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5-course sequence includes intensive university-level writing
separate tracks for science and non-science majors
including 1 biology, 1 chemistry, 1 physics, and 2 from biology, chemistry, physics, or environmental sciences
Upper or lower division
3-course sequence in either category.
2 three-course sequences from two of these areas
includes university-level writing
1 course each in Biology, Chemistry and Physics
2 courses in specified domestic and selective global culture
outside of your major
Calculus, Logic, Programming and/or Statistics
Programs of Concentration are 6-course sequences (for non-engineering majors only)
Area Studies are 3-course sequences (for engineering majors only)
5-course sequence integrating humanities and social sciences
Math, Logic, Statistics, or Programming
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Cognitive Science, or Environmental Studies
at least 2 upper-division courses from one geographic area
includes university-level writing
narrative, aesthetic, and historical reasoning
analytical and scientific methods
First-year Revelle students are housed in a cluster of eight multistory residence hall buildings overlooking Revelle Plaza. Revelle residence halls are made up primarily of triple rooms and are arranged to promote social interaction among residents.
64 Degrees, 64 North, and Roger’s Market are all adjacent to student Housing. Basketball courts, a green roof space (with ocean view), and the Main gym and Natatorium swimming complex are also within a short walk
Located on the west side of campus within walking distance of the beach, Muir residential housing surrounds a grassy quad where students can study, play frisbee, or socialize. First-year students are generally housed in Tenaya and Tioga high-rise residence halls featuring suites of primarily triple rooms and some singles.
Opposite the Housing complex are Pines and Roots restaurants, Redwood Lounge, a small coffee shop, and a convenience store. The Mandeville Center for the Performing Arts, a pool, gymnasium, recreation fields and volleyball, basketball and tennis courts are nearby, making it possible to live a rich and varied life within a small area and maintain a strong community spirit.
First-year residents live in residence halls equipped with cable TV and high-speed internet. Residence halls house students in suites that vary of triple, single, and mini-double rooms surrounding a spacious common area with a living room, large bathroom, and a patio. First-year students may also overflow to a few Marshall apartments.
Goody's, OceanView Terrace, laundry facilities, meeting rooms, game room and student activities center are located nearby. RIMAC campus recreation facility, and Geisel Library are just minutes away.
Residence halls feature suites of single and triple rooms overlooking the UCSD Ecological Reserve. Freshmen may also be housed in apartments, located on the opposite side of Canyon Vista and Earl’s Place eateries. Each two bedroom apartment houses four five students in double and triple rooms.
Warren Housing offers covered bike storage and laundry rooms, student activities center, Earl’s Fun House, a Mac lab, Canyon Vista restaurant and Earl’s Place (a gourmet coffee shop and convenience store). Residential buildings surround basketball and sand volleyball courts. Canyonview Aquatic Center with an Olympic-size pool, climbing wall and weight room is close by.
The majority of first-year students live in residence hall suites of primarily triple rooms and some singles, bordering a community green and Café Ventanas. The Village Market and The Bistro Dining facilities are nearby, as well as the RIMAC sports complex.
Laundry facilities, study and meeting rooms, mailroom, game room, student activities center, student-run TV station and International House are all conveniently located in the ERC neighborhood. RIMAC campus recreation facility is just a short walk away.
Most Sixth College first-year students live in predominantly triple rooms and a few double rooms housed in eight two-story residence halls containing suites with lounges for studying and socializing. Small buildings in a park-like setting promote a sense of community where it’s easy to meet others. The living area is conveniently equipped with wireless internet.
First-year residents may also be housed in Sixth College apartments—furnished with kitchen, outdoor patio, dining room, living room and offering a mix of single, double and triple bedrooms. Laundry facilities, mailroom, Foodworx, Sixth Market, and Club Med Dining are all are nearby. A community lodge and quad offer space for studying and social programs.
Remember! Your Dining Plan allows you to spend Dining Dollars at any UC San Diego Dining Services restaurant or market on campus. Below is a description of the restaurants in each College neighborhood, but you are not restricted from eating at locations not in your College neighborhood.
more info from Dining Services
Breathtaking architectural design includes 30-foot glass walls, open natural wood beam ceilings, and a large outdoor dining patio and amphitheater. Enjoy a rotation of made-to-order regional cuisines including Ramen Bowls, Taco specials, and Indian food.