Enrollment Requests

Spring 2024
Prospective students can start submitting Concurrent Enrollment requests March 13, 2024.

Additional Procedural Information

The following steps are the starting point for prospective students to begin the modified Concurrent Enrollment request process:

  • View the UC Riverside General Catalog and the Schedule of Classes for the upcoming quarter.
  • Decide which class(es) you are attempting to attend. Consider choosing an alternative class in case your choice is filled.
  • Download the Digital Concurrent Enrollment Registration form.
  • Complete the student & course information sections (top sections of the Concurrent Enrollment form). Using a single form for each course.
  • Retrieve any unofficial transcripts showing completed coursework from higher education institutions for campus' prerequisite check process. You will need these for the submittal process below.
    • If you previously took courses as a UCR Undergraduate/Graduate campus matriculated student, you'll need to retrieve an unofficial transcript via your campus student portal to include in your submittal to us.
  • If you previously took courses through UCR University Extension, we have your academic record from Extension and will include them within our submittal via DocuSign to campus.
  • Email both your completed form (top student & course sections only) & digital copies of unofficial transcripts from step 5 above to UCR University Extension via our inbox for review.
  • Prospective student's requests will be reviewed for completion of our DocuSign approval process with campus.
    • You will be issued temporary iLearn access through University Extension in the interim period during the DocuSign approval process with campus.
  • You will receive a message to review and sign a DocuSign envelope for each course you are attempting to enroll via Concurrent Enrollment and have submitted forms.
  • Further correspondence will come from UCR University Extension either via email or via DocuSign initiated notices related to approval/rejections of enrollment requests. We recommend that you monitor your email inbox that you provided on your Concurrent Enrollment form for messages.

If it is your first time to enroll into campus courses via Concurrent Enrollment, we will access a $50 application fee within your invoice of your first approved course. The application fee is nonrefundable.

  • Colleges across UCR campus have varied policies related to reviewing timeframes of Concurrent Enrollment request forms. Please note that some colleges begin reviewing forms week 3 of the quarter. For this reason, UCR University Extension provides temporary iLearn access to prospective Concurrent students for course access during the interim period.
  • Concurrent Enrollment requests that are "approved" by all required campus signers via DocuSign: UCR University Extension will formally enroll you into these course sections and you will receive a notice via email (email address included on Concurrent form) with an invoice including a due date for tuition and associated required fees.
    • You'll need to access your student portal for UCR University Extension and provide payment via credit/debit card (Visa/Master/Discover cards). On the Log-in Screen: Use the left column for "I have an account already." Your username would be your email address provided on your form & you can use the forgot password and/or username features if needed. After accessing your student portal, you will find the invoice within your navigational menu under "my invoices." You will need to select the invoice for payment and then proceed thru the shopping cart payment process.
  • If you had previously applied for a private student loan and were approved through the 3rd party, you should reach out to UCR University Extension via email to following receipt of the invoice(s) to request usage of loan funds.
  • For general inquiries related to Concurrent Enrollment, please contact us via email at


Deadlines/Late Fees

Completed enrollment forms submitted later than the third week of the quarter will be assessed a late fee of $50 for each class.

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Students are responsible for obtaining signatures, filling out forms properly, paying fees, meeting deadlines, having the instructor add them to the class rosters, informing the UCR University Extension Student Services Office of changes of address, etc. As a University Extension student, you have only limited access to regular campus services. University Extension provides an application for library privileges upon request.

Credit and Transferable Units

Concurrent course units are transferable to a degree-granting institution under certain circumstances. Please consult with that school regarding the transferability of units. University Extension does not grant degrees. Students being admitted or readmitted to UC Riverside with XRC prefix courses receive grade points, as well as unit credit. Students expecting to graduate with a bachelor's degree from UC Riverside are cautioned that XRC prefix courses are not counted as taken in residence at UC Riverside, and 35 of the final 45 units completed by each student prior to receiving the baccalaureate degree must be earned in residence at UC Riverside.


Grades for concurrent courses are recorded only at UCR University Extension. They are not automatically transferred to the UC Riverside Registrar. Transcripts must be requested electronically or in person. They are available for a fee of $13 per copy. There is an additional $7 rush fee for transcripts produced while you wait. Get more information on the transcripts page.


Concurrent student names will not appear on the regular class roster. Instructors will receive a grade roster from the UCR University Extension Student Services Office at the end of the quarter. Grade reports are mailed to students after grades are posted.

Financial Aid

Because University Extension is self-supporting and does not participate in financial aid programs, no financial aid is available. For information on private loan programs, please visit our Financial and Tuition Resources page. For additional questions contact the University Extension Student Services Office at 951.827.4105.


A $5 fee will be charged for transfer from one course to another. No transfers after the third week of the quarter.


Prerequisites vary depending on which class is being taken. For specific information, please see the course listing in the UC Riverside General Catalog.

University Policies and Campus Regulations

UCR Extension abides by all policies and regulations regarding student conduct and discipline, sexual harassment, substance abuse, and nondiscrimination as prescribed by the University of California, Riverside, Student Conduct and Academic Integrity.


  • 1 unit: Undergraduate $281/Graduate $349
  • 2 units: Undergraduate $562/Graduate $698
  • 3 units: Undergraduate $843/Graduate $1,047
  • 4 units: Undergraduate $1,124/Graduate $1,396
  • 5 units: Undergraduate $1,405/Graduate $1,745

Concurrent students enrolled in MBA courses will also be assessed professional fees. For 8 units or less the fee is $3,808 and for more than 8 units the fee is $7,616. An additional, mandatory technology fee of $4/unit will be charged for all course enrollments. Other fees may also be charged to cover additional expenses or individual instruction. In addition, higher fees may be charged to cover additional expenses, labs, etc., or individual instruction. For more information on the Concurrent Enrollment Program, fees and the application process, contact University Extension at 951.827.4105. International Students from a partner institution or educational agency representing University Extension who wish to take UCR Campus classes, please click here for more program information and to apply. International Students admitted to graduate programs at UCR who wish to take UCR courses prior to enrolling in their program, can take these courses through the University Extension's OUP program. Click here for information about the OUP program.


All withdrawals must be requested in writing. Forms are available at Student Services. Both the instructor and University Extension must be notified when a class is dropped. Otherwise, a grade of "F" may be reported. Students can withdraw from classes until the end of the sixth week of the quarter. The refund policy for concurrent enrollments follows campus policy. Withdrawing on or after the first day of instruction: No refunds will be given after the fifth week of the quarter.

  • 2-7 calendar days - 90% of refundable fees
  • 8-18 calendar days - 50% of refundable fees
  • 19-35 calendar days - 25% of refundable fees
  • 36+ calendar days - 0% of refundable fees