Summer Intensive Studies provide a unique opportunity to complete a 10-week course in just three weeks or a three-quarter long series in just nine weeks.

The following courses will be offered in Summer 2019 as a 3-week Intensive Studies course.

JUNE 24 – JULY 12
Chemistry 14A: General Chemistry for Life Scientists I
Chemistry 30A: Organic Chemistry I - Structure and Reactivity
Chemistry 153A: Biochemistry - Introduction to Structure, Enzymes, and Metabolism

JULY 15 – AUGUST 2

Chemistry 14B: General Chemistry for Life Scientists II
Chemistry 30B: Organic Chemistry II - Reactivity, Synthesis, and Spectroscopy
Chemistry 153C: Biochemistry - Biosynthetic and Energy Metabolism and Its Regulation

AUGUST 5 – AUGUST 23

Chemistry 14C: Structure of Organic Molecules
Chemistry 30C: Organic Chemisty III - Reactivity, Synthesis, and Biomolecules
Chemistry 153B: Biochemsitry: DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis


Course Restrictions

Requisites

Please read the course description before enrolling in any Intensive Studies course to ensure that you have fulfilled the requisite(s).

For UCLA students, MyUCLA will automatically check to see if the enforced requisites have been met. Students wishing to complete more than one Summer Intensive Studies course may complete a Student Update Form and email the form to info@summer.ucla.edu to enroll.

For all other students, if you have had experience comparable to the listed requisite, you may enroll. Transcripts or proof of completion of a requisite course is not required for visiting Summer Sessions students.


Unit Maximum

College of Letters and Science students, graduate students, and visiting non-UCLA students may take a maximum of 18 units per summer. All other UCLA students may take a maximum of 16 units.

If you wish to exceed your study load limit, you must obtain approval from your respective school or college.


Adding Intensive Studies Courses

UCLA Students

UCLA students can enroll in a Summer Intensive Studies course online via MyUCLA using the Class Planner or Find a Class and Enroll function. Submission of a deposit payment is not required for UCLA students. However, the processing fee of $150 will be assessed if all summer courses are dropped regardless of whether instruction has begun.

Please contact UCLA Summer Sessions at info@summer.ucla.edu should you experience any issues with enrollment.


Visiting Students

Whether new or returning to UCLA Summer Sessions, all visiting students including other UC students must complete our Academic Course Registration first in order to enroll in Summer Intensive Studies courses.

Once you have submitted the online registration form and the $150 nonrefundable deposit , an email will be sent to you with your UCLA ID number. Please note that even if you already have a UCLA ID and logon, you will not have access to MyUCLA summer enrollment options unless your registration is complete.

Registration is not complete until the deposit is paid in full. Those who are not prepared to pay can submit their registration form and access their existing registration at another time to make the deposit.

This deposit is nonrefundable even if you drop all courses before they begin. For additional information about refund policies, please refer to FEES AND PAYMENT in the left menu bar.

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.



Dropping Intensive Studies Courses

Important: Before dropping or attempting to drop any Intensive Studies course, please read and understand the following summer policies.

  • If you drop a Summer Intensive Study course after the refund deadline, you will be held liable for the full cost of the class. Please refer to the refund policies and deadlines before dropping.
  • A course may NOT be dropped or removed from your record if you may any attempt to take the final examination.
  • The drop procedure is dependent on whether or not the course is impacted. Chemistry 30A, 30B, 30C and Chemistry 153A, 153B, 153C are impacted courses and therefore subject to the impacted course drop procedures.

Non-Impacted Intensive Studies Courses

Chemistry 14A, 14B, and 14C are subject to the drop procedures below:

  • Before the final week of the course: Sign-in to MyUCLA, select "Classes," then "Drop a Class" and proceed with the course cancellation.
  • Final week of the course: Submit a Student Update Form with the instructor's signature provided on the form to 1331 Murphy Hall during regular business hours or via email (info@summer.ucla.edu).

Impacted Intensive Studies Courses

Chemistry 30A, 30B, 30C, 153A, 153B, and 153C are considered impacted and subject to the drop procedures below:


Fees and Payment

Fees

The fee for a summer course is calculated based on the unit value the course carries and your student status. In addition to the course fee, students are assessed other campus and administrative fees during the summer. Below is a summary of fees that may apply.

Note: All fees are subject to change without prior notice.

Summary of Fees

2019 Unit Fee $279 per unit (UC Undergrad) | $349 per unit (UC Graduate Student) | $355 per unit (all others)
IEI Fee $61 per summer (students without a bachelor's degree)
Document Fee

Document fee covers a lifetime supply of official transcripts mailed by USPS first class mail. Summer-only visiting students, except visiting UC students, will be assessed a one-time document fee during their first summer term; returning summer-only students will not be subject to the document fee. For more information, please click here.

$50 assessed only for the first summer term at UCLA
Late Add Fee

A non-refundable late fee of $50 will be assessed for each course added after Friday of second week of the session. 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.

$50 per class added after second week

Financial Aid

UCLA financial aid is available only to qualified UCLA students, including newly admitted UCLA students beginning in the fall 2019.

All visiting students, including other UC students , should check with their home institution regarding financial aid options.

All registered Summer Sessions students assume full responsibility for all fees regardless of their financial aid status and are held to the UCLA Summer Sessions payment deadlines.

Other University of California campuses may offer financial aid for Summer Study at UCLA. If you are a current UC student, please check with your home financial aid office.

UC Financial Aid Offices


Payment Deadline

Note: All deadlines are in Pacific Daylight Time (PDT). Please take the time zone into consideration when making arrangements to process your payment.

Student Type Payment Deadline
Visiting Non-UC Students: May 17 (5PM)
UC Students: June 21 (5PM)

*If enrolling after the payment deadline, please consult with UCLA Summer Sessions (info@summer.ucla.edu) to determine the next payment deadline. These payment deadlines may be extended only for UC students who are identified by their respective UC financial aid office as summer financial aid recipients. No exception requests by individual UC students will be accepted regardless of their UC summer financial aid status. Those who are granted exception will be notified of the extended payment deadline.


Refund and Cancellation Policy

2019 Refund Deadlines for Summer Intensive Studies

Intensive Studies Session Dates Refund Deadline
June 24 – July 12 5PM, June 28
July 15 – August 2 5PM, July 19
August 5 – August 23 5PM, August 9

Refund Policy

UCLA students are not required to pay a deposit prior to summer enrollment. However, a processing fee of $150 will be assessed if all summer courses are dropped at any point in time, regardless of whether instruction has begun. This processing fee is not refundable under any circumstances.

Excluding the processing fee, the following fees are refundable only if the course is dropped before the course's refund deadline (specified above):

  • Course fee
  • Instructional Enhancement Initiative (IE) fee
  • Material use fee(s)
  • Campus- based fees (if all courses dropped)
  • Document fee (if all courses dropped)

These fees are 100% NON-refundable if dropped after the refund deadline, and you will be financially liable for any courses you are enrolled in past the refund deadline.



Housing

Housing through UCLA Housing Services is available for periods of 6, 8, 9, 10, and 12 weeks. Those interested in applying may find more information on the UCLA Housing Services website.

For students whose Intensive Studies course or courses fall outside the available housing periods, you may consider other housing opportunities such as the UCLA Summer Hostel.