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2019 Admissions Guidebook
2019 Admissions Guide| Teaser
 The 2019 Admissions Guide provides a broad overview of everything UC Merced has to offer, including academic programs, admissions information, and student life. It is designed to offer general information about the campus to interested students, parents, and educators.
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2017-18 First Year Admissions Viewbook
The 2017 First Year Viewbook provides detailed information about the UC Merced experience. It is designed for students who are interested in finding out more information about the newest University of California campus. 

2018-19 Transfer Viewbook
Designed to help transfer students prepare for their intended major, this publication provides a step-by-step guide to understanding the transfer process. The Transfer Guide includes key transfer terminology and admissions requirements for each UC Merced major. This guide is updated every year to reflect changes to the admissions criteria.

Pre-health Brochure
The pre-health brochure outlines how the innovative and modern curriculum at UC Merced provides excellent academic preparation for health professional schools. It also provides an overview of resources available at UC Merced for students interested in studying "pre-med," "pre-dental," "pre-pharm" and other "pre-health" academic programs in college.

2019 FY By The Numbers
First Year Students By The Numbers  (Online only)
By The Numbers provides a quick overview of the admitted freshman profile, and highlights interesting facts about the student population at UC Merced.
2019 Transfer By the Numbers
Transfer Students By The Numbers (Online only)
By The Numbers provides a quick overview of the admitted transfer profile, and highlights interesting facts about the student population at UC Merced.
Pennant
Large 10" by 24" 1868 University of California, Merced Pennant                                 

Regional Admissions Rep. by County
Need information about admissions to UC Merced? Contact the admissions representative for your county, listed here.

Contact Card
This contact card is a way for the Office of Admissions to collect information from prospective students in order to provide them with meaningful information about attending UC Merced.

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