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California State University-Fullerton Admissions Stats

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Admissions Requirements

Admissions Tests Required: Recommended
Completion of College Preparatory Program: Required
Secondary School GPA: Required
Secondary School Record: Required

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Special Factors

AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

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Contact Info

800 N State College Blvd Fullerton, CA 92831-3599
Phone: (657) 278-2011
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Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Taylor from Monterey Park, CA
  • Dec-01-2015 I am a current student here

    Since the school sends acceptance letters very early, make sure to send in all your materials as soon as possible. In addition pay close attention to the Fullerton mail you receive before and even after if you get accepted. You may be sent opportunities to join things like the Honors Program or Freshman Programs, and these programs require you to accept the offer before the school year starts. Also, make sure you have your financial aid in order before you begin your year. Trying to figure out your financial aid ( loans, scholarships, etc) is absolutely awful. Make sure you have any scholarships sent over at least 2 months before the school year starts if you expect to apply them your first semester there. It takes about a month and a half to have a scholarship posted to your account. The departments don't communicate with each other, and you may end up telling twenty different people your same problem.

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  • Cinthia from Los Angeles, CA
  • Jul-25-2015 I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    Make sure to start your housing application as SOON as it comes out! Constantly call the school and departments about any question you have, they're there to help :)

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  • Taylor from San Diego, CA
  • Mar-05-2015 I am a current student here

    If you live on campus bring your car, know someone who has a car, get used to walking, or have fun paying for uber. If you don't dorm, be warned... parking is horrible!

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  • Estefania from Santa Barbara, CA
  • Jan-08-2015 I am a current student here

    CSUF is definitively a commuter school. Even living on campus the school, the school is dead during the weekend. The classrooms are not as big as other schools. From my first semester I can say that I managed to get to know my professors, and they were all nice. The classes aren't super difficult either, but that can be either good or bad for someone that really wants to challenge yourself. There are freshman programs as well, the only thing most people like from them is the free printing. Freshman programs aren't that great though, they made us feel like lost freshman high school students. As well, being in a freshman program requires you to take University 101, everyone I knew that took that class found it to be a waste of time. University 101 doesn't really count for anything. Also, freshman programs tell you to only take 4 classes (12 units) because they tell you it's going to be too difficult, which is a total lie, taking 4 classes was too easy. Besides, if you only take 4 classes per semester will make you end up graduating in 6 year.

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  • Yarely from Riverside, CA
  • Dec-28-2014 I am a current student here

    Visit the campus on a normal day and feel the vibe to see if it's right for you. That's what I did for all the colleges I applied to.

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