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  • Word on the Street - Visit SF State - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    provides a link with the scientific research community I expect students to come out of my classes able to think critically and to appreciate the contributions of scientific research to our understanding of biology More from Megumi Fuse Diane Harris Professor Psychology When students are able to apply what they ve learned to their lives I believe we have accomplished some of the most important goals of teaching More from Diane Harris Herbert Leon Hatcher Undergraduate Sociology At some universities everybody walks the walk you have to look a certain way Here it s so diverse come as you want be who you want More from Herbert Leon Hatcher Robert M Hawkins Undergraduate Sociology The award winning speech and debate program captures what makes SF State and San Francisco great an open minded progressive and thriving community full of people with unique perspectives on life It rocks More from Robert M Hawkins Ralf Hotchkiss Director and Chief Engineer Whirlwind Wheelchair International San Francisco Urban Institute Institute for Civic and Community Engagement SF State is an innovative place with older students whom I m more likely to learn from because of their life experience Most ideas incorporated into the designs of my chairs come from people whom I helped start in the design process They encountered problems and came up with solutions More from Ralf Hotchkiss Charlotte Mårtén Undergraduate Journalism I ve always wanted to be a journalist because I love to write but now I realize that you can actually help other people by informing others in the modern world about what s going on out there More from Charlotte Mårtén Toni Mirosevich Associate Professor Creative Writing Here people are willing to risk it to go out on a limb to try something different in the classroom to honor traditional

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  • Student Outreach Services « San Francisco State University « E-brochure Downloads
    SF Promise Endowed Scholarship Fund Contact Us Quick Links Future Students Resources Select a Link Select a Resource Admissions Admission Status Check Application via CSUMentor Deadlines EOP Fees Former SFSU Students Forms Intent to Register International Students New Student Orientation Registration Testing Center Academics Academic Calendar Advising Class Schedule College Catalog Bulletin Colleges Departments Majors Minors Pre law Pre med Teaching Credentials Student Life Athletics SFSU Bookstore Child Care Clubs Organizations Disability Services Financial Aid Housing Jobs Internships Shuttle Buses Study Abroad Contact Hours Monday through Friday 8am 5pm E mail outreach sfsu edu Phone 415 338 2355 TTY 415 338 4321 Fax 415 338 0903 Address 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Student Services Room 106 Last Update 1 08 2016 E brochure Downloads Our 2015 2016 brochures are now available electronically Rather than waiting by the mailbox for your information to arrive get what you re looking for now These are the very same brochures you ll find in our office and from our high school and college visits You will need Adobe Reader to view the brochure please visit www adobe com products acrobat readstep2 html for a free Adobe Reader download If you have trouble

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  • Application Central - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    on the Street Brochures Printable e brochures in pdf format are available for download on the Student Outreach Services website Useful Tip Internet Explorer 7 0 Mozilla Firefox or Safari users visiting this page can increase or decrease the font size by holding the Ctrl key PC or the Command key Mac and pressing or Website Feedback Email prospect sfsu edu Last Update 09 22 2015 I Want to Apply Apply For detailed admissions information choose the category that matches your needs University Prospective students can easily apply online for admission to San Francisco State through the California State University www csumentor edu First Time Freshmen A first time freshman is defined as a student who has earned no college credit after the summer immediately following high school graduation Transfer Students with more than 60 transferable semester units 90 quarter units are considered upper division transfers International If you are applying for or currently on a non immigrant visa F 1 or J 1 then you are an international student Graduate Graduate students are those who have completed a four year degree and are pursuing a post baccalaureate degree Applicants with Disabilities Applicants with Disabilities unable to complete a specific course requirement because of disability may appeal to the Undergraduate Admissions Office Veterans Active Duty Military Military veteran active duty military or military dependent Second Bachelors Please visit the Office of Graduate Studies website for information regarding applying as a second baccalaureate student Extended Learning SF State s College of Extended Learning CEL offers a wide variety of lifelong learning classes seminars and certificate programs Financial Aid Students can easily apply online for state and federal financial aid through the FAFSA or the CA Dream Application FAFSA is for US citizens legal permanent residents and eligible non citizens The CA

