Admissions Updates

Spring 2019 (First-Time Freshmen Undergraduate)

CSU Fullerton is closed to First-Time Freshmen applicants for Spring 2019.

      Spring 2019 (Graduate)

      CSU Fullerton is open for Spring 2019 beginning August 1, 2018. The Admissions Office continues to accept and review applications until enrollment goals have been met. Please be advised that due to enrollment pressures, we anticipate closing many admission categories quickly. Apply early! Information regarding more detailed admission requirements, degrees offered, program adviser contacts, e-mail addresses and phone numbers may be obtained on the Graduate Studies Website at

          Spring 2019 (Transfer Undergraduate)

          CSU Fullerton is open for the Spring 2019 semester to upper division transfers from August 1, 2018 through August 31, 2018. Please apply as soon as possible. We are open to all majors and programs.

          By the end of Summer 2018, applicants must have completed the four basic subjects in General Education and have earned at least a C- grade or better in each course. In addition, all applicants must have completed at least 60 transferable units by the end of the Fall 2018 semester.

          CSU Fullerton is an impacted campus at the transfer level. Impaction means that there are more applications for a campus than can be accommodated. In order to ensure that capacity is not exceeded, more rigorous standards are applied to the transfer applicant pool. Impacted criteria may include local vs. out of local and major program impaction (see information on Impaction and Majors with additional requirements).

          Please consider applying to more than our campus for the Spring as we are impacted and we will not have space for all CSU qualified applicants. Please apply to a non-impacted CSU campus to keep as many options open to continue your education.

              Cal State Online Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
              Open for Spring 2019
              The Cal State Online Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, Professional Business Concentration is designed primarily for business professionals who plan to become effective managers dealing with processes and people. The concentration is targeted toward students who wish to gain a solid understanding of fundamental business disciplines. For detailed information about the program, including the admission requirements, please visit the website at .