Application Process

Applications for Spring 2020 will be accepted through September 30. Applications for Fall 2020 will be accepted beginning October 1.

Admission Requirements

Admission to the program is based on the standard CSU transfer requirements: 60 semester units of transferable college-level work with a C average, completed by the end of the semester before enrollment in the program. (Summer and Winter Intersession not included). Thirty of these units must be in general education at a C or better, including A1 (Speech), A2 (Composition), A3 (Critical Thinking) and B4 (Math/Quantitative Reasoning). Entrance requirements can be in progress or planned when you apply, but they must be completed by the end of the Fall or Spring semester preceding enrollment.

To Apply

  • Please visit our Undergraduate Application page before applying. This page includes:
    • Pointers on how to use the Cal State Apply site
    • Important dates and deadlines
    • Information about Financial Aid
    • Information for international students

Please work closely with our Admissions Specialist, Amy Unger, 707-664-2601, amy.unger@sonoma.edu so she can support you throughout the process.

The Saturday Hybrid BA Degree Completion program can accept a maximum of 15 students per cohort. Once we have received 15 applications we will start a waiting list, and if we receive enough applications, we will begin another cohort. Applicants may also move off the waiting list if someone cancels. If space is available after the preferred deadline, we may continue to accept applications.

Pre-Admission Advising

Prospective students are strongly encouraged to seek advising before submitting an application.

First, you can visit your local community college's Transfer Center for an assessment of your CSU transferability and to work out a plan to take care of any missing requirements.

Once you are ready to apply, you will need to supply complete transcripts from all colleges attended. Official copies will be required by Admissions and Records, but if you require a discussion about your transfer status with an SSU SEIE Advisor, you may share an unofficial copy for that purpose.

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