All upper-division transfer students must meet minimum requirements to be eligible.
Some CSU campuses and majors have more applicants than available spaces for students.
If you earn an Associate Degree for Transfer at a California Community College and meet the CSU's eligibility requirements, you can transfer.
If you are a new California Community College student, this program can guarantee you admission to the CSU campus and major of your choice, making the transfer process simpler and creating a smoother path to your bachelor’s degree.
The Educational Opportunity Program helps transfer and other students with academic advising, financial assistance and more.
Find out how upper-division and lower-division transfer students differ.
If you have an Associate Degree in Nursing, you may be ready to earn your Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing at the CSU.
What to know if you're not a California resident