SB 1440 Admission Priority Agreement

The two chairs of the SB 1440 Implementation and Oversight Committee met with the Chancellors of the two segments on March 14, 2011. We are pleased to report that the system leaders reached agreement on the following items:

  1. The Chancellors agreed that all campuses will participate.

The scenarios presented below were presented to the SB 1440 Implementation and Oversight Committee.

CSU Campus

Program

Transfer Student

SB 1440 Student

Non SB 1440 Student

Campus Not Impacted

Program Not Impacted

Local Student

2.0 GPA

2.0 GPA

Campus Not Impacted

Program Not Impacted

Non-Local Student

2.0 GPA

2.0 GPA

 

Campus Impacted

Program Not Impacted

Local Student

2.0 GPA

2.0 GPA

Campus Impacted

Program Not Impacted

Non-Local Student

Meets supplementary GPA criteria with a .20 GPA bump

Meets supplementary GPA criteria

 

Campus Not Impacted

Program Impacted

Any CA Student

Meets supplementary GPA criteria with a .10 GPA bump and if  20 or more seats available

Meets supplementary GPA criteria

 

Campus Impacted*

Program Impacted*

Any CA Student

Meets supplementary GPA criteria with a .10 GPA bump and if  20 or more seats available

Meets supplementary GPA criteria

 

 


Priority Proposal for Out-of-Area AA-T/AS-T CCC Transfer Students Seeking Admission to a Non-Impacted Similar Program Offered by a CSU Campus Under “Campus Impaction”

  1. AA-T/AS-T students who meet the supplemental GPA admission criteria established by the campus will be given priority over other eligible applicants who meet the same GPA admission criteria. Further,

In recognition of the academic preparation of AA-T/AS-T students, applicants will be given an extra .20 points in the GPA ranking for admission determination. For example, if the regular admission threshold is 3.5, AA-T/AS-T applicants with a GPA of 3.30 would be offered admission.

  1. If it is subsequently determined that the requirements for an AA-T or AS-T were not met, the admission may be rescinded and the matriculation and enrollment cancelled.

Priority Proposal for Students with AA-T or AS-T Degrees Seeking Admission to Impacted Programs

  1. AA-T/AS-T students who meet the supplemental GPA admission criteria established by the campus will be given priority over other eligible applicants who meet the same GPA admission criteria.  Further,

Applicants with AA-T or AS-T  degrees who apply for a similar program that is impacted at a CSU campus will be given an extra .1 points in the GPA ranking for admission determination as long as the program admits 20 students or more during any particular admission cycle. 

  1. If it is subsequently determined that the requirements for an AA-T or AS-T were not met, the admission may be rescinded and the matriculation and enrollment cancelled.