Summer Success Program Student Checklist 

We are pleased you have been accepted to participate in a Summer Success Program (SSP) at UC San Diego.

The checklist of action items are required to be completed before the start of SSP. Most of these tasks are mandatory and if not completed by the deadline, may prevent you from participating in SSP.

All program notifications will be sent to your UCSD email address please log in to your UCSD email address to receive further instructions on your program.

Accepted students are to be held accountable for the program's additional requirements. Failure to provide these documents will result in your admission to the program being rescinded. Please see you program below for more details.

Contact your program coordinator below if you have any questions.

Summer Bridge

Summer Bridge Program 2018 Checklist

All program notifications will be sent to your UCSD email address please log in to your UCSD email address to receive further instructions on your program.

Thank you for confirming your participation in the OASIS Summer Bridge Program! We are looking forward to having you join the Summer Bridge family for our 41st year! We are looking forward to meeting you and providing an experience that will help your transition to a successful university education.

To fully participate in Summer Bridge, you must complete the following checklist action items as soon as possible AND prior to your arrival in August. Please be sure to check your UCSD email frequently for urgent messages and updates from Summer Bridge Staff AND to read the entire checklist prior to beginning any step, that way you can plan accordingly.

Please contact Summer Bridge Staff for any questions at 858-534-2801 or by email: summerbridge@ucsd.edu

Please note that failure to complete the following items will result in your Summer Bridge acceptance being revoked.                                  

Office for Students with Disabilities 

If you are a student with a disability (physical, chronic health, learning, mental health, ADHD, etc.) who may need accommodations in classrooms (lecture and/or examination), labs, housing and/or dining, recreational activities such as hiking, ropes, field sports, etc., please contact the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) at 858.534.4382 as soon as you become aware that the condition may impact your ability to participate in our programs. 

 Additional information may be found at https://disabilities.ucsd.edu/about/index.html.

Step 1: Submit Final Transcripts to UC San Diego Office of Admissions: 

If you have been admitted to UC San Diego, you will be able to see your Contract for Maintaining Admission in the Applicant Portal  after decisions are posted. Review "Transcripts and Test Scores" on the Triton Checklist for specific instructions to submit your official transcripts. Only incoming freshmen must submit high school transcripts. Incoming transfers do not need to send a high school transcript unless they have not completed a US History or US Government course in college to clear the American History & Institutions requirement. All college or university transcripts are required.

Applicant Portal LINK: https://beatriton.ucsd.edu/account  

Sending Transcripts

Admitted students in the Summer Success Programs must submit official transcripts prior to the the start of your program. Freshmen must submit only FINAL high school transcripts with graduation date (do not send 6th and 7th semester grade reports). If you attended more than one school, we require a transcript from each school showing the date of withdrawal or graduation. If students attend more than one high school within the US, we will accept the previous high school’s coursework and grades as official if they have been added to the current transcript of the high school of graduation. Additionally, you must send any college transcripts reflecting college coursework.

Admitted students should begin submitting transcripts around May 1 or upon graduation. Students with any transcripts from schools outside the United States must have all official transcripts sent before the start of the Summer Success Program. For helpful details about transcripts from 36 countries and regions, review our list of accepted international documents by visiting: http://admissions.ucsd.edu/freshman/required-documents.html    

UC San Diego Admissions accepts electronic transcripts sent to them by the following e-transcript vendors: Docufide/Parchment, Credential Solutions, eScripSafe, eTranscript California and JST Military Transcripts. They are unable to process electronic transcripts from any other vendors. If your school has its own transcript request process, please follow that protocol and be sure you provide the correct mailing address for UC San Diego.

University of California, San Diego
Office of Admissions
ATTN: TRANSCRIPTS
9500 Gilman Dr. #0021
La Jolla, CA 92093-0021
United States

 

Note:

  • the name of our office must be included.
  • the numbers 0021 must appear on the two lines as shown above.

Deadline: June 29

 

 Step 2: ALEKS Assessment (Only for students who selected the Chem 6A course as their first choice)

If you selected Chem6A as your first choice for your second course you will need to complete the ALEKS assessment. Please note that you need to score 85 to be eligible for Chem6A. The following are instructions on how to access the ALEKS Assessment. Please click on the following link to download instructions: ALEKS Assessment 

Deadline: June 29th 

                                                                                                                                                       

☐  Step 3: Activate Summer Student StatusClick on the following link: https://act.ucsd.edu/studentSummerApplication2/application -  and Log in with your PID and password to activate your Summer Session Application. 

Deadline: July 1

 

Step 4: Complete Academic Integrity Tutorial - Click on the following link: https://moodle.ucsd.edu/

Log in with your PID and password. Under “Courses” on the top left of the screen, click on the Academic Integrity Tutorial.   

Deadline: July 1

 

Step 5: Apply for Housing and Dining

The Housing Dining Hospitality Office (HDH) will contact you regarding summer housing and dining services. Once you have been contacted by housing, please follow these steps:

  1. Click on the following link: http://hdh.ucsd.edu/housing/currentresidents/pages/summer.html to apply for housing.
  2. In the Housing Dashboard, click on the “Apply for Summer Housing” button.
  3. Login with your student credentials and select the Summer Success Programs link which will direct you to Summer Success Programs landing page.
  4. Click on “Contract” next to your Summer Success Program to complete the housing application and contract. 
  5. Check your UCSD student e-mail account for confirmation.

*Please note that you are not guaranteed your first-choice room selection (single, double, triple).

