Transfer Planning

Transfer Planning

Transfer to the California State University

 The California State University (CSU) is the largest and among the most diverse public university systems in the U.S. with nearly 433,000 students and 44,000 faculty and staff.  The CSU has 23 campuses and over 1,800 bachelor's and master's degree programs in some 240 subject areas.

 

If you are planning to transfer to the CSU you should become familiar with the requirements for admission, general education, major preparation, and impacted majors

There are transfer tools and tips available on the CSUMentor Web site.  CSUMentor is an online resource designed to help students and their families learn about the CSU system.  The site includes information on CSU admission requirements, financial aid opportunities, and access to the CSU online application.

 

Students are advised to consult with a De Anza College counselor or academic adviser as early as possible to confirm your choice of classes and to develop an education plan for transfer.

 

Visit the Meet with a Counselor page to view the academic services available through the De Anza College Counseling & Advising Center or stop by the Counseling & Advising Center located on the 2nd floor of the Student & Community Services Building during hours of operation.

Quick Links: CSU
Q - Quarter System S - Semester System

Bakersfield (Q) 

Northridge (S) California State University Campus Map

Channel Islands (S)

Pomona (Q)

Chico (S)

Sacramento (S)

Dominguez Hills (S)

San Bernardino (Q)

East Bay (Q)

San Diego (S)

Fresno (S)

San Francisco (S)

Fullerton (S)

San Jose (S)

Humboldt (S)

San Luis Obispo (Q)

Long Beach (S)

San Marcos (S)

Los Angeles (Q)

Sonoma (S)

Maritime (S)

Stanislaus (S)

Monterey Bay (S)

 




Disclaimer:  The final responsibility for successful transfer rests with the student.  The information posted on the De Anza College Transfer Planning Web site is designed to assist you in obtaining the most accurate information possible.  However, this information is subject to change without notice, which may subsequently impact your admission to the University.

Students are encouraged to meet as early as possible and periodically with a counselor or academic adviser both at De Anza College and at the transfer institution to confirm your choice of classes and to develop an education plan for transfer.



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Last Updated: 11/8/13