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Fees for UCLA Students

Processing Fee: The processing fee of $150 is assessed if all summer courses are dropped regardless of whether instruction has begun. UCLA students who have a degree expected term before Summer 2021 are considered non-UCLA students for fee purposes and are assessed a $350 registration fee.

Instructional Enhancement Initiative (IEI) Fee: The IEI Fee is a technology and service fee for the upkeep of MyUCLA, class websites, Zoom, and lecture recordings. This fee is assessed to all students without a bachelor's degree and cannot be waived. For more information, visit the IEI webpage.

Material Use Fees: Fees may be charged for materials used in laboratory, studio, and other courses. A per-class materials fee is assessed based on enrollment regardless of UCLA student status or majors. Below is a list of courses that assess materials fees in Summer 2021:

  • MAT SCI 104: Science of Engineering Materials - $20
  • LIFESCI 23L: Introduction to Laboratory and Scientific Methodology - $15
  • PHYSCI 153: Dissection Anatomy - $45

Document Fee: Incoming first-year and transfer students will be assessed a $50 Document Fee if Summer 2021 is the first term of attendance at UCLA. The Document Fee is a one-time fee assessed to students to cover a lifetime supply of official UCLA transcripts.

Housing Fees: If you sign up for housing, you will be assessed separately by UCLA Housing Services, not UCLA Summer Sessions. For housing fee information, please visit the UCLA Housing Services webpage.

Late Add Fee: Assessed for any new course added after Friday of Week 2 of the course. No late fees are assessed if a student is re-adding a class that was dropped, switching sections of the same class, or adding any 99, 195-199, 596-599 courses.

Sours: https://www.summer.ucla.edu/academiccourses/uclastudent/feesandpayment

2021 Session Schedule For Summer Courses

The UCLA Schedule of Classes is available starting January 11. Below is a description of the UCLA course numbering system. Please select courses that best meet your current academic standing.

  • 1-99: Lower division courses designed for undergraduate freshmen and sophomores
  • 100-199: Upper-division courses designed for undergraduate juniors and seniors
  • 200-299: Graduate courses
  • 300-499: Professional courses
  • 500-599: Graduate courses - only offered to current UCLA graduate students

Important Information
Summer offerings are subject to change, without prior notice, by the action of the academic department offering the course/program. Changes include, but are not limited to the following: 

  • Meeting time and location changes
  • Instructor substitutions
  • Course cancellation

A reasonable endeavor will be made to notify students of such changes and suggest alternatives when applicable.

In the event of cancellation, the University is not responsible for any consequential loss or expenses incurred as a result. Only the course, referenda, registration, material, and/or IEI fees, if applicable, will be subject to refund. 

Sours: https://www.summer.ucla.edu/academiccourses/uclastudent/registrationandenrollment
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2021 Session Schedule For Summer Courses

Welcome to UCLA Summer Sessions! We are excited to have you join us this year for an exceptional and invigorating educational experience.


Important Note: UCLA has decided to transition all summer courses to remote learning for summer 2021. For more information, visit our Updates and Alerts page.


UCLA Summer Sessions offers students the chance to select between nine different session dates, each full of academic opportunities for you to make progress toward graduation. Each Session has a letter and a number. The letter indicates the start date: A (June 21), B (July 12), and C (August 2). The number indicates the length of the course in weeks.

Below are the 2021 session dates.

SESSION A
A3: June 21 - July 9
A6: June 21 - July 30
A8: June 21 - August 13
A10: June 21 - August 27

SESSION B
B3: July 12 - July 30

SESSION C
C3: August 2 - August 20
C6: August 2 - September 10

Sours: https://summer.ucla.edu/academiccourses/internationalstudent/registrationandenrollment
UCLA Summer Sessions Precollege Programs

Summer Session Calendar

Summer classes are offered in nine sessions that differ in length, plus a variable session in which dates are specific to an individual program.

Summer classes are published in the Schedule of Classes. Detailed dates and deadlines for current-year summer sessions can be viewed on the Summer Sessions website. Summer Institute, Travel Study, and Global Internship programs are considered session V (as in variable); their dates are specific to each program.