 Deadline: July 1

 

Step 6: Complete Tuberculosis Screening Requirement

Tuberculosis (TB) screening is a University admission requirement for ALL newly admitted students. Please follow these steps:

  1. Enter the Student Health Portal: https://shs.ucsd.edu
  2. Click on "TB Requirement". Answer the five screening questions.
  3. If you are required to do further testing, an additional form (TB Screening Admission Requirement) will be provided to download. If you are not required to do further testing, this is the end of the process.

More information about the health requirements for incoming students can be found here: https://wellness.ucsd.edu/studenthealth/health-requirements/Pages/default.aspx

 Deadline: July 1

 

Step 7: Enroll into Summer Session Courses

You will receive an email from Summer Bridge staff confirming which courses/sections you will be enrolling in. Once you have received this email follow this link:  https://act.ucsd.edu/webreg2 to enroll in your assigned courses. Please remember that pending your Chemistry assessment results AND course rankings you will be assigned to your second or third choice course, therefore you are not guaranteed your first choice. Summer Bridge staff will preauthorize you to enroll in your courses so you will not be able to enroll until you receive an email from Summer Bridge staff.

Please refrain from paying any tuition or campus based fees posted to your student's account in regards to the program. 

Deadline to add a course on WebReg: July 6

 

Step 8: Complete We Are Triton Tutorial - (Part of your myApplication Checklist)

The “We Are Triton Tutorial” will open June 1, 2018 and can be found here: https://ophd.ucsd.edu/we-are-tritons/index.html#Where-is-the-link-to-the-online

Deadline: July 6

 

Step 9: Complete the Health Insurance Agreement Form.

 All students participating in the Summer Bridge Program will be required to have medical insurance during the summer program. The Health Insurance Agreement Form will be used for enrolling in or waiving the UC Student Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP).

Please click on the following link: http://summer.ucsd.edu/success/about.html#SSP-Student-Health-&-Early-Star

 to download the Early Start UCSHIP Insurance Waiver form. The form will be under EARLY START UCSHIP section of the Summer Success Program website.

Please submit this completed form to your Resource Counselor.

For more information about access to Student Health Services during the summer, visit the Student Health Services website https://wellness.ucsd.edu/studenthealth/services/Pages/Summer-Access-Programs.aspx .

Deadline: July 6

 

Step 10: Submit your photo online for a Triton ID card.

For information and instructions, please visit: the campus cards website:  https://students.ucsd.edu/finances/campus-cards/photo-tool.html  You will receive your Triton ID Card on your first day of Summer Bridge.

Deadline: July 21 

 

Step 11: Submit Summer Bridge Supplemental Packet 

Please read the following documents with your parent(s) or guardian(s) to be sure you understand the requirements of the program.

After thoroughly reviewing and completing the required signatures and initials, please submit the applicable forms by e-mailing them to your Resource Counselor.

(Note: You will be contacted by your Summer Bridge Resource Counselor either by or before June 22nd , 2018)

The documents within the required Summer Bridge Supplemental Packet (Download) are:

  1. Photo Release Form
  2. Medical Emergency
  3. Consent Medical Treatment
  4. Confidential Health History
  5. Summer Bridge Request for Holiday Time-Off
  6. Parent/Guardian Consent
  7. Summer Bridge Student Conduct Code
  8. Last Day of Summer Bridge Contract
  9. OASIS SB 2018-2019 Student Contract
  10. Release of Information
  11. OASIS SB Parent and Family Support System
  12. Waiver of Liability Form

 

Summer Engineering Institute

Summer Engineering Institute Program 2018 Checklist 

All program notifications will be sent to your UCSD email address please log in to your UCSD email address to receive further instructions on your program.

We are pleased you have been accepted to participate in the Summer Engineering Institute (SEI) at UC San Diego.

This checklist of action items are required to be completed before the start of SEI.  Most of these tasks are mandatory and if not completed by the deadline, may prevent you from participating in SEI. 

Please contact Ryan Fane at (858) 822-3778 or by email rfane@ucsd.edu if you have any questions. 

Office for Students with Disabilities 

If you are a student with a disability (physical, chronic health, learning, mental health, ADHD, etc.) who may need accommodations in classrooms (lecture and/or examination), labs, housing and/or dining, recreational activities such as hiking, ropes, field sports, etc., please contact the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) at 858.534.4382 as soon as you become aware that the condition may impact your ability to participate in our programs. 

 Additional information may be found at https://disabilities.ucsd.edu/about/index.html.

                                                                                                                                                                                     

 ☐ Step 1: Activate Summer Student Status - (Summer Session Application)            

       Click here, then Log in with your PID and password to activate Summer Session Application   

Deadline: May 30

 

 ☐ Step 2: Complete Academic Integrity Tutorial - (Summer Session Application)

Click here to access the tutorial. Look for the Academic Integrity Tutorial under courses

Deadline: May 30

 

Enrollment starts June 1st. Prior to enrollment: You will need to be preauthorized by the Academic Department. 

