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Chapter 1. California State University Subchapter 3. Admission Requirements Article 5. Admission As an Undergraduate Transfer Applicants Who Are Not California Residents and Who Have Completed the Prescribed Number of Units of College Credit   

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An applicant who is not a resident of California may be admitted to a campus as an undergraduate transfer upon satisfaction of the requirements of subdivisions (a), (b), and (d) or (a), (c), and (d), as appropriate:

(a) Commencing with admission to the fall term 2000, the applicant has completed satisfactorily at least 30 semester (45 quarter) units in courses at a level at least equivalent to General Education-Breadth courses, including courses in written communication in the English language, oral communication in the English language, critical thinking, and mathematics and quantitative reasoning;

(b) For admission prior to fall term 2005, the applicant has completed at least 56 semester (84 quarter) units of transferable college credit and has attained a grade point average in all units of transferable college credit which places the applicant among the upper one-half of eligible California residents who are applicants for admission under Section 40803, the required minimum grade point average to be determined by the Chancellor;

(c) Commencing with admission to the fall term 2005, the applicant has attained a grade point average of 2.0 (grade of C) or better in at least 60 semester (90 quarter) units of transferable college credit and has attained a grade point average in all units of transferable college credit which places the applicant among the upper one-half of eligible California residents who are applicants for admission under, the required minimum Section 40803 grade point average to be determined by the Chancellor;

(d) The applicant was in good standing at the last college attended.

Authority cited:

Education Code 89030

Reference:

Education Code 89030

(Amended by Register 2003, No. 40)