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  1. Applicant Portal. The Applicant Portal is your admissions hub. This is where you'll see updates to your application status, accept your offer of admission, communicate with your admissions counselor, and find your checklist of important tasks before becoming an enrolled student. MyAid

  2. See why we're one of the top 10 public universities in the country. Why U.S. News & World Report ranks us #2 for social mobility. Why Times Higher Education and The Wall Street Journal recognize our campus environment as one of the best in the country.

  3. Have questions? We look forward to speaking with you! University of California Irvine Office of Undergraduate Admissions Attn: Official Documents 260 Aldrich Hall Irvine, CA 92697-1075

  4. At UCI, we host several events throughout the year to help you get to know our campus, admissions process, academics, and exactly what it means to be an Anteater. Get started by signing up for one of our events below to hear from an admissions counselor or current student and get your questions answered!

  5. nursing.uci.edu › admissions › bs-admissionsApply to BS | UCI Nursing

    UCI undergraduate students wishing to change their major and apply to the BS in Nursing Science program must complete the Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing Change of Major Application. Note that incoming first-year/freshman students are not eligible to change their major to Nursing Science before starting coursework at UC Irvine.

  6. Students who are not able to either submit their SIR electronically or download an SIR from the UCI Applicant Portal should contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 949-824-6703. Admission to UCI is not an assurance of receiving financial aid nor does it guarantee assignment to University housing.

  7. The Permanent Resident card (PR card; French: carte de résident permanent) is an identification document and a travel document for permanent residents of Canada.It is one of the methods by which Canadian permanent residents can prove their status and is, along with the permanent resident travel document (PRTD), one of the only documents that allow permanent residents to return to Canada by a ...

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