UC reciprocity and UC eligibility??

<p>Hi everyone, thanks for taking the time to read my post.</p>

<p>I've tried emailing the undergrad admissions office at UCLA and not gotten any response, so i'm hoping someone on cc knows the answers to my questions.</p>

<p>anyways, i am currently at a UC and i would like to transfer to UCLA's engineering school. i am hoping to have UC reciprocity, and my question is, do i have to complete my current UC's upper division GE's as well as lower division?? i've heard both, so if anyone has done a UC/UC transfer with UC reciprocity or knows for sure, please let me know.</p>

<p>also, on UCLA's engineering school's website, it states that "At least one course from the arts, humanities or social sciences is required for UC eligibility." does this mean i can take any course under arts, humanities, or social sciences at my current UC and it will cover this requirement? does it matter if i take this class for p/np credit or for a letter grade? or, since i am already a current UC student, am i automatically uc eligible?</p>

<p>thanks again for reading :) and i appreciate any help!</p>

<p>please help?</p>

<p>I'm pretty sure "At least one course from the arts, humanities or social sciences is required for UC eligibility" is for CC students, not UC students. </p>

<p>You have upper division GEs? UCSB has none of that. I would contact UCLA undergraduate admissions via email, they've been extremely helpful and responsive (I usually get a reply within a business week) to my off the wall UC to UC questions. </p>

<p>UCLA Undergraduate Admissions -> <a href="mailto:ugadm@saonet.ucla.edu">ugadm@saonet.ucla.edu</a></p>

<p>thank you so much! :)</p>

<p>just wondering, i called undergrad admissions a couple weeks ago and they gave me this email to contact for transfer questions: <a href="mailto:ugradadm@ea.ucla.edu">ugradadm@ea.ucla.edu</a>, but i've gotten no response after a week.</p>

<p>i will definitely give the other email a try, but is there a difference between the two emails?</p>

<p>nevermind, i just checked online and the ea email is for engineering admissions, while the other one is for general undergrad admissions</p>