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Table 13
Junior Undergraduate Transfers by Term, 2000-01 College Year
SummerFall*WinterSpringTotal
Bakersfield1649523780828
Chico -1,314 -6071,921
Dominguez Hills -945 -5281,473
Fresno -1,223 -6731,896
Fullerton -2,560 -1,8064,366
Hayward1619724572521,842
Humboldt23531 -224778
Long Beach -2,083 -8642,947
Los Angeles1468583663011,671
Maritime Academy -12 - -12
Monterey Bay -250 -121371
Northridge102,504 -1,3853,899
Pomona708723112761,529
Sacramento -2,403 -1,1963,599
San Bernardino -1,1344762031,813
San Diego -2,405 -1,8194,224
San Francisco12,059 -1,0273,087
San Jose -2,092 -1,0363,128
San Luis Obispo30173133261,370
San Marcos -716 -3721,088
Sonoma -691 -281972
Stanislaus17161092761,102
Campus Total72927,5662,28813,33343,916
Note: 
(1) Table does not include Summer Arts, International Programs or CalStateTEACH.
(2) As of summer 2000, the reporting of sophomore and junior transfer students has been revised to
more accurately reflect CSU admission policy.  Any sophomore transfer student entering the CSU
with 56 or more semester or 84 or more quarter total units earned may be admitted as an upper-
division transfer.  This revision has caused a one-time adjustment in the number of sophomore and
junior transfers as compared to previous years.
*Fall data have been updated to reflect current information as of the end of the
2000-2001 college year.  Fall data in this report may differ from previous reports.


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