In one year, a counselor in California can help guide hundreds of students in their college ambitions. The tools below can help counselors gain efficiency and stay informed about UC admission news.
UC Admissions Calculator
The UC Admissions Calculator will tell freshman applicants if they are in the top 9 percent of California high school graduates and eligible for UC admission through the statewide path. It is not a predictor of whether specific campuses will admit a student.
UC Scout Online Learning
Scout from University of California provides high quality curricular choice and opportunity to middle schools and high schools in California, across the nation and beyond. It is a full-service online learning platform for students interested in Advanced Placement, Honors, credit recovery, or “a-g” college prep courses. California public school students are eligible for a full discount on Scout courses—contact an Academic Talent Scout to learn more.
California Mathematics Diagnostic Testing Project (MDTP)
The California MDTP provides math assessment tools to help evaluate the math courses your students need to be fully prepared for success at the UC level.
Financial Aid Tools
To be considered for any form of financial aid, students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or a California Dream Act Application for the upcoming academic year—applications should be submitted by March 2 for priority consideration. The FAFSA is available beginning on October 1, 2017 for fall 2018 applicants.
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)—UC Davis School Code 001313
- California Dream Act Application—UC Davis School Code 001313
- UC Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan
- UC Middle Class Scholarship
- UC Davis Aggie Grant
- UC Davis Net Price Calculator
Transcripts and Testing Agencies
All admitted students must submit official final transcript(s) by July 1; those attending summer school immediately before enrolling at UC Davis must also arrange to have official summer transcripts sent by September 1. High school transcripts must include the graduation date. Admitted freshmen must also submit official ACT with Writing or SAT with Essay examination scores and official final transcripts from any colleges attended.
- To have ACT scores sent, contact:
ACT Records at 319-337-1313; use the Davis ACT code (0454)
- To have AP scores sent, contact:
AP Services at 609-771-7300 or 888-225-5427; use the Davis CEEB code (004834)
- To have SAT scores sent, contact:
College Board SAT Program at 866-756-7346 for domestic calls
or 212-713-7789 for international calls; use the Davis CEEB code (004834)
- To have IB transcripts sent, contact:
International Baccalaureate Office at 212-696-4464
University of California Counselor Website
The UC counselor information website provides systemwide information for counselors.