Failure to notify UA may result in the cancellation of your admission.
Any change of coursework listed as “in progress” and “planned” or any grade of a D or F that has not been reported to the UA through the above website and approved may result in the cancellation of your admission.
We want you to be successful in the admissions process and join our campus community in the fall.
Please note: ONLY students who have submitted all required records by specified deadlines (test scores/transcripts) will be assigned an enrollment appointment.
Complying with the conditions within the set deadlines is crucial to finalizing your admission.
Doing so will save you the stress involved with a cancellation and the time to appeal which, in the end, may not result in the reinstatement of your admission to UC Santa Cruz.
If you do decide to drop the class, you will need to notify Undergraduate Admissions through the It is impossible to say what the result would be from a dropped class in the senior year because each student’s record is unique, so the results can differ among students.
The important thing is to notify the Office of Admissions immediately when changes are made to your coursework. The instructions on the UC application are explicit – you were required to list all courses and grades, regardless of whether you had repeated certain courses for better grades.
Immediately notify Undergraduate Admissions of any D or F grades as instructed below.
Doing so may allow UA the discretion to provide you with options (if appropriate) to maintain your admission.