CSU Website Resources

CSU Mentor

  • A comprehensive website for:
  • Exploring and selecting a CSU major and campus
  • Transfer planning
  • Applying for admissions and financial aid
  • Understanding financial aid eligibility and opportunities
  • Establishing an electronic communications link between the student and CSU campuses

SB1440 Transfer Degree Information
Information from the state regarding the SB1440 legislation and how it impacts community college students trying to transfer to the CSU.

CSU Impacted Majors 
Find out which majors are impacted at the CSU campuses.

CSU Application Filing Status Report 
Find out which CSU campuses are currently accepting applications and which majors are opened or closed.

Map of CSU Campuses 
Click on the name of the campus to go to their website.

Campus Specific Practices for Transfer Admission

2012-2013 Admission Handbook

Veterans Education Opportunities
Get information on applying for benefits, admission requirements, transferring credits, campus contacts and links to helpful websites.


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Brian Farris

Brian Farris
Wildland Fire Tech Student

"Without a doubt the best part about Hancock College is the relationships you build with a group of like-minded individuals, and growing with that group. I enjoy the positive training environment that is created by the cadre and their efforts to help the cadets. They make the experience inside and outside the classroom fun. I would recommend Allan Hancock College to anyone interested in networking with a wealth of cadets and cadre who know what it takes to do the job. The knowledge you can open yourself up to will put you ahead of the game during your search for a career."
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