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  • 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.
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    • Personal and Career tools
  • Enrolling in Classes; Find out information about enrolling in classes at UCSD
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    • Withdrawal
    • Writing requirement
    • UCSD General Catalog
  • Grades: Find out information about grades at UCSD.
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    • 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 are interested in helping UC San Diego Extension international students with English conversational skills in exchange for another language can volunteer as a Conversation Partner in the Conversation Partner Program through UC San Diego Extension.

The Conversation Partners Program List is a list of UCSD students and employees who would like to help UCSD Extension International Programs (IP) students with English conversation, usually in exchange for practice with another language (i.e. if you are trying to learn Japanese you could pair up with a Japanese student and practice English half of the time and Japanese the other half) and/or you can just offer to help students with English. This is a great way to improve your foreign language conversation skills and learn about other cultures.

Conversation Partners should have a fluent understanding and proficient use of the English language, including the ability to speak without a heavy accent, write accurately in regards to grammar, and have in-depth knowledge and understanding of English language idioms, slang, and American culture.  Conversation Partners should also be easily understood by low-level English proficiency students.

To learn more and to sign up for the Conversation Partner Program, please CLICK HERE

 

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.

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