Step 3: Enroll into SEI courses on WebReg with PID and password/PAC - (Refer to Enrollment and WebReg Instructions below)

  1. Enroll in one 4-credit course from your Engineering major:
  • MAE 08: MATLAB Programming for Engineering Analysis (For the following majors: Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Environmental Engineering; Bioengineering, Bioengineering (Biotechnology), Bioengineering: BioSystems)
  • NANO 15/CENG 15: Engineering Computation Using MATLAB (For the following majors: Chemical Engineering, NanoEngineering)
  • SE 1: Introduction to Structures and Design (Structural Engineering major)
  • ECE 05: Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering (For the following majors: Electrical Engineering & Society, Electrical Engineering, Pre-Engineering Physics)
  1. Enroll in this 2-credit course: ENG 10: Fundamentals of Engineering Applications   

Deadline: June 11

 

Step 4: Apply for Financial Aid on Triton Link     

Click here to access Triton Link. Financial Aid distribution and posting to student billing account: July 28, 2018

Deadline: June 11

ACES Scholars must complete Step 5 by June 22nd, 2018:

Step 5: Complete the Math Placement Exam (MPE) if necessary

  • Certain students are required to take the Math Placement Exam (MPE). Click here to review the requirements.
  • If you need to take the MPE, you will need to register for an exam date. Upcoming test dates include:
    • Saturday June 2, 2018
    • Saturday, June 9, 2018
    • Friday, June 22, 2018

☐ Step 6: Submit your 2017-2018 FAFSA 

      https://fafsa.ed.gov/

  • If you have not submitted your 2017-2018 FAFSA, please do so as soon as possible, and no later than the June 30th deadline. Your Summer Award (if eligible) will be applied towards the cost of participating in SEI. Note that your Financial Aid Award will be posted only after you have submitted your 2017-2018 FAFSA and your 2018-2019 FAFSA has been processed. Processing can take weeks, so please submit as soon as possible.

Deadline: June 30 (Note: ACES Scholars should complete their 2017-18 FAFSA by Friday, June 1st at the latest.

 

☐Step 7: Visit Housing Dining Hospitality (HDH) website to apply for summer housing and dining 

IMPORTANT: Please refrain from completing this step until you have been contacted by Housing and Dining to move forward. You will be contacted by ucsdhousing@ucsd.edu with instructions.

Once you are in the Housing Dashboard, you will click on the “Apply for Summer Housing” button.  Login with your student credentials and select the Summer Success Programs link which will direct you to Summer Success Programs landing page. You would click on “Contract” next to your Summer Success Program to complete the housing application and contract.  Emails will be sent to your student email address.

Deadline: July 12

 

  Step 8: Tuberculosis Screening Requirement

  • Enter the student health portal https://shs.ucsd.edu
  • Click on "TB Requirement". Answer the five screening questions.
  • If you are required to do further testing, an additional form (TB Screening Admission Requirement) will be provided to download. If you are not required to do further testing, this is the end of the process    

 Deadline: July 1

 

Step 9: Submit Final Transcripts to UC San Diego Office of Admissions: (New incoming students only)

If you have been admitted to UC San Diego, you will be able to see your Contract for Maintaining Admission in the Applicant Portal  after decisions are posted. Review "Transcripts and Test Scores" on the Triton Checklist for specific instructions to submit your official transcripts. Only incoming freshmen must submit high school transcripts. Incoming transfers do not need to send a high school transcript unless they have not completed a US History or US Government course in college to clear the American History & Institutions requirement. All college or university transcripts are required.

Applicant Portal LINK: https://beatriton.ucsd.edu/account  

Sending Transcripts

Admitted students in the Summer Success Programs must submit official transcripts prior to the the start of your program. Freshmen must submit only FINAL high school transcripts with graduation date (do not send 6th and 7th semester grade reports). If you attended more than one school, we require a transcript from each school showing the date of withdrawal or graduation. If students attend more than one high school within the US, we will accept the previous high school’s coursework and grades as official if they have been added to the current transcript of the high school of graduation. Additionally, you must send any college transcripts reflecting college coursework.

Admitted students should begin submitting transcripts around May 1 or upon graduation. Students with any transcripts from schools outside the United States must have all official transcripts sent before the start of the Summer Success Program. For helpful details about transcripts from 36 countries and regions, review our list of accepted international documents by visiting: http://admissions.ucsd.edu/freshman/required-documents.html    

UC San Diego Admissions accepts electronic transcripts sent to them by the following e-transcript vendors: Docufide/Parchment, Credential Solutions, eScripSafe, eTranscript California and JST Military Transcripts. They are unable to process electronic transcripts from any other vendors. If your school has its own transcript request process, please follow that protocol and be sure you provide the correct mailing address for UC San Diego.

University of California, San Diego
Office of Admissions
ATTN: TRANSCRIPTS
9500 Gilman Dr. #0021
La Jolla, CA 92093-0021
United States

Note:

  • the name of our office must be included.
  • the numbers 0021 must appear on the two lines as shown above.

Deadline: July 1

 

  Step 10: Complete We Are Triton Tutorial - (Part of my Application Checklist).

Click here to access the We are Triton Tutorial, which will open June 1, 2018.     

Deadline: July 6

 

Step 11: Complete a MANDATORY Health Insurance Agreement form.

Please click here to download the Early Start UCSHIP Insurance Waiver, it will be under EARLY START UCSHIP section of the SSP website. Your Program coordinator will also distribute the waiver.

Please submit this completed form to idea@eng.ucsd.edu  

For more information about access to Student Health Services during the summer, visit the Student Health website for Summer Success Programs:

Deadline: July 6

 

Step 12: Submit your photo online for a Triton ID card.

Click here for information and instructions. Housing will distribute Triton ID Cards on Moving-day.

Deadline: July 21

 

Step 13: Tuition and Payment - Submit payment for Tuition and Fees to avoid cancellation of enrollment.

Click here to make a payment.

Deadline: July 30

 

Step 14: Waivers

Please download the waiver at the following link, fill out both pages, sign it, and email it to idea@eng.ucsd.edu 

Click here to download the waiver.

