2012 UC Davis TAG Update

January 3, 2012 Category: University of California News

UC Davis sent out a recent notification indicating an update to their 2012 Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) program.  This update includes an outlook for winter and spring admission to UC Davis and to announce a new online reporting system for California community college course reductions affecting fall 2012 applicants.

Similar to past years, UC Davis will be closed for winter and spring term TAGs and applicants, with very limited ability to grant appeals. Admitting transfer students during the fall allows them to provide entering students with the most comprehensive support to help ensure their academic success.

UC Davis has approved 2,307 TAGs for fall 2012. Students are encouraged to stay focused on achieving their goals by responding to our inquiries promptly, complete required coursework and maintain a strong GPA. All students with TAGs must complete the Transfer Academic Update with fall 2011 grades and any coursework changes by January 31. Their TAG Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) can help answer many of the questions that students may have about their UC Davis TAG contract.

A note to California community college counselors:

If your campus must drop or cancel courses during winter or spring terms that are comparable to those listed at the end of this message, please use our new online system to notify us of these changes. Counseling service deans, transfer directors, articulation officers and TAG coordinators at your campus are receiving this message–we encourage you to work with your colleagues to have one person submit course availability information for your campus. Please submit any changes by January 27, 2012 so that we can take these into consideration before making admission decisions for fall 2012.

UC DAVIS SELECTIVE MAJOR COURSES FOR FALL 2012 APPLICANTS

 

  • Anthropology 1(ANTHRO 1)
  • Anthropology 2 (ANTHRO 2)
  • Anthropology 4 (ANTHRO 4)
  • Biological Sciences 10 (BIOLSCI 10)
  • Biological Sciences 2A/B/C (BIOLSCI 2A/B/C)
  • Chemistry 1A/B (CHEM 1A/B)
  • Chemistry 8A/B (CHEM 8A/B)
  • Chemistry 118A/B (CHEM 118A/B)
  • Chemistry 128A/B (CHEM 128A/B)
  • Chemistry 129A (CHEM 129A)
  • Communication 1 (COMUNCN 1)
  • Communication 3 (COMUNCN 3)
  • Economics 1A/B (ECON 1A/B)
  • Engineering 4 (ENGIN 4)
  • Engineering 6 (ENGIN 6)
  • Engineering 17 (ENGIN 17)
  • Engineering 35 (ENGIN 35)
  • Engineering 45 (ENGIN 45)
  • Engineering: Computer Science 20 (ENG CS 20)
  • Engineering: Computer Science 30 (ENG CS 30)
  • Engineering: Computer Science 40 (ENG CS 40)
  • Engineering: Computer Science 50 (ENG CS 50)
  • Engineering: Computer Science 60 (ENG CS 60)
  • Engineering: Electrical and Computer 70 (ENG CS 70)
  • English 3 (ENGLISH 3)
  • History 4C (HISTORY 4C)
  • History 10C (HISTORY 10C)
  • International Relations 1 (INT REL 1)
  • Linguistics 1 (LINGUIS 1)
  • Mathematics 16A/B/C (MATH 16A/B/C)
  • Mathematics 17A/B/C (MATH 17A/B/C)
  • Mathematics 21A/B/C/D (MATH 21A/B/C/D)
  • Mathematics 22A/B (MATH 22A/B)
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 10 (MOL&CB 10)
  • Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior 10 (NE PH B 10)
  • Physics 1A/B (PHYSICS 1A/B)
  • Physics 7A (PHYSICS 7A)
  • Physics 9A/B/C/D (PHYSICS 9A/B/C/D)
  • Political Science 3 (POL SCI 3)
  • Psychology 1 (PSYCH 1)
  • Psychology 41 (PSYCH 41)
  • Sociology 1 (SOCIOL 1)
  • Sociology 46B (SOCIOL 46B)
  • Statistics 13 (STATIST 13)
  • University Writing Program 1 (UWP 1)
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