Summer Sessions 2021
SessionLength in WeeksStart DateEnd Date
A3June 21July 9
A6June 21July 30
A8June 21August 13
A9June 21August 20
A10June 21August 27
Independence Day holidayJuly 5
B3July 12July 30
C3August 2August 20
C6August 2September 10
D3August 23September 10
Labor Day holidaySeptember 6
Sours: https://registrar.ucla.edu/calendars/summer-session-calendar

Deadline session drop ucla summer

Current matriculated UCLA students may start adding courses on MyUCLA on February 1.

To qualify as a current matriculated UCLA student for summer registration purposes, you must meet at least one of the requirements below:

  • Admitted student with an active winter and/or spring term and a degree expected term after the end of the summer term.
  • Incoming freshman or transfer student who has SIR'd to the university.
  • Admitted student returning from a leave of absence (excluding students on probation or subject to dismissal) with a degree expected term after the end of the summer term.

For all other students, even if you already have a UCLA ID and logon, you will not have access to MyUCLA summer enrollment options until your registration is complete . To add a course, please log into MyUCLA using your UCLA logon and password .

Whether you are new or returning to UCLA Summer Sessions, you must fill out our ACADEMIC COURSE REGISTRATION first in order to enroll in courses.

Your registration is considered complete once you have submitted the online registration form and the nonrefundable registration fee

Whether you are new or returning to UCLA Summer Sessions, you must fill out our Academic Course Registration first in order to enroll in courses.

Once you have submitted the online registration form and the registration fee, an email will be sent to you with your UCLA ID number.

You will use your UCLA ID number to obtain a UCLA logon via MyUCLA. If you already have a UCLA logon, you do not need to create a new logon. Simply log in to your pre-existing account. Be sure to update your address, e-mail, and phone number if necessary. Please note that even if you already have a UCLA ID and logon, you will not have access to MyUCLA summer enrollment options until your registration is complete.

In addition to making enrollment changes, you will use MyUCLA for bill paying, viewing grades, and using other services. Please keep a secure record of your UCLA logon information.

Courses may be added on MyUCLA through the FIRST WEEK of the session.

  1. Visit www.my.ucla.edu and sign-in with your logon and password
  2. On the main menu, under the CLASSES drop-down menu select “Find a Class and Enroll”
  3. Make sure Summer 2021 is selected. You can search for classes using the "Subject Area" or the "Advanced Search”. Once you have successfully found your course, select “Go”
  4. If this is your first time enrolling this term, enable your enrollment by selecting all the terms and conditions, and clicking “Enable Enrollment”. If you already enabled enrollment, skip to step 5
  5. Check the box for your desired course. If course has a discussion section, please select a discussion as well. Select “Enroll”

For a tutorial on enrolling, please click here.

STARTING THE SECOND WEEK: You can enroll either on MyUCLA using a PTE number OR with a Student Update Form with an authorized signature from the instructor for each class being added. Submit the form to 1331 Murphy Hall.

THIRD WEEK THROUGH END OF SESSION : You must submit a Student Update Form with an authorized signature from the instructor for each class being added to 1331 Murphy Hall.

A late fee of $50 will be assessed for each course added after Friday of second week of each session. No late fees are assessed if a student is re-adding a class that was dropped during Summer Sessions or switching sections of the same class.

Waitlists

If the course you wish to take reaches capacity, you may add yourself to the waitlist if there is one.

In the event that you are not automatically enrolled in a course from the waitlist by 5:00 PM on the first Friday of the session , you will be dropped from the waitlist and the course fees refunded. If it is the only course you are enrolled in, you will receive a full refund.

Students can resolve their waitlist status prior to the end of the first week by:

  • Enrolling through MyUCLA using a Permission to Enroll (PTE) number, which can be obtained from the instructor or the course home department;
  • Presenting a Student Update Form with a PTE number to the Summer Sessions office, 1331 Murphy Hall; or
  • Exchanging the waitlisted course for another course prior to the end of the first week of the session.


Students may verify their enrollment status in a particular course by viewing their Studylist using MyUCLA.

Sours: https://summer.ucla.edu/academiccourses/online/registrationandenrollment
Dropping classes: To W or not to W?

Drop a Class

Undergraduate students can drop nonimpacted classes with no fee and no transcript notation on MyUCLA through week two. Later drops incur fees and may require a petition.

