Grades & Transcripts
As a Concurrent Enrollment student, you will be graded like any other UCI student, except your name will not appear on the regular class roster. A few days after you officially enroll, faculty members can view your name on their Web Roster report. Your ID number for assignments and exams is the last seven digits of your DCE ID, preceded by “X” (e.g. X1234567). Failure to use this correct format may result in delayed grade postings. Final grades can be viewed by accessing your DCE web account. To view your course list, obtain receipts, or grades online, you must create an account from our homepage at ce.uci.edu. Click on My Account and follow instructions to create your account. If you need assistance, please call our Student Affairs Specialist at (949) 824-5414.
Grades are due one week after finals week. NR's are assigned if an instructor fails to submit grades by the deadline. If you receive a NR, you should contact the course instructor immediately to arrange for the NR to be changed to a grade. Grades earned through the Concurrent Enrollment program are recorded only at UCI Division of Continuing Education (DCE). They are not automatically transferred to the UCI Registrar. Students must purchase and submit their sealed official UCI DCE transcript to the University Registrar. Units earned through the Concurrent Enrollment Program may be transferable to the university.
You have up to one year (or less according to your instructor's discretion) to change an incomplete (I) grade. An incomplete grade can be revised only through arrangements with the instructor. You also have one quarter to change your No Record (NR) to a letter grade or it will default to a “F”; or “NP” grade per UCI Academic Senate Policy.
Visit the UCI DCE Transcripts page for more information about obtaining your transcripts.
For Concurrent Enrollment classes, pay fees by check, Visa, MasterCard, or American Express. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you will be submitting a check payment. Prior notification to email@example.com and the post-date on the mailed check payment must be dated by the deadline given in your approval email. A check returned unpaid by the bank, a stop payment placed on check, a credit card declined or chargeback does not constitute an official withdrawal from courses. There is a $25 returned check fee. If you have unpaid fees you will not be able to enroll in classes until such time as full payment is made by cashier's check, or money order. If you find it necessary to drop, please refer to the drops and refunds section.
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Courses with Lab/Materials Fees
All lab/materials fees are included in the course fee that you pay through UCI DCE. Keep your receipt in the event you need to show proof of payment. All fees are subject to change.
Those enrolling through Concurrent Enrollment are held to a maximum of 2 courses and may not exceed 8 units per quarter. If you are trying to complete a degree from UCI, you may exceed this limit only if you have a letter of authorization from your academic counselor. If you cannot obtain a letter from your academic counselor, or you have no future plans to attend UCI, you may petition with the Registrar of UCI DCE. Please submit your petition or authorization letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject title “Concurrent Enrollment Unit Petition”.
Students intending to transfer course credit to another college or university should first verify acceptance of the course at that institution.
A parking permit is required to park on the UCI campus at all times. Permits are available from the UCI Parking & Transportation Services, Building 7, Room 200, or you can use the metered parking spaces. Vehicles without a permit will be ticketed. For more information, call Parking & Transportation at (949) 824-7486.
The Concurrent Enrollment Program does not award degrees. If you wish to attend UCI on a full-time basis, you should apply for admission as a regular student. Admitted UCI Students are required to follow the guidelines outlined in the UCI General Catalogue. If you intend to transfer Concurrent Enrollment units to a degree program at UCI, you should verify acceptance of these units with the Admissions Office at (949) 824-6703. If you are taking graduate level classes, please consult the appropriate department to determine the acceptability of Concurrent Enrollment credit. Courses taken through Concurrent Enrollment are transferable to many academic institutions. Please consult with the school you are transferring to before registering in Concurrent Enrollment to determine if the course(s) are transferable. UCI is on the quarter system. One quarter unit equals 2/3 of a semester unit.
Fees for Concurrent Enrollment are assessed on a per course basis. Download the Concurrent Enrollment Fee Schedule.
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides network access and email accounts to Concurrent Enrollment students. You can access these services by using your “UCInetID” (your campus login) and password. Your UCInetID needs to be “activated” before you can use it – this process also allows you to choose your password. Go to UCInetID Activation. Choose the link “Faculty, Staff and Students” under UCInetID Activation and follow the instructions. For your student number, use “X” plus the last 7 digits of your DCE ID# (for example, X1234567). Your UCInetID may be activated three business days after your Concurrent Enrollment registration is processed and it remains valid for the quarter you are enrolled.
For information on how to setup and check your UCI email account, please visit the Getting Started with E-mail page.
Computer labs are available for your use throughout the campus. Current information on drop-in labs may be found at the OIT Drop-In Labs page. For more information visit the OIT web site or call the OIT Help Desk at 949-824-2222. Option #3.
Due to COVID-19, the Anteater Recreation Center is closed until further notice. Visit UCI Campus Recreation for more information.