CSU COUNSELOR CONFERENCE CAMPUS SPECIFIC ADMISSION PRACTICES PRESENTED BY: University Outreach 661.654.3138.
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CSU COUNSELOR CONFERENCE CAMPUS SPECIFIC ADMISSION PRACTICES PRESENTED BY: University Outreach 661.654.3138
UNIVERSITY PROFILE Total Enrollment7,906 Student to Faculty Ratio26:1 Average Class Size26 Bachelor’s35 Master’s19 Credential Programs7 State of the Art Library & Recreation Center 90% of Faculty have PhD’s Quarter System
FALL 2011 ADMISSIONS INFORMATION Average GPA for FTF2.98 Average SAT ScoresSAT 963 Average ACT ScoresACT 20 FTF Population13% Transfer Population12% Average Age of Students24 Female Students62% Male Students38% Average Unit Load15 Units FTF Applications5,300 FTF Admits3,513 FTF Enrolled1,030 Transfer Applications3,125 Transfer Admits1,537 Transfer Enrolled952
Serve the State of California Not an impacted campus FTF are admitted if they meet the following requirements: – Complete “a-g” college prep courses with grade of C or better – Earn an eligibility (SAT/ACT) index score – Applicants with a gpa of 3.00 or above are not required to submit test scores to establish admission eligibility SERVICE REGION & SELECTION PROCESS
Transfer Students – Admit Lower Division Transfer Students – Upper Division Transfer Students can be admitted based on courses in progress including the Golden 4 – In progress courses must be completed before the start term – “C” grade or higher required in Golden 4 courses SERVICE REGION & SELECTION PROCESS
NOTIFICATION PROCESS Admitted students are notified of status on a Rolling Basis beginning October 15 th through United States mail Applicants will be directed to the university Student Self Service Portal mycsub.edu and assigned an ID number to view their current admissions status
APPEAL PROCESS STEP ONE – Applicants should contact their Admissions Evaluator to discuss any admissions decision STEP TWO – Admissions Evaluator will consult with the Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management for a final admissions decision.
TESTING INFORMATION Applicants with a gpa of 3.00 or above are not required to submit SAT or ACT test scores FTF are encouraged to take the SAT or ACT placement test by January of their senior year CSU Bakersfield requires all new students to be tested in English (EPT) and Mathematics (ELM) prior to enrollment unless exempt – Scores will be used for advising and placement purposes
NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION All new students are REQUIRED to attend an orientation program Students must pre-register to attend programs - NO ONSITE REGISTRATION Students are allowed to register for courses at orientation FTF students must take the ELM/EPT placement exams BEFORE they will be allowed to attend an orientation program – Students not exempt will be required to participate in the Early Start Program Math ELM below 50, SAT below 550, ACT below 23 English EPT below 147, SAT below 500, ACT below 22 – Unless exempt by SAT, ACT, AP, or EAP scores Pre-advising is mandatory for the School of Natural Science & Math, Eng and Nursing New Student Orientation Program Fee - $35.00
COSTS TO ATTEND FINANCIAL AID SCHOOL CODE: 007993 Figures are based on undergraduate students considered full-time status (over 6 units) Non-Resident/Foreign Tuition $248.00 per unit (plus fees above) LIVINGON CAMPUSOFF CAMPUS Registration Fees$2,228.00 Books & Supplies$582.00 Housing & Meals$2,624.00$3,484.00 Total Cost Per Quarter$5,434.00$6,294.00 Total Cost Per Year$16,302.00$18,882.00
IMPORTANT DATES October 1 st – November 30 th - CSU Mentor Application Filing Period October 1 st – March 1 st - CSUB Application Filing Period July 15 th - Final transcripts to Admissions & Records - Students may be dropped if final copies are not received by this date July 1 st - Intent to Enroll form and deposit of $100 - Deposit applied toward registration fees - Refundable up to First Day of Quarter - Students who apply or plan to apply for financial aid can request a waiver
ADDITIONAL DATES March 2 nd - FAFSA Priority Filing Deadline March 15 th - Freshman Scholarship Application Deadline - www.csub.edu/finaid/scholarships/ June 1 st - Housing Deadline - Application fee is $50 (nonrefundable), and $200 to reserve space = $250.00 - www.csub.edu/housing July - August - Early Start Program - Student will be notified by email & US mail
CAMPUS CONTACT INFORMATION Admissions & Records 661-654-3036 Athletics 661-654-2583 Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) 661-654-2275 Financial Aid 661-654-3016 Housing/Residential Life 661-654-3014 New Student Orientation 661-654-3388 Orientation 661-654-3388 Students with Disabilities 661-654-3016 Testing Center 661-654-3373 University Outreach & Campus Tours 661-654-3138