?'s transfering to UC

<p>I am a california community college student. Do the UC's based their admission decision just on the cumulative G.P.A. you earn by the time you actually apply (November 30)? Or do they also take into account future grades in courses that have not been completed until the end of the various planned semesters?</p>

<p>they will just consider the gpa you earn up to the end of the fall semester.
but you still need to get above C in the spring semester.</p>

<p>a quick question...if November 30 is the deadline to turn in the UC application and my fall semester usually ends in early December...how will they know my Fall semester grades if I will not recieve them by the November 30 deadline? So does that mean for transfer students, do we turn in mid-year reports? or what does it mean? How will they use my Fall semester grades as a part of my G.P.A. if I don't put it on my application because the semester hasnt ended yet? </p>

<p>If anyone can assist me..that would be great!</p>

<p>Well, you can update the UCs after you turn in your application. I think you can do that online after you submit your app.</p>

<p>In January we're required to send in our WIP forms (online, I believe). They won't review the application until they receive it. The grades from the work in progress are considered in the application progress.</p>

<p>allie, will we be able to update via WIP forms with spring quarter grades as well?</p>

<p>Im not positive about this, but what I understand is that they make decisions in Feb/March/April under the assumption that youll pass with Cs. If you're accepted, they'll ask for transcripts, which is when they'll verify that you passed.</p>

<p>In response to Applemouth's question, the GPA that you give them on your application is your GPA from all work up to this fall. For instance, if you took summer classes, include those grades. Fall grades will be reported on the WIP and will be considered in the review process. This is the GPA they'll consider in your decision, the overall GPA (on the application) is used, to my understanding, for comparison.</p>

<p>i have a question</p>

<p><strong>allie</strong>, you said your first year grades and your fall semester of your second year count toward admissions, right?</p>

<p>however, im in a different situation, because my CC is on the quarter system. for me, the first year grades count, and the fall and winter quarters count as well, right? or is it just the fall quarter for the second year?</p>

<p>i know that grades i get in spring quarter of the second year dont count, all i have to do is pass those classes hahaha.</p>

<p>please reply

<p>I don't know very much about transfers from a quarter system, so my best advice is just check with your school's transfer office or make an appointment with a counselor and check with them. Also, you might want to check Pathways, they might have answers for you there. </p>

<p><a href="http://www.ucop.edu/pathways/%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.ucop.edu/pathways/&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>It may depend on where your winter quarter falls, since Im pretty sure that they're strict about the WIP deadline, which is late january/early february. You might be off the hook for winter, but check with someone who knows for sure to be safe.</p>

<p>ALLIE...thanks for the help. I greatly appreciate it!</p>