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Cal State Fullerton Admission Practices, Fall 2010

Cal State Fullerton Admission Practices, Fall 2010

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  1. Cal State FullertonAdmission Practices, Fall 2010 University Outreach 657.278.2086 outreach@fullerton.edu

  2. Overview of Services • We are located in Orange County and were established in 1957. • Our 8 colleges (Arts, Business and Economics, Communications, Education, Engineering and Computer Science, Health and Human Development, Humanities and Social Sciences, Natural Sciences and Mathematics) house a combined 105 majors. • Cal State Fullerton ranks first in California and fifth in the nation for the number of degrees awarded to Hispanics. • By fall, 2011, we will increase our housing capacity from 836 to 1,900 beds.

  3. Review of Fall 2010 Admission Numbers • 33,556 applications received from First Time Freshman (FTF). • 15,153 FTF admitted. (45.16% of pool) • Opening Day enrollment: 3,910 FTF and 4,445 Upper Division Transfer Students (34,987 overall students)

  4. Review of Fall 2010 Admission Numbers (cont.) Fall 2010 preliminary data listed above. Fall 2009 data are shown in parentheses

  5. Campus Selection Process • Cal State Fullerton is impacted at the FTF and UDT levels. For Fall, 2011, we anticipate being impacted in all majors. • Our local area for FTF includes high schools in Orange County, Walnut, Whittier, Chino, Corona-Norco Unified, and Alvord Unified. • Cal State Fullerton strictly enforces stated application deadlines. Students who miss a stated deadline may have their application cancelled or their admission rescinded. • We send hard copy application acknowledgments and provide students with a campus assigned email and personal portal login information. From that point forward, we communicate with students electronically. If we need further information from them, we put it on their portal or we send them an email.

  6. Campus Selection Process (cont.) • Prospective Division I athletes (men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, and track and field; men’s baseball, wrestling; women’s softball, gymnastics, tennis, and volleyball) are encouraged to register for a CBS College Sports Interactive account at www.fullertontitans.com. In addition, women’s dance team tryouts are held each fall • Music majors (voice/instrument) must be admitted to Cal State Fullerton and audition for the department. Audition dates for Fall, 2011: February 26-27, 2011 and March 19- 20, 2011. Information available at www.fullerton.edu/arts/music/music_prospstudents.html • Starting with fall 2011 admission, entering freshman must participate in an early “placement assessment” audition for the BFA Musical Theatre “track.” Auditions will be 1/22/11 and 3/5/11. More information is available at www.fullerton.edu/arts/theatredance/prospstudents.html

  7. Admission Deadlines • For Fall, 2011, applications from FTF must be submitted from October 1, 2010 – November 30, 2010. • All Requests for information will be sent to students electronically. They must check their portal and email regularly for updates and requests. • Cal State Fullerton requires admitted students to accept their admission and to pay a $250.00 deposit towards their fall registration fees.

  8. Admission Dates Important Dates • Oct 1 – Nov 30: Apply for admission • Jan 21: SAT/ACT scores must be received • March 2: Financial Aid application due • April 16: Welcome to Cal State Fullerton Day • May 1: Accept Admission, Enrollment Deposit • May 7: Last day to take ELM/EPT placement exams • May 12: (5:00 pm) Last day to register for mandatory New Student Orientation • July 15: Final official high school transcript must be received

  9. Admission Appeals • We are impacted at both the first-time freshman and upper division transfer levels. Our process is deadline-driven and we hold applicants to our stated deadlines. If a student was not offered admission, or if their application was withdrawn because of a missed a deadline, it is unlikely that our decision will be reversed on appeal. However, if a student has significant extenuating circumstances and wishes to appeal our decision, they can download information on our process at http://www.fullerton.edu/admissions/appeals/

  10. Anticipated Annual Costs • Please note that the CSU reserves the right to increase or modify any listed fees up until the date when instruction for a particular semester or quarter has begun. 2010 – 2011 fees are anticipated to be as follows:

  11. Campus Contact Information • Contact Info: • Admissions - 657.278.2370 admissions@fullerton.edu • Campus Tours - 657.278.3120 • Disabled Student Services -657.278.3117 dsservices@fullerton.edu • Financial Aid – 657.278.3125 fa@fullerton.edu • Housing – 657.278.2168 housing@fullerton.edu • Transfer Services – 657.278.3358 transfer@fullerton.edu • University Outreach – 657.278.2086 outreach@fullerton.edu Counselors and students are encouraged to register for Titan Express accounts at www.calstatefullerton.com to receive the latest campus news, updated admission information, and helpful information about campus events.