Deadline: July 30

 

Enrollment and WebReg Instructions:                                                                                                                                                                                                   

  1. Log onto WebReg with your PID and password/PAC
  2. From the drop down menu, select the term “Summer Session II 2018” then click Go.
  3. Use the search box to search for classes using the section ID or course ID
  4. Enroll into the course specific to your Engineering MAJOR.
  • MAE 08, Section ID: 941385
  • NANO 15, Section ID: 941187
  • CENG 15, Section ID: 941186
  • ECE 05, Section ID: 940797
  • SE 1, Section ID: 941270
  1. Click Enroll. Make sure to enroll into the section ID that is specific to the Summer Engineering Institute and your Engineering Major.
  2. Review the course section ID, title, and grading option (select GRADED). Then click Confirm.
  3. You will see a Request Successful notification
  4. Repeat Steps 2-7 for ENG 10.
  • ACES Scholars, Section ID: 940846
  • IDEA Scholars, Section ID: 940847 or 940848
  • SEI Only, Section ID: 940849

Summer Transfer Academy in the Arts & Humanities

PATH Summer Transfer Academy in the Arts & Humanities 2018 Checklist 

All program notifications will be sent to your UCSD email address please log in to your UCSD email address to receive further instructions on your program. 

 SESSION 1 (July 2- August 4)

Completion of the checklist steps are required before the start of summer program.  Students are accountable for all program requirements. Any questions about the below steps need to be addressed before the listed deadline.

FAILURE TO COMPLETE THESE STEPS WILL RESULT IN THE

CANCELLATION OF YOUR ADMISSION TO THE PROGRAM. Please contact

 For questions, please contact Joelle Fasuro at 858-822-0733 or email: Path@ucsd.edu             

Office for Students with Disabilities 

If you are a student with a disability (physical, chronic health, learning, mental health, ADHD, etc.) who may need accommodations in classrooms (lecture and/or examination), labs, housing and/or dining, recreational activities such as hiking, ropes, field sports, etc., please contact the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) at 858.534.4382 as soon as you become aware that the condition may impact your ability to participate in our programs. 

 Additional information may be found at https://disabilities.ucsd.edu/about/index.html.

                                                                                                                                                           

STEP 1: LOG-IN TO YOUR UCSD STUDENT EMAIL ACCOUNT


☐  STEP 2: COMPLETE PROGRAM QUESTIONNAIRE

 

☐  STEP 3: ACTIVATE SUMMER STUDENT STATUS - (Summer Session Application)

 

 ☐ STEP 4: COMPLETE ACADEMIC INTEGRITY TUTORIAL - (Summer Session Application)

 

  ☐ STEP 5: REGISTER FOR YOUR SUMMER COURSES ON WEBREG  - MUST COMPLETE STEPS 3 & 4 FIRST

Please refrain from paying any program course tuition or campus based fees posted to your student's account.

  • DEADLINE: JUNE 4
  • Log-in using PID and Password/PAC:  https://act.ucsd.edu/webreg2
  • Courses:
  • MUS 150—Jazz and the Music of the African Diaspora
  • HIUS 126—The History of Race in the United States 

STEP 6:   APPLY FOR SUMMER HOUSING AND DINING* - ONLY IF LIVING ON CAMPUS IN SUMMER

*WAIT TO APPLY UNTIL YOU HAVE BEEN CONTACTED BY HOUSING AND DINING (ucsdhousing@ucsd.edu)

  • DEADLINE: JUNE 8   

 ONCE YOU HAVE BEEN CONTACTED BY HOUSING:

  • Click this link to apply to housing   http://hdh.ucsd.edu/housing/currentresidents/pages/summer.html
  • Once you are in the Housing Dashboard, you will click on the “Summer Housing Portal” button
  • Login with your student credentials, select the Summer Success Programs link
  • Click on “Contract” next to your Summer Success Program to complete the housing application and contract.  Emails are sent to your student email address
  • Single and double dorm rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis

 

  ☐ STEP 7: COMPLETE TUBERCULOSIS SCREENING REQUIREMENT

 

STEP 8: COMPLETE MANDATORY HEALTH INSURANCE AGREEMENT FORM

        DEADLINE: JUNE 7

  • This form will be used for enrolling in or waiving the UC Student Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP)
  • Click on the below link to download the Early Start UCSHIP Insurance Waiver, under EARLY START UCSHIP section of the website. Your program coordinators will also distribute the waiver.
  • http://summer.ucsd.edu/success/about.html#SSP-Student-Health-&-Early-Star
  • Please submit this completed form to path@ucsd.edu

 

☐ STEP 9: SUBMIT YOUR PHOTO ONLINE FOR A TRITON ID CARD

  • DEADLINE: JUNE 21
  • Instructions: https://students.ucsd.edu/finances/campus-cards/photo-tool.html
  • ID cards serve as the keys for dorm room access, and will be distributed by housing on move-in day, and provided to students not staying in the dorms at the orientation dinner. ID cards may also be loaded with dining dollars

 

STEP 10: COMPLETE MANDATORY STUDENT TRAINING- WE ARE TRITON TUTORIAL

 

