Diversity Recruitment : Sonoma State University

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CSU Subject Requirements : Sonoma State University

Basic CSU College Preparatory Subject Requirements
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The California State University requires that first-time freshman applicants to complete, with a grade of C- or better in each course, the following comprehensive pattern of college preparatory study totaling 15 units.


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Enrollment FAO : Sonoma State University

Combined Enrollment

If you are an undergraduate or a credential student and you are not enrolled full-time at SSU, required courses taken at another school through consortium or cross enrollment might meet the requirements to be considered in your overall enrollment status for the purpose of determining your eligibility for Pell Grant, Cal Grant Fee awards, Cal Grant B Stipend, Educational Opportunity Program Grant (EOPG), and/or TEACH Grant. You must be enrolled in at least 6 units at SSU for your combined enrollment to be considered. (Please Note: If you do not have one of the aforementioned grants in your award offer, consortium or cross enrollment will not result in any increase to your financial aid awards.)

If you are approved for concurrent enrollment at SSU and another CSU campus and you are not enrolled full-time at SSU, the courses taken at the other CSU campus will count toward determining your eligibility at SSU regardless of the type of financial aid awards you are receiving. You must be enrolled in at least 1 unit at SSU to be participating in concurrent enrollment.

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