Riverside County Community Colleges

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2012 Transfer
Admission Practices
Number of Applicants
Number of Admits
Average GPA
5,173
3,060
3.04 (local)
2.99 (non-local)
Fall 2013
Winter 2013
Spring 2013
Oct. 1 – Nov. 30, 2012
June 1-30, 2012
Closed*
*Only open to SB 1440
August 1-31, 2012
Closed*
*Only open to SB 1440
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CSUSB will continue to declare campus-wide impaction for transfer
students for 2013-2014.
Community Colleges located within CSUSB’s defined local admission area
will be admitted based on the minimum standard CSU admission
requirements.
Students are required to complete the Golden 4 at the end of spring 2013
for fall 2013 admissions.
Golden 4 must be satisfied with a grade of “C” or better (no “C-” is
accepted).
Local Admission Areas
(includes specific school districts within San Bernardino and Riverside counties)
San Bernardino
County
Community Colleges
Riverside County
Community Colleges
Chaffey College, San Bernardino Valley College,
Victor Valley College, Crafton Hills College and
Barstow College.
Riverside Community College District, College of
the Desert, Mt. San Jacinto College, Palo Verde
College and Copper Mountain College.
Please refer to CSUSB Admissions website for local and non-local admission
area and admission updates at http://admissions.csusb.edu
• Submit application during application priority filing period and meet all
transcript, confirmation deposit of $100 and document deadlines.
• Students should check their campus e-mail account and MyCoyote
account regularly for important information from CSUSB.
• Attend appointment dates at local community colleges, CSUSB
Presentations, Application and Financial Aid Workshops or CSUSB Open
House event on Oct. 27, 2012 for information and assistance.
• Remember, when a student is first admitted, it's on a provisional or
conditional basis. Their final transcript must confirm that they met all
admission requirements.
• Applicants who are denied admission may appeal the decision in
writing to the Director of Admissions no later than 15 days after
applicants have been notified. Appeals will be reviewed and answered
within 15 business days after the request for the appeal has been
received by the Admissions Office.
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The B.S.N. program is impacted and
only admits new students in Fall and
Winter quarters. Nursing website:
http://nursing.csusb.edu
Nursing accepts 80 B.S.N. students
each year (supplemental application
required).
Deadlines for Nursing Admission
applications are:
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Fall quarter : January 1st – March 1st.
Winter quarter: September 1st- October 1st.
Pre-Nursing advising session is
mandatory (with the schedule available
on the nursing website).
Palm Desert Campus accepts 20 B.S.N.
students every Fall term.
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The B.A.S.W. program admits new
students only in Fall quarter
(supplemental application required).
Social Work accepts 50 B.A.S.W.
students each Fall.
Deadline to apply for Fall is the end
of March.
Application packet is available to
download at
http://socialwork.csusb.edu.
B.A.S.W. Admission Information
Sessions available (not required) and
students can e-mail questions to
social work advisors.
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The Kinesiology concentration in
Pre-Physical Therapy (PPT) is
impacted.
Applications for Fall will begin on
March 1st - May 1st of each academic
year.
Kinesiology PPT students can start
any academic quarter and should
declare their major as Kinesiology
“undeclared” concentration.
Students must earn a 3.2 GPA in all
college/university coursework and
all prerequisites.
Kinesiology website:
http://kine.csusb.edu/index.html
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Criminal Justice is the newest impacted major.
Students should declare Pre-criminal justice as
their major.
Prerequisites must be completed with grades
“C” or better.
Upon successful completion of requirements,
student’s major will be changed automatically.
Criminal Justice website:
http://criminaljustice.csusb.edu
• All transfer applicants completing an ADT
degree will follow the same admission
procedures as regular transfer applicants.
• Admissions will verify ADT degrees posted to
final transcripts.
• ADT students must apply to similar majors in
order to receive the benefits of ADT.
• ADT students should meet with their
major/department to review degree
requirements to indicate their remaining 90
quarter units needed for graduation.
CSUSB currently offers the following similar degree
programs for ADT:
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Administration of Justice
Art History
Business
History
Mathematics
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology
Studio Arts
• Admissions counselors schedule visits with local community colleges to conduct on-site appointments
and workshops.
• All new transfer students will attend SOAR, mandatory student orientation, advising and registration.
• 95% of Transfer Students Commute, 5% live on-campus
• Largest Feeder Community Colleges:
1. Riverside Community College
6. Crafton Hills College
2. Chaffey Community College
7. Mount San Jacinto College
3. San Bernardino Valley College
8. Mount San Antonio College
4. College of the Desert
9. Citrus Community College
5. Victor Valley Community College
10. Copper Mountain College
• Transfer Day is a preview day specifically for transfer students , this event is held on Saturday, February
23, 2013.
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Mark Darby – (International Admissions Counselor/Recruiter) Chaffey College, College of the Desert, De Anza
College, East LA College, El Camino College, Fullerton College, Glendale Community College, Grossmont College,
Long Beach Community College, Los Angeles City College, Orange Coast College, Pasadena City College, Riverside
City College, Santa Ana City College and Santa Monica College
– Email: [email protected]
– Phone: (909) 537-3178
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Kyle Quarles – Antelope Valley College, Barstow College and Victor Valley College
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Michael Harrison – Citrus College, Riverside Community College and Norco College
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Email: [email protected]
Phone: (909) 537-3788
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (909) 537-3783
Marisol Huerta – Cerro Coso Community College, Mt. San Antonio College, Moreno Valley College and Chaffey
College (Chino Campus)
– Email: [email protected]
– Phone: (909) 537-3233
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Avi Rodriguez – College of the Desert, Copper Mountain College, Mt. San Jacinto (Main Campus), Mt. San Jacinto
(Menifee Campus) and Palo Verde College
– Email: [email protected]
– Phone: (909) 537-8111
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Lucia Zarate – Crafton Hills College and San Bernardino Valley College
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Email: [email protected]
Phone: (909) 537-7568
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Admissions & Student Recruitment ………......(909) 537-5188
http://admissions.csusb.edu
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Financial Aid………………………………………….…....(909) 537-5227
http://finaid.csusb.edu
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Campus Tours……………………………………………..(909) 537-5192
[email protected]
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Housing………………………………………………….…..(909) 537-4155
http://housing.csusb.edu
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EOP…………………………………………………………....(909) 537-5042
http://www-ugs.csusb.edu/eop
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Testing…………………………………………………….…(909) 537-5045
http://www-ugs.csusb.edu/testing
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Palm Desert Campus (PDC) ..………………………(760) 341-2883
http://pdc.csusb.edu
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