Admissions Rescind Process
All offers of admission to Sonoma State University are conditional until verification of your final transcripts. If you do not meet the admissions requirements to Sonoma State University your admission will be rescinded.
All admissions requirements must be met by the end of the spring term for Transfer and Graduate students and before the high school graduation date for First Time Freshmen, otherwise your admission to Sonoma State University will be rescinded. For information on the conditions on your admission please refer to your hard copy admissions letter, Stay On Track timeline and the CSU eligibility requirements.
If you would like to appeal your rescind decision by the university please follow the steps below:
- Fill out and submit the Admissions Rescind Appeal Request form, within 7 calendar days of your email rescind notification.
- Your letter must clearly outline your reasons for appealing the rescind decision and include a detailed plan for completing the missing requirements.
Requests are reviewed on a case by case basis by the university and will be considered on a space available basis. All rescind decisions by the university are final and will result in revoking your admission, cancelling enrollment, financial aid, scholarship and housing assignments. If your offer of admission is revoked by the university, the enrollment deposit fees paid will be refunded according to our refund policy.