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 Total Number of Students Enrolled: 11,620  In a recent statewide survey, CSUSM alumni brag more about their alma mater than their university peers.

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2  Total Number of Students Enrolled: 11,620  In a recent statewide survey, CSUSM alumni brag more about their alma mater than their university peers. In fact, more than 95 percent of respondents believe their decision to come to CSUSM was the right one.

3  Our signature “learning in action” programs provide hands-on experience across all majors, such as: Video in the Community, Senior Experience, STEM Center and Frontiers in Science OUR CAMPUS FACILITIES  CSUSM Has 149 teaching and research labs including biomechanics, behavioral neuroscience, Cosmochemistry, ethnobotany, and nursing simulation.  Kellogg Library houses an industry-grade video and music recording studio.  CSUSM offers fully furnished, modern apartments with private and shared room options. Amenities at complex include a multi-system game cave, recreation areas, a fitness center, and a resort style pool.  A new student union featuring student lounges an expansive ballroom, an outdoor amphitheater, and office space for student organizations.

4 ATHLETICS Approved for NCAA Division II in July 2014 Current 13 NAIA collegiate teams: Number 1 Men’s Basketball Team Men’s Golf Women’s Golf Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Men’s Baseball Women’s Softball Men’s Cross Country Women’s Cross Country Softball Men’s Track & Field Women’s Track & Field Women’s Volleyball

5 FALL 2014 FRESHMAN OVERVIEW Total Applications = 12,862Total Admitted = 8,212  Average GPA = 3.24  Average SAT combined Math and Verbal score for admitted students = 948  Average ACT composite Math and Verbal score for admitted students = 19.8  Acceptance notifications began in Dec. for LAA and Feb. for Non-LAA  Non-LAA index was 3300 SAT and 783 ACT

6 FALL 2014 TRANSFER OVERVIEW  Total Applicants = 7805  Total Admitted = 2618  Average GPA = 2.85  Non-local admissions area students could not be accommodated for fall 2014  Preliminary Undergraduate Enrollment Numbers = 11,620

7 FALL 2015 APPLICANT OVERIEW TRANSFER AND FRESHMAN  Acceptance notifications will begin in December for LAA and February or later for Non-LAA  Additional CSU impaction criteria will be utilized for all non-local admissions area applicants, including higher GPA and eligibility index More info at select “impaction information.”www.csusm.edu/admissions

8 28 Bachelor’s Degrees Most Popular Majors: 12 Masters Programs  16 Teacher Credential Programs  One Doctoral Degree ACADEMIC COMMUNITY Communication Criminology Kinesiology Biology Sociology Business Administration Psychology Nursing Liberal Studies Human Development

9 IMPACTED PROGRAMS  Selection of major does not impact the admission decision  Students are admitted in “pre-major” status  Separate screening criteria within each major are used to allow students to declare these majors after students have been admitted. Impacted majors:  Business administration  Kinesiology  Nursing/Pre-Nursing

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11 VISIT OUR CAMPUS  Student led campus tours are offered Monday through Friday at 10:00am and 2:00pm.  Group tours for campus visitors of 10 or more people are offered by reservation only. Please call  CSUSM Freshman for a Day (FFAD) is offered during the school year for school groups on Monday and Wednesday only. Please Call  Self-Guided Campus Tours are available online or in Cougar Central during business hours:

12 Admissions & Recruitment (760)  Campus Tours Mon. - 10am & 2pm 10:00 am (760)  Financial Aid & Scholarships (760)  On-Campus Housing (760) ng CAMPUS CONTACTS


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