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  • California Colleges
  • 2
    The Four Systems of
    Higher Education in California
  • 3
    CSU Campuses
  • 4
    California State University
    23 Campuses in CA
    Target upper 33% of graduating high school seniors
    Minimum GPA is 2.0
    Eligibility is based upon :
    A-G course GPA
    SAT reasoning exam score or ACT exam score
    Applications are accepted from October 1st to November 30th
    Priority admission for community college transfer students
    CSU offers quality education in the liberal arts and sciences and specialized training for a variety of career fields
    www.csumentor.edu
  • 5
    UC Campuses
  • 6
    University of California
    10 campuses in CA – only 9 open for undergraduates
    Target upper 12% of high school students
    Minimum GPA is 3.0
    Application criteria is based upon:
    A-G Courses and GPA
    SAT Reasoning or ACT with Writing
    SAT Subject Tests
    Extracurricular Activities and Involvement
    Personal Statement
    Applications are due senior year from November 1st to November 30th
    Admit upper division transfers only; Priority transfer admission for community college students
    • www.universityofcalifornia.edu
  • 7
    Private and Independent Colleges
  • 8
    Private and Independent Colleges and Universities
    77 Campuses throughout California
    Target students who are of good academic standing and in line with school mission
    Minimum GPA will VARY
    Requirements and Deadlines will VARY
    Most require A-G Track Pattern w/ specific course requests
    Most will request SAT Reasoning or ACT Exam Scores
    www.aiccumentor.edu
  • 9
    SPECIALIZED
    Specialized Schools and Colleges
  • 10
    VOCATIONAL
    Specialized Schools and Colleges
    This vocational sector of education grants certificates of completion or Associate’s of Arts degrees.
    Many programs are health, medical, business, or technical oriented in nature.
    Financial aid programs as well as job placement assistance are offered.
    Of these institutions, 14 out of 3,000 are WASC accredited.
  • 11
    Approximate Annual Fees and Tuition
    A new car lasts 5 years; an education lasts a lifetime.
  • Public Institutes
    Public colleges are those that are largely supported by state funds.
    If you attend a public institution in your own state
    Cheaper Tuition
    Easier to be Admitted
    CSUN, UCLA
  • Private Colleges
    Private colleges, on the other hand, are supported by tuition, endowment, and donations from alumni and friends.
    Usually More Expensive
    Usually offer the best financial aid packages
    USC, Pepperdine
  • THE CSU SYSTEM
  • CSU
    23 Campuses in California
    If you are a student and you plan on taking more than 6 units your cost is 4,026 per academic year
    If you are a student and you plan on taking less than 6 units your cost is $2,712 per academic year
    Extra Fees determined by each campus (Examples Below)
    Room and Board
    Health Fees
    Student Service
  • THE UC SYSTEM
  • Universities of California
  • Community College
    2 year university
    110 to choose for
    Local Junior Colleges
    LA Valley
    LA Pierce
    Glendale College
    Ventura College
    Mission College
  • Community College Cost
    An enrollment fee is charged to every student who takes courses for credit.
    The current fee charged to state residents is $20 per unit.
    A full time student enrolled for 12 units for 2 semesters would currently pay $480 per year in enrollment fees.
    Additional Expenses include
    Books
    Supplies
    Housing
    Food