During the summer, UCLA opens its door to high school students , as well as college students and working professionals. We invite you to come and study in a welcoming environment that appreciates diversity and global perspectives.
High school students enrolled in academic courses may apply for housing through UCLA Housing Services.
Please note that UCLA Housing Services requires students to be 16 or older by June 1, 2015 to be eligible and does not provide supervision.
There are select academic courses that can be combined, offering an integrated, SPECIALIZED CURRICULUM. Click here to explore these unique opportunities including courses specifically designed for international students.
Whether you are trying to get into that impacted course you couldn't during the academic year, exploring your career options, completing those last few courses to graduate, or even taking your first college course as a high school student, UCLA Summer Sessions is here to help you with the next step in your academic career.
Join the tens of thousands of students who have reported that UCLA Summer Sessions is an invigorating and unforgettable experience academically, culturally, and socially. You will have an experience that will challenge and inspire you.
WHO YOU ARE
To provide you with more information on academic courses, including fees, registration, housing, visa requirements and much more, we first need to know who you are as policies and deadlines may vary by student types.
Listed below are the six student types for summer registration purposes. Please read the description of the group you think you belong to in order to determine which student type you are.
(UNDER)GRADUATE OR PROFESSIONAL
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
YOUR SUMMER AT UCLA IS A CLICK AWAY
If you are ready to plan your summer at UCLA, click on the link that best describes your student type. Each page contains information on REGISTRATION, ENROLLMENT, FEES, PAYMENT, REFUND, ACADEMIC POLICIES such as GRADES, and more, applicable to the designated student population.