STEP 11: SUBMIT FINAL TRANSCRIPTS TO UC SAN DIEGO OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS

  • DEADLINE: JUNE 29
  • Applicant Portal LINK: https://beatriton.ucsd.edu/account
  • Review "Transcripts and Test Scores" on the MyApplication checklist for instructions to submit official transcripts
    • Admitted students must submit official transcripts prior to the start of the program
    • Incoming transfers do not need to send a high school transcript unless they have not completed a US History or US Government course in college to clear the American History & Institutions requirement
    • All college or university transcripts are required. If you attended more than one school, we require a transcript from each school showing the date of withdrawal or graduation. Additionally, you must send any college transcripts reflecting college coursework.
    • Admitted students should begin submitting transcripts around May 1 or upon graduation. Students with anytranscripts from schools outside the United States must have all official transcripts sent before the start of the Summer Success Program. For helpful details about transcripts from 36 countries and regions, review our list of accepted international documents by visiting: http://admissions.ucsd.edu/freshman/required-documents.html    
  • UC San Diego Admissions accepts electronic transcripts sent to them by the following e-transcript vendors: Docufide/Parchment, Credential Solutions, eScripSafe, eTranscript California and JST Military Transcripts. They are unable to process electronic transcripts from any other vendors. If your school has its own transcript request process, please follow that protocol andbe sure you provide the correct mailing address for UC San Diego.
  • FOR QUESTIONS: Contact Admissions Email: admissionsreply@ucsd.edu | Phone: (858) 534-4831
  • REMEMBER TO INCLUDE: the name of the office AND the numbers 0021 on the two lines as shown below.

University of California, San Diego
Office of Admissions
ATTN: TRANSCRIPTS
9500 Gilman Dr. #0021
La Jolla, CA 92093-0021
United States

STEP 12: SIGN & RETURN PATH PROGRAM CONTRACT

Triton Edge

Triton Edge Program 2018 Checklist

All program notifications will be sent to your UCSD email address please log in to your UCSD email address to receive further instructions on your program.

Welcome to the Triton Edge Program 2018! The Triton Edge Staff is very excited to meet you. There will be two mandatory pre-arrival Triton Edge webinars before your arrival in August. Please follow the below steps immediately to confirm your enrollment in the program and to receive information about the mandatory pre-arrival Triton Edge webinars. Be sure you are checking your UCSD e-mail frequently for messages from the Triton Edge Staff.

Office for Students with Disabilities 

If you are a student with a disability (physical, chronic health, learning, mental health, ADHD, etc.) who may need accommodations in classrooms (lecture and/or examination), labs, housing and/or dining, recreational activities such as hiking, ropes, field sports, etc., please contact the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) at 858.534.4382 as soon as you become aware that the condition may impact your ability to participate in our programs. 

 Additional information may be found at https://disabilities.ucsd.edu/about/index.html.

☐  Step 1: Submit Triton Edge Supplemental Packet to confirm participation to the Triton Edge Program.

Please read the following documents with your parent(s) or guardian(s) to be sure you understand the requirements of the program. To confirm your acceptance to the Triton Edge Program, some of the documents require original signatures or initials (not electronic signatures) and must be returned to Triton Edge Program staff as soon as possible.

After thoroughly reviewing and completing the required signatures and initials, please copy the Triton Edge Supplemental Packet (8 documents) and e-mail to tritonedge@ucsd.edu.

The documents within the required Triton Edge Supplemental Packet are:

  1. Triton Edge 2018 Expectations
  2. Triton Edge Program 2018 Code of Conduct
  3. Medical Information Form
  4. Medical Treatment Consent Form
  5. Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk, and Indemnity Agreement
  6. Consent to Audio Record and Transcribe
  7. UCSD Outback Adventures Medical Questionnaire
  8. UCSD Outback Adventures Waiver Form

        Priority Deadline:

  • May 18

 

Step 2: Apply for Form I-20/DS-2019 through the International Students and Programs Office’s iPortal.

Visit the International Students and Programs Office (ISPO) webpage for New Students. You will request your I-20/DS-2019 through the iPortal. In iPortal, you will be asked to upload evidence of your acceptance in the Triton Edge Program or proof of enrollment in Summer Session to have an Early Start I-20/DS-2019 processed for you. You can upload PDF copies of the acceptance or enrollment confirmation emails as evidence in iPortal.

Priority Deadline: Immediately. Visas can take 6-8 weeks to process.

 

☐  Step 3: Activate Summer Student Status using the Summer Session Application.

Click here and log in with your PID and password to activate Summer Session Application

                Priority Deadline:

  • July 1

 

 ☐ Step 4: Complete Academic Integrity Tutorial through Moodle.

Click here and log in with your PID and password. Under “Courses” on the top left of the screen, click on the Academic Integrity Tutorial.   

               Priority Deadline:

  • July 1

 

  ☐ Step 5: Enroll into Summer Session Courses on WebReg

Click here to enroll in your two required courses for the Triton Edge Program. Please remember that the AWP10 course is mandatory. You may then select your second choice of courses from this list approved by the Council of Academic Deans here.The second course you select cannot interfere with the mandatory AWP10 course or with the mandatory Triton Edge Cohort Meetings (Wednesdays, 6-8:30pm).

Priority Deadline:

  • July 7

 

Step 6: Apply for Housing and Dining through the Housing Dining Hospitality Office.

Housing Dining Hospitality (HDH) will assist you in reserving your housing and dining plans. Please follow these steps:

  1. Click here to apply for housing.
  2. In the Housing Dashboard, click on the “Apply for Summer Housing” button.
  3. Login with your student credentials and select the Summer Success Programs link which will direct you to Summer Success Programs landing page.
  4. Click on “Contract” next to your Summer Success Program to complete the housing application and contract. 
  5. Check your UCSD student e-mail account for confirmation.

