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Sonoma State University Your Future, Your Destination, Your University Discover the Sonoma Experience Student Outreach Office 707.664.3029
Located in Sonoma County, heart of wine country Rural but not isolated, 45 minutes from SF Outdoor recreation opportunities
Why Students Love SSU Smaller Size Campus: – Total Enrollment 9,000 – Foster community building & leadership development Residential Community: – Most Residential Campus in CSU – 50% of undergrads living on campus Collaborative Learning Environment – Pre Health Professions, Wine Business, Business & Econ, Psychology & Social Sciences – COPLAC: high quality liberal arts education; one university per state.
Freshman Transition Programs – First Year Experience, MOSAIC, Freshman Interest Groups Sophomore Year Experience – Transfers & Sophomores Athletics – NCAA Division II & Club Sports – STUDENT Athletes – Going Pro… Who Else Loves SSU? – U.S. News & World Report regularly ranks SSU as one of America’s best regional colleges. – Voted one of the 50 most beautiful campuses in Nation – Princeton Review's New "Green" Rating Places SSU Among the Top Environmental Campuses in U.S.
SSU Develops Leaders With over 150 clubs & organizations, SSU facilitates an excellent way to get involved & gain leadership experience UNIV 238 Foundations for Leadership leads to paid campus leadership positions – Peer Mentors, Paraprofessionals, CSAs, etc. Research Opportunities, Internships, Hands on Experiences Outside of the Classroom
2013-2014 Cost of Attendance Cost ItemAt HomeOn CampusOff Campus Fees$7,234 $$7,234 Books & Supplies $1,788 Food & Housing $4,518$11,545$12,756 Transportation$1,494$1,390$1,456 Personal & Miscellaneous $1,338 Total$16,372$23,295$24,572 *fees subject to change
Campus Visits Campus tours – Year round/6 Days/Week & three times a day – Self guided Group Tours – School groups/ organizations 8 or more people – Tour, Admissions, Student Panel & more Seawolf Decision Day – Admitted Student Open House: April 12, 14
Impacted Admissions at SSU Impacted for BOTH freshman & transfer admissions Freshman Admissions – Local area admitted with CSU minimum eligibility criteria – Out of area admitted with higher eligibility index – Impacted Majors: Students applying to impacted majors are not given local area priority. All applicants considered based on specific impacted major criteria. Transfer Admissions – Local area admitted with CSU minimum eligibility criteria – SB1440 given priority & GPA bump – Out of area admitted based on major criteria – List of SB 1440 Degrees for Sonoma State http://www.sonoma.edu/admissions/associate_d.html http://www.sonoma.edu/admissions/associate_d.html Local Priority Area: Sonoma, Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Solano, & Marin Counties Students must pay attention to My SSU portal for important to-do items & deadlines
Fall 2013 Admissions Re-Cap Freshman Admissions 14,00 applications 8,000 admitted 1,850 enrolled Out of Area index: 3200 Average GPA: 3.21 Average SAT/ACT: 1040/22 Transfer Admissions 4,800 applications 1,900 admitted 850 Enrolled Average GPA 3.17 Spring 2014 Spring 2014 Local area Upper Division Transfers ONLY
Become a Seawolf! Student Outreach & Recruitment 707 664 3029 Student.email@example.com www.sonoma.edu Apply October 1st-November 30th
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