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Campus Highlights and Admission Specific Practices Cal State Fullerton University Outreach firstname.lastname@example.org 657.278.2086
Where is Cal State Fullerton? We are located in the North-East portion Of orange County. We are 8 miles from Disneyland, 17 miles from John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, and 36 miles east of Los Angeles airport. Cal State LA – 27 miles Cal State Dominguez Hills – 28 miles Cal Poly Pomona – 15 miles Cal State San Marcos – 77 miles Cal State San Bernardino – 50 miles Cal State Northridge – 54 miles Cal State Long Beach – 24 miles
Who is Cal State Fullerton? Cal State Fullerton is an urban campus with a Fall 2013 enrollment of over 38,000 students. We offer over 100 degree programs across 8 colleges. We are designated as both an Hispanic-serving Institution and as an Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-serving institution.
Who is Cal State Fullerton (cont.)? U.S. News & World Report (September 2012) ranks CSUF among “Top Public Universities,” (No. 5 among Top Public Regional Universities” in the West. Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education (May 2012) ranks CSUF No. 1 in California and fourth in the nation among top colleges and universities awarding bachelor’s degrees to Hispanics. The nationally recognized Mihaylo College of Business and Economics is the largest accredited business school on the West Coast. CSUF is the only university teacher preparation institution in Orange County that is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
Signature Academic Programs The Biology Undergraduate Research Scholars Training program, or "BURST," promotes student involvement in faculty-mentored research DC Scholars Program, students work as interns for elected officials, nonprofit groups, lobbying firms and other agencies in Washington, D.C. They also attend classes taught by Cal State Fullerton faculty members Majors most often selected by incoming students – Business Administration – Biology – Psychology – Kinesiology – Criminal Justice – Undeclared students
University Learning Center College Based Tutoring Freshmen Programs President’s Scholars Program Educational Opportunity Program Career Center Center for Internships and Community Engagement Student Health & Counseling Center Physical therapy and sports rehabilitation Veterans Student Services Committed to Student Success
Student Life Cal State Fullerton students have over 350 clubs and organizations to choose from as well as hands-on community service opportunities, and numerous student leadership development opportunities. Our Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) provides part- time employment for more than 300 students, advocates on the state and local level for CSUF students, and is funded entirely by student fees. We are an NCAA Division I campus offering baseball (m), basketball (m,w), cross country (m,w), golf (m,w), soccer, (m,w), track and field (m), softball (w), tennis (w), volleyball (w), indoor and outdoor track and field (w) Housing is available in dorm style and apartment style
Cal State Fullerton is impacted as a campus and across all majors. We are impacted for First Time Freshmen and Upper Division Transfer Students Transfer Students http://bit.ly/UDTImpaction Freshman Students http://bit.ly/FTFImpaction http://bit.ly/UDTImpaction http://bit.ly/FTFImpaction Impaction SB-1440(ADT) Considerations: We give.1 GPA Advantage and at times may give ADT students a greater Admissions advantage
Fall 2013 Applicant Pool Applications Received: 40,989 Students Admitted: 19,643 (48%) Average GPA: 3.483 Average SAT Score: 1018 In-Area Academic Index Cutoff: – 3450 SAT| 826 ACT Out of Area Academic Index: – 3650 SAT | 878 ACT Bio / BioChem/Kinesiology – 3700 SAT | 890 ACT Cal State Fullerton requires an enrollment deposit of $250. The deadline for FTF is May 1 and the deadline for UDTs is June 1. Applications Received: 22,982 Students Admitted: 9,032 (47.6%) Local Area GPA cutoff: 2.7 Out of Area GPA cutoff: 3.30 SB 1440 Applications received: 5,770 SB 1440 Applications verified: 1403 SB 1440 verifications in progress: 299 SB 1440 verified students who were denied and redirected to other campuses: 260 First Time Freshmen Upper Division Transfer
Special CSUF Grants and Scholarships President Scholars – Generous annual stipend – Laptop computer for each scholars personal use throughout the four-year program – Priority registration for classes – Complimentary parking passes – Opportunities for 20 hours / week of work – Special invitations from university president to numerous social cultural and athletics events – Special recognition at Honors Convocation and University Commencement ceremonies Future Scholars – $1500 Scholarship – Personal one-on-one advising invitation to academic workshops – Involvement in mentor program – Networking opportunities
Visit Us! Welcome to Cal State Fullerton Day will be Saturday, April 11, 2015. Daily tours are offered M-F. More information about our tours, including information on how to reserve space, can be found at www.fullerton.edu/tours. www.fullerton.edu/tours
Final Thoughts Contact Info: Admissions - 657.278.2370 email@example.com Campus Tours - 657.278.3120 Disabled Student Services -657.278.3117 firstname.lastname@example.org Financial Aid – 657.278.3125 email@example.com Housing – 657.278.2168 firstname.lastname@example.org Transfer Services – 657.278.3358 email@example.com University Outreach – 657.278.2086 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com https://www.facebook.com/CSUFofficial