Critical Reading & Math

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FALL 2013
HIGH SCHOOL
ADMISSION PRACTICES
SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
• Student Recreation Center
• College of Business
Administration
• The Kellogg Honors College
• Service-Learning
• Four-Year Pledge Program
• Study Abroad
• 250 Student Clubs & Orgs
• Preview Day
October 20, 2012
Fall 2012
Applied: 28,172
Admit Rate: 52%
(14,716)
Average GPA: 3.45
Average SAT: 1,090
(Critical Reading &
Math)
Avg ACT Comp: 24
Admitted Students by College
Agriculture
842
Business Administration
2,174
Education and Integrative Studies 284
Engineering
2,641
Environmental Design
727
Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences 2, 580
Science
3,382
Hospitality Management 325
Undeclared
1, 761
First Time Freshmen Selection
Eligibility Index Score: SAT or ACT &
GPA
GPA is based on all approved college
preparatory UC “A - G” courses from
10th and 11th grades
Use Highest Individual SAT
Critical Reading and Math scores
or highest ACT Composite score
Freshmen Waitlist
Local and Non-Local Areas
Impacted Majors for Fall 2013
Animal Science
Animal Health Science
Architecture
Biology
Biotechnology
Psychology
Sociology
Undeclared
Aerospace Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
SB 1440
A New Transfer Pathway
Streamlining of “similar
degrees” at the CCC
Psychology, Sociology, Communication
Mathematics
2 years at the CCC and 2
years at CSU
Must be certified at CCC
Fall 2012- 261 applicants
through CSU Mentor
CPP has counselor dedicated
to SB1440 students
Fall 2013 Admission Deadlines
• Application: October 1-November 30
• App Fee due before campus winter break
closure
• Take ACT/SAT no later than
December 2012
• Submit official scores by January 31, 2013
• Take the Mandatory EPT/ELM no
later than May 2013
• Intent to Register (SIR) form,
Enrollment Confirmation Deposit
(ECD), Housing Contract and
deposit due by May 1, 2013
• Official Final High School
Transcript due by July 15, 2013
Must Know Items
BRONCO DIRECT
• Application Status
• To Do Items
• Due Dates
Application Update Website
Mandatory Orientation
• Overnight Program
• Academic advising
• Class registration
• Student services and
resources
Housing Requirement for
Non-Local Students
Early Start
Information
[email protected]
$184 per unit (fees waived
for financial aid students)
CPP offers 1.5-unit courses in
writing and math
Early Start Writing is online
Early Start math is on
campus
For 2012, Cal Poly Pomona
initiated communication to
destination students
Students desiring to attend
CPP encouraged to complete
at CPP
Students may participate in
Early Start at any CSU
campus
Courses begin as early as
May and last course ends in
mid September
COSTS AND EXPENSES
2012-2013*
• Tuition and Fees
$6,624*
• Housing – On Campus
$10,991
• Books and Supplies
$1500
• Parking
$288
Over $162 million in
financial aid awarded in
2011-2012 (Grants,
Scholarships, Loans, Work
Study)
Thank You!
Office of Admissions & Outreach
909-869-5299
www.csupomona.edu
www.cpp4me.com
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