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I’m going to the university! Right??. “ a-g ” & other IMPORTANT requirements and decisions. a-g ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS. SUBJECT AREAS. YEARS REQUIRED. History/Social Science English Mathematics Laboratory Science Foreign Language Visual & Performing Arts

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I m going to the university right

I’m going to the university! Right??

“a-g” & other IMPORTANT requirements and decisions


A g admission requirements

a-g ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

SUBJECT AREAS

YEARS REQUIRED

  • History/Social Science

  • English

  • Mathematics

  • Laboratory Science

  • Foreign Language

  • Visual & Performing Arts

  • College Preparatory Elective

  • 2 years

  • 4 years

  • 3 years (4 UC rec)

  • 2 years (3 UC rec)

  • 2 years (3 UC rec)

  • 1 year

  • 1 year


Course requirement websites

Course requirement websites

www.doorways.ucop.edu/list

www.csumentor.com


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www.doorways.ucop.edu/list


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www.csumentor.com


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You will need to check the course list from each school you attended.

For example, if you attended Santiago High School during 10th grade, you will need to check Santiago’s course list to ensure that the classes you took there are accepted in the a-g list for CSU/UC.


Minimum entrance a g gpa s 10 th and 11 th grade years only includes summer

Minimum Entrance “a-g” GPA’s 10th and 11th grade years only (includes summer)

  • 2.0

  • (corresponding SAT/ACT scores)

  • See index

  • 3.0

  • (corresponding SAT/ACT and Subject Tests scores)

  • See index


College entrance exams

College Entrance Exams

  • SAT Reasoning or

  • ACT Assessment plus Writing

  • SAT Reasoning or

  • ACT Assessment plus Writing and

  • SAT Subject Tests (minimum 2)

All tests must be completed by December of your senior year.


Calculate your eligibility index csu only

Calculate Your Eligibility Index – CSU only

  • Once you calculate your grade point average, you can use this formula to see if your grade point average and test scores meet the minimum required eligibility index. California residents must (California high school graduate or a resident of California for tuition purposes) have a minimum eligibility index of 2900 using SAT scores or 694 using ACT scores. (The SAT score component for CSU is the sum of the mathematics and critical reading scores. Neither ACT nor SAT writing scores are included in the calculation of the CSU Eligibility Index.)

  • California nonresidents or nongraduates of California high schools must have a minimum eligibility index of 3502 using SAT scores or 842 using ACT scores.

  • SAT Scores: ACT Scores: [(Your GPA ) x 800] + Your SAT Total [(Your GPA ) x 200] + (10 x ACT Comp)

    My index is ______ My index is ______

  • If you apply for admission before you graduate from high school, you should compute your GPA using grades earned in a-g courses completed after the 9th grade. Do not include grades you expect to earn in courses you have not completed.


A g gpa eligibility indexes 10 th and 11 th grade courses includes summer school

A-G GPA Eligibility Indexes10th and 11th grade courses (includes summer school)


What are the rules on repeating courses

What are the rules on repeating courses?

  • A course in which a grade of C was earned cannot be repeated.

  • There is no limit to the overall number of repeated courses an applicant may present, but each course can be repeated only once.

  • A course in which a D/F is earned can be repeated with a course that has the same curriculum, even if the course title is not identical (e.g., Algebra 1 and Beginning Algebra). If a C or better is earned, the original D/F will not be including the GPA calculation. Only the new grade will be used in the GPA calculation.

  • Students must list all courses, including the original course, on their application.


Applying for admission

APPLYING FOR ADMISSION

  • Fall filing period is October 1 – November 30.

  • Apply online at www.csumentor.com.

  • Respond to all questions.

  • Check e-mail at least once a week and complete all university requests ASAP.

  • Send in official high school transcript, showing graduation date, in June.

  • Fall filing period is November 1 – November 30.

  • Apply online at www.universityofcalifornia.edu/admissions. Respond to all questions.

  • Admission decisions are sent out March 1 – March 30.

  • Submit Statement of Intent to Register by May 1

  • Official high school transcripts due by July 15.


Comprehensive review factors for freshman applicants

  • Academic grade point average in all completed "a-g" courses, including additional points for completed University-certified honors courses.

  • Scores on the  ACT Assessment plus Writing or SAT Reasoning Test, and two SAT Subject Tests.

  • Number of, content of and performance in academic courses beyond the minimum "a-g" requirements.

  • Number of and performance in University-approved honors courses and Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and transferable college courses.

  • Identification by UC as being ranked in the top 4 percent of the student's high school class at the end of his or her junior year ("eligible in the local context" or ELC).

  • Quality of the student's senior-year program, as measured by the type and number of academic courses in progress or planned.

  • Quality of the student's academic performance relative to the educational opportunities available in his or her high school.

  • Outstanding performance in one or more academic subject areas.

  • Outstanding work in one or more special projects in any academic field of study.

  • Recent, marked improvement in academic performance, as demonstrated by academic GPA and the quality of coursework completed or in progress.

  • Special talents, achievements and awards in a particular field, such as visual and performing arts, communication or athletic endeavors; special skills, such as demonstrated written and oral proficiency in other languages; special interests, such as intensive study and exploration of other cultures; experiences that demonstrate unusual promise for leadership, such as significant community service or significant participation in student government; or other significant experiences or achievements that demonstrate the student's promise for contributing to the intellectual vitality of a campus.

  • Completion of special projects undertaken in the context of the student's high school curriculum or in conjunction with special school events, projects or programs.

