Online college classes are very common throughout the nation, but a program unknown to many UC students is the Cross-Campus Enrollment. College students, often times, struggle to keep up with their academic schedule due to work or extracurriculars. Simultaneous Enrollment allows students to generate more flexible schedules to reduce stress and pressure.

In order for students to take online classes, students must be in good academic standing. According to the University of California, students must take a minimum of 12 units and have their eligibility determined by the home campus. Students must check in with their academic advisor to check if the online classes fulfill degree requirements. To enroll in the program, student must submit an application to both the home and host campus to verify if the class will fulfill the degree, graduation, major, or general education requirements.

This program is offered to non-UC students as well. As stated in the FAQ section, “Non-matriculated students can register for online courses through UC Online.”

Unfortunately, this program will not allows students to complete an undergraduate degree online. It is not offered by the University of California; however, there are other campus programs that do.

If you are interested in this program, consult your academic advisor. You should be able to move forward from there. For more information, click on the link above at “UC Online.”

 

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