2014 CSU High School & Community College Counselor Conferences

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2014 CSU High School & Community College Counselor Conferences. Rural, college-town setting Mid-sized: 17,000+ students Residential campus 100+ majors and options Average class size: 30 Student-to-faculty ratio: 24 Leaders in Sustainability Civic Engagement Study Abroad. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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2014 CSU High School Counselor Conference

2014 CSU High School & Community College Counselor Conferences

1Rural, college-town settingMid-sized: 17,000+ studentsResidential campus100+ majors and optionsAverage class size: 30Student-to-faculty ratio: 24

Leaders inSustainabilityCivic EngagementStudy AbroadQuick Facts

2AcademicsLargest Majors BusinessPsychologyLiberal StudiesCriminal JusticePre-NursingExercise PhysiologyKinesiologyRecreation AdministrationCommunication StudiesMechanical Engineering

ONLINE options Liberal StudiesSocial ScienceSociologyDistinct ProgramsAgricultureMechatronic EngineeringConcrete Industry ManagementRecording Arts option in MusicCertificate in Forensic Identification

SB 1440 Programs24 Transfer Model Curricula (TMCs)

3Student Life & Services

services: 20+ student support centers academic, career, employment, health, and personal

HousingOn-campus housing not required 1st yearCompetitive - 2,150 beds available for freshmen or transferApplication opens in early April

Athletics: 13 NCAA Division II teams, plus Club Sports, Intramurals and the WREC

Involvement: 200+ student organizations

New! Foster Youth ProgramWildcat Leadership Center4

Impactedfor Freshmen & Transfer Levels

TRANSFER at least 30 units from one or more of the following: Butte, Feather River, Lassen, Shasta, Sierra College-Tahoe/Truckee, Siskiyous, or Yuba College

SB 1440 0.20 GPA boost, plus dedicated transitional advising

Impacted majorsNursing &Recording Arts option in MusicLocal admission area

FRESHMEN HS graduation from Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, or Yuba county

5Admission SummaryFreshmen Profile*Applied: 21,491Admitted: 15,245 or 70.9%Enrolled: 2,936Average GPA: 3.39Average SAT (CR/M): 1018Average ACT: 22Index Cutoff: 3200

* as of 8/25/14

Transfer Profile*Applied: 6,878Admitted: 4,291 or 62.4%Enrolled: 1,732Average GPA: 3.07GPA Cutoff: 2.2

SB 1440*Verified: 191Admitted: 183Enrolled: 88

Local: Standard CSU criteriaNon-Local: Impaction criteriaFall 2015 decisions mailed home Dec. 2014Apr. 2015$200 electronic confirmation deposit by May 1

6Cost & Scholarships

2014-2015 Academic Year: Undergraduate Fees*:$7,002Est. Cost of Attendance*: $22,000* full-time, CA resident student; non-residents add $372 per unit

CSU Chico Scholarships One, online application for merit and need based awards NEW application period!January 2-February 157

Special EventsOctober 25: Chico Preview DayApril 11: Choose Chico

Campus ToursMondays-Saturdays, 10:30 amRegister online.

Group Tours By reservation. Book early.specialtours@csuchico.edu

Self-Guided Tours Printable & Mobile App

VIRTUAL TOURS online

Visit us!8California State University, Chico400 West First Street; Chico, CA 95929-0722

Admissions1-800-542-4426info@csuchico.edu www.csuchico.edu/admissions Accessibility Resource Center530-898-5959arcdept@csuchico.edu

EOP530-898-4028eop@csuchico.edu

Financial Aid & Scholarships530-898-6451finaid@csuchico.edu scholarships@csuchico.edu

Housing 1-800-730-4243housing@csuchico.eduRequest that Chico Visit You!

chicovisitsyou@csuchico.edu

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