UCLA Cross-Registration Agreement

Mount Saint Mary’s University has a cross-registration agreement with the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), the purpose of which is to supplement and enrich the MSMU academic program and to provide an opportunity for UCLA students to take Mount courses. Full-time Mount baccalaureate students who have sophomore, junior, or senior standing and a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or better may, with the permission of the University Registrar, take one undergraduate course at UCLA per semester, but no more than four courses toward the degree. No more than two such courses will count toward the MSMU residency requirement; courses taken at UCLA must not be among those available at MSMU. Courses taken at UCLA under this arrangement will be included in the student’s load at the University, and, except for specific course laboratory or studio fees, no additional tuition or fees will be charged. It is not intended that MSMU students take courses at UCLA to fulfill general studies requirements. No course taken at UCLA will count as an honors course at MSMU. Transportation to such courses and parking fees are the responsibility of the student enrolled. For information and procedures, consult the Office of the Registrar on the Chalon campus. This agreement does not apply to UCLA Extension courses.