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Fall 2009 Admission. More than 55,000 applications were received for approximately 6,900 freshmen and transfer spaces. Admitted freshmen profile: Average Eligibility Index: 4,228 (SAT), 1,024 (ACT) GPA: 3.81 SAT Reasoning Score: 1,179 ACT: 26. Data as of 08/18/09.

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Fall 2009 admission

Fall 2009 Admission

  • More than 55,000 applications were received for approximately 6,900 freshmen and transfer spaces.

  • Admitted freshmen profile:

    • Average Eligibility Index: 4,228 (SAT), 1,024 (ACT)

    • GPA: 3.81

    • SAT Reasoning Score: 1,179

    • ACT: 26

Data as of 08/18/09


Fall 2010 admission process

Fall 2010 Admission Process

  • Application filing period: October 1 - November 30

  • All required coursework must be completed by end of the spring 2010 term.

  • Freshman admission decisions are provisional and made using self-reported information.

  • Admission status will be verified using final official transcripts. The offer of admission will be rescinded for students with incorrect information, if they fail to maintain their GPA/eligibility index score throughout senior year, and if they miss any admission deadlines.

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Fall 2010 admission process continued

Fall 2010 Admission Process (continued)

  • All freshmen applicants must submit official SAT Reasoning or ACT test scores.

  • SAT Reasoning or ACT should be taken no later than November of a student’s senior year.

  • Enrollment Deadlines:

    • January 15, 2010: Incomplete application

    • May 1, 2010: Intent to Enroll deposit, official transcripts with 7th semester grades, and test scores

    • July 15, 2010: Official transcripts with graduation date and spring 2010 grades

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Academic life

Academic Life

Learning Opportunities

  • Honors Program

  • Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)

  • Study Abroad ranks second in the nation

  • Most popular majors: Business, Criminal Justice, Psychology

  • Degree Programs: 84 Bachelor’s, 76 Master’s, 14 Doctoral

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Approximate 2009 10 cost of attendance

Approximate 2009-10Cost of Attendance

Fees$ 4,902*

Books and Supplies$ 1,638

Room and Board (on-campus)$11,485

Transportation $ 1,320

Personal Expenses$ 2,657

TOTAL$22,002

*Non-resident fees include an additional $372/unit.

NOTE: Fees are subject to change without notice.

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Financial aid and scholarships

Financial Aid and Scholarships

  • FAFSA Code 001151

  • Submit FAFSA: January 1 – March 2, 2010

  • SDSU Scholarships: Everyone should apply

    • Deadline: early February 2010

    • Specific major or general

    • Range of GPA requirements

    • Essay and spell-check

    • Notification: late May to early June

  • www.sdsu.edu/financialaid

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On campus housing

On-Campus Housing

  • 8 residence halls with approximately 4,000 beds

  • Virtual tours and room floor plans at www.sdsu.edu/housing

  • Housing Procedures:

    • Applicants should indicate housing interest in the WebPortal as soon as they have a RedID number.

    • License agreements will be made available online by early spring to all admitted students who have indicated interest in on-campus housing.

    • Once you receive the license agreement, priority for on-campus housing and living choices is determined by the date the student completes the license agreement and paid the initial payment.

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Student life

Student Life

  • Number of student organization: 200+

  • Greek life: 50+ fraternities and sororities

  • Athletic Conference: Mountain West - Division 1

  • Number of study abroad programs: 190

  • ROTC: Army, Navy, and Air Force programs

  • Student Services:

    • Student Disability Services

    • Counseling and Psychological Services

    • Career Services

    • SDSU Children’s Center

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Minds that move the world what s unique about sdsu

Minds that Move the World – What’s Unique about SDSU

  • SDSU is ranked among the nation's best national universities according to U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges 2009 Guide."

  • SDSU ranks No. 6 in the nation for most bachelor’s degrees awarded to Hispanics.

  • In 2005/2006 SDSU awarded 6,476 bachelor's degrees.  In comparing to other public universities with an undergraduate population of 20,000 or more, that ranks SDSU in the top 15 nationwide. SDSU ranks No. 14.

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Visit san diego attend sdsu

Visit San Diego – Attend SDSU

  • SDSU Campus Tours

    www.sdsu.edu/campustours

  • Explore SDSU Open House

    March 20, 2010

    www.sdsu.edu/exploresdsu

  • Prospective Students

    www.sdsu.edu/prospective

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Contact information

Contact Information

  • Prospective Student Center Office of Admissions

    Students: (619) 594-6336

    Counselors: (619) 594-6966*

    [email protected]

    www.sdsu.edu/prospective

  • Counselor Connection

    www.sdsu.edu/counselorconnection

*Please do not give counselor number to students.


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