California State University Information
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CSU Admission handbook will provides information about Admission requirements, transferring credits, available
programs and services, and more...
CSU Campus Impaction Information web page provides information about impacted campuses and majors for transfer students.
Local Area Colleges – CSU campuses will give admission priority to students who complete the majority of the units at the community college located in their local area. Students attending a community college out-of-area may require a higher GPA.
Specific information on Programs and Campuses:
Nursing Grid Requirements for CSU campuses – Effective Fall 2012 (subject to change)
CAL Poly – San Luis Obispo Admissions/Transfer Selection Criteria – to be prepared for transferring to CAL Poly San Luis Obispo, you must first review the selection criteria and course requirements listed on the CAL Poly web site. Then you may check WWW.ASSIST.ORG to find the equivalency of the course requirements with Cañada College courses.
San Diego State University:
- San Diego State University Admission Planner is a program to help students identify courses required to meet transfer admission requirements for SDSU. It contains information about transfer courses that may be used to meet General Education Requirements and Preparation for the Major. It can also be used to help you identify individual courses that are equivalent to courses offered at SDSU.
- The Admission criteria for upper division transfer students provide detail information on the admission requirements.
- San Diego State University supplemental Application information
CSU On-line degree programs can be found at http://odp.csusuccess.org/
Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT): AA-T/AS-T Degrees Offered at Cañada College
Senate Bill 1440 creates a pathway for students who are interested in transferring to a California State University. Based on this program students may receive an Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT), Associate in ARTS for Transfer (AA-T) or Associate in Science for Transfer (AS-T). Students who achieve one these degrees may receive benefit through admission process and receive special advising toward completion of Bachelor's Degree. Some of the Admission benefits could be priority admission and a GPA bumps. Please note that the impacted programs and/or campuses may also be a factor in Priority Admission.
To complete one or more of ADT programs, students must complete 60 CSU transferrable units that includes CSU General Education Breadth or IGETC, and course requirements for the major. You must successfully complete 12 semester units at Cañada College to meet the unit residency requirements for this degree. The following is a list of the ADT programs offered at Cañada College with a link to the course requirements for the major:
- Art History
- Business Administration
- Child and Adolescent Development
- Communication Studies
- Computer Science
- Early Childhood Education
- Elementary Teacher Education
- Environmental Science
- Law, Public Policy, and Society
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Political Science
- Social Work and Human Services
- Studio Arts
- Theatre Arts
You may visit the website, "Associate Degree for Transfer, a Degree with a Guarantee", to find CSU campuses that offer a similar program to those AA-T and AS-T degrees offered at Cañada College.
To receive the admission benefit from CSU campuses, your degree must be verified by
the Transfer Center at Cañada College. Please meet with your counselor first to plan
your Degree and complete your degree petition
by the given deadlines. The deadlines will be posted in the class schedule.