Priority consideration during the evaluation process for admission with:
Able to go directly into the Campuswide Honors program at UC Irvine with: View flyer
Honors to Honors Benefits include:
*Students not eligible for financial aid via FAFSA are still eligible/awarded the Regent's
Important Note: Course on ASSIST "not articulated" for the major from Cabrillo need to be completed elsewhere. All major preparation courses must be completed to be eligible for Honors to Honors.
UCI Campuswide Honors is a "campus within a campus" - a tight-knit group of students. They have their own advisor, and research and seminar requirements that set the program apart from other departments. The program is centralized for the entire campus, but each individual department also has their own honors program, e.g. Biology, Engineering, with student lounges, etc. There are about 750 students currently (2016) in the Campuswide Honors program. Whether you are admitted Honors to Honors or not, you may still apply as a transfer student into Campuswide Honors up until the end of your first quarter at UCI.
UCI also has an Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program - in fact, UCI has the highest percentage of students in the UC system involved in actual research during the undergraduate careers - approximately 90%.
Lastly, in terms of general education, most UCI transfers are better served with IGETC than by following the UCI campus-specific general education pattern.