UC Berkeley Extension's Concurrent Enrollment program provides an opportunity to enroll in UC Berkeley campus courses on a space-available basis without formal admission to the University.
UC Berkeley degree students have enrollment priority in all courses, and not all UC Berkeley courses are open for Concurrent Enrollment applicants (e.g. classes in the School of Law are not eligible). Approval of class applications is at the sole discretion of the campus academic departments.
Domestic Student Participation:
To participate in concurrent enrollment for the term, you must first register for UNEX 1221 and pay a non-refundable $125 program fee. Within 3-4 business days of enrollment, you will receive instructions to establish a CalNet ID and be granted access the class application portal.
Students will be invoiced $750 per unit for all enrolled classes during the 6th week of the term. An additional $100 fee will be applied for lab courses.
International students, please contact email@example.com.
Please see the concurrent enrollment page for deadlines and more information regarding concurrent enrollment.
All concurrent enrollment students will receive access to campus Cal Services for the term:
Campus library access and borrowing privileges
Recreational Sports Facility membership
Access to CalDining
The $250 Cal1Card fee is mandatory for all concurrent enrollment students for each term of participation. Please understand this is to cover term services, not the actual card for previously enrolled UC Berkeley students.