Undergraduates

Drop deadlines for undergraduate students vary by College and school and by the type of course (impacted or nonimpacted).

Dropping a class may reduce a study list below the minimum required for full-time status, financial aid, minimum-progress requirement, and eligibility for residence halls and other services that require a specific enrollment status. The drop form reminds students about these requirements and the consequences that may be triggered if the petition is processed. It is each student’s responsibility to meet enrollment unit requirements.

Student athletes may not drop a class after the first day of class without their counselor’s approval.

Drop a Nonimpacted Class

Students in the College of Letters and Science can drop nonimpacted classes without a transcript notation using MyUCLA through Friday of the fourth week of classes. In weeks five through seven, students in the College can drop classes without an instructor’s signature. In weeks eight through ten, students are restricted to three approved drops in their academic career. For drops after week seven, an instructor’s signature and College approval is required.

Students in the Henry Samueli School of Engineering; Herb Alpert School of Music; School of the Arts and Architecture; School of Nursing; and School of Theater, Film, and Television can drop classes without a transcript notation using MyUCLA through Friday of the fourth week of classes. After week four, students must obtain a drop petition from the academic dean’s office.

Drop an Impacted Class

Impacted classes may be dropped using MyUCLA on or before midnight Friday of the second week of classes with no fee or transcript notation. Impacted classes are noted in class information in MyUCLA and the Schedule of Classes.

After midnight on Friday of week two, students who need to request a drop of an impacted class should consult the instructor and explore academic options other than dropping the class. Impacted classes may be dropped after these deadlines only under extraordinary circumstances (such as severe illness). To drop an impacted class, students must obtain a Late Impacted Course Drop Petition or Retroactive Drop Petition from their respective counseling unit.

College of Letters and Science student requests to drop an impacted class are referred by College counseling units to a subcommittee of the Faculty Executive Committee. School of Engineering student requests to drop an impacted class are submitted to the Associate Dean. If the request is approved, the dropped class notation appears on the student transcript indicating the date and week of the term in which the drop petition was filed. A late study-list change fee is assessed.

Drop a Summer Impacted Class

Impacted Summer Sessions classes may be dropped using MyUCLA on or before midnight Friday of the first week of classes with no transcript notation. (Nonimpacted classes may be dropped through MyUCLA before the final two weeks of instruction.)

After midnight on Friday of week one, UCLA students must follow the same impacted-drop procedures as in regular session. They must obtain a Late Impacted Course Drop Petition or Retroactive Drop Petition from their respective counseling unit.

To drop an impacted class, non-UCLA summer-only students must complete a Summer Sessions Student Update Form and submit the request to the Summer Sessions office, 1331 Murphy Hall. A detailed explanation of the reason for dropping the class must be given, and the instructor’s signature must be obtained.

A dropped class notation appears on the transcript indicating the date and week in which the course is dropped.

Graduate Students

Graduate students can drop classes using MyUCLA with no fee through the second week of the term. In weeks three through ten, they can drop classes through MyUCLA and are charged a per-class change fee. For retroactive drops after the last day of instruction, students must petition to drop a class and are charged a per-class change fee, a per-class penalty fee, and a per-class late fee. See the graduate drop deadlines.

Sours: https://registrar.ucla.edu/registration-classes/study-list/drop-a-class

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2021 Session Schedule For Summer Courses

Welcome to UCLA Summer Sessions! We are excited to have you join us this year for an exceptional and invigorating educational experience.


Important Note: UCLA has decided to transition all summer courses to remote learning for summer 2021. For more information, visit our Updates and Alerts page.


UCLA Summer Sessions offers students the chance to select between nine different session dates, each full of academic opportunities for you to make progress toward graduation. Each Session has a letter and a number. The letter indicates the start date: A (June 21), B (July 12), and C (August 2). The number indicates the length of the course in weeks.

Below are the 2021 session dates.

SESSION A
A3: June 21 - July 9
A6: June 21 - July 30
A8: June 21 - August 13
A10: June 21 - August 27

SESSION B
B3: July 12 - July 30

SESSION C
C3: August 2 - August 20
C6: August 2 - September 10

Sours: https://www.summer.ucla.edu/academiccourses/ushsstudent/registrationandenrollment


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