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  • Application Central - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    visiting this page can increase or decrease the font size by holding the Ctrl key PC or the Command key Mac and pressing or Website Feedback Email prospect sfsu edu Last Update 08 25 2015 I Have Applied Check Application Status University Once you ve submitted your application to San Francisco State you should expect to hear from the University by mail within three weeks if all supporting materials have been received In the meantime you can check your admission status online for details about your application This service provides information about materials you may still need to submit to make your application complete such as transcripts or test results for example Financial aid Prospective students can check their financial aid application status view and accept their financial aid award offer on the web through the SF State Gateway Follow these instructions to access your financial aid status Login to your Student Center on the SF State Gateway gateway sfsu edu In the center of the next page in the Finances section choose on View Financial Aid Check your To Do List for any required documents Choose View Financial Aid and click on the appropriate Aid Year to view your

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  • Application Central - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    plan to attend San Francisco State must indicate their enrollment plans The initial Accept Admission Offer AAO window is April 1 May 1 fall semester and November 1 November 20 spring semester Students admitted after this period will have three weeks after their date of admission to file their AAO To file your Accept Admission Offer please go to your Student Center on the SF State Gateway Sign Up for New Student Orientation Register for Fall Classes Students receive early advising and early course registration at orientation Space in orientation sessions and fall classes is limited and available first come first served Orientation dates are offered on campus Sign up for orientation is available the day after you accept your offer of admission Immunization Requirements Submit Proof of Measles Mumps Rubella MMR and Hepatitis B HEP B All students must fulfill immunization requirements before they will be allowed to register for classes SF State email account Students once admitted will be automatically assigned an SF State email account We will send detailed instructions regarding your SF State email account to your personal email address once it has been created Once created you will receive critical reminders regarding class registration for the upcoming semester and other important information at that account Is selection of an SF State email account required Yes All new students will be required to have an SF State email account Once created students will be allowed to forward their SF State email account to a different email address if they want to receive messages at an existing private account The University communicates to students via their SF State email account once they are enrolled in classes Send Final Transcripts Final transcripts must be received by Undergraduate Admission prior to the deadline The deadline for fall admission is

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  • Impaction at SF State - How to Apply - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers apply directly to the major Required Courses College level drawing class Microeconomics Macroeconomics Color and Design General Psychology YES Beginning January 4 2016 and due by January 15 2016 Biology Domestic Students Freshmen Apply to pre Biology Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers Apply directly to major F1 J1 International Students Freshmen Lower Division Transfers apply to pre Biology Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers apply directly to the major Recommended Courses BIOL 230 240 Introductory Biology I II Chem 115 General Chem I Math 124 Elementary Statistics or Math 226 Calculus I ENG 214 Second Year Composition No supplemental application required See below Major Freshmen Transfer Applications Course Recommendations Requirements minimum grade of C unless stated above Supplemental Application Other Biochemistry BS Chemistry BA Domestic Students Freshmen Apply to pre Biochemistry BS or pre Chemistry BA Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers Apply directly to major F1 J1 International Students Freshmen Lower Division Transfers should apply to pre Biochemistry BS or pre Chemistry BA Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers apply directly to the major Recommended Courses Chem 115 General Chemistry I with lab Chem 215 216 General Chemistry II and lab Chem 233 234 Organic Chemistry I and lab Phys 111 112 Physics with Calculus I and lab Math 109 199 Pre calculus or Math 226 Calculus I Other recommended courses Chem 335 336 Organic Chem II with lab and Phys 121 122 General College Physics II and lab No supplemental application required Chemistry BS Domestic Students Freshmen Apply as to pre Chemistry BS Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers Apply directly to major F1 J1 International Students Freshmen Lower Division Transfers should apply to pre Chemistry BS Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers apply directly to the major Recommended Courses Chem 115 General Chemistry I with lab Chem 215 216 General Chemistry II and lab Chem 233 234 Organic Chemistry I and lab Phys 220 222 General College Physics with Calculus I and lab Math 226 Calculus I Math 227 Calculus II Other recommended courses Chem 335 336 Organic Chem II with lab and Phys 230 Phys 232 Physics with Calculus II and lab No supplemental application required See below Child Adolescent Development Domestic Students Freshmen Apply to pre Child Adolescent Development Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers Apply directly to major F1 J1 International Students Freshmen Lower Division Transfers should apply to pre Child Adolescent Development Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers apply directly to the major Prerequisites CAD 210 CAD 260 ENG 214 All have community college equivalents which we accept Grade of C or better in CAD 210 and CAD 260 Grade of C or better in ENG 214 as per university standard No supplemental application required See below Major Freshmen Transfer Applications Course Recommendations Requirements minimum grade of C unless stated above Supplemental Application Other Criminal Justice Domestic Students Freshmen Apply to pre Criminal Justice Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers Apply directly to major F1 J1 International Students Freshmen Lower Division Transfers should apply to pre Criminal Justice Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers apply directly to the major None No supplemental application required See below Dietetics Domestic Students Freshmen Apply to pre Dietetics Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers Apply directly to major Second Baccalaureate Apply by department approved exception only contact the department directly for information F1 J1 International Students Freshmen Lower Division Transfers should apply to pre Dietetics Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers apply directly to the major Required Courses Microbiology with lab Statistics General Psychology Nutrition General Chemistry YES Beginning January 4 2016 and by January 8 2016 Major Freshmen Transfer Applications Course Recommendations Requirements minimum grade of C unless stated above Supplemental Application Other Environmental Studies Domestic International Students Freshmen May apply directly to the major Upper Division Transfers Apply directly to major None No supplemental application required See below Health Education Domestic Students Freshmen Apply to pre Health Education Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers Apply directly to major F1 J1 International Students Freshmen Lower Division Transfers should apply to pre Health Education Admission to the pre major does not guarantee admission to the major program Students must apply to enter the major before their junior year Upper Division Transfers apply

