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Campus and Area Information

Campus Information

Area Information



  • Major requirements: Print your major requirement checklist.
  • Two-year plans: Print two-year plans to complete your major for transfer students.
  • Four-year plans: Pring four-year plans to complete your major for freshmen.
  • Petitions: Find out how to petition classes for major/minor credit.
  • Academic Success: Campus Resources
  • My TritonLink Tools: Find links to access online tools
    • Advising tools
    • Classes and Enrollment tools
    • Grades and Transcript tools
    • Financial tools
    • Personal and Career tools
  • Enrolling in Classes; Find out information about enrolling in classes at UCSD
    • Tools
    • Calendars
    • Undergraduate enrollment
    • Special types of enrollment
    • Textbooks
    • Withdrawal
    • Writing requirement
    • UCSD General Catalog
  • Grades: Find out information about grades at UCSD.
    • Tools
    • Getting Started

Academic Forms

  • Simultaneous UC enrollment application (PDF)
  • Special Studies 197, 198 & 199 enrolllment application (PDF)
  • Undergraduate Student Petition (PDF)

Language Resources

Conversation Partnership Program

UCSD students or UCSD employees who might be interested in being a Conversation Partner can join the Conversation Partnership Program offered through UCSD Extension. Please e-mail from your UCSD e-mail account with the following information:

  • Full name,
  • E-mail address that students can contact you,
  • Language(s) you would like to exchange for,
  • UCSD affiliation (i.e. UCSD student or employee)

e.g.: Jane Smith Will exchange for Korean or Turkish. UCSD student.

For more information, please contact:

Alison Sanchirico
Fluency Development Program Coordinator
UC San Diego Extension International Programs
Office Hours: M- F, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Language Tables

The Language Tables are one of International House's most popular programs. Each quarter a variety of language tables are hosted and attended by students, staff, faculty, and anyone from the public willing to join. Language Tables provide the chance to teach and learn a language in a natural environment.

For the Language Table schedule, please visit the International House.