How to Qualify
All students who wish to join the College Honors Program must apply by submitting the online MyUCLA application by the deadline.
There are two ways you may qualify for the College Honors Program - by GPA and Test Scores OR by Class Rank:
It is important that you meet one of the two requirements above. Also, please note that meeting the minimum requirements above does not guarantee admission to the program.
*UCLA Honors Programs reserves the right to modify or adjust its admission requirements.
How to Apply
MyUCLA Application: Log-on to MyUCLA and click on the "Honors Application" link found under "My Features." Follow the directions below according to the admissions criteria you will be using to qualify for the College Honors program (only one of the two categories below will apply):
RE: Verification of Class Rank
405 Hilgard Ave
A-311 Murphy Hall Box 951414
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1414
Please note that qualifying via class rank does not guarantee admission to the program.
Due to unforeseen computer and network mishaps, students should apply well ahead of the posted deadline, as late applications will not be accepted. If you were admitted to UCLA on the day of our application deadline (or after our application deadline has passed), please contact our office immediately. You may contact us by phone at (310) 825-1553 or email if you encounter difficulties sending your application. Please don't forget to include your UCLA ID number.
Check the status of your application
Check the results of your application
Please note that in compliance with records privacy regulations, we do not discuss student records over the phone, nor do we disclose information about a student's status or records to any person outside of the student (including parents, counselors, teachers, and guardians).
Good luck and we hope to meet with you soon!
*Weighted, Capped: As mentioned on the UC application, only grades from the 10th and 11th grades are used for GPA calculation. Therefore, your "weighted, capped" GPA is capped at a maximum of eight semesters of honors/AP/IP or CL courses from the Academic Subject Requirements (A-G) for the 10th and 11th grades only. For more details about the A-G requirements, please refer to the UCLA Admissions website. Please note that the UCLA Honors Programs Office does NOT calculate applicants' GPAs to fit into the "unweighted," "uncapped," and "weighted, capped" GPA categories. The "weighted, capped" GPA information used by Honors for incoming freshmen is pulled from the UCLA Admissions database, based on records submitted to that office.