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New details for applicants for spring 2011 semester

Sept. 29, 2010 -- The application period for undergraduate admissions for the spring 2011 semester has now closed, and SF State will begin reviewing applications and issuing admission letters. Graduate applications are still being accepted and reviewed. This follows a decision from the California State University Chancellor's Office allowing campuses to begin admitting qualified applicants, despite the lack of a finalized state budget.

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SF State expects to admit and enroll approximately 800 new undergraduates for the spring 2011 semester. Applicants will be admitted by categories to reach the total number of students that can be served based on funding levels. Examples of categories that will be given priority for admission include:

  • - Fall 2010 applicants who fell short of admission because they were missing requirements  they have since completed
  • - Veterans returning from service

Applicants who cannot be admitted because of limited space will be automatically rolled over to the fall 2011 applicant pool. If applicants do not want to be considered for fall 2011, they can request a full refund of the application fee.

Those wishing to apply for admission for fall 2011 may do so beginning Oct. 1, and should apply online at www.csumentor.edu

For more information on undergraduate admissions, visit www.sfsu.edu/future/appcentral/appcentral.html

Graduate applicants
SF State's Division of Graduate Studies is still accepting and reviewing applications for spring 2011, but application deadlines are fast approaching. Spring deadlines for graduate programs vary by department, however graduate applicants are advised to submit all university and program application materials as early as possible. For more information on graduate program deadlines, visit www.sfsu.edu/~gradstdy/

-- Elaine Bible


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