The chart below shows your chances of admission to this school, based on the information in your profile.
Create a free profile so you can see your chances at San Diego State University and thousands of other top colleges.
|Admissions Tests Required:||Recommended|
|Completion of College Preparatory Program:||Required|
|Secondary School GPA:||Required|
|Secondary School Record:||Required|
Undergrad Application Fee
Graduate Application Fee
|Credit for Life Experience:|
Many colleges put a great deal of weight on student ACT/SAT test scores when considering applications. Cappex can help you see how you rank compared to students who have been accepted to San Diego State University
|Address:||5500 Campanile Dr San Diego, CA 92182-7455|
|Admissions Phone:||(619) 594-6336|
Southern California lives up to its laidback, breezy vibe here. Don't come into everything as a ball of stress. Everything is very relaxed and very chill most of the time. Of course there's the stress of midterms and finals. But overall, in all aspects of life, people take their time here and don't worry about the little things.» Read More
Take public transportation if you can. Parking can be quite bad especially after 8am. If you live close to a trolley station take it to SDSU or bike although you have to be very careful not to run over people who walk in the bike lane. My best advice live close and walk. Make sure you talk to your professors after exams because you never know when you'll get some points back for things your TA took off that your professor wouldn't have. It is true sometimes TAs are harder graders than professors. Get involved tones of things to do to meet people no matter who you are. At the beginning of each semester they hold a big even where all the clubs/orgs/Greek life table trying to get you to join. Attend i'm sure you'll find one you like. Take a sport for a class its only one unit but you can rock climb, surf, jet ski tones of cool stuff. Last but not least, Have fun and study hard, I know kind of an oxymoron but hey this is really what college is all about. You'll see!» Read More