Prospective Students

Spring 2018 Admission Applications

Spring 2018 admission applications are being accepted from August 1, 2017 to August 30, 2017 for upper division transfers only. Go to Stanislaus State Admissions to apply.

New Student Orientation Slide Show Presentation for all incoming Veterans:

The attached slide show is an overview of the information we go over in our Veteran New Student Orientation. If you have any questions, please the Veterans Affairs Office at (209) 667-3081 or via e-mail vadesk@csustan.edu.

NSO Slideshow

How to Apply and Transition Successfully into Stanislaus State:

  1. Speak with the Veterans Affairs Coordinator at (209) 667-3081 or vadesk@csustan.edu or an Admission Counselor to see if you meet the regular requirements for admissions at (209) 667-3070 or Outreach_Help_Desk@csustan.edu
  2. Complete an online application via http:///www.csumentor.edu during the application filing period. If the application period is closed, the Veterans Affairs Coordinator or Admission Counselor will instruct you on how to apply.
  3. On the application, mark that you will be paying the $55.00 application fee by check. Do not send payment. Veteran students are waived from having to pay the $55.00 application fee. After submitting your online application, please e-mail VADesk@csustan.edu to request a waiver of the application fee.
  4. Order official transcripts to account for all credits completed:
    1. Request high school and college transcripts from institutions attended
    2. CLEP/DANTES score reports: http://www.collegeboard.com
    3. AP score reports: http://www.ets.org
    4. Air Force: http://www.au/af/mil/au/ccaf
    5. Army: http://aarts.army.mil/Order.htm
  5. Send high school transcripts (if less than 60 semester units of transferable college credit), college transcripts, and SATI/ACT score reports to the following address:

California State University, Stanislaus
Enrollment Services Office
One University Circle
Turlock, CA 95382

  1. Be sure to adhere to all admission deadlines, especially the final document deadline.
  2. Send DD214 (if discharged) or DD295 (if still enlisted) to the Office of Admissions
  3. Contact Stanislaus State Veteran Affairs Coordinator, in the Student Veterans Center, regarding benefits information at (209) 667-3081. Discuss the submittal of benefits paperwork, based off of given deadlines, to the appropriate offices.
  4. If needed, apply for financial aid using the FAFSA at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov and speak with a Financial Aid Counselor at (209) 667-3336 regarding how G.I. benefits may affect your potential Financial Aid Award.
  5. Check email for User Id and Password by logging into http://my.csustan.edu. Use the http://my.csustan.edu website to check ‘admission status,’ ‘to do list,’ and to view ‘messages.’
  6. If admitted, attend the New Student Orientation. To sign up for New Student Orientation go to http://www.csustan.edu/studentlife/nso/.
  7. Depending on your level of education upon entry to Stanislaus State, placement exams may be required prior to registering for classes.