The following are changes proposed to Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations.
April 7, 2017
Statement of Reasons for Amendment of
Title 5, California Code of Regulations, Section 40601
Amendments define "impaction" among the listed "particular terms." Additional changes clarify how an eligibility index is determined. Clean-up language specifies effective dates for these changes, and updates terms for college-readiness examinations.
Statement of Reasons for Amendment ofTitle 5, California Code of Regulations, Sections 40803
Amendments specify conditions for undergraduate transfer to the CSU and stipulates that higher admission criteria may be established for impacted programs or campuses. Amendments to this section stipulate the conditions under which an applicant qualifies for transfer admission and under which an eligible Associate Degree for Transfer student will be assigned conditional admission priority. These amendments are proposed to ensure similar admission standards for freshman and transfer students.
Statement of Reasons for Amendment ofTitle 5, California Code of Regulations, Sections 40804 and 40804.1
Proposed amendments to sections 40804 and 40804.1 specify the conditions under which exceptions may be permitted for transfer applicants who have earned fewer than 60 transferable units. These changes will codify what is already admission practice at some CSU campuses, serving as part of an overall enrollment management strategy.
Statement of Reasons for Amendment ofTitle 5, California Code of Regulations, Sections 40806, 40900 and 40901
To achieve consistency with transfer units required for lower-division transfer students, the proposed amendments to 40806, 40900 and 40901 increase from 56 to 60 the minimum number of transfer units required for admission.
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