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California State University (CSU)

Admissions and Related Information

The CSU is a leader in high-quality, accessible, student-focused higher education. With 23 campuses, almost 447,000 students, and 45,000 faculty and staff, they are the largest, the most diverse, and one of the most affordable university systems in the country.

 

Admission/Cal State Apply
A free online resource to help students and their families learn about the CSU system, select a CSU campus, plan to finance higher education, review fees and cost of attendance, and apply for admission.
 

Admission Requirements
Undergraduate admission requirements, including freshman and transfer information, for the 23 CSU campuses. 
 

Application Filing Status Report
A real-time reference for applicants to determine which CSU campuses accept applications after the initial filing period. 
 

Financial Aid 

Information on financial aid resources available to students at the CSU. Also included is the average cost of attendance by CSU campus and information on fees and non-resident tuition (tuition is not charged to California residents).

 

How to Get to College Guide 
These guides, for middle and high school students and their families, help students chart a path to college.
 

Impaction Information 
Click here to get the latest information on Impacted Campuses and Programs.

Guidebook 2017-18

Looking for even more details on admissions requirements and policies of the CSU system?  Download the Admissions Guide Book for further reference.

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CSU Admission Statistics

While admissions at the CSU will vary by campus and major, below are some stats on the freshmen admission rates for the entering class of the Fall of 2017.  Updates will be made as new data is provided.

 

California State University Admit Rate Freshman Applicants

Admits Applicants

Average GPA Average SAT Average ACT
Bakersfield  93%   5,796 

5,400

 3.2 905  19
Cal Poly Pomona 39% 33,857

13,307

3.49 1062 24
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 31% 46,820

14,651

3.92 1239 28

Cal  Maritime

85% 1206

223

3.3   N/A N/A 
Channel Islands 74%  10,310  7,613 3.22 925 20
Chico 65% 22,321

14,441

3.33 1000 21
Dominguez Hills 58% 4,615

2,672

3.13 851 17
East Bay 74%  14,776

10,938

3.1 901 19 
Fresno 52% 19,935

10,404

3.33 900   19
Fullerton 42% 41,841

17,515

3.56 997 22
Humboldt 75% 13,017

9,765

3.26 992 22
Long Beach 36% 56,357

20,326

3.5 1033 22
Los Angeles 64% 35,429

22,567

3.18 880 17
Monterey 49% 15,561

 7,576

3.32 977 20
Northridge 45% 35,145

15,687

3.2 920 19
Sacramento 67% 22,963

15,377

3.3 949  20
San Bernardino 65% 13,804

8,916

3.21 893 N/A
San Diego 34% 58,970

20,238

3.69 1113 25
San Francisco 68% 35,122

23,841

3.23 997  21
San Jose 68% 35,122

16,890

3.4 1040 23
San Marcos 85%  10,728

9,102 

3.19 N/A N/A
Sonoma 55% 30.583

16,890

3.2 N/A N/A
Stanislaus 67% 6,997

4,665

3.36 938 19
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Missed the presentation?

'Preparing for CSU Applications' presentation from March 15, 2018

CSU Eligibility Index

Calculate Your CSU Eligibility Index

Once you calculate your grade point average, you can use this formula to see if your grade point average and test scores meet the minimum required eligibility index.  California residents must have a minimum eligibility index of 2900 using SAT scores or 694 using ACT scores.

**Neither ACT nor SAT writing scores are included in the calculation of the CSU Eligibility Index.)**

Using SAT Scores (not with writing):

Your GPA  x 800 + Your SAT Total = Your Index 

 

Using ACT Scores (not with writing):

Your GPA x 200 + (10 x ACT Comp) = Your Index

Updated CSU Eligibility Index 

Major Selection @ CSU

All CSU campuses admit student's according to major.  Each major at each campus will have a different Eligibility Index required for admission.  A good rule of thumb is to apply for the major that you are most interested in, but choose an alternate major that is not impacted (if possible).  Keep in mind that Cal Poly Pomona, our local CSU, will look at intended major ONLY.

Search of CSU System by majors

List of CSU Impacted Majors - PDF

CSU Impacted Majors Search