 Priority Deadline:

  • July 1

 

  ☐ Step 7: Complete Tuberculosis Screening Requirement for Student Health Services.

Tuberculosis (TB) screening is a University admission requirement for all newly admitted students. Please follow these steps:

  1. Enter the Student Health Portal here.
  2. Click on "TB Requirement". Answer the five screening questions.
  3. If you are required to do further testing, an additional form (TB Screening Admission Requirement) will be provided to download. If you are not required to do further testing, this is the end of the process.

 

More information about the health requirements for incoming students can be found here.

     

               Priority Deadline:

  • July 1

Step 8: Complete the “We Are Triton Tutorial” for the myApplication Checklist.

The “We Are Triton Tutorial” will open June 1, 2018 and can be found here.

 

Priority Deadline:

  • July 6

 

  ☐ Step 9: Complete the Health Insurance Agreement Form for Student Health Services.

All students participating in the Triton Edge Program will be required to have medical insurance during the summer program. The Health Insurance Agreement Form will be used for enrolling in or waiving the UC Student Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP).

Note: The 2018 form will be updated 5/11/2018. Contact your program coordinator if you have any questions.

Please click here to download the Early Start UCSHIP Insurance Waiver Form. The form will be under the EARLY START UCSHIP section of the Summer Success Program website. Please submit this completed form to tritonedge@ucsd.edu.

For more information about access to Student Health Services during the summer, visit the Student Health Services website here.      

Priority Deadline:

  • July 6

 

Step 10: Submit your photo online for a Triton ID card.

For information and instructions, please visit the Campus Cards webpage on Triton Link here. You will receive your Triton ID Cards when you move into your summer housing.

Priority Deadline:

  • July 21

 

Step 11: Submit Final Transcripts to UC San Diego Office of Admissions: 

If you have been admitted to UC San Diego, you will be able to see your Contract for Maintaining Admission in the Applicant Portal  after decisions are posted. Review "Transcripts and Test Scores" on the Triton Checklist for specific instructions to submit your official transcripts. Only incoming freshmen must submit high school transcripts. Incoming transfers do not need to send a high school transcript unless they have not completed a US History or US Government course in college to clear the American History & Institutions requirement. All college or university transcripts are required.

Applicant Portal LINK: https://beatriton.ucsd.edu/account  

Sending Transcripts

Admitted students in the Summer Success Programs must submit official transcripts prior to the the start of your program. Freshmen must submit only FINAL high school transcripts with graduation date (do not send 6th and 7th semester grade reports). If you attended more than one school, we require a transcript from each school showing the date of withdrawal or graduation. If students attend more than one high school within the US, we will accept the previous high school’s coursework and grades as official if they have been added to the current transcript of the high school of graduation. Additionally, you must send any college transcripts reflecting college coursework.

Admitted students should begin submitting transcripts around May 1 or upon graduation. Students with any transcripts from schools outside the United States must have all official transcripts sent before the start of the Summer Success Program. For helpful details about transcripts from 36 countries and regions, review our list of accepted international documents by visiting: http://admissions.ucsd.edu/freshman/required-documents.html    

UC San Diego Admissions accepts electronic transcripts sent to them by the following e-transcript vendors: Docufide/Parchment, Credential Solutions, eScripSafe, eTranscript California and JST Military Transcripts. They are unable to process electronic transcripts from any other vendors. If your school has its own transcript request process, please follow that protocol and be sure you provide the correct mailing address for UC San Diego.

University of California, San Diego
Office of Admissions
ATTN: TRANSCRIPTS
9500 Gilman Dr. #0021
La Jolla, CA 92093-0021
United States

Note:

  • the name of our office must be included.
  • the numbers 0021 must appear on the two lines as shown above.

 Deadline: All programs must submit by June 29, 2018

 

Triton Freshman Scholars

Triton Freshman Scholars Program Checklist 2018

All program notifications will be sent to your UCSD email address please log in to your UCSD email address to receive further instructions on your program.

Welcome to the Triton Freshman Scholars Program.

We are happy to inform you that you are accepted to participate in this 8-week program at the University of California, San Diego which has its emphases on math, literacy, and communication skills; student university life preparation; and engagement.  As part of this program you will be enrolled in one Math course (MATH 2, 3C, 4C, 10A, or 20A) (based upon your math placement exam) and in the Language and Learning in the American Academy course. The program begins on July 1st (move in and orientation day) and runs to August 25th (move out day) and meets daily (Monday through Friday).  These dates span both summer session 1 and 3 weeks of summer session 2 at the University of California, San Diego.  

To fully participate in Triton Freshman Scholars program, you must complete the following checklist action items prior to the start of the program.

Failure to provide these documents will result in your admissions to the program being rescinded.

For questions please contact:

Kiana Laing: 858-534-5309

Jonathan Vega: 858-534-5358

Office for Students with Disabilities 

If you are a student with a disability (physical, chronic health, learning, mental health, ADHD, etc.) who may need accommodations in classrooms (lecture and/or examination), labs, housing and/or dining, recreational activities such as hiking, ropes, field sports, etc., please contact the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) at 858.534.4382 as soon as you become aware that the condition may impact your ability to participate in our programs. 

 Additional information may be found at https://disabilities.ucsd.edu/about/index.html.

