OUT-OF-STATE: Transfer Student Admissions Requirements

Upper Division Transfer Requirements

    To transfer as a junior or senior, students must meet the following requirements:
  • a grade point average of 2.4 or better in all transferable units and are in good standing at the last college or university attended.
  • 60 transferable semester units or more by the time you intend to enroll at SSU.
  • 30 units of General Education course work with a grade of "C" (or "CR") or better, and you must have completed the following:
    • A1: Oral Communication (Speech)
    • A2: Written Communication (English Composition)
    • A3: Critical Thinking
    • B4: General Education Math

Lower Division Transfer Requirements

    To transfer as a freshman (with a few college units) or a sophomore (fewer than 60 transferable semester units) you must first meet out-of-state first-time freshman admissions requirements www.sonoma.edu/admissions/outofstate/requirements and have a cumulative GPA of 2.40 or higher in all transferable coursework.
  • Lower division transfer students will be considered for admission on a space available basis. Impacted majors may require supplemental admission criteria, such as a higher GPA, supplemental admission questionnaire, specific courses, etc.
  • Out-of-state students must meet the eligibility index for California nonresidents (2.40).
  • Impacted majors may require supplemental admission criteria. For current information visit www.sonoma.edu/admissions/ts/highdemandf13.html

Fee Information

Non-California residents are required to pay non-resident tuition fees ($372 per unit) in addition to regular student charges/fees applied to all students. Out-of-state students are eligible for an installment payment plan. There is a 15% service fee on the plan. Visit www.sonoma.edu/registration/fees for detailed fee and budgetary workups.