the summer generates an official UCLA transcript.
What’s the difference between a quarter unit and a semester unit?
To convert quarter units into semester units, multiply the quarter units by .666*.
- EX. 4 quarter units from UCLA transfers as 2.67 semester units
- EX. 5 quarter units from UCLA transfers as 3.33 semester units
*Please note, this is just an estimate and conversion may differ between schools. Please verify with your home institution.
What is a transcript?
The transcript is a permanent record that reflects all undergraduate and graduate work completed at UCLA. It lists courses, units, grades, cumulative grade-point average, transfer credits, total units, and work in progress in chronological order. For students from other UC campuses, all UCLA summer activity automatically appears on your home UC campus transcript, and the grades you earn at UCLA are included in your home UC campus grade-point average.
What is the difference between academic transcripts and verification transcripts?
The academic transcript is your complete academic record, chronologically listing all the following:
- Transfer credit
- Grade-point average (GPA)
- Academic actions
- UCLA degrees awarded*
- In-term progress information (if applicable)
The verification transcript is an extraction of information from your academic transcript. It does not show courses and grades, but does include
- The terms and dates you attended UCLA
- Your enrollment status for each term you attended
- The UCLA degrees you were awarded, including dates and degree major*
- The college/school through which you attended*
- Your major(s)*
- The dates of your admission(s) and expected degree*
- Your class level and career*
- Your social security number*
Visit the Registrar's website for more details on Academic Transcripts.*If applicable
How do I order a transcript?
If I drop a class, will a W appear on my transcript?
No notation will be made on your transcript if you drop an impacted course before 5PM, Friday of the first week of the course or if you drop a non-impacted course before the final examination.
Be sure to verify your Summer Sessions enrollment status. Do not anticipate that the University will automatically drop you from a class due to nonpayment or non-attendance.