CSU Transfer Information

Minimum Upper-Division CSU Transfer Requirements:

In order to be eligible to transfer to the CSU as an upper-division (junior-level), student you must meet the following requirements:

  • Completion of 60 or more transferable semester units by the end of spring semester prior to fall transfer.
  • Earn a minimum 2.00 GPA in all CSU transferable coursework (2.40 for CA non-residents);
  • Complete at least 30 semester units of CSU General Education Requirements with a grade of C or better;
  • Complete 4 core areas of GE with a grade of “C” or better; most CSU campuses require the completion of these courses by the end of spring semester prior to fall transfer.
    • Oral communication
    • Written communication
    • Critical thinking
    • Mathematics
  • Be in good standing and eligible to reenroll at the college you attend prior to transfer.

Lower-Division Transfer Minimum Eligibility Requirements

Due to enrollment demands, most campuses restrict or prohibit the admission of lower-division transfer students who have earned fewer than 60 transferable semester units. Visit www.csumentor.edu for more information.

Filing Periods

The initial application filing periods are:

October 1 through November 30 for fall semester or quarter
February 1-28 for summer quarter
June 1-30 for winter quarter
August 1-31 for spring semester or quarter

PLEASE NOTE:  Some CSU campuses like Cal Poly, SLO and San Diego State only accept applications during the fall term.  Not all CSU campuses are open during the spring or winter semester/quarter and only a few CSU campuses accept applications for summer semester/quarter.

CSU General Education Pattern

CSU GE Certification Request Form

CSU Mentor

CSU Impacted Majors

SB1440 Transfer Degree Information

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