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  • International Introduction - How to Apply - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    directly from secondary school high school who has earned no college or university credit First Time Freshman applying with academic course work from outside the U S should Complete a high secondary school curriculum which totals 12 years of primary secondary education and earn a graduation diploma or certificate See specific secondary school credentials by country Complete high school curriculum with above satisfactory grades or marks which equals a 2 5 grade point average GPA in the 4 0 grading scale Submit official high school transcript academic record showing all courses with grades or marks and graduation diploma or certificate Official transcript must be in the original language of issue Submit certified English translations for non English documents Submit official verification of English proficiency except where English is the applicant s native language and has attended for at least three years full time at an institution where English was the principal language of instruction TOEFL score report with at least a minimum of 61 iBT or IELTS score report with at least a minimum of 6 0 or PTE Academic score report with at least a minimum of 45 SAT is not required Written essay or personal statement is not required First Time Freshman applying with academic course work from inside the U S should Complete the California State University high school college preparatory pattern with grades of C or better Meet eligibility index which is a combination of high school grade point average GPA and SAT or ACT scores Submit official high school transcript and proof of high school graduation Submit SAT or ACT Transfer a student who is or has enrolled in an accredited college or university following high school graduation Lower Division Transfer An applicant who completes fewer than 60 semester or 90 quarter units of transferable college credit considered a Lower Division Transfer Upper Division Transfer An applicant with 60 semester or 90 quarter units or more of transferable college credit is considered an Upper Division Transfer A student who attended at least two years full time and completed a full schedule of transferable course work may be considered an upper division transfer Transfer with academic course work from outside of the U S must Complete a high school secondary school curriculum which totals 12 years of primary secondary education and earn a graduation diploma or certificate for lower division transfers with above satisfactory results or marks which equals a 2 5 grade point average GPA in the 4 0 grading scale Lower and upper division transfer students must complete college or university level courses from a government recognized college university with above satisfactory grades or marks which equals a 2 0 grade point average in the 4 point grading scale Impacted programs may require a higher GPA Submit an official transcript academic record from all international institutions attended showing completion of courses with examinations and grades or marks Submit certificates or diplomas Official transcript and certificate diplomas must be in the original language of the

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/future/apply/international.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Transfer - How to Apply - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    sfsu edu future apply impacted html for more information on all impacted majors including deadlines and any required supplemental applications Supplemental Criteria Impacted Majors Certain impacted majors require a supplemental application from all transfer applicants Transfer applicants may be requested to submit additional information and should be prepared to meet all associated deadlines All transfer applicants compete for admission to impacted majors and are assessed and ranked according to grade point average and supplemental course criteria Have a back up plan Applicants to SF State impacted majors should have a back up plan at an alternative campus that offers their desired major Back to top Ensuring a Quick Admissions Decision Here are some tips to keep in mind Apply online at www csumentor edu AdmissionApp during the priority filing period see above Applications received electronically can be processed much more quickly giving you a faster admissions decision Pay the 55 non refundable application fee by credit card online to further speed processing or complete the online fee waiver available with the CSUMentor application Answer all questions on the application completely and accurately quick admission is based on self reported information If you are not a U S citizen send a copy of both sides of your Permanent Resident green Card SF State communicates with students via e mail Make sure to read all e mail messages and pay careful attention to transcript deadlines When the Office of Undergraduate Admissions requests them send official transcripts to SF State as soon as possible from all colleges you ve attended even if no coursework was completed Transcripts for coursework in progress should be sent after grades are on record Check your application status to ensure all supporting materials have been received Back to top Notification San Francisco State University will communicate admissions decisions deadlines and other important information regarding your application status via email Remember to check your email often for important admissions messages from SF State Fall admissions decisions for most local area applicants will be made in January or February Fall admissions decisions for out of area applicants should expect to receive admissions decisions in February or March Most fall admissions decisions for impacted majors will be made by April Back to top Transferable Units All California community colleges have lists of their courses that will transfer to CSU campuses ASSIST is California s official online service to help you determine transfer credit for courses you ve already taken and how those courses apply to admissions requirements You may also consult your college counselor or transfer center for assistance in determining which courses will be accepted for transfer credit If you are transferring from a four year college most courses will be transferable but if you need assistance determining if a course will meet transfer requirements consult the Office of Undergraduate Admissions Back to top Conditional Admission SF State may offer you conditional admission based on information you provided on your admission application You will be required to submit a transcript

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/future/apply/transfer.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Home - Campus at a Glance - San Francisco State University
    after SF State was founded in 1899 as the San Francisco State Normal School the school s teaching methods were defined as radical We ve been shaking things up ever since Through a process of continuous improvement and evolution SF State has become a university like no other Firmly connected with its innovative home city Strongly committed to creating opportunities for each student to discover his or her unique path

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~puboff/overview.html (2016-02-13)
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  • History - SF State Facts 2014-2015 - San Francisco State University
    of the spring semester History SF State Today Degree Program Offerings Students Faculty Staff Housing Money Matters Alumni Archive Related Links Campus Data Directory Prospective Students Frequently Asked Questions Getting to Campus Campus Map Alumni Hot Shots California State University SF State News Last Update 3 3 15 dr See SF State News on Facebook Flickr Google Instagram Twitter YouTube History Founded 1899 as San Francisco State Normal School a two year teacher training college First normal school in nation to require high school diploma for admission University Milestones Year First graduating class 36 women 1901 First man admitted 1904 First bachelor of arts degree 1923 Four year program initiated 1930 Liberal arts program first offered 1935 Master s degree first offered 1949 SF State becomes part of The California State College system now The California State University 1960 University status attained 1972 Number of Names 5 Years San Francisco State Normal School 1899 1921 San Francisco State Teachers College 1921 1935 San Francisco State College 1935 1972 California State University San Francisco 1972 1974 San Francisco State University 1974 present Number of Presidents 13 Years Frederic Lister Burk 1899 1924 Archibald B Anderson 1924 1927 Alexander C Roberts 1927

