UCHA

Application

Express Application processing will not be offered from May 17th, until June 1, 2017.

Applications are accepted from full-time students, Faculty of UCLA only (see below). Non-UCLA students (i.e. SMC, ucla extension, Calstate, etc.), are currently placed on a waitlist for the Spring 2017, Summer 2017 and Fall 2017 quarters. Full-time UCLA students receive priority consideration. Please Do Not send more than one application per person.

All applications must be accompanied by proof of student status (i.e. Admission letter, current/valid school ID, I-20 copy etc.), and a valid state ID/Driver's licence or passport copy. Applications should also be attachments of a scanned copy; do not send a photograph of the Application Form or Zip file.

An application is valid for only one academic year (Fall through Summer). Should you not receive admission for the quarter applied for, you may request (in writing/email), for your file to be forwarded for the next quarter's admission consideration (provided that quarter is within the academic cycle). If your request is for a quarter not within the years academic cycle, then an updated application will need to be sent in.

Requirements - all persons applying must fulfill one of the following criteria:

  • Be a full-time UCLA undergraduate student (taking 12 quarterly units or 9 semester units), Graduate student, PHD student or professional degree program (law, medicine etc.). Applicants/students on OPT (practical training) or those following preparatory language courses are not eligible to apply.
  • Graduate, PhD students or PhD holders, working on a temporary research project at UCLA (full-time salaried/career researchers are not eligible).
  • UCLA staff (faculty) member - teacher in direct relation to the academic education of UCLA students (50% FTE hours or more per week to teaching duties) in courses offered by the UCLA registrar (Other staff need not apply/not eligible).
  • Non-UCLA student - attending full time (9 semester units or 12 quarterly units), an accredited college or university (undergraduate, graduate, associate degree or qualified certificate program). Students following preparatory language courses or those students not meeting the minimum quarterly/semester unit requirement need not apply/not eligible.