 

☐ Step 1: Submit Final Transcripts to UC San Diego Office of Admissions: 

If you have been admitted to UC San Diego, you will be able to see your Contract for Maintaining Admission in the Applicant Portal after decisions are posted. Review "Transcripts and Test Scores" on the Triton Checklist for specific instructions to submit your official transcripts. Only incoming freshmen must submit high school transcripts. Incoming transfers do not need to send a high school transcript unless they have not completed a US History or US Government course in college to clear the American History & Institutions requirement. All college or university transcripts are required.

Applicant Portal LINK: https://beatriton.ucsd.edu/account  

Sending Transcripts

Admitted students in the Summer Success Programs must submit official transcripts prior to the the start of your program. Freshmen must submit only FINAL high school transcripts with graduation date (do not send 6th and 7th semester grade reports). If you attended more than one school, we require a transcript from each school showing the date of withdrawal or graduation. If students attend more than one high school within the US, we will accept the previous high school’s coursework and grades as official if they have been added to the current transcript of the high school of graduation. Additionally, you must send any college transcripts reflecting college coursework.

Admitted students should begin submitting transcripts around May 1 or upon graduation. Students with any transcripts from schools outside the United States must have all official transcripts sent before the start of the Summer Success Program. For helpful details about transcripts from 36 countries and regions, review our list of accepted international documents by visiting: http://admissions.ucsd.edu/freshman/required-documents.html    

UC San Diego Admissions accepts electronic transcripts sent to them by the following e-transcript vendors: Docufide/Parchment, Credential Solutions, eScripSafe, eTranscript California and JST Military Transcripts. They are unable to process electronic transcripts from any other vendors. If your school has its own transcript request process, please follow that protocol and be sure you provide the correct mailing address for UC San Diego.

University of California, San Diego
Office of Admissions
ATTN: TRANSCRIPTS
9500 Gilman Dr. #0021
La Jolla, CA 92093-0021
United States

Note:

  • the name of our office must be included.
  • the numbers 0021 must appear on the two lines as shown above.

Deadline: June 30

                                                                                                                                                       

☐  Step 2: Activate Summer Student Status –Click on the following link: https://act.ucsd.edu/studentSummerApplication2/application and Log in with your PID and password to activate your Summer Session Application. 

Deadline: June 12

 

☐ Step 3: Complete Academic Integrity Tutorial - Click on the following link: https://moodle.ucsd.edu/

Log in with your PID and password. Under “Courses” on the top left of the screen, click on the Academic Integrity Tutorial.   

Deadline: June 12

 

IMPORTANT: Please refrain from completing this step until you have been contacted by Housing and Dining to move forward.

☐ Step 4: Apply for Housing and Dining

The Housing Dining Hospitality Office (HDH) will contact you regarding summer housing and dining services. Once you have been contacted by housing, please follow these steps:

  1. Click on the following link: http://hdh.ucsd.edu/housing/currentresidents/pages/summer.html to apply for housing.
  2. In the Housing Dashboard, click on the “Apply for Summer Housing” button.
  3. Login with your student credentials and select the Summer Success Programs link which will direct you to Summer Success Programs landing page.
  4. Click on “Contract” next to your Summer Success Program to complete the housing application and contract. 
  5. Check your UCSD student e-mail account for confirmation.

*Please note that you are not guaranteed your first-choice room selection (single, double, triple).

 

☐ Step 5: Complete Tuberculosis Screening Requirement

Tuberculosis (TB) screening is a University admission requirement for ALL newly admitted students. Please follow these steps:

  1. Enter the Student Health Portal: https://shs.ucsd.edu
  2. Click on "TB Requirement". Answer the five screening questions.
  3. If you are required to do further testing, an additional form (TB Screening Admission Requirement) will be provided to download. If you are not required to do further testing, this is the end of the process.

More information about the health requirements for incoming students can be found here: https://wellness.ucsd.edu/studenthealth/health-requirements/Pages/default.aspx

 Deadline: June 12

 

Please refrain from enrolling in courses until you receive notification from the Academic Department. 

☐ Step 6: Enroll into Summer Session Courses

You will receive an email from Academic Department staff confirming which courses/sections you will be enrolling in and confirming your preauthorization.  Once you have received this email follow this link:  https://act.ucsd.edu/webreg2 to enroll in your assigned courses. 

  • Log into WebReg with your PID and PASSWORD
  • Click on Summer Session Term:
    • AWP 10 will be under Special Session Term (Term 3)
    • Math 2 & Math 3C will be under Special Session Term (Term 3)
    • Math 4C, Math 10, Math 20A will be under Session 1 Term
  • Look for the section assigned to you in the email sent by the Academic Department and then Click the Enroll You will then be successfully Enrolled into the course.  

any program course tuition or campus based fees posted to your student's account.

Deadline to add a course on WebReg: June 12

 

 Step 7: Complete We Are Triton Tutorial - (Part of your myApplication Checklist)

The “We Are Triton Tutorial” will open June 1, 2018 and can be found here: https://ophd.ucsd.edu/we-are-tritons/index.html#Where-is-the-link-to-the-online

Deadline: June 12

 

☐ Step 8: Complete the Health Insurance Agreement Form

The form will be under EARLY START UCSHIP section of the Summer Success Program website. Please submit this completed form to your program coordinator at freshmanscholars2018@ucsd.edu

 All students participating in the Triton Freshman Scholars Program will be required to have medical insurance during the summer program. The Health Insurance Agreement Form will be used for enrolling in or waiving the UC Student Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP).

Please click on the following link to download the Early Start UCSHIP Insurance Waiver form: http://summer.ucsd.edu/success/about.html#SSP-Student-Health-&-Early-Star

For more information about access to Student Health Services during the summer, visit the Student Health Services website https://wellness.ucsd.edu/studenthealth/services/Pages/Summer-Access-Programs.aspx .