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~puboff/sfsufact/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Mission Statement - Campus at a Glance - San Francisco State University
    lead create and innovate SF State is a major public urban university situated in one of the world s great cities Building on a century long history of commitment to quality teaching and broad access to undergraduate and graduate education the University offers comprehensive rigorous and integrated academic programs that require students to engage in open minded inquiry and reflection SF State encourages its students faculty and staff to engage

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    Original URL path: /deptpage/acal4.htm (2016-02-13)


  • Colleges and Academic Departments - A to Z Index - San Francisco State University | San Francisco State University
    7631 Multimedia Studies sfsucel sfsu edu 415 405 7700 Music Recording Industry sfsucel sfsu edu 415 405 7700 Open University sfsucel sfsu edu 415 405 7700 Paralegal Studies sfsucel sfsu edu 415 405 7700 Pre Health Professions 415 338 2418 Professional Communication Skills sfsucel sfsu edu 415 405 7700 Professional Development Courses for Teachers sfsucel sfsu edu 415 405 7700 Project Management sfsucel sfsu edu 415 405 7700 Public Accountancy 415 338 1754 School Psychology Credential 415 338 7064 Short Term Study Abroad sfsucel sfsu edu 415 405 7700 Spanish English Interpretation Legal Court Medical sfsucel sfsu edu 415 405 7700 Technical Communication Proficiency Sequence 415 338 3988 Wetlands Science wetlands sfsu edu 415 819 2073 Work Life Transitions sfsucel sfsu edu 415 405 7700 Back to top Health Social Sciences College of Website E mail Phone CHHS Student Resource Center srcenter sfsu edu 415 405 3533 Child and Adolescent Development Program cad sfsu edu 415 405 3564 Clinical Laboratory Science Internship Program sfsucls sfsu edu 415 338 2332 Consumer and Family Studies Dietetics Department cfsd sfsu edu 415 338 1219 Counseling Masters Degree Program Department of counsel sfsu edu 415 338 2005 Criminal Justice cj sfsu edu 415 405 4129 Environmental Studies envs sfsu edu 415 338 1149 Gerontology Program sfsugero sfsu edu 415 338 1684 Health Education Department hed sfsu edu 415 338 1413 Human Sexuality Studies Department of sxsdept sfsu edu 415 405 3570 Institute for Holistic Health Studies ihhs sfsu edu 415 338 1413 Kinesiology Department of kinesiol sfsu edu 415 338 2244 Marian Wright Edelman Institute mwei sfsu edu 415 405 3976 Masters in Public Health MPH hed sfsu edu 415 338 1413 Nursing School of nursing sfsu edu 415 338 1802 Physical Therapy Program gppt sfsu edu 415 338 2001 Public Administration Department of mpa sfsu edu 415 817 4455 Public Affairs and Civic Engagement PACE School of pace sfsu edu 415 338 1149 Recreation Parks and Tourism recdept sfsu edu 415 338 2030 School of Nursing nursing sfsu edu 415 338 1802 School of Social Work socwork sfsu edu 415 338 1003 Social Work School of socwork sfsu edu 415 338 1003 Sociology Department of sociol sfsu edu 415 338 1466 Student Success Program ssprog sfsu edu 415 405 7447 Urban Studies and Planning Department of dusp sfsu edu 415 338 1178 Back to top Liberal Creative Arts College of Website E mail Phone American Studies Program Anthropology Department anthro sfsu edu 415 338 2046 Art School of artdept sfsu edu 415 338 2176 Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts BECA beca sfsu edu 415 338 1787 California Studies Program calstudy sfsu edu 415 338 6583 Chinese Flagship Program flagship sfsu edu 415 338 7032 Chinese Program sfsuchin sfsu edu 415 338 1421 Cinema School of cinedept sfsu edu 415 338 1629 Classics Department clas sfsu edu 415 338 2068 Communication Studies comm sfsu edu 415 338 1597 Comparative and World Literature wclit sfsu edu 415 338 2068 Composition for Multilingual Students Program cmls

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/deptpage/acaddept.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • About Us « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    Faculty and Students U Link49 is a new web based system for community engagement opportunities volunteer positions internships and community service learning placements This web based database creates and tracks linkages between faculty students and community partners connected with each or multiple institutions Return to Top NEW Interactive Map ULink49 Community Engagement Partners CLICK EXPLORE For a COMPLETE LIST of the Workers Partners please visit ULink49 Our mission is to bring faculty and students together with city and county agencies nonprofit service providers policy makers other educational institutions neighborhood residents to address the most critical social justice issues of San Francisco and the Bay Area The map shows the 11 supervisor districts and the different community government sectors in our program NEW Community Service Learning Town Hall Thursday April 30 at 10 30 a m in LIB 121 SF State Return to Top 2012 President s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction to San Francisco State University May 12 2012 The Corporation for National and Community Service a federal agency that leads President Barack Obama s national call to service initiative has selected San Francisco State University to receive the 2012 President s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction Nationally 110 colleges and universities are being recognized with the Honor Roll with Distinction for their strong institutional commitment to service developing campus community partnerships that produce measurable impact and engaging students in meaningful service In 2010 San Francisco State was one of six universities nationwide to receive the Presidential Award We are a valued community partner applying faculty expertise and student energy to research and projects that address our region s most pressing concerns Our students contribute nearly 2 million hours of community service a year to the Bay Area and global community said retired President

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~icce/ (2016-02-13)
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