UC Intercampus Exchange Program

The UC Intercampus Exchange Program (ICX) allows UC graduate students to seek contact with distinguished faculty, scholars, fields of study, and resources not available on their home campus. For more information on intercampus exchange policy view Standards & Procedures for Graduate Study.

Eligibility

  1. Complete at least one quarter of study prior to beginning the exchange.
  2. Cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or above.
  3. Registration and enrollment in a state-supported program; special-fee and self-supported programs are ineligible.
  4. Unless specifically restricted, fellowship recipients are eligible.
  1. Separate applications are required for each term.
  2. The Intercampus Exchange Program is not offered during summer.

Application Instructions – UCLA Graduate Students

  1. Complete the UC Intercampus Exchange Program Application listed above on this page.
  2. Obtain approval from your home department chair or authorized faculty advisor.
  3. Submit the signed application at least four weeks before the proposed term via email to academicservices@grad.ucla.edu or in person to 1255 Murphy Hall (office hours: 9am – 4pm).
  4. Upon review and approval, the UCLA Graduate Division sends your application to the host campus’s Graduate Division/Graduate Studies Office for course instructor and host department chair review.
  5. The host campus Graduate Division/Graduate Studies Office will contact you to coordinate your course enrollment on their campus once your application has been approved.

Application Instructions – Graduate Students from other UC Campus

Students at other UC campuses should consult with their Graduate Division/Graduate Studies Office regarding their eligibility to participate in the UC Intercampus Exchange Program.

  1. Complete the UC Intercampus Exchange Program Application listed above on this page.
  2. Obtain approval from your home campus department chair.
  3. Submit the application to your campus’s Graduate Division/Graduate Studies Office at least four weeks before the school term begins.
  4. Following the submission and approval, your campus’s Graduate Division/Graduate Studies Office will submit your application to the UCLA Registrar’s Office.
  5. The UCLA Registrar’s Office will obtain course instructor and department chair’s review.
  6. The UCLA Registrar’s Office will contact you to coordinate your course enrollment once your application is approved.

Registration and Fees

Graduate students must register and pay fees at their home campus to have library, health services, and other student privileges on the host campus. Penalty fees for late enrollment may apply.

ICX students are considered graduate students in residence on the home campus and are not formally admitted to the host graduate school and department. They may not have the same privileges as students enrolled in the host campus’s program.

Health Insurance

For more information about using health insurance away from your home campus contact the University Health Services unit at your home campus.

Grades

Grades are provided to the home campus and will appear on the graduate student’s academic record. Graduate students must make sure their names appear on the course roster so that participation can be verified.