The 2020 Psychology Major Application will open soon!

**The Psychology​ Application is now closed. The 2020 Psychology application will open mid-July 2020. If you need assistance with course planning, please come in to meet with a Psychology Undergraduate Advisor.**


This application is for students who entered as freshmen (not transfer students) and are pursuing the Psychology major. Admission into the major will be based on a student's academic performance in the preparation for major courses. Students must have completed all of the preparatory coursework with  a minimum of a 2.5 GPA to be eligible to apply. Note: Students who have at least a 2.9 prep GPA and meet all requirements will be guaranteed admission into the major. Students with a prep GPA of 2.5-2.89 will enter a competitive applicant pool.

If you have completed any Pre-Psychology preparatory courses at an institution other than UCLA (including a Community College, UCLA Extension, etc.) it is your responsibility to submit those transcripts to the UCLA Admission Office so that they may post to your record by the application deadline (it can take up to 2-3 months to post).

If you are not one of our pre-majors and you are interested in declaring PRE-PSYCHOLOGY, you must contact our office to petition to declare the pre-major. This application is ONLY for pre-majors looking to declare MAJOR standing.

**Students who are pursuing a double major with Psychology must submit an application regardless of the primary major listed on their record.


  • You will only receive an email notification once your application has been processed. If you are entered in the competitive applicant pool, you will not find out the status of your application until mid-February.
  • It is  strongly recommended that students in the competitive pool identify a backup major on which they are working in case they are not admitted into the Psychology major. Students should meet with their College counselor (College Academic Counseling, AAP, Honors, or Athletics) as well as Departmental counselors to determine their eligibility for backup majors.