Presentation on theme: "2004 Counselor Conference Freshman Admission. Average Class Size 37 lecture 17 lab Diversity (new students) SDSU Facts Fall 2003 Student Enrollment All."— Presentation transcript:
2004 Counselor Conference Freshman Admission
Average Class Size 37 lecture 17 lab Diversity (new students) SDSU Facts Fall 2003 Student Enrollment All students 32,803 First-time Freshmen 3,719 New Transfers 3,103
Learning Opportunities Freshman Success Programs Honors Program Faculty/Student Mentoring Internships Education Opportunity Program Study Abroad Community-Based Service Learning Degree Programs 78 Bachelor’s 61 Master’s 13 Doctoral Academic Life
Fall 2004 Freshman Admission Over 33,000 freshmen applications were received for approximately 4,100 spaces 47.7% of the freshmen applicants were admitted 78.2% of those freshmen admitted were from outside of SDSU’s service area Data as of 07/16/04
Freshman Admission Criteria Graduation from high school College preparatory subjects Eligibility Index Score
Freshman Admission Criteria High School GPA GPA is based on all approved college preparatory UC “a – g” courses Cumulative based on 10th-12th grade All UC Courses taken count in the GPA, not just the required 15-units
Freshmen Admission Criteria SAT I or ACT All freshmen applicants must submit official SAT I or ACT test scores SAT I or ACT should be taken no later than October of a student’s senior year SDSU will use the highest combination of scores if the student tests more than once
Selection Process for Freshmen Outside SDSU Service Area CSU-eligible applicants are ranked on Eligibility Index based on self-reported grade point averages and SAT I or ACT scores. Service Area Provisions SDSU service area applicants who meet the minimum CSU eligibility index of 2900 and fulfill the Entry-Level Mathematics (ELM) and English Placement Test (EPT) requirements will be admitted to SDSU. Applicants between the minimum CSU eligibility index and the eligibility index required of students outside of SDSU’s service area who do not fulfill the ELM/EPT requirements will be admitted to SDSU’s Dual Admission Program.
Average Eligibility Index: 4,077 (983 if based on ACT) Average high school grade point average: 3.69 Average SAT I total score: 1,129 Average ACT composite score: 24 Fall 2004 Admitted Freshmen Profile These are averages of students meeting the selective criteria. Characteristics and numbers will change based on the applicant pool for each semester.
Fall Application Process Application filing period: October 1 - November 30 All required coursework must be completed by end of the spring 2005 term. Freshman admission decisions are made using self- reported information. Admission status will be verified using final official transcripts. If SDSU criteria for admission are not met after the final review of transcripts, the offer of admission will be rescinded. Online application status check available at
Submit Intent to Enroll form, official transcripts (with 7th semester grades), SAT I/ACT test scores, and $100 deposit by May 1 Submit official transcripts with graduation date and spring 2005 grades by July 15 Fall Enrollment Procedures
Approximate Cost of Attendance Fees$ 2,936* Books and Supplies$ 1,260 Room and Board (on-campus)$ 9,391 Transportation $ 761 Personal Expenses$ 2,232 TOTAL$16,580 *Non-resident fees include an additional $339/unit NOTE: Fees are subject to change without notice.
Housing Application Procedures 1.Apply for License Agreement online or call for information. 2.Students will receive the License Agreement in Mid- May. 3.Returning the Agreement secures the student's spot. Assignments are made on a first-come, first-served basis. Students choose from several meal and payment plans, as well as special interest areas, such as the Living/Learning Center and International House.
National Science Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching Scholar Selection for “Challenge X” by the Department of Energy 7 th in Nation in number of degrees granted to Hispanics San Diego Trolley in 2005 What’s New at SDSU
Contact Information Prospective Student Center Students(619) Counselors(619) * Campus Tours (619) *Counselor phone numbers should not be given to or used by students Housing (619)