  • Academic accomplishments in light of the student's life experiences and special circumstances.

  • Location of the student's secondary school and residence.

UC Comprehensive Review

Comprehensive Review Factors for Freshman Applicants


Comprehensive review factors for freshman applicants1

  • All campuses place highest importance on academic achievement.

  • Criteria include strength of academic program, special talents and projects, accomplishments in light of life experiences and special circumstances.

  • http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/admissions/general_info/uc_reviews/freshman_app.html

  • Freshman Selection by CampusEach UC campus designs its own method for evaluating the factors considered incomprehensive review. For the most current information on how each campus selects its freshmen, visit these websites:

    Berkeley | Freshman AdmissionDavis | Application Criteria for Freshman Selection ProcesssIrvine | Freshman Selection Criteria at UC IrvineLos Angeles |Freshman Selection Merced | Freshman Selection at UC MercedRiverside | Admission as a FreshmanSan Diego | The UCSD Comprehensive Review ProcessSanta Barbara | AdmissionsSanta Cruz | Freshman Admission and Selection

UC Comprehensive Review

Comprehensive Review Factors for Freshman Applicants


Comprehensive review factors for freshman applicants2

  • Personal Statement

    An opportunity for applicants to provide information that supports and augments review process.

    Adds clarity, richness and meaning to application and completes the application.

    Enables application to make the best possible case for admission.

    An admission decision is never based on the content of the personal statement alone.

UC Comprehensive Review

Comprehensive Review Factors for Freshman Applicants


Comprehensive review factors for freshman applicants3

  • Two Writing Prompts

  • Describe the world you come from – for example, your family, community or school – and tell us how your world has shaped your dreams and aspirations.

  • Tell us about a personal quality, talent, accomplishment, contribution or experience that is important to you. What about this quality or accomplishment makes you proud and how does it relate to the person you are?

    Word Count: 1,000 words total

UC Comprehensive Review

Comprehensive Review Factors for Freshman Applicants


Virtual tours

Virtual tours

  • http://www.fullerton.edu/virtualtour/

  • http://www.csueastbay.edu/virtual_tour/

  • http://tours.fresno.edu/

  • http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/~sdsutour/vrtour/index.html

  • http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/aboutuc/tours.html

  • "See" what's happening at UC campuses and labs:

  • BerkeleyCampus Tour InfoOnline TourLive WebcamsVirtual Reality PanoramasVirtual Tours of Residential Hall RoomsDavisCampus Tour InfoVirtual Tour

  • Los AngelesCampus Tour InfoSelf-Guided Tour (pdf)Photo TourBruinCam

  • San FranciscoMission Bay and Other Campuses PhotosLibrary Virtual TourMission Bay Genentech Hall Online TourParnassus and Other Campuses Virtual Tour

  • Santa BarbaraCampus Tour InfoVirtual Tour


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Go to www.csumentor.com then click on “Explore Campuses” then click on “Comparative View”

California State University:

Tuition and Fees


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* University of California: Fees are subject to change without notice.


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CSU/UC Majors list including campus location:

www2.assist.org/browseAreas.do


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Explore majors offered at all UC’s and CSU’s by Alpha


I m going to the university right

Explore majors by Campus


Basic skills assessment at the california state university and university of california

Basic Skills Assessment at the California State University and University of California

New students enrolling at the 23 campuses of the California State University (CSU) will be joining more than 390,000 students and 22,000faculty members in an academic program requiring college-level skills in reading, writing, and computation. Students need to master these basic skills not only to accomplish college-level work but also to meet society's need for a literate, educated citizenry. Because some students admitted to the California State University lack the necessary proficiency in reading, writing, or math to succeed in college, the CSU has designed tests in English and mathematics to identify those students who could benefit from additional pre-baccalaureate study in these areas.Students who cannot demonstrate the level of proficiency in English and mathematics expected by faculty of entering freshmen will be placed in special courses or programs during their first term of enrollment to increase that proficiency and mastery. This brochure provides information about the English Placement Test (EPT). Another brochure, called Focus on Mathematics, available from the CSU Chancellor's Office or online at http://www.calstate.edu/ar/fom. pdf, provides information about the math assessment test, the Entry Level Mathematics Test (ELM).

The assessments may be waived based on passage of specific criteria set by the universities. See websites for further information.


Rcc transfer center requirements

RCC Transfer Center Requirements

60 Transferable Units

4 Critical Courses

  • Oral Communication

  • Written Communication

  • Critical Thinking

  • Math

    Minimum GPA of 2.0

60 Transferable Units

3 Essential Courses

  • English Communication

  • Critical Thinking

  • Mathematical Concepts and Quantitative Reasoning

    Minimum GPA of 2.4


Money for college

$ Money$ for College

FINACIAL AID

FAFSA

  • Pell Grant: $5550

  • Student Loan: $3500

  • Cal Grants

    • CCC: $1551

    • CSU: $5472

    • UC: $12,192

    • Private: $9708

SCHOLARSHIPS

  • www.fastweb.com

  • NHS Career Center

  • www.cnusd.k12.ca.us/Domain/3051

  • Bulletin Boards

  • Student Announcements

Financial Aid & Scholarship Night

November 17, 2010 @ 6:30 pm - Little Theater


Campuses of uc and csu

Campuses of UC and CSU


Student unions the place to go to get in the know

Student Unions: the place to go to get in the know


University registration deadlines

UNIVERSITY REGISTRATION DEADLINES

October 1 - November 30

November 1 – November 30


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