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High School Counselor Conference 2012. APPLICATION POOL. Fall 2011 Applications Received : FTF – 15,483 Number Admitted – FTF – 9,352 Number Enrolled – FTF – 2,925 Average GPA and Test Scores GPA for FTF: 3.33 929 SAT 19 ACT First-Year Retention Rate 86.2%.

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High school counselor conference 2012

High School Counselor Conference 2012


Application pool

APPLICATION POOL

  • Fall 2011 Applications Received: FTF – 15,483

  • Number Admitted – FTF – 9,352

  • Number Enrolled – FTF – 2,925

    Average GPA and Test Scores

    GPA for FTF: 3.33

  • 929 SAT

  • 19 ACT

  • First-Year Retention Rate86.2%

TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS ATTENDING FRESNO STATE 21,981


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APPLICATION POOL

ACADEMIC COLLEGES - ENROLLMENT

  • Jordan College of Agriculture 8%

  • College of Arts and Humanities 9%

  • Craig School of Business 9%

  • Lyles College of Engineering 8%

  • College of Health and Human Services 21%

  • Kremen School of Education 4%

  • College of Science and Mathematics 19%

  • College of Social Science 12%

  • Undeclared 11%

  • ETHNICITY

  • African American 5%

  • American Indian 0%

  • Asian 18%

  • Hispanic 45%

  • White 23%

  • Other /Unknown 7%

  • International 2%

  • GENDER

  • Female 60%

  • Male 40%


Fall 2013 selection process

FALL 2013 SELECTION PROCESS

FRESNO STATE IS IMPACTED FOR FIRST-TIME FRESHMAN FALL 2013

Local Admission Area: Fresno, Madera, Tulare, and Kings Counties

  • Applicants from defined local admission area will be admitted

  • Local Applicants WITH 3.0 GPA or higher will be admitted without SAT/ACT

  • SAT or ACT strongly recommended for all students

  • Athletes must meet regular admissions requirements and NCAA eligibility requirements

LOCAL ADMISSION AREA


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FALL 2013 SELECTION PROCESS

FRESNO STATE IS IMPACTED FOR FIRST-TIME FRESHMAN FALL 2013

Out of Area Students will be ranked ordered by eligibility index and admission offers will be made in descending order of eligibility until the freshman class is full.

  • SAT or ACT scores are required for all applicants from schools outside the local area.

    • Test scores must be submitted by January 15, 2013.

OUT OF AREA

  • SPECIAL ADMITS

  • Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)

  • College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)


  • Admission requirements

    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

    • Create Email account is required

      https://my.fresnostate.edu

      Student Portfolio-Admissions

      https://my.fresnostate.edu

    • Course requirements may not be completed during the summer after high school graduation.

    • Must meet all document deadlines

    • Campus appeals will be considered on a case by case basis and will be notified on decision or update with in 30 days.


    Impacted majors

    IMPACTED MAJORS

    • NURSING

      Admission: GPA in 8 prerequisite

      TEAS Test

      Fall Semester:Apply March 1-31

      Spring Semester: Apply August 1-31

      *Students are considered Pre-Nursing until admitted into nursing program

    • ATHLETIC TRAINING

      Intro to Athletic Training

      First Responder & Emergency Care

      Human Anatomy

      200 hours of observation

      2.5 minimum GPA

      March 1 – Application Deadline

    *B.A. Social Work – will suspend admission to the program for Fall 2013.


    Filing periods and timelines

    FILING PERIODS AND TIMELINES

    • October 1, 2012 -Application filing period for Fall 2012November 30, 2012WWW.CSUMENTOR.EDU

    • December 2012Admissions notices begin for local area students

    • January, 2013 EPT/ELM- Encourage students to take in January – April test will hold up registration for classes

    • January 15, 2013Official SAT or ACT score must be received by Fresno (Last test date for SAT is 12/01/2012, ACT 12/08/2012)

    • February 28, 2013Last Day to submit Fresno State Scholarship application

    • March 2, 2013 Last Day for priority filing for FAFSA

    • March 15, 2013 - ACCEPT/DECLINE ADMISSIONS OFFER BEGINS May 1, 2013 DOG DAYS (New Student Orientation) – $55student feeEARLY START SMART PAGE

      • April 6, 2013 PREVIEW DAY

    • June, July 2013 DOG DAYS: New Student Orientation sessions

    • June 30, 2013 Deadline for Admitted first time freshmen to submit final official high school transcript.


    Early start program esp

    EARLY START PROGRAM (ESP)

    • Students must begin their remediation the summer before their fall enrollment at a CSU through ESP.

    • Initial determination of expected participation in ESP will be done via SAT/ACT or EAP scores.

    • ELM/EPT, if required, must be taken as early as possible (no later than May) to officially determine participation in ESP.

    • Information on a student’s requirement to take ESP or placement exams (EPT & ELM) is available on their Smart Page at https://my.fresnostate.edu.


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    EARLY START PROGRAM (ESP)

    • Students will notify Fresno State of how they will complete their required ESP participation after they accept their admission to Fresno State.

    • Students may complete ESP at Fresno State, other CSUs, or CCCs.

    • Complete Early Start information including course descriptions are available at gotofresnostate.com


    Sb 1440 transfer degree fresno state offers the following aa t as t degree programs

    SB 1440 Transfer Degree Fresno State offers the following AA-T/AS-T degree programs:

    • Administration of Justice

    • Art History

    • Business Administration

    • Communication Studies

    • Early Childhood Education

    • English

    • History

    • Mathematics

    • Physics

    • Political Science

    • Psychology

    • Sociology

    • Studio Arts

    • Theatre Arts


    Athetics

    ATHETICS

    • Men’sWomen’s

    • Basketball Basketball

    • BaseballSoftball

    • Cross Country Cross Country

    • GolfGolf

    • TennisTennis

    • TrackTrack

    • Football Soccer

    • Equestrian

    • Volleyball

    • Lacrosse

    • Fresno State is home to the largest student

    • marching bands in California

    • (Over 260 strong)

    • http://www.csufresno.edu/marchingband/audition.html

    Division I


    Contact information

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    • University Outreach Services 559-278-2048

    • Admissions 559-278-2261

    • Financial Aid 559-278-2182

    • Athletics 559-278-2643

    • Campus Housing 559-278-2345

    • Scholarships 559-278-6572

    • Tours 559-278-8236

      www.gotofresnostate.com

      Preview Day

      April 6, 2013


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