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A: If you accepted admission to another UC campus and are offered admission from the UC Santa Cruz waitlist, you can still accept our offer. You will need to accept your offer of admission at UCSC and cancel your acceptance at the other UC campus. The Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) deposit to the first campus will not be refunded or transferred.
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Since we will be reviewing the waitlist on a rolling basis, please be sure to submit any updated information that you would like the Admissions Committee to consider when evaluating your candidacy in a timely manner.
At the discretion of the Admissions Committee, a member of the admissions team may contact you regarding your application. We strongly discourage applicants from calling or emailing frequently to provide updates or to inquire about their status on the waitlist.
A: We are advising wait-listed students to take an offer of admission if they receive it. Being on the waitlist at UCSC -- or any of the UCs -- does not guarantee admission.
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The number of candidates on the waitlist fluctuates depending on timing within the admissions cycle. While we anticipate admitting some waitlisted candidates, the applicant pool and yield on offers of admission varies each year. Therefore, we cannot predict exactly how many candidates will be placed on the waitlist or how many applicants will be offered admission based on previous years.
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A: Yes, you can be on more than one waitlist, if the option is offered to you by multiple campuses. If you subsequently receive offers of admission, you may accept only one. If you accept an admission offer from a campus after you have accepted admission to another, you must cancel your acceptance to the first campus. The SIR deposit paid to the first campus will not be refunded or transferred to the second campus.
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Your application essays, recommendations, and interview are what weave fit, passion, and impact together into your "story." No one part is more important than the other, so give each one your best. And most importantly, just be you.
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A: That’s impossible to predict, since it depends on how many admitted students accept UCSC's offer, and how many students opt in for the UCSC waitlist. Applicants will not know their standing on the waitlist. The Office of Admissions won’t know until the beginning of June how many applicants -- if any -- will be admitted off the waitlist.
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The Admissions Committee is not able to provide individual feedback regarding the specific area(s) to address while you are on the waitlist. We value candidates who are able to self-assess areas of growth in the application process. Focus on substantive, meaningful improvements that you feel will make you a stronger candidate or provide information not already presented in your application.