The Office of Admissions and Student Recruitment strives to provide exceptional customer service to our diverse community with the purpose of guiding and transitioning students toward achieving their educational goals.
All admissions requirements must be completed by the end of the spring term to qualify for admission to the following fall quarter at CSUSB. Courses taken in the summer immediately preceding the fall term one has applied to will not count toward admission requirements for the fall.
CSUSB is no longer accepting applications for Fall 2014. We are not accepting undergraduate applications for the Winter and Spring 2015 terms. CSUSB will start accepting applications for Fall 2015 starting Oct. 1st, 2014 through Nov. 30th, 2014.
Apply online at www.csumentor.edu.
Cal State San Bernardino has declared campus-wide impaction for 2015-2016. Eligible applicants from high schools and community colleges located within CSUSB's defined local area will be admitted based on the standard CSU system-wide admission requirements.
Undergraduate applicants from outside our defined local area who meet admission requirements will be admitted on a space-available basis. Are you in CSUSB's local area?
There are four majors at CSUSB where admission requirements for the major are set higher than other majors at CSUSB. These majors are Criminal Justice, Kinesiology: Pre-Physical Therapy, Nursing, and Social Work.
Applicants to Nursing and Social Work will be required to complete a supplemental application in order to be fully admitted into the major.
California residents are the only students who will be accepted into the Nursing major.
Failure to submit official transcripts by the deadline will result in the cancellation of your application for admission.
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To learn about your post-secondary education options, please set up an appointment with an admissions counselor, by calling the Office of Admissions and Student Recruitment at (909) 537-5188.
The Voluntary System of Accountability report is aimed at providing prospective students and their families with information about Cal State San Bernardino that will assist them to make decisions regarding their interests, abilities and educational goals. While the information presented will give you an overall feel for the campus and college life experience, we highly recommend you navigate through our university website and schedule a campus tour to get a more complete look at what we have to offer.