Presentation on theme: "Diverse student body with 18,398 students. Princeton Review, Forbes, and U.S. News and World Report recognized CSUSB as one of the best colleges in the."— Presentation transcript:
Diverse student body with 18,398 students. Princeton Review, Forbes, and U.S. News and World Report recognized CSUSB as one of the best colleges in the west. Ranks among the safest public universities in California. State-of-the-art classrooms and labs. Fullerton Art Museum among 4% of accredited U.S. art museums. Distinguished as a Military Friendly School, according to a national survey by G.I Jobs Magazine. 4 On-line programs: BA in Criminal Justice, MBA, MSW, MA in Education- Teacher Leadership. Palm Desert Campus is a branch campus serving the Coachella Valley area. Accepts freshman and upper division transfer students.
Popular Majors Nursing, Criminal Justice, Psychology, Liberal Studies/Teaching, Biology and Pre-Med, Administration, Kinesiology, Nutrition & Food Sciences, Communication, Computer Science & Computer Engineering Impacted Majors Nursing, Social Work, Criminal Justice and Kinesiology (Allied Health Professions). Cyber Security Program Available as a B.S. (Admin, Cyber Security concentration) and a Cyber Security Certificate is available for Computer Science and National Security Studies students. "Scholarship for Service” (Cybercorps) Program sponsored by National Science Foundation (NSF), provides full tuition, lodging, books and a generous stipend and requires participation in a paid internship position with the Federal Government.“ CSUSB received, for the seventh consecutive year, the President’s Community Service Honor Roll- the highest federal designation a college or university can earn for its commitment to service learning and civic engagement. SB 1440 Criminal Justice, Anthropology, Art, Administration, Liberal Studies, English, Geography, History, Kinesiology, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Studio Arts
Coyote Athletics NCAA Divison II Men’s Basketball Soccer Golf Baseball Women’s Basketball Soccer Cross country Volley Ball Track and Field Softball Support Services: Adult Re-entry Center Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) Services to Students with Disabilities (SSD) Learning Center Student Assistance in Learning (SAIL) Student Leadership and Development (SLD) Student Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) Writing Center Veterans Success Center Children’s Center Housing: CSUSB offers Suite-style residence halls and Apartment-style units housing 1,500 students. Living Learning Communities (LLC’s): Global Scholars, First Year Experience, and Civic Engagement, Women’s Experience, Black Scholars, Coyote Pride, etc. All students living in campus housing are eligible for priority registration. New residences halls coming soon!
CSUSB continues to declare campus wide impaction for first time freshmen and transfer students for Impacted Majors: Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Social Work Social Work Nursing Nursing Kinesiology – Allied Health Professions Kinesiology – Allied Health Professions Impaction information can be found online at:
AppliedAdmitEnroll Avg. GPA SAT/ACT Avg. Freshmen11,857 7,610 3,079 2, /19 Upper-Division Transfer 6,7513,4671, N/A SB N/A Submit application during application priority filing period and meet all transcript, confirmation deposit of $100, Early Start Program (ESP), and document deadlines. Students are required to check their campus account regularly for important information from CSUSB. Attend CSUSB Presentation, Application & Financial Aid Workshops, and Open House event on Oct. 18, 2014 for information and assistance. Don't forget to submit AP/IB/CLEP scores and to take EPT/ELM placement exams early. Remember when a student is first admitted it's on a provisional or conditional basis and they must meet all admission requirements with their final transcript! Fall 2015 Application Filing Period: Oct. 1st – Nov. 30th, th Semester grades due: February 15 Confirmation deposit of $100 due: May 1 Register for ESP: Required for Fall 2015; July 21 Final transcripts/document deadline: July 1
Undergraduate Academic Year Commuter On- Campus Housing Off- Campus Housing Tuition Fees $6,549$6,549$6,549 Books$1,524$1,524$1,524 Food/Housing$4,518$9,966$10,929 Transportation$1,125$999$1,125 Personal/Misc.$1,338$1,338$1,338 Total$15,054$20,376$21,465 CSU, San Bernardino Estimated Standard Cost of Attendance Scholarship Opportunities California Middle Class Scholarship (MSC) California Dream Act The Dream.US President's Academic Excellence Scholarship (PAES) offered to top 1% graduating high school seniors in SB County. Mathematics and Science Scholarship(MASS) offered to the to 2% Riverside or San Bernardino County high school graduates or transfer students from a community college with at least a 3.5 GPA. (Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Mathematics, or Physics in the College of Natural Sciences). More than 85% of students receive financial aid More than 85% of students receive financial aid Average award is approximately $10,490 per year Average award is approximately $10,490 per year 57% of those students receive 100% funding 57% of those students receive 100% funding For more Information on Scholarships, visit
President’s Scholars EventSept. 13, 2014 Open HouseOct. 18, 2014 PDC Open HouseNov. 1, 2014 The College DreamFeb 21, 2015 College: Making It Happen!Mar Transfer DayFeb. 28, 2015 A Night With The PackMar. – May 2015 Black Student Leadership SymposiumApr Counselor’s DayMay 8, 2015 CSUSB Campus Tours By Appointment: Monday – 10:30 a.m., 12 p.m. & 2 p.m. Please Call: (909) |