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To better serve high school and community college students facing university admissions challenges caused by COVID-19, the California State University (CSU) will extend its fall 2021 priority application deadline to December 15, 2020.
The California State University is committed to helping high school and community college students to overcome college admissions challenges caused by COVID-19. The CSU has taken steps to ensure students are not adversely impacted by these disruptions and can achieve their CSU education as scheduled. To learn more about the temporary changes the CSU has made to undergraduate admissions please select a link below.
If students have specific questions, they can contact campuses via email.
Campus contact information can be found here. We would encourage applicants to contact campuses via email and be patient while awaiting a response.
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A campus or major is “impacted” when there are more qualiﬁed applicants than available spaces to accommodate them. A number of campuses and degree programs are impacted, which may affect your plans to attend the CSU.