Deadline: June 12

 

☐ Step 9: Submit your photo online for a Triton ID card.

For information and instructions, please visit: the campus cards website:  https://students.ucsd.edu/finances/campus-cards/photo-tool.html  You will receive your Triton ID Card on your first day of Triton Freshman Scholars.

Deadline: June 21

 

☐ Step 10: Complete Triton Freshman Scholars Student Consent form

Please read and sign contact form and submit to freshmanscholars2018@ucsd.edu

To click here to download program TFS Consent Form. 

 Deadline: June 21

Triton Sophomore Scholars

Triton Sophomore Scholars Program 2018 Checklist

All program notifications will be sent to your UCSD email address please log in to your UCSD email address to receive further instructions on your program.

Welcome to the Triton Sophomore Scholars Program 2018:

Triton Sophomore Scholars is a pilot summer program (introduced in summer 2017) designed to support rising sophomores achieve success as they pursue their four-year plan to degree at UC San Diego. During the 10 weeks of the program, scholars will experience a comprehensive approach to college life by focusing on one course per summer session, living on campus, and connecting with faculty, staff, students, and university resources.

Scholars form a residential learning community to bolster their sense of belonging as Tritons and foster life-long friendships and connections. The learning community will include academic and social activities. Scholars will enroll in two 4-unit courses over two summer sessions that are critical to their degree progress. Scholars will receive individualized and structured academic support, including Supplemental Instruction and tutoring, personalized learning assessments and goal setting, study skills instruction, contact with faculty and staff, and peer mentoring from experienced upper-division students. The Career Center works with scholars to identify on-campus employment opportunities aligned with their individual educational and professional goals.

To fully participate in Triton Sophomore Scholars program, you must complete the following checklist action items prior to the start of the program.

Failure to provide these documents will result in your admissions to the program being rescinded.

For questions please contact:

Kiana Laing: 858-534-5309

Jonathan Vega: 858-534-5358

Office for Students with Disabilities 

If you are a student with a disability (physical, chronic health, learning, mental health, ADHD, etc.) who may need accommodations in classrooms (lecture and/or examination), labs, housing and/or dining, recreational activities such as hiking, ropes, field sports, etc., please contact the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) at 858.534.4382 as soon as you become aware that the condition may impact your ability to participate in our programs. 

 Additional information may be found at https://disabilities.ucsd.edu/about/index.html.

Step 1: Submit SSP Program Advisor Statement Form

Please submit Program Advisor Statement Form for the advisor (department or college) signed statement for your Summer Session 1 (one only) and Summer Session 2 (1 only) course selection. This document verifies that you spoke with and obtained approval of your advisor that the course selections fulfill either a college general education or a major requirement. 

Please have it signed and returned via email to sophomorescholars2018@ucsd.edu

Click here to download Advisor Statement Form

Deadline: June 11

 

Step 2: Submit Triton Sophomore Scholars Student Consent Form

Please review and sign Triton Sophomore Scholars Consent form and submit it to sophomorescholars2018@ucsd.edu

Click here to download TSS Consent Form

Deadline: June 15

 

Step 3: Complete Preauthorization for SSP Courses

(Some courses may have prerequisites or restrictions. Students are expected to complete all prerequisites and meet all courses restrictions. Without completion, enrollment may be blocked) 

  • Step 2.1: If your program requires you enroll in a class that has prerequisites or restrictions, submit your preauthorization request via the EASY Preauthorization System: ( https://easy.ucsd.edu)
  • Step 2.2: In your request, include justification such as the courses you have completed or qualifying AP scores that you believe are equivalent to the listed course prerequisites. (See the Advanced Placement credit chart for course exemptions.)
  • Step 2.3: Upload a PDF file with additional details supporting your justification for enrolling in the selected course. Ex: unofficial or official transcript or official AP scores. The document must include both your printed name and the printed name of the institution. UC San Diego will not accept documentation that has been altered in any way.
  • Step 2.4: Submit the request.
  • Step 2.5: You will receive an email notification once the department has made a decision on your request. In some cases, you may be required to supply additional supporting documents such as course syllabi or transcripts.
  • Step 2.6: If your request is approved, visit WebReg to enroll: (https://act.ucsd.edu/cgi-bin/tritonlink.pl/2/students/academic/classes/acd/webreg.pl)

Deadline: June 7

 

  ☐ Step 4: Enroll into courses on WebReg with PID and password/PAC

        https://act.ucsd.edu/webreg2            

Please enroll in:

  • 1 (4 unit) course in Session 1
  • 1 (4 unit) course in Session 2

Please refrain from paying any program course tuition or campus based fees posted to your student's account.

Deadline: June 7

 

Step 5: IMPORTANT: Please refrain from completing this step until you have been contacted by Housing and Dining to move forward.  You will be contacted by ucsdhousing@ucsd.edu with instructions.

  Visit Housing Dining Hospitality (HDH) website to apply for summer housing and dining

 Steps:

  • Once you have been contacted by housing Click on the following link to apply to housing     

 http://hdh.ucsd.edu/housing/currentresidents/pages/summer.html 

  • Once you are in the Housing Dashboard, you will click on the “Apply for Summer Housing” button.  Login with your student credentials and select the Summer Success Programs link which will direct you to Summer Success Programs landing page. You would click on “Contract” next to your Summer Success Program to complete the housing application and contract.  Emails will be sent to your student email address.