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....
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UC Campuses
6
University of California
 10 campuses in CA – only 9 open for
undergraduates
 Target upper 12% of high school
students...
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Private and Independent
Colleges
8
Private and Independent Colleges
and Universities
 77 Campuses throughout
California
 Target students who are of good
...
9SPECIALIZED
Specialized Schools and
Colleges
10VOCATIONAL
Specialized Schools and
Colleges
 This vocational sector of education grants
certificates of completion or A...
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Approximate Annual Fees
and Tuition
Higher Education Systems Annual Cost
University of California (UC) $7,446
Californi...
Public Institutes
 Public colleges are those that are largely supported
by state funds.
 If you attend a public institut...
Private Colleges
 Private colleges, on the other hand, are supported
by tuition, endowment, and donations from alumni
and...
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 aca...
THE UC SYSTEM
Universities of California
Community College
 2 year university
 110 to choose for
 Local Junior Colleges
 LA Valley
 LA Pierce
 Glendale Colle...
Community College Cost
 An enrollment fee is charged to every student who takes
courses for credit.
 The current fee cha...
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  1. 1. 2 The Four Systems of Higher Education in California
  2. 2. 3 CSU Campuses
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. 5 UC Campuses
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. 7 Private and Independent Colleges
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. 9SPECIALIZED Specialized Schools and Colleges
  9. 9. 10VOCATIONAL 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.
  10. 10. 11 Approximate Annual Fees and Tuition Higher Education Systems Annual Cost University of California (UC) $7,446 California State University (CSU) $2,772 Community College (CC) $628 Private/Independent Universities (AICCU) $4,000 – 20,000 +
  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. 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
  13. 13. THE CSU SYSTEM
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. THE UC SYSTEM
  16. 16. Universities of California
  17. 17. Community College  2 year university  110 to choose for  Local Junior Colleges  LA Valley  LA Pierce  Glendale College  Ventura College  Mission College
  18. 18. 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

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