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2011 HIGH SCHOOL Admission Practices csudh

2011 HIGH SCHOOL Admission Practices www.csudh.edu. CAMPUS PROFILE. CSUDH is regarded as one of the most ethnically diverse campuses in the Western United States. ( US News and World Report ). Diversity of our Students 23.1% African American

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2011 HIGH SCHOOL Admission Practices csudh

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  1. 2011 HIGH SCHOOLAdmission Practiceswww.csudh.edu

  2. CAMPUS PROFILE CSUDH is regarded as one of the most ethnically diverse campuses in the Western United States. (US News and World Report) Diversity of our Students 23.1% African American 0.4% American Indian 11.5% Asian 0.5% Filipino/Pacific Islander 45.0% Hispanic 16.8% White 2.7% Two or more races Student Enrollment (Fall 2010) Total Students: 13,854 Freshmen: 1,655 Transfers: 8,683 Graduate: 3,031 Other: 485

  3. FALL 2011APPLICANT POOL • 26,719 Applied (13.2% increase) • 16,081 Admitted (15.4% increase) • Average Freshman GPA: 2.94 • Average ACT/SAT scores: • ACT 17 • SAT 851

  4. SELECTION PROCESS • A-G Requirements • Meet Eligibility Index • Who is Eligible to Apply? We are not an impacted campus and therefore will accept qualified students state-wide.

  5. SELECTION APPEAL PROCESS • A written Statement which clearly and concisely presents your basis of appeal. • Academic records which were not available at the time of application. • If you are submitting additional academic records, your Statement should include an explanation of why the additional information was not available at the time of application. • Official documentation of extenuating circumstances (for example: doctors' records, death certificates, etc.).

  6. COMMON MISTAKES THAT LEAD TO APPEALS • Missing Advertised Deadlines • Failure to make up coursework • Not completing the Intent to Enroll process

  7. IMPORTANT DATES & DEADLINES • Fall Semester Priority Filing: October 1 – November 30 • CSUDH Counselors Day: October 6, 2011 • A Day at Dominguez: October 29, 2011 • Last Month to Take ACT/SAT: December 2011 • Intent to Enroll: May 1, 2012 • Document Deadline: July 15, 2012 • Incomplete students by Feb. 1st • ELM/EPT Test Scores: April 14, 2011 (Final Opportunity) • Housing: April 15, 2012 (Application and $30.00 application fee must be received by this date) • Orientation (recommended): TBD (May-August)

  8. Early Start Program Students who are require remediation must begin the process in Summer 2012. We will notify your students in the spring along with ways to satisfy the requirement.

  9. COMMUNICATION • We will communicate with your students in the following ways: • MyCSUDH (Portal) • MAIL • EMAIL • It is crucial for students to activate their MyCSUDH account as soon as they receive their log-in information and check their CSUDH ToroMail often. This will allow them the most up to date information on Admissions, Financial Aid, Registration and important services and resources.

  10. ESTIMATED COST 2011-2012 Costs Per Year • Fees: $6095 • CSUDH Housing: $5124- $8232 • Books and Supplies: $1600

  11. SCHOLARSHIP & FINANCIAL AID OPPORTUNITES • 2010-2011 CSUDH dispersed over $106 million in Financial Aid • Over 600 scholarships awarded for over $1.3 million dollars

  12. SERVICES & ACTIVITIES • Career Center • Summer Bridge/Math Academy • McNair Scholars Program • Presidential Scholars Program • Transfer Center • Academic Advising • Degree Roadmaps • STEPS Workshop (Strategies Towards Educational Progress and Success)

  13. CONTACT INFORMATION Check out our Counselors Page www.csudh.edu/futurestudents/for_counselors.shtml Kimberly Larson klarson@csudh.edu or (310) 243-3996 Frank Colon fcolon@csudh.edu or (310) 243-3020 Jackie Chavez jchavez@csudh.edu or (310) 243-3816

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