Students who are in good academic standing, have completed at least one quarter in residence at Davis, and wish to study temporarily at another UC campus may apply through the Intercampus Exchange Program by obtaining the approvals of the graduate adviser, the chairperson of the department or group on the host campus, and the Dean of Graduate Studies on both the home and host campus.
The Intercampus Exchange Program Application may be accessed on our forms webpage and should be filed with Graduate Studies at least four weeks prior to the beginning of the quarter in which a student wishes to participate in the program. (Please note: each campus follows its own academic calendar). A separate application is required for each quarter a student wishes to attend another campus. Tuition and fees must be paid at the home campus (UC Davis). Students must be enrolled in coursework or research units at UC Davis at the same time as they are enrolled in units through Intercampus Exchange and the combined units should be equivalent to at least 12 quarter units. Students will have library, health center, and other student privileges on the host campus. Grades earned at the host campus will be transferred to UC Davis and entered on the UC Davis official transcript.
The Intercampus Exchange Program is only intended to provide a student the opportunity to enroll in occasional courses not available on her/his home campus. It is not intended to allow students to take all or most of their coursework at other UC campuses. Students who wish to transfer to another UC campus and complete degree requirements there must submit a regular application for admission to that campus.