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  • Veterans + Active Duty Military - How to Apply - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    Services website Useful Tip Internet Explorer 7 0 Mozilla Firefox or Safari users visiting this page can increase or decrease the font size by holding the Ctrl key PC or the Command key Mac and pressing or Website Feedback Email prospect sfsu edu Last Update 06 25 2015 How to Apply Veterans Active Duty Military San Francisco State University is committed to helping active duty members of the military and veterans of military service attain their educational goals Active duty personnel veterans reservists and dependents of service related disabled or deceased veterans are encouraged to browse Veterans Corner web site to learn more about the application process and educational benefits at San Francisco State For additional veteran s application assistance contact Ben Yang the Veterans Services Coordinator at 415 338 6147 or email your questions to byang sfsu edu For additional information about admissions in general including e brochures campus tours and campus audio tour podcasts visit the Student Outreach Services Web site at www sfsu edu outreach V E T S SFSU V E T S stands for Veterans Education Transition Support and is the student organization for veterans and their families and friends at SF State The members of the club have come together on campus to meet and talk to other veterans educate the campus community about veterans and to have a good time The main goals of the club are to promote student life and create a non partisan environment at SF State We invite you to become part of the club For more information check out their V E T S SFSU website Facebook Page or e mail vets sfsu gmail com Vets register first at SF State Continuing students who are veterans or members of the armed forces of the United States will register

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  • Other Study Options - How to Apply - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    for students depending on their circumstances or their stage of life and learning College of Extended Learning The College of Extended Learning CEL at San Francisco State University offers a wide variety of continuing education courses and programs to prepare you for career advancement career change or personal growth CEL offers nationally acclaimed curricula and faculty weekend evening and online courses plus access to thousands of transferable degree credit university classes through Open University Cañada College SF State Pathways Program SF State and Cañada College have begun a partnership enabling students to take upper division and graduate level classes for SF State credit at Canada College s Redwood City campus Classes in Child and Adolescent Development and Nursing are currently being offered as well as the Certificate in Spanish English Legal Interpretation through the College of Extended Learning The program s goal is for students to be able to complete as much as possible of their four year degree course on the Cañada College campus Students must still apply and be admitted to SF State Visit Cañada College web site for more information SF State and College of Marin Partnership The College of Marin and San Francisco State University Partnership brings the Child and Adolescent Development CAD major to the College of Marin Indian Valley Campus Eligible current and former community college students can enroll in a maximum of two courses in the CAD major at reduced tuition fees before being admitted to the University Pathways affords students an opportunity to try before they buy and helps them gain confidence in their ability to do upper division course work Courses taken via Pathways generate a SF State transcript and will apply toward graduation in specific majors once a student has transferred Study Abroad and International Exchange Program The Office of

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